If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it,I read the other day that something like sixty-seven percent of Americans don't think that Hillary is trustworthy. It's the big lie that people have come to believe.
people will eventually come to believe it. -Joseph Goebbels
In the course of a single conversation, I have been assured that Hillary is cunning and manipulative but also crass, clueless, and stunningly impolitic; that she is a hopelessly woolly-headed do-gooder and, at heart, a hardball litigator; that she is a base opportunist and a zealot convinced that God is on her side. What emerges is a cultural inventory of villainy rather than a plausible depiction of an actual person. -Henry Louis Gates, Jr.Is Clinton perfect? No. Is she one-hundred percent honest? Absolutely not! She's a politician, after all. But the idea that she is uniquely untrustworthy is complete and utter nonsense. Stop believing it.
On the contrary, by the standards of politicians, she is quite trustworthy.
So where does all this misleading information about Clinton come from?
And who is she really?
Some essential reading:
If you have doubts about how to vote in November, you really should give her another look.