Debbie Wasserman Schultz Shills for Mexico as Captive Marine Suffers

DebbieOn March 31, 2014, Marine Sergeant Andrew Tahmooressi accidentally made a wrong turn from the United States into Mexico. He has been held in prison there ever since. Tahmooressi had been heading to San Diego, California to seek treatment for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD which resulted from his time spent in combat overseas in Afghanistan. He had with him all of his belongings, including three firearms, which triggered the response from Mexican authorities.

Tahmooressi is a recent resident of the South Florida city of Weston; his mother, Jill, still resides there. The congressional representative for Weston is Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Wasserman Schultz is also the chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC). Since Tahmooressi’s arrest, Wasserman Schultz has played a dual game of assisting Tahmooressi, while providing cover for the Mexican government and his captors.

Reports have stated that Wasserman Schultz has been in contact with both the State Department and Vice President Joe Biden regarding the Tahmooressi case. For the head of the Democratic Party and someone who is a phone call away from the President himself, this would seem to be the bare minimum, and it has resulted in no action as Sgt. Tahmooressi continues to languish behind bars in a foreign nation.

On May 28th, Wasserman Schultz took the time to speak with the comedy radio duo, Paul and Young Ron, on Miami, Florida’s Big 105.9. There, she made a few statements that, instead of helping Tahmooressi, made her out to be a shill for the Mexican government and those who have recklessly held him in Mexico for what is now nearly three months.

“The Mexican government has not done anything wrong here, so let’s be clear,” she insistently told the show’s hosts. She then began to speak about how Mexico has laws, which according to Wasserman Schultz, it “appears” he had violated.

Wasserman Schultz has stated that her office is “working diligently with the Mexican Embassy.” She said that she had spoken with the Mexican Ambassador, “who assured me that this is being worked on diligently and that they will do everything they can to expedite the situation.”

When asked if they were treating him well, she replied, “As far as I know, yes they are.”

On May 29th, just one day after the Wasserman Schultz interview, Tahmooressi appeared via phone on Fox News’ On the Record with Greta Van Susteren show. On it, he spoke of the nightmare he went through in Mexico.

He said that his fellow inmates threatened to rape and kill him. He said he was chained to a bed on three separate occasions, including chained standing up, as a form of “punishment.” He told Van Susteren he was punched in the stomach “to the point that I couldn’t breathe.” He said he was struck in his jaw by prison guards so many times his jaw moved out of place.

Wasserman Schultz’s statement that Andrew Tahmooressi was being treated well was either based on complete ignorance of his situation or a way to shield the Mexican government from harm. Considering that she made it a point to say that the Mexican government did nothing wrong – that they should be exempt from criticism – makes one come to the conclusion that it is the latter.

On May 31st, President Barack Obama traded five Taliban commanders for Bowe Bergdahl, an Army troop who had been held captive by the Taliban since June 2009. It was a highly controversial move not only for the violence associated with the terrorist commanders, but for the fact that Bergdahl has been considered by many to be a troop deserter who walked away from his camp.

Sgt. Tahmooressi, on the other hand, has been lauded as a hero for saving at least eight of his fellow troops’ lives in Afghanistan. So while President Obama traded five Taliban leaders for a possible troop deserter, the hero Tahmooressi has been made to suffer behind bars in Mexico with his family’s own government representative doing the least possible to see to his freedom.

Tahmooressi’s mother, Jill, said that never in all his time during four years as a Marine and two tours in Afghanistan was her son treated so badly as he has been in Mexico. But that may only be her opinion, as people like Debbie Wasserman Schultz believe he’s been treated just fine and Mexico did nothing wrong.

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  • tickletik

    and on it goes…

  • tickletik

    This article is a start, but we need to promote this article and encourage as many people as possible to speak about this. Soemone like D. Wasserman responds very well to criticism and “out-grouping” .

  • Anamah

    Here is Debbie Wasserman Schultz as typical filthy immoral Democrat unable to show any level of decency, always accomplice of covering the horrific corruption of her party and insensitive of any sense of justice or honor toward society.
    This woman is just unable of any gratitude toward Andrew Tahmooressi who suffering PTSD in combat and was looking to be treated after serving honorably in Afghanistan.
    She only serve leftist intrigues.

  • Lanna

    As usual, the Left’s priorities are upside down, they do not represent honesty or loyalty, especially to our military.

    • JackSpratt

      They expend a fair amount of time and energy disqualifying military ballots at election time. And they expend a lot of time and energy undermining the troops for political advantage.

