there are talks of some kind of coup to remove her from her position.
Regardless of whether Sanders' beliefs are justified, he is the candidate of a large and important wing of the Democratic Party. The last thing the Democrats need is a bitter split when they're about to go against the greatest threat to the Republic in 150 years.
Every day that is wasted on this business is a disaster. It will not end until Wasserman Shultz is either removed or steps down. And that's what she should do: step down. I've prepared a statement for her:
My resignation will become effective as soon as a replacement is named by the Democratic National Committee. Thank you.