There they go again.
Eagle-eyed viewers of the CNN Obamacare debate between Sens. Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders caught a woman reading a printed question on a piece of paper that plainly featured the Gmail logo and “Your question” as the subject line:
Here Carol Hardaway is clearly reading the question from the email:
“I have multiple sclerosis but could not afford insurance. Without the treatment or medications I need, I had problems with walking, with my speech and my vision.
“When the Affordable Care Act was passed, I moved from our home state of Texas because they refused to expand Medicaid, to Maryland and within two weeks I started receiving treatments through Medicaid and am now well enough to work as a substitute teacher.
“Sen. Cruz, can you promise me that you and the Republican leaders in Congress will actually have a replacement plan in place for people like me who depend on their medicaid? In other words, I like my coverage, can I keep it?
Democrat email released by Wikileaks in October showed CNN contributor Donna Brazile had shared debate questions with Hillary Clinton.
The Observer reported:
On October 31, DNC Interim Chair Donna Brazile was once again implicated in the WikiLeaks emails, shown to have broken the neutrality she was supposed to uphold as a DNC vice chair. In the most recent emails, Brazile forwards more debate questions to the Clinton campaign and confirms she received them from journalist and pundit Roland Martin. “I’ll send a few more. Though some questions Roland submitted,” she wrote in one email.