Debbie Wasserman Schultz says GOP scarier than Ebola

Life for Debbie Wasserman Schultz must be difficult. It’s not comfortable having your foot in your mouth so often. But she got a little break on Sunday when Candy Crowley stepped in to do some of her bidding.

Crowley asked Schultz about ads running in Colorado framing Cory Gardner as “extreme.” That these ads are running should surprise no one. The Democrats are brilliant when it comes to unifying around provocative words to smear Republicans and conservatives. Would that the GOP would return the favor in kind, but alas, they are lost in the wilderness.

But I digress.

Crowley didn’t stop with “extreme.” Elaborating further she said: “It seems that the Democrats overall message is yeah ISIS is scary, yeah Ebola’s scary, but Republicans are a lot scarier.”

To which Schultz replied: “Well that’s right.”

But she was just getting started as Crowley gave her ample room to talk and interrupt, Schultz’s eyebrows jumping up and down, head shaking with patronizing laughter. She even threw in the occasional scolding of Priebus, who seemed ready and willing to stand down. (As an aside, Priebus appeared as wimpy as ever, like some school boy who’s incapable of standing up to bullies.)

If we can’t win a debate with DWS, it’s hopeless. She’s predictable and pre-fabricated. Any member of the GOP should be able to shred her talking points in a flash. Yet she forges ahead unscathed. And with Crowley helping her along, it seems a good time was had by all.

Onward to Election Day.

Hat tip: Breitbart

Life for Debbie Wasserman Schultz must be difficult. It’s not comfortable having your foot in your mouth so often. But she got a little break on Sunday when Candy Crowley stepped in to do some of her bidding.

Crowley asked Schultz about ads running in Colorado framing Cory Gardner as “extreme.” That these ads are running should surprise no one. The Democrats are brilliant when it comes to unifying around provocative words to smear Republicans and conservatives. Would that the GOP would return the favor in kind, but alas, they are lost in the wilderness.

But I digress.

Crowley didn’t stop with “extreme.” Elaborating further she said: “It seems that the Democrats overall message is yeah ISIS is scary, yeah Ebola’s scary, but Republicans are a lot scarier.”

To which Schultz replied: “Well that’s right.”

But she was just getting started as Crowley gave her ample room to talk and interrupt, Schultz’s eyebrows jumping up and down, head shaking with patronizing laughter. She even threw in the occasional scolding of Priebus, who seemed ready and willing to stand down. (As an aside, Priebus appeared as wimpy as ever, like some school boy who’s incapable of standing up to bullies.)

If we can’t win a debate with DWS, it’s hopeless. She’s predictable and pre-fabricated. Any member of the GOP should be able to shred her talking points in a flash. Yet she forges ahead unscathed. And with Crowley helping her along, it seems a good time was had by all.

Onward to Election Day.

Hat tip: Breitbart