What word immediately comes to mind when you think of Hillary Clinton?
Sure, ‘liar’ is almost a certainty. Hillary has consistently struggled in polling when it comes to honesty and trustworthiness. And this recent viral video of her lying for 13-minutes straight doesn’t exactly help. In fact a brand new poll shows that only 19% of voters consider her “honest and straightforward.”
It is another word however, that might surprise you in a hilarious sort of way. MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki had to deliver the heartbreaking news to his viewers.
The two words most associated with Democrat front-runner, Hillary Clinton, are ‘liar’ and … ‘nauseated.’
Via the Daily Caller:
MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki revealed some tough news for Hillary Clinton including only 19 percent of voters consider her “honest and straightforward” and the words most associated with her are “nauseated” and “liar.”
Thursday during MSNBC Live, Kornacki said “the problem for Hillary Clinton with the e-mail issue right now, her line for the past year has been: ‘The State Department allowed this. This has been confirmed by the State Department. They approved this.’ Well, this new report, this inspector general’s report from the State Department says Hillary Clinton did not seek approval from the State Department to have her own private e-mail server, to conduct official business on, and that that the State Department would not have approved it if she sought it.”
Kornacki acknowledged that the email report “could bring [Clinton’s honest numbers] even lower.”
The MSNBC host then showed a word cloud on the screen that included words like liar, not trustworthy, sick, nauseated, scandals, and that the Clinton Foundation was corrupt.
Watch the segment below …
Kornacki noted that Donald Trump’s numbers on the issue of honesty are fairly bad as well. In fact, in any other election cycle, his 35% polling number would be considered terrible. Yet, that is nearly double what ‘Crooked Hillary’ is getting these days.
This screen grab from the MSNBC segment is absolutely devastating:
It’s also interesting to note that one of the phrases that shows up is ‘moving to Canada.’ We’ve seen countless stories of celebrities saying they’d move out of the country if Trump is elected, but we haven’t heard a thing about it when it comes to Hillary. The media might want to get on that.
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Cross-posted at The Political Insider