In the months after the bizarre 2016 election, Americans found themselves confused and bewildered by a plethora of newness.
Sure, there was a large percentage of the population that found themselves terrified at the thought of a Trump presidency. Mostly, they were overreacting liberal crybabies, but there were some doubters on the other side of the aisle as well. Trump needed to prove himself, and prove himself he has in the months since he’s taken over the White House.
Also, late in the election, we came to learn quite a bit regarding Hillary Clinton, the former First Lady and former Secretary of State. Thanks to Wikileaks, we discovered that Clinton was a serial corruption artist with an unfathomable pay-to-play scheme being run right under the nose of Obama’s other cronies.
Now, how did these massive knowledge shifts affect the American people? A new poll says that it wasn’t good for Mrs. Clinton.
“The new poll by Suffolk University shows just 35 percent of registered voters continue to have a favorable view of Clinton, with 55 percent having an unfavorable opinion.
“Trump, on the hand, surpasses Clinton for the first time, with the president’s favorability at 45 percent and unfavorability at 47 percent.
“Based on Suffolk’s polling prior to the 2016 election, Hillary’s favorability has plunged 11 points and her unfavorability has jumped 8 points since Trump’s victory.
“A report from Western Journalism noted, that ‘months after the election wrapped up, Clinton has yet to offer the party, nor her donors who have given over $1 billion to her cause, any sort of detailed accounting on why she lost the race.’
“WND reported last week Clinton blamed her loss on her gender during a closed-door gathering on ‘Women’s leadership and opportunities’ at Wellesley College, an elite East Coast school from which she graduated nearly five decades ago.
“’You know you’re going to be subject to unfair and beside-the-point criticism,’ she said in response to a question on the difficulties of women running for office.”
The only thing more prevalent than excuses in the now-defunct Clinton campaign has been rampant reliance on reverse sexism – a shallow and transparent tactic that many believe backfired immensely for the democratic nominee.
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