Debbie Wasserman Schultz driven out of chaotic Florida Democrat breakfast!

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PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania (PNN) - July 25, 2016 - Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the embattled outgoing chair of the Democrat National Committee, was forcibly driven out of her own state delegation's breakfast Monday amid vocal and unwieldy protests by Bernie Sanders' supporters. Schultz, who announced Sunday she would resign her chairmanship after emails showed top staffers at the Democrat National Committee worked to undermine Sanders' primary campaign against Hillary Clinton, attempted to talk over a chorus of heckles and boos at a downtown hotel hosting the Florida Democrat Party.

But the Florida congresswoman, who faces a newly emboldened primary challenge in her home state, could barely be heard over the ruckus. As soon as she took the stage, attendees donning Sanders shirts and holding signs that read "Email" began to disrupt her remarks. The delegation breakfast, normally a calm, sleepy, mundane affair, devolved into outright chaos.

Some started chanting "Shame on you!"

Another man screamed, "We are not cool with this!"

Supporters of Wasserman Schultz tried to counter with a cheer of "Debbie!," but they were quickly overwhelmed as the protesters gravitated closer to the stage.

"I want to listen!," complained one woman to the agitators drowning out the chair.

"Calm down!," another implored.

"What do you want, President Trump?," a Schultz supporter asked a demonstrator.

Former Governor Bob Graham stood up and tried to calm the red-hot emotions.

But the demonstrators were determined to make a point.

"You robbed us!," screamed one man wearing a blue "Bernie" t-shirt. "She doesn't know what she did! She's a career politician."

The scene was an unruly start to the first day of the Democrat National Convention, where Schultz is still planning to speak despite her resignation and polarizing position in the Party. Given the chaotic reception she received from her own state's delegates, Schultz is likely to face even more dissension on the floor.

Schultz's appearance was steely and courageous, even if it was politically disastrous. While she canceled other planned DNC stops following her resignation, which is to take effect after the convention, she almost had to keep her commitment to Florida, where she is running for reelection.

Despite facing a hostile audience, Schultz stood at the podium, smiled, and soldiered through her prepared remarks.

"So I can see there's a little interest in my being here and I appreciate that interest, and a little bit of interest from the press and it just shows that Florida is the most significant battleground state," she said.

Even that statement was met with boos.

But she continued, extolling the virtues of the Democrat Party and the success the Party has had in Florida and on the national level.

Terrorist pig thug cops stood before the stage with their hands extended, acting as human shields between Schultz and her Party.

"Thank you very much and on to victory!," Schultz concluded.

The terrorist pig thug cops swiftly surrounded her and whisked her out a side door of the ballroom as a crush of protesters and media swarmed.

"She's leaving!," one opponent screamed, and in seconds Schultz was gone.

Florida Democrat Party chairman Allison Tant continued with the breakfast program like nothing was awry.

"Alright everybody, thank you. We're going to keep moving," she said. "Everybody, take your seats. Thank you."

Graham, the former governor and senator, took the stage and called Schultz a friend.

"I think she has served this Party well for five years," he said.

But by then, most of the Sanders supporters were out of the room, having accomplished their goal of humiliating Schultz by driving her out of her own Party, both figuratively and literally.

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