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Hillary is a corrupt politician who exploits situations for her own benefit. Most sensible people agree with that proposition. But the extent of her corruption is very controverted — having no clear bi-partisan consensus. Some claim she is just your average Washington politician. That is to say, she behaves corruptly, but not any more than someone like Mitt Romney. That position is hard to square with the evidence.

Others point to a pattern of wrongdoing. Hillary’s handling of Benghazi was disastrous and her explanations full of holes. Her use of a private email server was at least negligent, if not immoral. Plus, as we learned recently, she could have had a direct hand in pushing forward the Russia Collusion Hoax that took up four years of Trump’s very successful Presidency.

All in all, right now is not a good time to be Hillary Clinton. Not that any time is. But more and more Americans are waking up to her tricks. She does not love America. If she did, she would not have been so vicious and cowardly when it comes to a large percentage of them — the “basket of deplorables” as it were.

She and her old boss Obama were both great dividers. They enabled the failed Biden Presidency, the effects of which we will surely experience for years to come. Hopefully, 2022 will curb the Biden Presidency from making even more of a mess.

A recent Rasmussen poll asked if Hillary Clinton’s campaign broke the law in her 2016 campaign. The question is once more in the minds of Americans after a recent story about a top campaign official of Hillary’s broke — a story corroborated by Hillary’s attorney, Michael Sussman. The official, Robby Mook, claims Hillary agreed to hand the Alfa-Bank claims to the media despite her scruples, a claim even Elon Musk called fake news:

The poll found the following results:

“A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 55% of Likely U.S. Voters believe it is at least somewhat likely that Clinton campaign officials acted illegally during the 2016 presidential campaign, including 42% who think it’s Very Likely they broke the law. Thirty-three percent (33%) don’t believe it is likely Clinton campaign officials acted illegally, including 16% who say it’s Not At All Likely. Another 11% are not sure. “

55 percent of voters do not trust Hillary Clinton — the leading vote-getter in the 2016 election. That should scare all of us. That 42 percent think it is very likely is even scarier. We need to hold our public officials accountable to restore the trust. These people work for us.

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