The New DNC Leader has Problems W/ Email, Ethics, Racism and Perjury

Well the results are in, and the DNC has chosen its new leader.  In the proxy battle between the Sander-nistas and the Clinton-ites, Tom Perez the choice of the Clinton-ites won the race for to be the next Chairman of The Democratic National Committee with 235 votes only 17 more than the necessary 218 majority.

The Sander-nistas choice was the anti-Semitic, anti-Israel Congressman Keith Ellison, who has strong ties to Muslim Brotherhood affiliated organizations, had the endorsement of Bernie Sanders, Harry Reid and Elizabeth Warren, and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer among others. Schumer’s endorsement was very strange. The NY Senator had the guts to stand up to his party’s president Barack Obama’s anti-Israel hatred, but somehow lost his cojones when it was time to stand up to the anti-Israel, anti-Semitic, terrorist appeasing extreme-liberal wing of the Democratic Party who pushed Ellison.

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Anyone who believes the Democrats dodged a bullet by choosing Perez over Ellison is wrong.  Perez was not only the choice of the Clinton wing of the party, but he has many of he same issues as Hillary Clinton, including  email, ethics, telling the truth, and a belief that only Caucasians can commit race crimes.

This past December The Hill  exposed that as reported that Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights  Perez used a private email account violating the Federal Records Act, and then tried to cover it up.

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“The House Oversight and Judiciary Committees, along with the minority staff on the Senate Judiciary Committee, launched an investigation. They found Mr. Perez had tried to cover up the quid pro quo and ‘likely violated both the spirit and letter of the Federal Records Act’ by using his personal email accounts to conduct official government business. The House subpoenaed his emails.”

All told Perez violated the Federal Records Act 34 times while working for the Department of Justice:

“What’s more, in a letter sent to Mr. Issa Wednesday, Peter J. Kadzik, Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Legislative Affairs at Justice, responded to the subpoena and admitted Mr. Perez violated the Federal Records Act (which requires that federal business is archived) at least 34 times. The letter also suggested Mr. Perez used his personal email account almost 1,200 times for official government business.

Perez even had a Clintonesque excuse when questioned by Congress about his unlawful email practices. Perez claimed that he did not have “any recollection” of sending 1200 emails from his personal account:

 “In a March 22 interview with congressional investigators, Perez was asked whether he had ever conducted official business from his personal email account. Perez said: ‘I don’t have any recollection of having communicated via personal email on this matter.’”

Even when Congressman Elijah Cummings (D-MD) requested Perez turn over the work emails sent from his personal account, Perez stonewalled Congress…


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