Not that it will bother anyone who wasn’t bothered by it before, but another of John Podesta’s hacked emails posted by WikiLeaks shows Donna Brazile passing along to Jennifer Palmieri and the rest of Camp Clinton a couple more questions that ended up being asked during the Democrat town hall hosted by CNN and TV One.


In case that text above is difficult to read, here’s the text copied and pasted from a March 12 email posted by WikiLeaks:

Secretary Clinton, yesterday in St. Louis, you spoke at carpenters and others “who built this nation.” Both you and Senator Sanders depend on big union support. President Obama pushed for a massive infrastructure bill that would mean millions of jobs for in this area. Yet many of these trade unions have locked out Blacks and other minorities for years. Will you call a meeting with them before November, and if you win, when you are president, to demand that the trade unions stop freezing Blacks and others from these good paying jobs?

And here is the question as it appears on CNN’s rush transcript of the town hall, which was held on March 13:

MARTIN: Secretary Clinton, yesterday you were in St. Louis, and you talked about carpenters and the rebuilding of the country, the folks who built this nation.


MARTIN: And, both you and Senator Sanders have significant union support, yet many of the trade unions that – we walk about built the country, they’ve locked out black folks and other minorities for decades. Would you, even right now, and even as president, call a meeting with the trade unions and say it’s time for you to open up those doors and bring in more African-Americans and Hispanics, and others be because those are high-paying jobs. And, if we keep saying rebuild America with a huge infrastructure and billions of dollars, they’re the ones who are going to do it. And, black folks and others are going to be left on the outside looking in.

Strange, isn’t it? Hillary said she was going to carry on the work President Obama started, which shouldn’t be tough, seeing as all the background players are firmly in place, ready to “help” however they can.