WATCH: Debbie Gets BOOED And Shouted DOWN By Bernie Supporters – They HATE Her!

Debbie Wasserman Schultz might just be the most hated Democrat in America right now. Watch how she was ‘welcomed’ in her own home state of Florida when speaking a a DNC delegate breakfast on Monday. Is this the end for her?

Soon-to-be-former DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz made an appearance at a DNC delegate breakfast on Monday, where she was roundly booed by several supporters of Bernie Sanders.

As the embattled DNC chair took to the podium, people protesting her role in working against Bernie Sanders’ presidential bid chanted, “Shame, shame!” while holding up signs that said things such as, “Thanks for the ‘help’ Debbie.” (Raw Story)

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Bernie backers are not done yet. They are now blocking the DNC in Philadelphia:

Thousands of demonstrators took to Philadelphia’s sweltering streets Sunday, chanting and beating drums in the first major protests ahead of the Democratic National Convention, as the city wilts during a heat wave.

Throngs of clean energy activists jammed a major thoroughfare in their mile-long march from Philadelphia’s City Hall to Independence Mall, near the Liberty Bell.

Bernie Sanders’s supporters chanted ‘Hell No, DNC, we won’t vote for Hillary’ and ‘This is what democracy looks like,’ the marchers headed from City Hall down Broad Street, the main north-south artery that leads from downtown to the convention site at the Wells Fargo Center about 4 miles away.

And supporters of Sanders, who held up signs call calling for Debbie Wasserman Schultz, chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee to be fired, got their wish after she announced her resignation late Sunday.

Read more: Daily Mail

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