Hillary Clinton

Confidence in Hillary Abysmal Among Dems in 2020 Hypotheticals

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Hillary Clinton’s 2016 run for the presidency isn’t the only embarrassment that the democratic criminal is facing in recent months.

Clinton, whose campaign was plagued by leaked scandals and an American conservative uprising, has instinctively laid low in the months following the election.  The democratic deity, second only to former President Barack Obama, has been at the center of several salacious accusations, not the least of which involve her collusion with the DNC in order to effectively squash the hopes of Bernie Sanders during the primaries.

Now as the democratic party attempts to regroup, and pretend that their organization will last another 3 years without total implosion, the hypotheticals of the 2020 election are creeping into the vernacular.  In one such scenario, Hillary Clinton would possibly get another shot at defeating The Donald, however, the democrats aren’t so sure about the strategy there.

“Out of a number of different candidates, just 4% of Democrats and Independents think HIllary Clinton would have the best chance of beating Trump in 2020, with fully 50% believing that no candidate currently being considered would beat Trump.

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“A Delphi Analytica poll of 333 voters in the Midwest region gave respondents five choices and asked them, ‘In a hypothetical 2020 matchup, who do you think has the best chance of winning against President Trump?’

“Former Vice President Joe Biden, Senators Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Cory Booker (D-NJ), 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg were offered as choices.

“Joe Biden came out on top, with 21% believing he had the best chance of beating Trump, but a whopping 50% chose ‘none of the above,’ suggesting a shocking lack of faith in the leadership of the Democratic Party.”

It is little surprise that faith in the democratic party is waning, given the myriad of scandals rocking the party in the past few months.

Hillary Clinton’s embarrassing attempt at defeating Donald Trump during the 2016 election will go down in history as one of the most ridiculous flops in political history.  After legitimately stealing the nomination from Bernie Sanders, who was polling far better than Clinton against Trump, the democratic party has ben rocked by a number of revelations – not the least of which involves the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich who was believed to be the whistleblower at the helm of a massive leak of Hillary campaign emails to the public.

In reality, the radical left is surely about to destroy what’s left of the democratic party, negating any speculation about their 2020 horse in the race.  Regardless, it is awfully satisfying to see Hillary Clinton so thoroughly trounced in the polls.

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