Half of Americans don't seem bothered by criminal behavior by their "leaders"
After all, the careers of both Hillary and Obama have been absolutely filled with lies and deception, yet neither has ever been held accountable. For example, when Bill Clinton was governor of Arkansas, Hillary reported a profit of $100,000 in a single year from...trading cattle futures. Hilly had never traded cattle futures before, but nevertheless, in an astonishing run of...uh, luck...every one of her trades made money.
Yep, the record showed she ostensibly never had a single losing position in an entire year.
Of course the old hands were pretty sure right away what was really going on: the profits from her statistically impossible "success" in cattle futures were simply a way to funnel payments to her husband, the governor.
Now, I'm not naive: I realize that bribing politicians is fairly common. Hell, I'd guess that a quarter of all pols in the U.S.--both fed and state--have taken money in exchange for a vote or favor of some sort. She (and Bill) got away with it, and can't be called to account. Not one of her supporters is the least bit upset about that. My only observation is that you'd think rational Americans wouldn't want to *promote* a known crooked pol to the nation's highest office.
But of course no one under 40 has the slightest idea of Hillary's past. The only folks who could enlighten voters under 40--the mainstream media--support liberal Democrats so would support Hillary even if they had proof she'd lied under oath, or underpaid her taxes by millions--or had been using diplomatic cover to help the CIA deliver shoulder-fired missiles to Syrian jihadists through the CIA annex in Benghazi.
No law seems to touch this woman. With the help of the mainstream media she seems to be able to ignore all the laws that the rest of us must obey--and to do so without consequence. It's almost as though she's being protected by some supernatural force.
Ah well, as Her Evilness herself said--when testifying before a congressional committee about the killing of four Americans at Benghazi, "What difference, at this point, can it possibly make?"