Every few days seem to bring more bad news for Hillary Clinton’s Presidential ambitions. There are the admissions to using a private email server, the illegal presence of classified emails on that server, and subsequent criminal investigation.
In addition, there is the private jet travel while claiming to be one of the ‘common people.’ A $50,000 per week rental for summer vacation and the disclosures that make the Clinton foundation look like a slush fund to pamper the lifestyle demands of Hillary, Bill and Chelsea.
Now comes a poll showing almost half of Americans feel Hillary should withdraw from the Presidential race. According to InfoWars:
The findings come from a Rasmussen poll released today, showing that 46 percent of Likely U.S. Voters believe Clinton should suspend her campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination until the legal implications of her use of a private e-mail server while Secretary of State are resolved.
The survey reveals that even a quarter of Democrats think Hillary is done.
One in four said that Clinton should not be considered for nomination at this time, with 73 percent of Republicans and 46 percent of independents agreeing with them.
Forty-five percent said they consider Hillary’s use of a private email server a serious scandal, especially in the wake of revelations that emails she sent and received contained information relating to national security.
Only 23 percent said they think it’s not a big deal, with a further 28 percent falling somewhere in the middle, saying it is ’embarrassing’ for the nation.
With the criminal investigation, it’s possible that Mrs. Clinton could face criminal investigation as well since General Petreus and former CIA director John Deutch received even harsher treatment for lesser offenses.
Of course, those two officials, unlike Hillary, have admitted to wrong doing and regret over their actions. Can you imagine Hillary taking responsibility for her actions?
What do you think? Should Hillary quit the election? Should she take responsibility for her actions? Leave a comment with your thoughts below.