Author and journalist H.A. Goodman raises a good point when he points out that if she even tried to get a job at McDonald's, and they did a background check, she would not be hired because she is at the center of a criminal FBI investigation. The GOP knows this full well, but will allow and encourage, in contained glee, for the Hillary camp to push her nomination and will do everything possible to ensure this. Afterwards, when it is too late to change horses, they will go all out on exposing this simple fact and much more, along with a major media campaign demanding an indictment. […]
According to one Secret Service agent, someone even "above Soros" came storming into the White House and began discussing a plan was to stage an attempt on Hillary's life and then blame it on Trump. Any supporting evidence? Consider the following: Before this happens, a controlled, state media will often frame a candidate with a narrative to make the coming false flag plausible. This is likely why so many media outlets began hyping the "Trump encouraging followers to kill Hillary" false narrative. This "Dangerous Donald" tactic is actually outlined in the DNC Trump playbook leak. The same leaks revealed Sanders "Bernie Bros" supporters could be portrayed as violent, too, and they were. […]
Perhaps even more troubling, the NBC/WSJ survey found that the negative ratings for the two presumptive nominees are the highest in the history of the poll. Fifty-four percent of those surveyed hold a negative opinion of Clinton and 58 percent have a negative opinion of Trump.
At the same time, Democratic challenger Bernie Sanders continues to best both Clinton and Trump in favorability ratings (43 percent hold a positive view of the Vermont senator versus 36 percent who have a negative view) and maintains a double-digit lead over the Republican candidate.
NBC/WSJ recorded Sanders ahead of Trump by 15 points.
For the period between May 13-19, the presumptive Republican nominee polled ahead of Clinton by a national average of 0.2 points. […]