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This one will be brief. It involves former DNC Chairwoman (Chairperson? Chairbeing? Zebeing? I can’t keep up…) Debbie Wasserman Schultz, quoted in the Washington Examiner on Barack Obama’s upcoming $400,000 speech to Wall Street denizens:

Look, it is none of anyone’s business what someone who is a member of the private sector decides to accept in terms of compensation,” Wasserman Schultz added. “With all due respect to anyone who chooses to comment publicly on what Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, or anyone earns as a member of the private sector, it’s just MYOB.

Uh, sure, if that “member of the private sector” said “you didn’t build that,” and “as some point, you’ve made enough money,” and if they have their own Secret Service detail for life, and if they’re making a $207,800 federal pension for life as well. None of our business to be sure. But Wasserman-Schultz wasn’t done:

Instead, the Florida lawmaker said the public should focus on both politicians’ public records, which are ‘pristine.

Barack Obama?! A “pristine” public record? Do serial lies about just about everything he ever said or did count? Fast and Furious? Benghazi? The IRS? Cuba? The Iran Deal? Obamacare? Apparently not. And Hillary Clinton’s “public record?” Say, didn’t Wasserman-Schultz lose her position with the DNC because the DNC worked with the Clinton campaign to ensure Bernie Sanders never had a chance, and other goodies? I seem to remember something about that. Come to think of it, didn’t Hillary do exactly what Obama is doing? I remember something about servers, cover-ups, that sort of thing.

Pristine indeed.