To the Democratic National Committee elites, keeping average Americans away from their convention is a good idea, while protecting the southern border from intruding terrorists, rapists and murderers is a bad one.
The DNC has erected a four-mile fence around its convention site at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center. (Isn’t it ironic they’re doing so much to protect a site named after a bank?)
Meanwhile, Democratics weren't confining themselves to heckling and booing disgraced soon-to-be former DNC chair Debbie Blabbermouth Schultz this morning, they went after Nanny Pelosi as well.
But whenever a speaker talked about uniting to elect Clinton in November, the crowd balked. They booed Rep. Michael M. Honda.
Pelosi tried to unify the room by emphasizing the commonalities in the room rather than the divisions. “The differences that we have are not so great compared to the chasm between us and Republicans,” she said.
The audience wasn't having it. It wasn't an auspicious start for Nanny, Debbie, Mikey, and others. Nanny blew it all off, noting that people just don't understand how things work:
“Some people are new and just are not familiar with how things work,” she said.
Sorry, Nanny - it looks more as though people understand exactly how things work with career politicians. That's your problem, right there. You folks are going to need a lot more dead voters.