Debbie Wasserman Schultz Blames Colorado Recall Election Loss On The NRA And Koch Brothers

September 13, 2013 9:14 amViews: 3259

Debbie Wasserman-Schultz gun control

Why is it that anti-2nd Amendment, gun hating democrats simply cannot see the obvious? The majority of Americans are against just about anything that infringes on the right to keep and bear arms as guaranteed by the US Constitution, but liberal democrats such as Debbie Wasserman Schultz just can't seem to get that. A case in point is that  Ms Wasserman-Schultz, despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, blames the NRA and the Koch brothers on the recent recall election in Colorado that got 2 state Senators booted for their support of gun control measures citizens of Colorado did not want.

In a fund raising letter which you can read below, Schultz calls out the NRA and the Koch brothers (these guys get blamed for everything) as "right-wing special interests" for pouring, "a lot of time, effort, and money into this race." However, what the out of touch with reality Obamabot Ms Schultz did not mention was that left wing special interests such as billionaire Mayor Bloomberg's Mayors Against Illegal Guns outspent any efforts by "right-wing special interests" by almost 6 to 1. Liberal special interest groups spend 6 times as much money as conservative groups and the amazingly biased Schultz can't even bring herself to mention that.

But that's the way Democrats roll.

Also in the letter, Schultz states that, "The Colorado recall was defined by blatant attacks on our democratic principles." Well, I don't suppose what anti-gun zealots have been trying to do for years in basically trying to destroy the 2nd Amendment are, "blatant attacks on our democratic principles" either, are they Debbie?

Schultz also mentioned that the fund raising efforts by Conservatives "made it harder for (very much alive) Coloradans to cast a ballot." The fact that Schultz had to even mention "very much alive" voters is great testimony that such a charge is following democrats around like an angry stalker. Maybe there's something to it if Schultz has to remind her constituents that the people who voted were actually alive and did not in fact come from a cemetery.

And here is the fund raising letter that was sent out after the recall election ended up getting 2 Colorado state Senators fired for their anti constitutional gun control efforts.

Yesterday, I tweeted about how people had a hard time voting in the Colorado recall election, and wow did the Republicans blow up my Twitter feed. They think that Democrats are angry because “dead people and illegal aliens” weren’t allowed to vote.

I’m not angry, I’m disappointed. Voting is a basic American right — maybe the basic American right — and right-wing special interests like the NRA and the Koch brothers poured a lot of time, effort, and money into this race as court battles made it harder for (very much alive) Coloradans to cast a ballot in this week’s election. We know that when voting is made harder, Democratic turnout is driven down.

We’re not going to let this stand. That’s why we’ve launched the new National Voter Registration Project to ensure that what happened in Colorado doesn’t happen again, and why I want you to be a part of it. Add your name today.

The Colorado recall was defined by blatant attacks on our democratic principles. Colorado voting laws allow mail-in ballots to be automatically sent to voters, and in the election last November, 74 percent of Coloradans used mail-in ballots. For the recall, due to obstruction, voters weren’t allowed to vote by mail and didn’t even know where to vote in person until two weeks before the election. [...]

Add your name today, and together, let’s stand up for the right to vote:



Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Democratic National Committee

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