    • Americana

      http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/drug-cartels-mexico-hire-u-s-soldiers-assassins-article-1.1454851

      There is likely some question in the Mexican government’s mind that Tahmooressi might have cartel connections. There are a fair number of American soldiers who’ve been hired for assassination work and contract killings. Unluckily for Tahmooressi, he chose the wrong time to be a solder mistakenly entering Mexico. I’m not sure what the hold up could be, but I’ve got to speculate they’re processing crime scene forensics hoping for a hit on his prints or whatever. Were the guns recently fired and so it triggered the Mexican border police to be suspicious? Let’s hope his ordeal ends soon and that he’s none the worse for the trauma…

  • Impasto

    A democrat in Florida, is a tea partier up north.
    Incompetence, is the one thing that is equally divided among politicians.
    Wasserman Schultz, is and always has been an ambitious climber. She has climbed the bones of many victims, to rise to where she is right now, which isn’t saying much.
    We already know how she feels about veterans, when she voted against their receiving medical marijuana for PTSD.
    I was a democrat for 34 years, now just an independent, waiting for somebody to appear with a backbone. I think I’ll have a very long wait.

    • JackSpratt

      You sound like a pothead.

  • Mik Pazula

    no one has yet mentioned the irony that ONE US citizen has been imprisoned without trial for illegally crossing the border while millions of illegals from Latin America who have crossed the border illegally are considered “undocumented” hold down jobs, have their kids in public schools and are virtually indistinguishable from those who have arrived legally

    • truthtroll

      did those “millions of illegals” arrive with loaded weapons stashed in vehicles and their personal items? were they simply given a “pass” by local law enforcement? Nice try.

      • Drakken

        Oh so your one of those wetbacks that give illegals a pass.

      • Mik Pazula

        of course you misunderstood my comment. Two non-US born people sitting at a lunch counter in Alhambra, CA. One crossed the border with a visa, the other did not. No way to physically distinguish between them. And yes there are millions, the news reports always say 11 million, of people in the US who flaunted the immigration laws.

      • JackSpratt

        LOL…there always has to be someone to make a stupid, disjointed, comment, made worse by poor orthography.

      • Bob

        Some of them did arrive with loaded weapons.

        • J.B.

          Illegal weapons at that. And drugs. And endangered children.

    • JackSpratt

      And have certain people advocating voting rights for them.

    • Bill Griggs

      Well, he’s not being held without trial for illegally crossing the border. He’s being held pending trial for possessing illegal firearms and ammunition. That’s a little different. And the fact is, by the way, that it is a serious felony for people who aren’t legal permanent residents or citizens to posses any sort of firearms in the U.S. without special permission. We have charged many Mexicans and in fact have sent them to prison on firearms charges, just for possessing them. And this guy has added more charges by trying to escape, which would of course be a felony in the US.

      I hope they drop these charges and let this guy go, but I’ve handled well over 2,000 criminal cases as an attorney in the US and it doesn’t seem to me like this guy is being treated a whole lot differently than people charged with crimes here. In fact, all of the political wrangling and popular support for him in this country will likely result in him getting special treatment in the end. I don’t think he’d be getting any of this if he wasn’t a Marine and a war veteran. If he was just some jerk nobody liked he wouldn’t have all this support and would likely get really hammered in the courts down there. Prosecutors everywhere tend to think everybody is guilty as sin and they tend to look at police reports as something like the divine word of God, and the reports on this guy say he lied about having gone there before and didn’t tell them he was lost and had accidentally crossed the border. We have to deal with this kind of mess all the time in cases in this country too. I hope charges are dropped and this guy walks here pretty soon, but I cannot get all that outraged about this case like everybody here seems to be because I see the same type of crap happening here all the time.

      • J.B.

        Two wrongs don’t make a right. Besides, who gives a flying f— about Mexico or its laws? And for every Mexican criminal arrested in America, there are what? A million walking around free? America shouldn’t be playing games with a third rate scumhole like Mexico. If Obama were any kind of President Tamoohressi would’ve been back months ago.

        • Bill Griggs

          That’s nonsense. Mexico is a sovereign nation. Obama can’t just get on the phone and order them to release someone accused of crimes there. Our government is talking to them and no doubt applying lots of pressure, but there is only so much they can do. This guy will have his day in court, hopefully soon. He’d have already been to court if he didn’t keep firing his lawyers. Criminal cases take time, usually several months in the US and sometimes a lot longer. Three months is not a long time in the system here and probably not in Mexico either. Tamoohressi has not helped himself out at all, with the things he’s said, trying to escape and putting off his court. He will likely walk though, and that will be mostly because of political pressure.

