A Democrat who wants to become one of the president’s senior staffers was caught swearing at the GOP.
Jen O’Malley Dillon, who Joe Biden picked to be White House deputy chief of staff, was recently quoted calling every Republican a contemptible or stupid person.
“In the primary, people would mock him, like, ‘You think you can work with Republicans?'” she told Glamour Magazine. “I am not saying they are not a bunch of [expletive]s. Mitch McConnell is terrible.”
The remarks came after O’Malley Dillon vented her frustration with the Democratic Party’s failure to reach bipartisan agreements with the GOP. She also appeared to blame Republicans for refusing to let Democrats seize control and decide how to run the country.
“It is challenging for us to do that right now because of how polarized we are but politics breaks down to one-on-one conversations and not being afraid to talk,” she said. “I get that you are not supposed to talk politics at the holiday dinner. Well, [expletive] that. It is because we do not do that that we are in this situation now.”
These heated remarks caught the attention of other mainstream media outlets and disgusted Politico reporter Alex Thompson.
“Incoming Biden White House Deputy Chief of Staff Omalley Dillon says she thinks big bipartisan deals are possible even though the Republicans are a ‘bunch of [expletive]’ and ‘Mitch McConnell is terrible,'” he said on Twitter.
Hillary Clinton recently resorted to name-calling after discovering several GOP members stood by President Donald Trump’s bid to stay in office.
She attacked Republican Party members who supported the president’s efforts to overturn the November election outcome.
“Trump continues to try to overturn the election at the expense of our democracy. The emperor has no clothes,” she said on Twitter. “Republican electeds who continue to humor him have no spines.”
Clinton completely ignored several examples of election irregularities the president shared on social media. She continued to call Republicans excessively afraid of suffering because they did not concede defeat and allow Biden to take control of the White House before verifying who actually won the election.
“The election was not close. There was no evidence of fraud. The states have certified the results,” she said on Twitter.
The latest Rasmussen Reports survey about the presidential election’s initial outcome caught nearly a third of Democratic Party supporters openly admitting Biden stole the Oval Office away from President Trump.
Almost a third of Democrats who responded believed the party unlawfully removed and destroyed pro-Trump ballots in several states to make sure Biden won.
“Huge: ‘How likely is it that Democrats stole votes or destroyed pro-Trump ballots in several states to ensure that Biden would win?'” Rasmussen Reports said on Twitter. “Democrats—30% to 20% say very likely (VL), unaffiliated—39% to 29% say VL, Republicans—75% to 61% say VL, [and] all voters—47% to 36% say VL.”
Nearly half of the 1,000 people surveyed, 47%, agreed that the Democrats “stole votes or destroyed pro-Trump ballots in several states to ensure that Biden would win.”
“This includes 36% who say it is very likely,” Rasmussen said on its website. “Republicans say it is very likely the Democrats stole the election … [and] among unaffiliated, 29% feel it is a stolen election.”
Rasmussen also found an overwhelming majority of respondents believe President Trump should wait until legal challenges to the election outcome have run their course before considering whether to congratulate Biden on winning the election.