Weaver said the emails showed misconduct at the highest level of the staff within the party and that he believed there would be more emails leaked, which would reinforce that the party had its fingers on the scale.
Nearly 20,000 emails sent and received by Democratic National Committee staff members were released Friday by Wikileaks, and some messages are raising questions about the committee's impartiality during the Democratic primary.
It must be seen as a sort of email hell today, for political backers of Hillary Clinton's 2016 bid to seize the Democratic presidential nomination anyway, as thousands of documents and their attachments hit the web Friday. . .