Things aren’t looking too good for DNC Debbie, and she may even get “Cantor’d” if Bernie Sanders and his supporters succeed in ousting the controversial Congresswoman and DNC Chair…
According to The Hill:
“Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s Democratic primary opponent indicated Monday he sees some parallels between the Florida race and the 2014 matchup that forced a top House leader out of his seat.
“There’s a big anti-incumbent wave in this country. I saw it start two years ago when Eric Cantor, the second-ranking Republican in the House of Representatives, lost to a college professor who he outraised by 40-to-1,” Tim Canova said Monday on MSNBC, referring to the former House majority leader.
The law professor’s campaign in the Sunshine State’s 23rd Congressional District against Wasserman Schultz, who serves as the chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, has seen a boost following conflict between Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders and Wasseman Schultz.
Sanders backed Canova over the weekend, saying he “clearly” favors Canova in the primary.
“His views are much closer to mine,” Sanders said.
Still, Sanders, who vowed to oust her from the DNC if elected, escalated the conflict and started fundraising for her primary opponent on Sunday. Canova’s campaign announced Monday it had raised more than $250,000 since Sanders backed him.”