November 13, 2015

I REMEMBER WHEN IT WAS JUST PARANOID WINGNUTS WHO FELT THIS WAY: Poll: Most think Clinton’s emails unethical or illegal.

Nearly 7 in 10 Americans think Hillary Clinton acted either unethically or illegally by using a private email server while secretary of State, a new poll says.

Approximately 68 percent believe the Democratic presidential candidate behaved inappropriately in some fashion, according to the McClatchy-Marist survey.

It said that 40 percent believe Clinton used her personal storage device unethically but not illegally. Another 28 percent, it said, think Clinton broke the law.

An additional 27 percent believed Clinton did nothing wrong, while 5 percent had no opinion.

Thursday’s results come as the FBI is expanding its investigation into Clinton’s emails, according to Fox News.

Agents are probing her messages beyond a provision involving “gross negligence” with sensitive national intelligence, it said that morning.

They are now investigating whether statements Clinton or her aides made violate a federal statute on providing “materially false” information, the news outlet added.

Americans are also split over whether Clinton has adequately addressed her handling of the 2012 terrorist attacks on a U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, the poll additionally found.

It discovered that 49 percent believe she has sufficiently answered questions about the incident.

Another 45 percent say that Republicans should keep investigating the matter, despite Clinton’s testimony before the House Select Committee on Benghazi late last month.

Hillary’s baggage is mostly out of sight on TV, but it’s heavy.

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