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The Democratic party once again screwed over their base at the behest of their billionaire owners, er, "donors."
While the base of the party and Bernie Sanders coalition backed Keith Ellison, Obama, Clinton and top billionaire donor Haim Saban were backing Tom Perez, therefor he won.
Here's how the Guardian reported it:
His victory in Atlanta on Saturday saw him make history as the first Latino to lead the party but left progressives who backed his main opponent, US representative Keith Ellison, disappointed.
Both men used their remarks after the vote to appeal for party unity, the race for DNC chair having become a symbol of divisions that opened during the 2016 presidential primary between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Progressive activists said the outcome would be indicative of their standing within the party.Now here's the truth from Glenn Greenwald:
...Perez, despite his progressive credentials, is viewed — with good reason — as a reliable functionary and trustworthy loyalist by those who have controlled the party and run it into the ground, whereas Ellison is viewed as an outsider who may not be as controllable and, worse, may lead the Sanders contingent to perceive that they have been integrated into and empowered within the party.
Saban has a long history not only of fanatical support for Israel — "I'm a one-issue guy, and my issue is Israel," he told the New York Times in 2004 about himself — but also an ugly track record of animus toward Muslims. As The Forward gently put it, he is prone to "a bit of anti-Muslim bigotry," including when he said Muslims deserve "more scrutiny" and "also called for profiling and broader surveillance." In 2014, he teamed up with right-wing billionaire Sheldon Adelson to push a pro-Israel agenda. In that notorious NYT profile, he attacked the ACLU for opposing Bush/Cheney civil liberties assaults and said: "On the issues of security and terrorism I am a total hawk."Saban also owns Univision, where his top anchor Jorge Ramos is currently trying to trigger a Latino insurrection.
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