This one is a whirlwind of fluff, so I'll try my best to find some substance in all the nonsense being reported. I'm going to eventually get into the revelations that caused Rep. Wasserman-Schultz to resign as head of the Democratic National Committee. I'll start, for reference, with the hacks that had occurred in June. A comprehensive timeline of what had occurred with apparent hacks into the DNC in June can be found at this link. What I find most striking from that link is that apparently The Washington Post went full force with the allegation that Russia was behind that hack. It's noted in the article that the first accuser of Russia was the head of CrowdStrike, Dmitri Alperovitch. CrowdStrike being the cyber-security company contracted by the DNC to investigate the hack. After reviewing CrowdStrike's own article on the matter, which can be read at this link, I'm nowhere closer to finding any concrete evidence that the Russian government is in any way involved in any of the hacks that the DNC has suffered. Fast forward to this month, and apparently an anonymous source supplied wikileaks with 20,000 pieces of e-mail correspondence that appear to show that Rep. Wasserman-Schultz had been conspiring to discredit Senator Sanders in an effort to aid Secretary Clinton in the primary race. I can't link to wikileaks where I am, because where I work I could be fired for visiting their website. I can however share a link that appears to show that this wasn't Rep. Wasserman-Schultz' only transgression with her party, this link observes that Rep. Wasserman-Schultz had been overstepping her bounds at times and was regarded as a pariah by top Democrat Senator Harry Reid. One hacker has jumped at the chance to claim that he/she was the individual that brought about all this timely chaos, and you can read all about him/her at this link. Basically; Guccifer 2.0 (there was one before) claims that the hack was motivated by hacktivism and he/she scoffs at the idea that the Russian government is involved. What I find most alluring about this lead, is that Guccifer 2.0 is willing to explain exactly what was done to perpetrate the hack. Long story short; the Democrats have a lot of explaining to do. With Ted Cruz snubbing Donald, this is the Dems opportunity to show that they're 100% unified in their effort to lead the US. While Ted Cruz and Donald Trump butted heads, and the RNC would have likely preferred a more mainstream candidate than Donald Trump, nothing has come out that implicate RNC Chairman Reince Preibus in any kind of covert effort to disparage Donald Trump's image. The biggest test of Hillary's ability to skate through this election will be if Bernie Sanders is willing to announce a full endorsement of her at the Democratic Convention. Even if he gives that, I think that it would be foolish for those within the Democratic party that were involved with this fiasco to not do a full mea culpa on the matter. Senator Sanders was an Independent until recently, so trepidation on part of the Democratic party is understandable. Either way, this is a situation where the Democrats look to be guilty of the same kind of dishonesty and divisiveness that they've thrown at a Trump led political party.