Hillary Clinton suffered an embarrassing defeat at the hands of a political newcomer. Of course, this repudiation of her at the ballot box is just the start of her worries. Top Republicans are not going to be content with her historic loss.
Jason Chaffetz, who is the chairman of the United States House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, had a stern warning for Hillary Clinton. He essentially said his office wasn’t done investigating her because Clinton created a huge security breach and put our country at risk.
The overarching theme of this committee has continually been that Clinton is not a political target. There are other reasons why Chaffetz and other leading Republicans are seeking to continue the investigation into her.
The dominant characterization is this: Hillary Clinton is a career criminal. Even before Bill Clinton ran for president in 1992, she was complicit in many different scandals including Whitewater, Cattle Futures-gate, and Trooper-gate.
When they first came on the national scene, Bill loved to claim that he and Hillary were “two for the price of one.” However, as the years went by and we all settled in to the reality of a Democrat White House, many quickly got buyer’s remorse at their immense scandals.
For all of those past White House scandals, we kind of got it. Yes, Bill liked to chase skirts. Yes, Hillary had some dishonest dealings, but once they got out of office, that’s when the scandals grew even larger. At the end of the day, the Clintons’ personal scandals don’t really carry much weight with the average American. They are off-putting, but they are something many could overlook.
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