          • Jack Dillon

            barry “I’ve got a pen and I’ve got a phone” obummer seems to be able to get on a phone in Amerika and bypass congress when ever he wants. Mexican authorities are the kind you can buy.

          • Jack Dillon

            The Mexican authorities have no evidence against Tahmooressi, tying him or his weapons to any crime.
            He made a bad turn, and in a window of time, fell victim to an unfortunate set of circumstances.
            These unfortunate things happen in America also.
            The question here is whether there is a political agenda behind Tahmooressi’s detention.

          • Bill Griggs

            No evidence tying him or his weapons to any crime? He crossed the border with three weapons, at least two of which are illegal for anyone in Mexico to possess except military personnel. He drove through the “nothing to declare” lane. They stopped him and only then did he admit to having the weapons. It is a serious crime to bring a single bullet into Mexico, let alone these three loaded weapons and 456 rounds.

            It is also, by the way, a serious felony for people who are not citizens of this country and not here on immigrant visas to have any firearms unless they have special permission, and people are charged under these statutes all the time and many have gone to prison for it. I remember reading a case from 2008 I think of a Morrocan guy here on student visa who was charged and convicted and sent to prison because they had a picture of him holding a rifle at a firing range with a big grin on his face. There was no evidence of any other criminal conduct.

            Anyway what happened at the border in Tahmorressi’s case is disputed. He apparently told them some lies about whether he’d been to Mexico before and so on. Mexican prosecutors say they have proof that he had been in Tijuana on the morning of his arrest and had rented a room for the night there in Tijuana. That’s not good for Tahmooressi, at all. That does tend to make it harder to believe that he just accidentally crossed the border, that he wasn’t on his way back into Mexico to stay in the room he had rented. I suppose he could argue he rented the room just to use it to meet with a woman or something and was already don’e with it. I don’t know how they’ll handle that, but I’m seeing a lot of things in this case that aren’t so good for Mr. Tahmooressi and personally I’m not all that surprised that he’s being prosecuted and charges haven’t been dropped yet.

            Jack, I’m a criminal defense attorney. I’ve handled well over 2,000 criminal cases. I know how prosecutors are and I know how criminal cases work and I know “bad facts” when I see them. If they really have that evidence, that’s not good for Mr. Tahmooressi and his lawyer is going to have to figure out to get around all the “bad facts” in this case. When you have bad facts, one thing you need to think about doing is arguing the law, which is exactly what Tahmooressi’s lawyer is doing. He’s trying to “get him off on a technicality.” Tahmooressi also tried to escape, and my guess is that’s a felony in Mexico just like here. I don’t know if they’ve foiled charges on that yet, but it looks like Tahmorressi’s lawyer has his work cut out for him. He seems like a sharp guy though and I hope he does a good job.

            I have nothing against Tahmooressi. I hope he gets to come home soon. What bugs me about this case is the way people are being manipulated into making it much more than it really is, which is a pretty run of the mill criminal case. This is being done for political gain and to keep people watching certain news stations and reading certain websites and so on to keep ratings up. The people doing the manipulating know the score in this case, they know there is nothing Obama can do but love any opportunity to attack the guy. I never voted for him, don’t like him, but see the media coverage and political attacks in this case as just sleazy as can be, and it never seizes to amaze me to see how easily manipulated people can be, how stupid they can be. And as crazy as people are getting about this case, I’m just waiting for bodies of brown people who happen to look Mexican showing up because we have a lot of people ready to go to war on this, take matters into their own hands and engage in all sorts of vigilante justice.

            I just wish people would calm down and let the court process finish up. I think this judge will likely bend over backwards to give Tahmooressi a fair trial given all the media attention and pressure he’s getting from people and both of our governments. Hopefully he gets off or they work something out where he can get a “time served” sentence and come home soon. If not, that’s when the real political pressure starts because the executive branch does have authority to grant clemency and pardons.

            Right now all they’d be doing is interfering with the judicial process. We charge an awful lot of their people and send a lot to prison, and they don’t interfere with that. They let our judicial process work in criminal cases. We expect them to respect our sovereignty and our judicial system. They have a right to expect the same from us. They work with us on extraditions and our law enforcement agencies cooperate some and it really wouldn’t be right for our government to demand that they release this guy that they’ve charged with a crime when they do have at least some evidence of his guilt and are giving him due process of law and allowing him to fight these charges.

