Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse for DNC, hackers release damning voicemails

If you thought the Democratic National Committee’s emails that GUCCIFER 2.0 hacked and WikiLeaks released were bad for the party, wait until you get a load of what its officials and party members said in glorious high fidelity.

That’s right. The dynamic duo has now released some of its voicemails, and there are some real doozies.

The release of 29 voicemail messages was, in a word, embarrassing to the party and revealed that money had a bigger influence than did party loyalty to the Democrats..

WikiLeaks tweeted just as the DNC hit primetime:

WikiLeaks released the voicemail messages Wednesday night, as the Democratic National Convention was nominating Hillary Clinton as the party’s standard-bearer and vice presidential nominee Sen. Tim Kaine, and President Barack Obama was addressing the delegates.

The group’s previous release of emails prompted Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz to step down as DNC chairwoman.

Reuters reported:

Although many of the leaked messages were run-of-the-mill standard fare, an especially humorous one came from an irate Clinton supporter who thought the party was actually doing too much for the former secretary of state’s primary rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders.

If only she knew that the party was actually sabotaging the Vermont independent’s campaign.

“I’m furious about what you’re doing for Bernie Sanders,” the message began.


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