Watch: Reporter Asks Hillary The 1 Question No One Is Supposed To- Her Response Says It All

A reporter recently posed the question to Hillary Clinton that has been on many people’s minds for months: How is she getting beaten by a self-avowed socialist?

“As you’re closing the gap here in New Hampshire, we all know anything can happen, but how is it that a socialist could even be within striking distance of you, let alone beating you?,” the reported queried. 

Clinton responded with an awkward laugh, “Well, I don’t know what’s going to happen tomorrow, I’m just going to keep working as hard as I can…”

Clinton pulled out a win in the Granite State eight years ago after falling in an upset to Barack Obama in Iowa. This year, she appears all but certain to lose — and potentially badly — to her socialist rival. The most recent Real Clear Politics average of polls has Sanders up 13 points over Clinton, though the last CNN poll gave the Vermonter a 26 point lead.

A Sanders win would come on top of the photo finish in Iowa last week, the final tally of which is still in dispute.

Politico reported Monday that members of Clinton’s campaign staff have been frustrated by the drag created on her candidacy by the email scandal. According to the report…

The candidate blamed her team for not getting her out of the mess quickly, and her team blamed Clinton for being stubbornly unwilling to take the advice of campaign chairman John Podesta and others to apologize, turn over her server and move on.

The entire experience made her a deeply vulnerable front-runner out of the gate and underscored a lack of trust between Clinton and her operatives, many of whom were former Obama staffers that she didn’t consider part of her inner circle of trust.

Her advisers were also frustrated by having to play roles for which they hadn’t been hired and were ill-suited. From the beginning, [pollster and strategist Joel] Benenson was frustrated that he was forced to split his time between defending his boss on emails and defining a path for her candidacy.

According to Politico, sources in the Clinton campaign indicated there will likely be a staff shake-up after New Hampshire, which the candidate has denied, though conceding, “We’re going to take stock” of what works.

h/t: Gateway Pundit

On Eve Of NH Primary, Hillary Just Got Blindsided By Stunning News- It’s A Game Changer

Heading into Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s lead for the Democratic presidential nomination against Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders among voters nationwide has virtually disappeared.

According to a Reuters/Ipsos poll, the two candidates are in a dead heat nationally.

Following the Iowa caucus, Clinton is currently leading Sanders, 48 percent to 45 percent among Democrat voters. The poll has a credibility interval of 5 percentage points.

The lead that Clinton enjoyed was severely diminished when the votes were tallied at the Iowa caucus.The outcome showed Clinton had received 49.84 percent while Sanders received 49.59 percent.

Democratic Party officials say that, even if they thought it was appropriate, a recount of Monday’s vote could not be done. During their first one-on-one debate on Thursday night, both candidates said it was no big deal.

Sam Lau, the communications director for the Iowa Democratic Party said in a statement. “There are no paper ballots to recount. Monday’s caucuses were a unique event that involved more than 171,000 Iowans and their neighbors at a specific time and place, an thus, they can not be re-created or recounted.”

Clinton still has the advantage of name recognition over Sanders. Almost 25 percent of Democratic voters and two-fifths of Independents are not familiar with Sanders while Clinton enjoys near total name recognition.

People are responding to the latest polls on social media pages.

On the Republican stage, businessman Donald Trump continues to lead field with 40 percent support. Although he finished in second place in the Iowa caucus, his Republican support remains consistent. Sen. Ted Cruz follows Trump with 16 percent while Sen. Marco Rubio comes in third with 13 percent.

h/t: Reuters

Breaking: Dem Officials Just Admitted Something HUGE About Iowa That Could Be Bad For Hillary

The Iowa Democratic Party confirmed on Friday that discrepancies have been found in Monday’s Iowa caucus results.

The party informed the Des Moines Register that the final tally will be altered to account for those discrepancies.

Based on reports of questionable practices in various voting precincts, Democrat candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders refused to concede the contest to Hillary Clinton.

The former secretary of state was declared the winner Monday night by just 0.2 percentage points, The Hill reported.

“Both the Sanders and Clinton campaigns have flagged a very small number of concerns for us, and we are looking at them all on a case-by-case basis,” Iowa Democratic Party spokesman Sam Lau said.

On Thursday, the Register’s editorial board called for a statewide audit of the precinct vote tallies in light of the report of irregularities election night. In a piece entitled Something Smells in the Democratic Party, the board called on the Iowa Democrat Party chairwoman Dr. Andy McGuire to:

Work with all the campaigns to audit results. Break silly party tradition and release the raw vote totals. Provide a list of each precinct coin flip and its outcome, as well as other information sought by the Register. Be transparent.

And then call for a blue ribbon commission to study how to improve the caucuses, as the Republican Party of Iowa did after its own fiasco in 2012. Monday’s mess showed that it’s time for the Democrats to change, too.


Huge New Revelation About Hated Pharma CEO Martin Shkreli Looks Horrible For Dems

After former drug company CEO Martin Shkreli appeared before members of Congress to answer for his actions, one just might think he was on drugs instead of just manufacturing them. However, Democrats may be more embarrassed still because of another thing Shkreli has done with his money.

Shkreli is the former CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals who became notorious for jacking up the price of the popular AIDS drug Daraprim from $13.50 a pill to $750 overnight.

It wasn’t long before he was arrested and charged with securities fraud. For one thing, it was discovered that one of the reasons he was inflating prices was because he was trying to finance his struggling company. But his arrest came as a result of an investigation into what prosecutors called a “quasi-Ponzi scheme” perpetrated in the early 2000s when he was a hedge fund manager and the chief of the biopharmaceutical company Retrophin.

Finally this month, he was brought before a congressional committee to testify about his actions. But the troubled businessman appeared to smirk his way through his appearance before the committee–and, invoking his Fifth Amendment rights, refused to answer any of the questions put to him.

Immediately after his testimony, Shkreli took to Twitter to call the congressmen he met there “imbeciles.”

In spite of this behavior on his part, Democrats may be even more embarrassed to find out Shkreli is a big Democrat donor.

As the liberal blog The Progressive Midwesterner discovered, Shkreli donated $33,400 to the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) in July of last year.

The CEO also posted his support of socialist Democrat presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders.

h/t: The Gateway Pundit

Watch Closely: Stunning Thing Moderator Gives To Dem Candidates After Debate Would NEVER Happen To Repubs

The latest Democratic presidential debate took place Thursday night, and it was a one-on-one debate between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. While one of the debate’s most intense confrontations arguably stemmed from Clinton’s accusation that Sanders’ campaign was engaged in an “artful smear” of Clinton’s relationship with Wall Street, both agreed to avoid dwelling on media scandals involving the two candidates. But it’s what happened after the intense debate that has a lot of people talking.

One might say the tension between presidential candidate Donald Trump and Fox News moderator Megyn Kelly was contrasted starkly when MSNBC moderator Rachel Maddow hugged Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton after the debate was over.

One of the first to notice the embraces was Brit Hume.

One could say the Fox and Friends hosts had a heyday with Maddow hugging the candidates. Steve Doocy said, “It’s hard to ask a hard question when secretly you just want to hug ’em.” Geraldo Rivera jumped in: “But wasn’t it revealing though, that’s the point. When Rachel Maddow comes up and hugs Hillary Clinton, it’s like saying, ‘Never mind. I didn’t mean any of that.’” Having the last word, Brian Kilmeade asked, “Have you ever seen the refs hug Peyton Manning at the end of the game?”

The warm and fuzzy relationship Clinton apparently has with the media has been a cause for criticism since the campaign began in 2015, with some even saying the media is shielding Clinton from tough moderators and difficult lines of questioning.