DNC Confronted for Last-Minute Debate Rule Changes

The DNC continues to take heat for their chosen moves and management of the primary election. Some of that heat pertains to their clear favor of Joe Biden, despite his obvious mental and cognitive impairments.

The 2020 Democrat’s latest gaffes include confusing his wife as his sister, attempting to cite the Declaration of Independence only to meander off with “you know the thing,” and claiming that he’s running for the Senate. If Trump made even a fraction of the blunders that Biden has made, Democrats would go berserk; yet the former vice president continues to get one free pass after the other.

Joe Biden by Gage Skidmore, on Flickr

Joe Biden” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Gage Skidmore

Additional points of censure against the DNC pertain to their repeated habit of last-minute shifts to their debate rules. As documented by Fox News, the DNC moved the goalpost to get Mike Bloomberg on the stage and to keep Tulsi Gabbard off. The change in requirements to block Gabbard occurred after the war veteran already met their then-establishment benchmark.

Pushback Against the DNC

Earlier this week, DNC spokesperson Xochitl Hinojosa sat down for an interview with Fox News host Bill Hemmer. During this conversation, Hemmer questioned Hinojosa on the DNC’s latest debate changes, notably the ones designed to keep Tulsi Gabbard off the debate stage.

When questioned about whether or not she had anything to say to Gabbard in the wake of the sudden changes, Hinojosa didn’t provide a direct answer. Instead, she parroted very generalized talking points about the need for 1,991 delegates. Hinojosa then continued, stating that moving the goalpost at the last second ensures that “people who are viable for the presidency and for the nomination” have their shot.

Bill Hemmer didn’t let the DNC spokesperson off that easy though. He pushed back, pointing out the committee’s decision to remove the individual donor requirement to allow Bloomberg to debate. Hinojosa responded with a very lackluster rebuttal, stating that this decision was influenced by “where the race has been.”

Hiding in Plain Sight

At this point in politics, the corrupt of the DNC is flagrant and clear as day. Hinojosa’s remarks this week only showed Americans how rehearsed the establishment has become.

Joe Biden sign by Gage Skidmore, on Flickr

Joe Biden sign” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Gage Skidmore

Their game plan of getting Biden to nominee status is undeniable. It’s why the establishment continues to prop him up while doing everything possible to rig the primaries against other candidates. Americans shouldn’t be shocked if the DNC finds an excuse to enact more changes to their debate requirements before Sunday.

What did you think of the DNC spokesperson’s response to Bill Hemmer’s inquiries? Were you satisfied with the answers that were provided? Sound off with your thoughts in the comments section below!