Well before Hillary Clinton’s email server scandal, the former first lady and secretary of state had a reputation for corruption, deception, and secrecy. While some in the public believe that the evil Republicans have some intense vendetta against the Clintons, the whole “vast, right-wing conspiracy” line has fallen out of favor with most of the American public. There is simply too much evidence of the Clintons’ corruption for it to be the result of some conservative Clinton crusade.
Of course, this has not dented the support of her core constituency in the Democratic party. Just this week, a Rasmussen poll revealed that an astonishing 71% of Democratic voters would support Clinton’s bid for the White House even if she is indicted by the FBI.
That FBI indictment is looking much more likely after Breitbart’s latest report that Clinton actually shared the names of highly classified hidden intelligence officials on her unsecured server. To read more about this shocking development, continue on the next page: