IN THE MIDST OF YET ANOTHER SCANDAL, CROOKED DEBBIE WASSERMAN SCHULTZ IS TRYING A NEW TACTIC: PLAYING DUMB.
ASKED ABOUT HER USE OF FOREIGNERS TO BE HER I.T. PERSONS ("I NEVER PROMISED TO HIRE AMERICANS!" DEBBIE PREVIOUSLY INSISTED), ASKED ABOUT THE OFFSHORE SERVER THAT MAY HAVE COMPROMISED NATIONAL SECURITY, ASKED ABOUT THE CHARGES OF FRAUD THAT LED TO HER I.T. GUY BEING ARRESTED THIS WEEK AS HE TRIED TO FLEE THE COUNTRY, DEBBIE DEBUTED HER NEW CHARACTER DUMB DEBBIE AND TRIED TO PORTRAY THE WHOLE THING AS A MEDIA RUN WILD.
"THEY ARE OUT OF CONTROL. AND NOT JUST WITH ME," DUMB DEBBIE INSISTED. "I MEAN DID YOU SEE THE THING AT PBS? 'Here’s where Reince Priebus falls on the list of shortest-serving chiefs of staff'? THE POOR MAN HAS LOST HIS JOB! AND NOW PBS IS MAKING FUN OF HIS HEIGHT! IN FLORIDA, WE CALL THEM 'LITTLE PEOPLE.' THE MEDIA HAS NO SHAME!"
Let's stay with stupidity:
Openly gay Iraq War veteran on transgender military ban: “I thought we were done with this” cnn.it/2uCb4tJ
Gay men and lesbians are not transgendered.
CNN can't find a transgendered person to speak with?
It's like bringing on an Anglo White person to discuss what it's like to be African-American.
Rob Smith is not qualified to speak and needs to sit his tired ass down.
It's like when the Native Americans told Jane Fonda they could speak for themselves and didn't need a savior to speak for them.
Rob Smith needs to sit his tired ass down and CNN needs to grasp that if you are covering transgender issues, you bring on guests who are transgender.
He is not an expert on being transgender.
Shame on CNN for refusing to invite a transgendered guest to the table and shame on Rob Smith who thinks he can speak on any topic.
There are many who could speak including Chelsea Manning.
so, biggest baddest most $$ military on earth cries about a few trans people but funds the F-35? sounds like cowardice #WeGotThis
Shame on anyone taking a seat at the table on this issue from a transgendered person. It's a bit like the way Gloria Steinem derailed feminism by refusing to step aside (she had no qualms about knocking Betty Friedan out of the way, did she?).
Even in the so-called age of diversity, seats at the table are hard to come by. If you're taking up someone else's seat, you need to step back.
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