The Republican candidates' meltdown from Wednesday's debate has spread to an all out RNC meltdown.
As you'll recall, the original meltdown began when questions were asked (oh the horror), and those that involved uncomfortable facts for the candidates were either addressed with flat out lies, or with the conservatives' tried and true go-to answer when the truth hits too close to home:
"The liberal media is being mean to us!"
Because now apparently CNBC, who employs one Rick Santelli, otherwise known as the king of fake outrage that gave birth to the Tea Party movement which was later fueled by FOX and the Koch brothers, is now also too liberal for the nut bag wing that has eaten the entire party alive.
Behind the scenes, doors were pounded and demands were made when all the campaigns agreed that CNBC was asking questions they didn't like.
As reported by Politico, this in turn, led to a revolt against the RNC, when the campaigns of Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Bobby Jindal and Lindsey Graham organized a meeting scheduled for this weekend to alter the debating process imposed by the RNC (apparently now also too liberal). Representatives for Carly Fiorina, Mike Huckabee, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio and Rick Santorum were also scheduled to attend. Apparently Jeb! Bush had better things to do, and the RNC was not invited.