Just another delusional day on Twitter for Debbie Wasserman Schultz

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Within a span of 4 hours, U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz managed to so thoroughly contradict herself that it leaves one to wonder how on earth can she take herself seriously.

Endeavoring to impress upon a gullible public that she and her cohorts in the Democratic Party are the reasonable ones, Wasserman Schultz tweeted a link Sunday to an editorial she wrote on ending obstructionism and pushing for a more constructive dialogue:

Twitter users, to include Twitchy founder Michelle Malkin, were quick to point out the absurdity in such a remark — Wasserman Schultz told Malkin last week that she would be “eating” her words next year in regard to Obamacre.

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As captured by Twitchy:

A short four hours later, Wasserman Schultz proves her critics right in a tweet that makes a mockery of her early tweet — keep in mind that 163 Democrats, to include Wasserman Schultz, voted for the budget deal that failed to extend unemployment benefits:

Twitter user Brad Jobe let the chair of the Democratic National Committee know just how delusional she really is, which may explain why many on the left dislike Twitter:

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