https://www.washingtonpost.com/poli...46c260-51a9-11e6-b7de-dfe509430c39_story.html http://www.redstate.com/absentee/20...ed-hillary-clinton-immediately-brings-aboard/ I thought this event would warrant its own thread separate from the Hillary Clinton thread, forgive me if not. So, in the fallout of the outrage from the DNC email scandal, Schultz is resigning. This should be seen as a win for progressives, if not for the fact that she immediately started working as head coordinator for the Clinton Campaign. I suppose practically speaking, the only difference now is that she is openly working for Clinton as opposed to doing it off the record. As someone who is tentatively supporting Clinton, I think I speak for a lot of people when I say that this does not look good for Mrs. Clinton, I think after the revelation of Schultz's blatant abuse of her position as DNC chair, Hillary should be denouncing this women, but instead she chose to embrace her. She desperately needs the votes of skeptical Sanders supporters, and I think this move will only serve to alienate the voters that Hillary desperately needs to hang onto. I'm STILL voting for Clinton btw.