Debbie Blabbermouth-Schultz compared Governor Scott Walker to a violent woman abuser on Wednesday.
Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) decided the way to rally women against Governor Scott Walker (R-WI), who is running for reelection, was to use outrageous hyperbole making him into a Neanderthal.
“Scott Walker has given women the back of his hand,” the dipsy Dem said in Milwaukee. “I know that is stark. I know that is direct. I know that is reality.”
It’s also not true.
The Journal-Sentinel quoted her as also saying that “what Republican tea party extremists like Scott Walker are doing is they are grabbing us by the hair and pulling us back.”
When I heard it I personally had visions in my head of the French underworld’s Apache dance where the man mock slaps, punches, drags the woman around by the hair.
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Press secretary for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke, Stephanie Wilson, hinted that Schultz might have gone too far.
“That’s not the type of language that Mary Burke would use, or has used, to point out the clear differences in this contest,” Wilson said.
Wilson added, “There is plenty that she and Governor Walker disagree on — but those disagreements can and should be pointed out respectfully.”
Lily Adams, DNC deputy communications director, said in a statement, “Domestic violence is an incredibly serious issue and the Congresswoman (Wasserman Schultz) was by no means belittling the very real pain survivors experience.”
Wasserman-Schultz is not always in touch. She recently said that Democrats will defeat Republicans this year because Obamacare is so popular.
She thinks any problems Democrats have is only due to the fact that they haven’t communicated well enough. It’s not possible that the Dem policies aren’t good. We just don’t get it.
Wasserman-Schultz uses creative language to pummel Republicans as a matter of course, including having called House Republicans “appalling bigots” with nothing to back it up. She has continually talked about the faux “war on women” and accuses Republicans of being anti-women.
When Rep.Ryan tried to cut government spending, she said he was going to kill seniors. She said his plan would “be a death trap for some seniors.”
When the House Judiciary Committee attempted to extend hate crime law to veterans, she said, “I represent one of the largest gay populations in the United States of America. One of the largest Jewish populations in the United States of America. Our region has a very large African-American population. It really is belittling of the respect that we should have for these groups to suggest that members of the armed services have somehow systematically been the victims of hate crimes.”
I guess she doesn’t have many veterans in her district.
She sees global warming as sending southern Florida into oblivion any day now.
“The effects of global warming threaten global environmental upheaval over the coming century. But for South Florida and the Everglades, it could be our death knell if urgent action is not taken,” she said hysterically.
It’s what she does.