The woman whose question was apparently leaked to Hillary Clinton ahead of the March Democratic primary debate in Flint, Michigan, is speaking out for the first time since the controversy surfaced last month.
Lee-Anne Walters, who lives in Flint, has twin 5-year-old boys who were both harmed as a result of the lead in the city’s water system. One of her sons hasn’t grown in two years, according to Fox News. Both have hand-eye coordination and speech issues. Walters and her whole family still have rashes from drinking the poisoned water.
Appearing on Fox News’ “Happening Now” Tuesday, Walter was asked about interim Democratic National Committee Chairwoman and former CNN contributor Donna Brazile apparently leaking her question to Clinton in advance.
“I was disgusted by her answer, and I’m even more so now. I feel she should be disqualified because it gave her an advantage that she shouldn’t have had,” Walters said.
During her answer, Clinton told Walters she would commit to getting rid of lead not just in water, but “everywhere,” if she becomes president….