[VIDEO] Megyn Kelly To Debbie Wasserman Schultz : GOP Debates May Be Vulgar, But None Of Them Face The ‘Threat Of Indictment’

Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz made an appearance on Fox News to spar with host Megyn Kelly, and her performance was an embarrassment, to say the least.

Wasserman Schultz made the claim that the Republican Primaries were getting so bad that a parental advisory would soon be necessary to cover a debate. Kelly fired right back,

“You know what the response to that on the other side is, which is, yes, it has gotten vulgar on the GOP side, but no one’s facing the threat of indictment.”

Megyn Kelly was clearly referring to Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, who is in the middle of FBI investigations involving accepting donations to the Clinton Foundation from foreign governments and interests as she was serving as Secretary of State, keeping a separate Email server to hide communications between her and others away from the American people and the Freedom of Information Act, and sending classified and top-secret information over the personal server.

Clinton attempted, unsuccessfully, to destroy the Emails, as well as the server, before the investigation began. Wasserman Schultz, however, seemed to be unaware of the situation, because she responded with,

“There’s no one facing the threat of indictment on our side either, Megyn.”

Without hesitating, Kelly fired back by stating that there was currently an open FBI investigation looking into the activities of Clinton.

Wasserman Schultz, who is not one to admit defeat in any argument, said,

“Right. Let’s not be melodramatic.”

According to the Chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, stating the fact that a presidential candidate that the Democratic Party has put forward is facing the very real possibility of being indicted, and if found guilty of the crimes, may actually see the inside of a prison cell, is apparently seen as an exaggeration, sensationalism, or over emotional.

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