Alabama Democratic Party vice-chair Tabitha Isner appeared to find common ground with Republicans calling for jail time and equal treatment under the law for Hunter Biden after he pleaded guilty to tax evasion and other felony charges.
“To say I was outraged by the racially charged attack on Representative Paschal last week would be an understatement, but as a black woman, I was even more upset by an official of the Alabama Democrat Party defending the use of the N-word to belittle a black official.”
As a fifth suspect was arrested Thursday in connection to the fatal shooting on April 15 at a “Sweet 16” party in Dadeville, Alabama Democratic Party Vice President Tabitha Isner condemned the “hypocrisy” of law enforcement for charging the suspects as adults.
The Alabama Democratic Party has struggled to gain political momentum across the state since it last held legislative majorities in 2010, and that's partly due to continued infighting and dissension amongst the ranks.
On Saturday, Huntsville Pastor Randy Kelley was elected chairman of the Alabama Democratic Party.
Tabitha Isner is asking the State Democratic Executive Committee to elect her as the new chair of the Alabama Democratic Party in their organizational meeting on Aug. 13.