If you’d spent the last year listening to only left-wing journalists, you’d have a pretty rosy picture of Hillary Clinton. Sure, there’s some concern about her status as a throwback candidate, and there’s an occasional acknowledgment of her scandals, but the criticism is fleeting. She is the rightful heir to the presidency, and any concerns are trivialities – most of them are cooked up by Republicans, and they’re easily addressed.
Under the surface, however, lurked Hillary’s “trust” numbers. Depending on which sycophant was talking, the idea that Hillary was untrustworthy was either A: Nonexistent, B: Overblown, or C: A tiny hurdle