Here are the Most Important Reasons the DNC Doesn’t Want You to Read their Emails!

The great folks at US Uncut have done the hard work of wading through many of the recently revealed, leaked DNC emails to find 9 of the most important things the DNC doesn’t want you to read. Here are a few that we thought you really needed to see.

  • The DNC worked hard to minimize the very real concern that the Clintons have engaged in money laundering.DNC officials worked closely with the Hillary Clinton campaign to respond to Sanders’ money laundering allegations

    After the bombshell story of the Hillary Victory Fund broke, in which the Clinton campaign was accused of funneling 99 percent of the money meant for down-ballot Democratic candidates back to her own campaign, the DNC helped the Clinton campaign do damage control in the media.

    Paustenbach forwarded an email from Politico’s Ken Vogel on April 29 to Miranda and DNC CEO Amy Dacey asking detailed questions about the Hillary Victory fund. He then wrote that he had spoken with the Clinton campaign, who suggested a series of talking points to be used.

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    However, the collusion went deeper, with Luis Miranda shown in various emails drafting talking points to be used by the Clinton campaign in response to the Hillary Victory Fund’s money laundering allegations. In the thread dated May 4, Clinton campaign spokesman is seen badgering Miranda asking for the draft for a Medium post defending the Clinton campaign’s questionable fundraising strategies.

  • The DNC and the media have been working hand in hand to deliver the Democrat Party a victory in November. From Politico sending their stories to the DNC first, to filtering out unfriendly media access, to this little anecdote about how the DNC applied pressure to NBC and MSNBC when they didn’t like what the network was saying about Democrats.Wasserman Schultz demanded an apology from MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski for suggesting she resign

    On May 18, after an MSNBC Morning Joe segment aired featuring Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski suggesting Wasserman Schultz “rigged” the primary for Hillary Clinton’s benefit, Wasserman Schultz wrote a furious email to Luis Miranda asking him to contact the president of MSNBC and demand an apology from Brzezinski.

    “This is the LAST straw,” Wasserman Schultz wrote. “Please call Phil[…] Griffin. This is outrageous. She needs to apologize.”

    Two hours later, Wasserman Schultz wrote an email to NBC News political director and Meet the Press host Chuck Todd with the subject line “Chuck, this must stop.” Miranda responded to Wasserman Schultz’s earlier email saying, “Since you already went to Chuck I’ll wait for his response.”

    Later that evening, Miranda sent an email to Chuck Todd with a list of talking points about how Wasserman Schultz has remained a neutral arbiter of the primaries, and asked him to send the talking points to Scarborough and Brzezinski. Both seemed to agree that arranging a call between Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Mika Brzezinski was a bad idea.


This is just a couple of important revelations from the leaked emails go see the rest of US Uncut’s list and then go read even more of them here and here.

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