Debbie Wasserman Schultz HECKLED by HUGE crowd — of Democrats!!

debatesPoor Debbie Wasserman Schultz. With friends like these, who needs enemies?

The Democratic National Committee chairwoman faced a full-scale mutiny Saturday morning at New Hampshire’s state Democratic Party convention.

Wasserman Schultz, who decides how many presidential primary debates the party will have, was repeatedly interrupted by chants of “more debates” while addressing the crowd. Six debates are scheduled.

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Try as she might to shout them down and redirect their energy toward Republicans, the raucous crowd, led by supporters of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, responded with added vigor.

“Enough is enough!” Wasserman Schultz eventually admonished the crowd. “Enough is enough!”

MSNBC reported:

In the most direct confrontation of the DNC over the debate issue thus far, supporters of Democratic candidates Martin O’Malley and Bernie Sanders threatened to drown out Wasserman Schultz at times with chants and jeers during her remarks to the 3,500 activists gathered Saturday inside the cavernous Verizon Wireless Arena.


The rebellion was captured on video by Boston Globe political reporter James Pindell, who posted the drama on social media.

Pindell shared a photo showing that just as he is leading Hillary Clinton in the polls in New Hampshire, so too does Sanders have an edge in yard signs:


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