Thursday, September 4, 2014

Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Scott Walker - Abusing Women (Video)

DEMOCRAT Debbie Wasserman Schultz was in Milwaukee yesterday, disgracing herself and her political party.

From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, via FOX News:

Democratic National Committee chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz ripped into Republican Gov. Scott Walker's record Wednesday during a round-table discussion on women's issues at the Milwaukee Athletic Club.

The Florida congresswoman said: "Scott Walker has given women the back of his hand. I know that is stark. I know that is direct. I know that is reality."

Wasserman Schultz added: "What Republican tea party extremists like Scott Walker are doing is they are grabbing us by the hair and pulling us back. It is not going to happen on our watch."
Appropriately, Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch expressed her disgust at Wasserman Schultz.
Republican Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch said she was "shocked" that Wasserman Schultz used domestic violence language to discuss political disagreements.

"I think the remarks were absolutely hideous and the motive behind them was despicable," Kleefisch said.

Kleefisch called on Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke to "denounce these outrageous statements" made by the DNC leader.

Stephanie Wilson, Burke's press secretary, suggested in a statement that Wasserman Schultz's comments went too far.

"That's not the type of language that Mary Burke would use, or has used, to point out the clear differences in this contest," Wilson said.

Wilson added, "There is plenty that she and Governor Walker disagree on — but those disagreements can and should be pointed out respectfully."
This is absolutely disgusting, and totally expected from the likes of Wasserman Schultz.

This is how the Democrats roll now.

Mary Burke should contact local TV stations and voice her personal dismay regarding the remarks of Wasserman Schultz. She should state unequivocally that she denounces Wasserman Schultz.

Using the imagery of domestic violence to describe Gov. Scott Walker is completely out of line. Wasserman Schultz managed to hurt the victims of abuse while making a fool of herself.

This sort of rhetoric is inexcusable.

Burke should grow a spine and speak out against this sort of despicable behavior.

"Scott Walker has given women the back of his hand.... What Republican tea party extremists like Scott Walker are doing is they are grabbing us by the hair and pulling us back."

Oh, my God!


Wasserman Schultz seems to be channeling Graeme Zielinski - spewing really, really ugly stuff.

Wisconsinites should resoundingly reject Mary Burke and the Democrats on November 4th.


Here's video, from FOX6 News, of Wasserman Schultz delivering her vile remarks:

At least FOX6 dubbed the statement "controversial."

TMJ4 used this pathetic graphic for Tom Murray's report on its 10:00PM newscast:

"Controversial Comments?"

Question mark?

Good grief.

The comments are definitely controversial. That question mark is a joke, like TMJ4.

TMJ4 decided to highlight Gwen Moore and her belief that what Wasserman Schultz said was courageous.


The Walker campaign responded appropriately.
Democratic Party Leader Debbie Wasserman Schultz reached a new low with her inflammatory attacks against Governor Scott Walker today. This cheap political stunt crossed the line of decency. Tell Debbie Wasserman Schultz to stop the LIES and help us fight back by contributing today.

Tell Debbie Wasserman Schultz to stop the LIES and help us fight back by contributing today.
Good move.


Phoenix7 said...

Did you see the JS's pathetic, very short editorial today that she crossed the line?

It contains gems like this:

"Partisan attacks by firebrands such as Debbie Wasserman Schultz may fire up the base of political parties..."

She's a firebrand--imagine what they would say if a Republican had said this about a Democrat?

And this: "For years, Wasserman Schultz has been known for her fiery language and passion. There's nothing wrong with passion."

Does anyone associate DWS with "fiery language and passion?" She makes Forrest Gump look like a master orator.

The hypocrisy is staggering. A Republican would be harassed until he resigned from office. But DWS? Oh, she's a spitfire, that one!

Mary said...

I didn't see the JS editorial.

Oh, what drivel!

That sort of ridiculousness is why I cancelled my subscription to the Journal Sentinel years ago.

DEMOCRAT Wasserman Schultz a "spitfire" -- Give me a break!

I certainly don't consider her vile comments to be a display of "passion."

Her rhetoric was inexcusable. Period.