Donna Brazile’s blistering tell-all reveals the unsolved murder of Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich still haunts her.
Brazile’s crippling anxiety pushed her to install a video surveillance system at home and work in her office with the shades continually dawn, fearing a sniper could have her in his sights at any moment.
In another excerpt, Brazile wonders if the Russians planted listening devices in her executive suite at DNC headquarters.
There are many intriguing nuggets readers can glean from Brazile’s book, appropriately titled “Hacks,” including the following:
Brazile acknowledges Hillary was a godawful candidate who stumbled from one gaffe to another with “stiff” and “stupid” messages.
She described Clinton’s campaign headquarters as feeling like sterile hospital ward where “someone had died.”
Brazile, a black woman, recounts a furious conference call with Clinton’s top aides, where she erupted after the campaign repeatedly treated her like a slave. During her tirade, Brazile said, “Y’all keep whipping me and whipping me, and you never give me any money or any way to do my damn job. I am not going to be your whipping girl!”
In her memoir, Donna can’t recall sending the email to Hillary sharing questions with Ms. Clinton before a CNN town hall, giving her an edge over her opponents. Nevertheless, she eventually admitted to doing so publically.
Most amusingly, an irate Brazile – frustrated by the sexism she encountered from Hillary’s male staffers – challenged them to a dick measuring contest, saying that her imaginary manhood was bigger than all of theirs.