The tit for tat started when former Democratic National Committee chairwoman Donna Brazile and Senator Elizabeth Warren revealed about the Hillary campaign and the DNC.
In Brazile’s upcoming book she details how the DNC rigged the primaries in Hillary Clinton’s favor. She also describes how she felt like she was being treated like a “slave” by the Clinton Campaign.
In the memoir, Brazile recounted an exchange with Charlie Baker, Marlon Marshall, and Dennis Cheng — all senior staffers on Hillary Clinton’s campaign — in which she said she was being treated like a character from the film “12 Years a Slave.”
“I’m not Patsey, the slave,” Brazile writes, referencing the character portrayed by Lupita Nyong’o in the film. “Y’all keep whipping me and whipping me, and you never give me any money or any way to do my damn job. I am not going to be your whipping girl!”
Well, the fury from Clinton supporters was pretty harsh. But wait till you hear what Brazile shot back with.
Well, Brazile shot back to those critics in a very blunt way on Sunday’s interview with Geroge Stephanopoulos.
On ABC’s “This Week,” former Democratic National Committee interim chairwoman Donna Brazile discussed the controversy created by her upcoming book “Hacks” and said to those who are telling her to shut up should “go to hell.”
Brazile said, “For those who are telling me to shut up, they told Hillary that a couple months ago. You know what I tell them? Go to hell. I’m going to tell my story.”
She added, “I’m not on the payroll, George. I care about my country. I care about our democracy. And I say go to hell, because why am I supposed to be the only person that is unable to tell my story?”
While some on social media were impressed with her honesty, others questioned about the unfortunate timing of Brazile’s revelation.