'Democrats Turn on Debbie Wasserman Schultz'

With a headline like that in Democrat house organ The Politico, you know DWS is in hot water with BHO and the rest of the DNC:

Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz is in a behind-the-scenes struggle with the White House, congressional Democrats and Washington insiders who have lost confidence in her as both a unifying leader and reliable party spokesperson at a time when they need her most.

Long-simmering doubts about her have reached a peak after two recent public flubs: criticizing the White House’s handling of the border crisis and comparing the tea party to wife beaters.

The perception of critics is that Wasserman Schultz spends more energy tending to her own political ambitions than helping Democrats win. This includes using meetings with DNC donors to solicit contributions for her own PAC and campaign committee, traveling to uncompetitive districts to court House colleagues for her potential leadership bid and having DNC-paid staff focus on her personal political agenda.

She’s become a liability to the DNC, and even to her own prospects, critics say.

As anyone whose seen her TV performances can attest -- even in scripted, DNC-friendly environments such as MSNBC -- Debbie Downer has always been her own worst liability, as these juicy details spotlight:

In 2012, Wasserman Schultz attempted to get the DNC to pay for her clothing at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, multiple sources say, but was blocked by staff in the committee’s Capitol Hill headquarters and at President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign headquarters in Chicago.

She asked again around Obama’s inauguration in 2013, pushing so hard that Obama senior adviser — and one-time Wasserman Schultz booster — Valerie Jarrett had to call her directly to get her to stop. (Jarrett said she does not recall that conversation.) One more time, according to independent sources with direct knowledge of the conversations, she tried again, asking for the DNC to buy clothing for the 2013 White House Correspondents’ Dinner.

Debbie denies the charges of course; no word yet if she told Politico that they've been "Myzled" regarding her. But in any case, to sum up the new article:

As Dan Riehl adds, "At this point it seems fair to speculate that she's either going to be gone soon, or this is only going to get worse for her, as well as more ugly."

With the midterms less than two months out, the timing of this new hit piece is fascinating. There's plenty of talk recently about the Republicans blowing their chances to recapture the Senate in November. But the Politico hitting DWS from the left indicates a lot of disarray in the Democrats' camp this fall.

Update: Pile on!