A new report indicates pro-abortion Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida will reportedly continuing in her position as the Democratic National Committee chair for another two-year term.
As Roll Call reports:
The House Democratic leadership mold continues to harden, as Reps. Chris Van Hollen of Maryland and Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida are expected to remain in their current positions.
Former Rep. David E. Bonior of Michigan, once minority whip, said Wasserman Schultz did “extraordinarily” well as Democratic National Committee chairwoman. “She is tenacious. You can just see it in her body language,” Bonior said.
Although the DNC was successful in getting pro-abortion President Barack Obama re-election and retaining the Senate, Politico reported during the campaign that Wasserman Schultz was rated one of the least effective spokespeople for Obama.
In a slap in the face to pro-life women nationwide during the campaign, Wasserman Schultz called the pro-life women who spoke at the Republican convention this week nothing more than “shiny packaging.”
“I think we believe that women can see through that nice shiny packaging that the Republicans have been putting out there, through to what’s inside, which is really a disaster for women’s future, extreme policies,” Wasserman Schultz said in a press conference with pro-abortion activist Sandra Fluke
Before that, Wasserman Schultz said electing women to public office is only a good thing is they subscribe to the liberal dogma that advances abortion and birth control.
Wasserman Schultz was named in 2011 by pro-abortion President Barack Obama to take over as the head of the Democratic Party nationally and prepare for his re-election campaign. At the time of her appointment to the position, Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards praised Wasserman Schultz as a “heroine” for her extensive abortion advocacy. The appointment made it clear Obama would not run from his lengthy pro-abortion record.
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She has also appeared at fundraising events for the Planned Parenthood abortion business.