Wednesday, June 1, 2016

71% Of Democrats Say Clinton Should Continue Campaign Even If Indicted

Truth Revolt -- A new Rasmussen poll reveals the true colors of leftwing "values."

As it stands, the vast majority -- 71 percent -- of Democrats believe Hillary Clinton should continue her presidential campaign even if she is indicted on felony charges in connection with her "homebrew" email server.

In contrast, only 30 percent of Republicans believe Clinton should continue her presidential campaign if charged by federal prosecutors.

In response to the poll, Sen. Bernie Sanders' campaign manager, Jeff Weaver, told Fox News on Wednesday that he thinks it would be "difficult [for Clinton] to continue running a race."

The poll reveals that 40 percent of all voters say they are less likely to vote for Clinton because of the current scandal surrounding her alleged misuse of classified information while serving as Secretary of State. What's more, essentially no one believes Clinton's assertion that she did nothing wrong. According to the same poll, 65 percent of voters believe it is likely that Clinton broke the law with her email use and 47 percent saying it’s "very likely."

None of this will matter to Democrats, however.
Blog Author's Comments -- This pretty much sums up Democrats' values. Liberals have been voting for criminals for years. I don't think a grand jury would have any problem handing down an indictment. But, to be indicted, you must first be charged. And let's be honest, what is the likelihood that Obama's DOJ will charge her? Not unless Obama wants someone else as the Democrat nominee. It has already been set up, Bernie Sanders will never be the nominee. I'm not surprised that the polling number is so high. A candidate under federal indictment should not be sworn in and be able to serve as president of the United States.
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