Donna Brazile Just Made An Accusation Against Obama That’s WAY Worse Than Hillary’s DNC Rigging

The former chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, Donna Brazile came forward with a huge bombshell about Hillary Clinton.

In her new book, she revealed that Hillary rigged the Democratic party nomination for the presidential election.

Recently, she shared another indictment, but this time against Former President Barack Obama.

The Daily Caller took a part of her new book titled “Hacks: The Inside Story of the Break-ins and Breakdowns That Put Donald Trump in the White House,” and published it: “We had three democratic parties: the party of Barack Obama, the party of Hillary Clinton, and this weak little vestige of a party led by [Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman schultz] that was doing a very poor job getting people who were not president elected.”

Furthermore, Brazile claimed that Barack Obama’s association destroyed the Democrat party, which caused the rigging process.

Also, Brazile explained that Obama “used the party to provide for political expenses like gifts to donors, and political travel.” During that time, Obama “never [saw] himself as connected to the party.” He claimed a huge amount of money for his campaign, which he never returned to the DNC leaving the party in huge debt.

Brazile explained: “This was not working to strengthen the party. He left it in debt.”

According to Liberty Writers, this debt encouraged the whole party to turn to the Clinton family, mainly because they could receive cash. This opened the possibility for Clinton to gain control over the party, which gave her the opportunity to rig the race against Bernie Sanders.

How did she dare to attack President Donald Trump for connecting with Russia in order to win the election, when she rigged the Democratic party nomination. Maybe she tried to make herself feel better.

At least one thing is certain, Obama left the party damaged because he focused on bad policies that only raised a huge debt.

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