How many schmucks does it take to defend DWS?

Debbie Wasserman Schultz is known more aptly to consumers of the Excellence in Broadcasting Network as Debbie Blabbermouth Schultz. Schultz has really come into her own as a blabbermouth in connection with her work as chairman of the Democratic National Committee, but there is one subject on which the cat has got her tongue. That is her behind-the-scenes opposition to Iran sanctions in Washington despite the fact that she represents a south Florida district in which her opposition is distinctly out of step. See the ad put out by the Emergency Committee for Israel (video below).

The Washington Free Beacon’s Adam Kredo has been all over DWS’s case on this issue, so much so that his work has elicited journalistic inquiry back home. The Free Beacon now recaps Kredo’s work on the story in the context of its latest twists and turns. The Free Beacon’s update comes under the attention-grabbing headline “How many schmucks does it take to defend Debbie Wasserman Schultz?”

Video via Daniel Halper/Weekly Standard.


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