Clearly Warren and Ellison are among the new DNC chosen, having stayed tightly enough to the party line before and after the election to be appointed to make such judgments without reminding anyone of the rest of the corruption that was unearthed or the rest of the reform that is needed.
These people stood with Clinton for the rigging even after it had been revealed, repeated the “Russians” nonsense while months tracked on without a shred of evidence, stood with Clinton despite the campaign funds from five different foreign nations who thereby did indeed meddle in a US election, and are not now calling for any real reform.
- Where is the call to remove “superdelegates”?
- Where is the discussion of the power relationship with the large media that collaborated in rigging the election?
- Where is the discussion of the then-standing president’s role in selling policy towards nomination funds?
- Where is the discussion of actual and not imaginary foreign money in American elections?
No. One could go on: a lot further rot came out of the Podesta emails, particularly. This is not a reform, and Warren and Ellison as well make themselves suspect by this sort of participation. Why not an actual call for reform?