Top Google Searches for 'Hillary Clinton' Will Make You feel Vindicated...
We're always happy when we can write a headline about Hillary Clinton that tends to be bad news for her (see CAUGHT: Hillary Openly Admits Obamacare’s Created Unemployment… and GQ’s Worst Person of the Year is… Hillary Clinton?). Good news for us and the rest of the country, but bad news for her. And while we look for bad news about Hillary, ever wonder what voters as a whole are curious about?
Prior to the Democrat Debate, when people were searching her name in the Google, it wasn't about her tax plan or thoughts on income inequality...
Questions about Hillary Clinton’s involvement in a myriad of scandals have dominated Google in the hours before the NBC Democratic debate, MSNBC reported Sunday. Daniel Sieberg, a senior marketing manager at Google, said that the most popular questions about Clinton pertain to the Benghazi scandal.
“With Hillary Clinton we see things like, ‘Will Hillary Clinton get prosecuted?’ Questions around the Benghazi hearings,” Sieberg said.
The top question, according to Google Trends, was whether Clinton would be prosecuted. The second most searched question doubted whether Clinton would be nominated, and the third inquired how she broke the law.
As funny as all this is, and it is funny, we do have to remember that this woman is running for president. She has been involved in a ton of scandals, ranging from a secret email server which (ALLEGEDLY) held top secret information. She's also (ALLEGEDLY) covered up Bill Clinton's rape and sexual assault victims. Then there are the four men who died in Benghazi, but what difference, at this point, does it make?
Here's the silver-lining: American people are waking up. What the MSNBC's report tells us is people are searching for information on Clinton's scandals on their own. They're not taking the mainstream media's Clinton-provided (ALLEGEDLY) talking points to heart. Makes me feel like drawing rainbows all over the stop signs outside.
Bad news? She's still running for president. A criminal is running for president. When was the last time you Googled "will Such and Such Presidential candidate get prosecuted"? Uh huh.
What terms do you Google when it comes to Hillary? Send your best (CLEAN) jokes to @Courtneyscoffs.