Amateur hour at the DNC.

Via Daily Caller:

“My name is Annette Capella. I’m a senior citizen living in St. John’s County, Florida.”

That’s how a Florida woman trotted out by the Democratic National Committee on Monday to criticize Republican Sen. Marco Rubio introduced herself during a DNC-sponsored call.

In press advisories promoting the call, the DNC referred to Capella solely as “a Medicare recipient from Florida.” [...]

“As his constituent, I sincerely hope he decides that America’s seniors are more important than Tea Party politics or protecting generous tax loopholes for Donald Trump and Big Oil,” Capella said during her remarks.

But it turns out that the DNC was hiding pertinent information about Capella’s background: She is not just your average senior citizen in Florida. She is a former leader of the St. Johns Democratic Party and a state Democratic committeewoman.

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