            Why is his case so much different than any other? It’s not, really.

          • Jack Dillon

            “Mexican prosecutors say they have proof that he had been in Tijuana on the morning of his arrest and
            had rented a room for the night there in Tijuana. … Tahmooressi also tried to escape, and my guess is
            that’s a felony in Mexico just like here”.

            The Mexican prosecutors may be telling the truth, on the other hand, those could be trumped up charges.
            I don’t really know. But, I don’t think you do either.

            “And as crazy as people are getting about this case, I’m just waiting for bodies of brown people who happen
            to look Mexican showing up because we have a lot of people ready to go to war on this, take matters into
            their own hands and engage in all sorts of vigilante justice”.

            I doubt if this case spawns that; thousands of illegals being distributed around the country might in
            the long run.

            “Why is his case so much different than any other? It’s not, really”.

            If Tahmooressi’s claims are true, he is the very, unfortunate victim of a set of circumstances that
            developed quickly and enveloped him into his current situation. We are all aware of people serving time
            undeservedly so.

          • http://batman-news.com Valigator

            Do you actually believe the crap you want to pass off on others? seriously..

          • Bill Griggs

            I don’t know everything, Val, but I have handled well over 2,000 criminal cases as an attorney and do know a little about how criminal cases work. I’ve never handled one in Mexico but have handled many involving foreign nationals. I know how courts work and what powers the executive branch has in countries like the US and Mexico where we have independent judicial branches. I know that Tahmooressi’s lawyer says that no phone call from anyone, not a mayor or a president, is going to change things in this case. Because, as he said, an executive cannot order a judge to drop this case. I know that if the prosecutors in this case really do have evidence that Tahmooressi was in Mexico earlier on the day that he was arrested and really rented a room in Tijuana for the night that that evidence makes his claim that he just accidentally crossed the border and wasn’t going in to stay in the room he’d already much harder to believe.

            It’s not like they have absolutely no evidence and are holding this man for no reason at all but to be mean. I’m not surprised that this case is being prosecuted and that the judge has not dropped the charges yet. I think we need to let the court case finish up and hope for the best. If he gets convicted and is given a long sentence, then our executive branch can talk to their executive branch about clemency and pardons, which is something they do actually have control over.

            I hope this young man gets to come home soon. He’s going to be okay. People are donating all kinds of money into funds for him now and when he gets out he’s going to clean up on paid interviews and that sort of thing. I seriously doubt he’s locked up much longer, even if he’s convicted. He has a good lawyer making some good arguments that might very well result in him getting off on a technicality. The judge seems to be bending over backwards to give him due process. That seven hour evidentiary hearing they had just recently, in a typical case it would likely have lasted a few minutes. Everything is going to be okay.

          • http://batman-news.com Valigator

            Lets remind MEXICO how sovereign they are shall we? Put a travel warning out to all U.S citizens going to Mexico, boycott Mexican goods and services (down to your yard man) Demand Cruise ships alleviate any port of call in Mexico..see how fast this 5th world degenerate country will release OUR MARINE

          • Bill Griggs

            I am my yard man. If I boycott me my neighbors would be none too happy, but it’s worth a thought. Boycotting Mexico is not going to make this one judge who has sole authority over this case do anything. In my experience judges are pretty darned stubborn creatures who don’t take kindly to others trying to dictate how they run their courtrooms. Pushing things too far could even have the opposite of the desired effect.

  • SoCalMike

    Wasserman Schultz is a vicious career parasite and a sell out.
    She loathes the middle class so there is no way she will do anything to really help.
    The soldier’s mother should take brass knuckles to her face.
    It would be an esthetic improvement.

    • Drakken

      Mike, never ever mistake a Marine, for a soldier.

      • Bob

        Very true, but they do it all the time.

    • http://batman-news.com Valigator

      From YOUR mouth to God’s ears..

  • Hard Little Machine

    I no longer live in a country I recognize as my own.

  • Pete

    When asked if they were treating him well, she replied, “As far as I know, yes they are. …

    “He said that his fellow inmates threatened to rape and kill him.”

    Maybe I can clear this small misunderstanding up. Since Tahmooressi is male and not female it would not be “rape rape” in Leftist parlance.

