EXCLUSIVE: Dem. Strategist Liz Chadderdon Walks Off Rick Amato Show When Questioned About Ferguson

Earlier this week, Liz Chadderon, a “lead Democratic strategist” – a title she’s given herself, nonetheless – walked off the Rick Amato Show. Now why is this surprising for a supposedly high-profile person? Because it’s a pretty crazy strategy – if you could even call it that – for a strategist to have.

The funniest part of this whole thing? The conversation wasn’t even heated! Amato brought up the fact that, more than likely, Democrats are going to use Ferguson to their advantage. It’s not a new tactic by the left. Anytime they can use tragedy to further their agenda, they’re going to.

Take a look for yourself:

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