RUSH: Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who now runs the Democrat National Committee, or maybe hasn't been sworn in but she's the new grand pooh-bah of the DNC, she was on PMSNBC last night, and she claims that the Republicans stole the election in 2012. Yes. She claims that the Republicans stole the election in 2012. Rachel Maddow had a question for her. "Is making it harder to register to vote, which many Republican controlled states are pursuing right now, is that a partisan tactic to make it harder to register to vote?"
BLABBERMOUTH SCHULTZ: Republicans don't think that they can win elections in a fair fight, so they need to go systematically state by state rigging it so that it makes it much more difficult for all voters, regardless of political party affiliation or philosophical approach can get to the polls. What is rampant is the intimidation tactics that have been used by Republican supervisors of elections, Republican secretaries of state, and that the policies that have been used across the country by Republicans overseeing elections has really been outrageous in terms of getting in the way of voters who simply want to go to the polls.
RUSH: Right. So we've stolen the election of 2012. (laughing) Remember, with these people, you don't have to understand, Snerdley. The beauty of Debbie Blabbermouth Schultz is that you don't have to understand. She is the gift that keeps on giving. All she has to do is open her mouth. The more visibility that Debbie Blabbermouth Schultz has will do more for conservatism than even Donald Trump could do. Here's the second bite. After discovering that the Republicans have cheated already in the 2012 election, Rachel Maddow said, "What about the Democrat Party institutionally sorta taking the other side of this fight?"
BLABBERMOUTH SCHULTZ: Oh, gosh. No, institutionally the Democrat Party has been very aggressive. Look at what's going on in the Middle East and North Africa right now. You have literally, you know, hundreds of thousands of people who are risking their lives and dying to be able to have the franchise, to be able to actually vote and choose their leaders, and here we are, we have people who pull the levers of power in the Republican Party who are trying to do the opposite and disenfranchise Americans because they don't like the outcome of an election in a fair fight.
RUSH: When these people speak, it is really true, when they level accusations like this, they're actually describing themselves. But she thinks this is a massive democracy movement going on in Libya. They're searching for the franchise over there, the same thing in Egypt, they want the franchise, but the Republicans are standing in the way here in the United States. Debbie Blabbermouth Schultz, the new chairman of the Democrat National Committee.