  • Pete

    Congressional Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D) has a made enough statements on this incident that she can be fixed in place. Her career should be over, but it won’t be. Her district will vote 75 to 80% Democrat.

  • Pepe Turcon

    I Can’t Call Debbie a ‘F***ing Useless C**t’…or?

    • carpe diem 36

      why not??

  • Cappy1437

    When Wasserman Schultz used the phrase, “so let’s be clear….” prepare to be lied to. It’s a typical Obama phrase that is sickening to hear. Also, what is her definition of “expedite?” She needs to be ousted. Is Florida so dumbed down they would keep someone like her in office? Florida can do better than that.

    • Jan

      We in Florida are doing everything we can to get her out. Joe Kaufman will be running against her and we believe he can win. He is a constitutional conservative. We need everyone to support him both financially and by getting his name out across the nation. As you know the dems have more funds than we do and they will try anything to keep her in Congress. His website is joekaufmanforcongress.com and he needs your help.

  • carpe diem 36

    i am not surprised, she is a Democrat after all. this is who they are, these is what they do. and we watch and are totally disgusted and cannot do a thing about it.

  • trapper

    This woman is a disgrace to Congress and the United States

  • Timothy

    The author as well as many in the MSM are duped by this man’s stupidity and self induced plight. He was well aware of the ramifications of bringing his guns into Mexico. He deserves to go through the Mexican legal system and pay for his stupidity. Plus, he’s another FORMER MARINE. He is not active duty. So he’s another United States Citizen who violated federal Mexican laws. Ooops, I brought my arsenal into a foreign country?? Plus word is out he was staying at the Hotel Nelson in Tijuana. That hotel and that area is in the Zona Rosa or “tolerance zone” where prostitutes, drug dealers, human traffickers, and incredibly dangerous dirty municipal cops prowl the streets. Not a place a honorable “former Marine” would inadvertently hang out.

    • Drakken

      He is a active duty Marine on a medical dumbazz, maybe we should throw you over the border and let the wetbacks have you. It would certainly be an improvement.

    • nomoretraitors

      But I guess you LOVE Bagram Bowe Berdahl, dontcha?

      • JackSpratt

        He’s a leftist’s kind of soldier.

    • J.B.

      A lefty who respects corrupt foreign trash and their laws more than he respects America and an active duty Marine – who is also a vet. How unusual. No doubt you’re a staunch supporter of American immigration laws.

    • http://batman-news.com Valigator

      occationally I would love to have the ability to reach thru my monitor and pull someone’s throat out like Yours..

  • Lost_Lenore

    Note that Mexico has strict gun control laws such that an American entering by mistake with guns can be jailed while criminal organizations can use guns to murder and terrorize almost with impunity.

    Note also: apprently the leftists love the rule of law when it’s not our law!

  • Lost_Lenore

    One more note: those few people who understand Latino culture know that from their point of view, “what’s mine is mine and whatever I can take is mine, even if it’s yours.” Those who don’t know this about Latino culture are ignorant and need to get an education.

    • JackSpratt

      That aligns perfectly with democrap cuture.

  • Bob

    Wasserman Schultz is and always has been an idiot/moron.

  • Bob

    neither the President or Wasserman Schultz are doing anything to help Marine Sergeant Andrew Tahmooressi get home. Makes me wonder if he might be a republician.

    • JackSpratt

      From military voting history we know there is a 60-80% chance that he is.

  • Impasto

    As a Liberal, I sure know how to pick these comment sites. Does being a conservative preclude you from having any thoughts, that have not been laid out for you, by any number of AM radio scum?
    “I don’t recognize this country?” Liberal this, and liberal that. Same ole recording.

    As far as undermining the troops, What do you call, sending our military to a trumped-up war, telling them it will all be over in no time. We will be greeted as liberators. How many of the over 5000 dead soldiers felt like They were lied to?

    To JackSpratt, Just because I commented on her refusal to vote for medical marijuana, for PTSD, this makes me a pot head?

    • Drakken

      Next time you have a thought libtard, just let it go.

      • Impasto

        The thought police, at it again. Clever remark. What is that, Limbaugh 94?

        • JackSpratt

          Let’s see ifteh censors at FPM will let this post go through.
          How come you commies hate great Americans like Mr Limbaugh, Mark Levine, Ronald Reagan, George Washington and the Koch Brothers so much? Oh that’s right you hate America, so it all makes sense.
          And yes it’s fair to assume you’re a pothead.

        • J.B.

          If you pick your nose, your empty head will collapse. Are you a dishwasher or fruit picker?

