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MEANWHILE, in Florida:




I know Richard Spencer is just whoring for attention, but holy damn:


DNC Announces Members Of Unity Reform Commission

WASHINGTON ― Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez announced the complete list of people on the 21-member Unity Reform Commission on Monday.

The panel was created at the party’s national convention in July as a last-minute compromise between supporters of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and those of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), who were demanding the elimination of super-delegates from presidential primaries. The commission will now begin the process of discussing reforms to the party’s presidential nominating process, including hot-button issues like the role of super-delegates and caucuses. It will present its recommendations to the DNC by January 2018.

The 21-member commission includes nine members selected by Clinton, seven members picked by Sanders, three picked by Perez, and the chair and vice chair ― selected by Clinton and Sanders, respectively.

Below is a complete list of the commission members:

Jennifer O’Malley Dillon, Chair, District of Columbia; partner, Precision Strategies

Larry Cohen, Vice Chair, District of Columbia; chair of Our Revolution and former president of the Communication Workers of America

Charlie Baker, Massachusetts; president of Dewey Square Group and former chief administrative officer of the Clinton campaign

Jan Bauer, Iowa; Iowa Democratic National Committeewoman and Clinton supporter

Jeff Berman, District of Columbia, former Clinton campaign consultant

Lucy Flores, California, former Nevada Assemblywoman and Sanders supporter

Rep. Marcia Fudge (D-Ohio), Clinton supporter

Maya Harris, New York, former senior policy adviser, Clinton campaign

David Huynh, Louisiana; former Clinton campaign director of delegate operations and ballot access

Elaine Kamarck, Massachusetts; senior fellow, Brookings Institution

Jane Kleeb, Nebraska Democratic Party Chair; Sanders supporter and Our Revolution board member

Nomiki Konst, New York; investigative reporter for the Young Turks and former Sanders convention delegate

Yvette Lewis, Maryland Democratic National Committeewoman and Clinton supporter

Gus Newport, California; former mayor of Berkeley, California and Sanders supporter

Jorge Neri, Illinois; former Clinton campaign Nevada state director

James Roosevelt, Jr., Massachusetts; president of Tufts Health Plan and co-chair of the Democratic national convention Rules and Bylaws Committee

Emmy Ruiz, Texas; former Clinton campaign Colorado state director

Former Ohio State Senator Nina Turner, Sanders convention delegate and Our Revolution board member

Jeff Weaver, Virginia; former Sanders campaign chair

Wellington Webb, Colorado; former Denver mayor and Clinton supporter

Jim Zogby, District of Columbia; founder of the Arab American Institute and Sanders supporter


My thoughts:

1. I can't go into detail without getting deleted, but I will say that Weaver, Konst and Turner are liabilities to this commission and I mean Cornel West-sized liabilities...

2. Nice of the author to interview two Sanders folks, one of whom still has an axe to grind from the primaries, and the other is chasing "Hillary's unseen hand of power" -conspiracies... I have a sneaking suspicion there's not going to be a lot of "unity" here...

Final answer: *NOBODY* trolls half as well as the Russians

Reddit/Anon/4chan take note:


MEANWHILE, at Coachella:


Betcha feel sorry now for deleting all his e-mails, huh?


MEANWHILE, in New Hampshire:


This tweet has aged well:


Your daily Greenwald:

Glenn did a quickie delete, lol


Rachel Maddow gets thrown under the bus by you-know-who

How many liberals and Dems has the Intercept (and The Young Turks after a huge infusion of GOP cash) smeared for doing the right thing in their short history? How long can they keep up this "Just because we hate the anti-Trump people doesn't mean we actually support Trump!" bullshit with a straight face?

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