Embed from Getty Images Nearly 20,000 hacked e-mails from the Democratic National Committee were published to Wikileaks, and it’s not pretty. First, the DNC was shown to be as petty as they appear to be from the outside. E-mails from Debbie Wasserman Schultz called Sanders Campaign Manager Jeff Weaver an “s–” and a “liar.” Second, a DNC staffer suggested using religious intolerance as a tool against Bernie Sanders by emphasizing his alleged atheism as a way to frighten off Southern Baptist constituents. In one embarrassing exchange, the DNC’s CFO wrote that Sanders “had skated on having a Jewish heritage. I read he is an atheist … My Southern Baptist peeps would draw a big difference between a Jew and an atheist.” Sanders, by the way, says he’s not an atheist. The point is that the DNC – in one email — managed to insult both Jews and atheists. (And anyone who doesn’t believe there should be a religious litmus test in the United States of America.) Third, they courted wealthy donors by promising access to President Barack Obama, pointing out that big donors often demand such special favors. But one of the worst revelations is just how cozy the DNC is with the national media. Wasserman Schultz hounded NBC’s Meet the Press host Chuck Todd for a personal phone call before appearing on his show – undoubtedly to get a heads up about the questions. She also used him to gain access to MSNBC President Phil Griffin so she could demand an apology from Morning Joe host Mika Brzezinski. The DNC chair didn’t appreciate Brzezinski’s (we now know accurate) speculation that the party was rigging the primary in favor of Hillary Clinton. Enjoy the rest of this article on the Daily Caller!