    • JackSpratt

      Here we go again, with comments going down the black hole of FPM.

    • JackSpratt

      Well, that one worked so let’s try another one. FPM’s censor crew must be on break.
      As a liberal you are a sponge for propaganda and a propagandist at the same time. Unless you are dumb as a wall you know there was no ‘trumped-up’ war. Your liberal (actually leftist) brethren were lamenting Saddam’s WMD’s all through the 90′s and clamoring for Regime change in Iraq. In fact Klinton (of appeasement fame) signed the order for Regime change in Oct of 1998.
      Yes I watched as the democommies did everything possible to undermine the troops fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan. Feverishly counting troop deaths, hoping the toll would reach 1000 before the 2004 election. Then upon losing, going back to the same scurrilous work to the 2006 election. The Islamofascist terrorists actually began to incorporate democrap talking points in their own rhetoric. Same kind of crap the democommies did to us fighting in Viet Nam. Back-stabbers. It’s the reason that the military votes in the 60-80th percentile for republican candidates. And why the democommies spend no little effort to disqualify military ballots.

      • J.B.

        I notice they forgot to count American deaths after Obama ascended to office.

      • JackSpratt

        Forgot to add, from my original comment that never saw the light of day, that Mr Bush said at the very beginning it was going to be a long war. You’re so full of crap it’s coming out your ears, pasto.

    • J.B.

      There is nothing liberal about you and your standard issue projection, moonbat.

  • http://frontlineofdefense.com j.veritas

    that messed up snaggle grille, that scowl, that kinky blond dyed hair, that Brooklyn-by-way-of-Florida accent….I’m in love

  • Calvinius

    Tahmooressi’s claim that he “accidentally made a wrong turn” and ended up in Mexico is a BS excuse.

    And referring to Mexican police as his “captors” implies that there’s some illegitimacy to his imprisonment. Would you refer to Immigration and Customs Enforcement as the “captors” of illegal immigrants held in detention centers? Would you refer to a sheriff in a border county as the “captor” of drug mules that his department has arrested? Of course you wouldn’t.

    Tahmooressi was legitimately arrested for a crime a clearly committed. It is illegal under Mexican law for any civilian to possess the firearms that he entered Mexico with. The fact that he’s an American is not a get-out-of-jail-free card.

    • nomoretraitors

      Maybe if he wrote emails home to his parents telling them how bad America is, you’d have more sympathy for him

      • JackSpratt

        Odumbo and sKerry would.

    • J.B.

      The entire country of Mexico is illegitimate and thoroughly corrupt. It’s like having an open sewer on our southern border. Actually, the Tiajuana river IS an open sewer. Maybe if Mexico gives us back our “desperado” Tamoohressi, America could repatriate the thirty million Mexican criminals infesting our country.

      That should make a law abiding Democrat like you happy enough to vote amnesty.

      • Calvinius

        You’re a nutcase.

        • nomoretraitors

          When you don’t have the facts on your side, resort to name calling

      • JackSpratt

        That would be a great trade, and if he was a deserter, I bet Odumbo would go for it. But this guy has two things going against him, he’s not a deserter and he likes guns. So they’ll let him rot in jail.

  • guest

    What a repulsive woman.

    What a repulsive face.

    What repulsive voters.

    I vomit a little bit in my mouth everytime I see a picture
    of this repulsive wretch. I damn all of you.

    • RatedBestComment

      Look at all her crooked teeth. That means her mother fed her orange juice and brownies for breakfast.

      Which also means not a properly developed brain.

  • nomoretraitors

    “She then began to speak about how Mexico has laws, which according to Wasserman Schultz, it “appears” he had violated”
    Hey Deb, how about the millions crossing the southern border violating OUR laws????

    • JackSpratt

      Yeah, like she’s concerned about laws.

  • Thomas Jefferson

    And remind us how many actual violent criminal illegal aliens Obama just fought to release from U.S. prisons?

  • RatedBestComment

    Is it my imagination or not?

    But why do people on the left looks SO UNGODLY WEIRD AND CREEPY???

  • http://batman-news.com Valigator

    The people of South Florida should scream loud and far that DWS is useless when it comes to her own constitiuents along with anything else of importance. We need to get rid of this broad, she is an embarrassment to the American people, dumb as a rock and has no place making policy and or speaking for any U.S. Citizen..I have watched her for years, she does more harm than good..dump her. and start with fresh blood, someone who will actually DO something.