That generally is all you need to know about Debbie Wasserman Schultz. She’s some piece of work (not the good kind) and she was at it again recently. Brit Hume pointed it out with this retweet:
What did she do? This:
Has there ever been as hamhanded a Democratic National Chairman as Debbie Wasserman Schultz? Her latest stunt is to demand that Marco Rubio cancel a fundraiser at the home of Harlan Crow because the host’s collection of historic artifacts includes Nazi art objects.
I know Harlan Crow, who is on the board of trustees of the American Enterprise Institute where I am a resident fellow, and I have been in his house. He is well known for his collection of historic artifacts. In his garden he has placed statues of totalitarian leaders which he has purchased after the fall of totalitarian regimes. That doesn’t mean, Madame Chairman, that he endorses those regimes; it means he celebrates their downfall. To suggest that he is a Nazi sympathizer is a vile smear.
There is no cheap shot or smear too cheap or low for Debbie Wasserman Schultz, evidently. But, some people had one little nit to pick: You see, all that was needed to sum up Wasserman Schultz’s latest shameful move was one little 4-letter word:
@MichaelBarone you could have put a period after the word "vile"
— M F Hussey CFA CMT (@husseymfhussey) September 24, 2015
— Jim Cooper (@JimCoopr) September 24, 2015
And an excellent exit point:
— WolfHossa (@rtylin) September 24, 2015
So, there’s that, Debbie! Kudos.