To say the least. Earlier this week, it emerged that Bernie Sander’s campaign may have been meddling in an internal Democratic voters base that they shouldn’t of been meddling in. According to Fox News, such access was revoked, but quickly restored — after the campaign itself threatened to reportedly sue the DNC all together because of the revoking of their access.
Bernie’s campaign was first accused earlier this week, after, the database in which held some of Hillary Clinton’s voter information was accessed wrongly — by a number of Sander’s campaign staffers. It is unknown what may have actually been done with the information itself.
“Clearly, in this case, they are trying to help the Clinton campaign,” said Sanders campaign manager Jeff Weaver. “We have invested enormous campaign resources in acquiring the rights to use this proprietary information. But the DNC, in an inappropriate overreaction, has denied us access to our own data.”
But this isn’t the only problem for the Democratic Party. The same committee stands accused of “poor organizational” skills due to the fact that the debates involving 2016 Democratic nominees are “few and far” between (only coming on, actually, when few voters are actually watching).