Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

Hillary Wins Big in South Carolina

Beginning of the end, or end of the beginning?

Americans awoke on an otherwise peaceful Sunday to the tragic news that Hillary Clinton easily defeated Bernie Sanders in South Carolina, largely on the strength of her dominance of the African-American vote. South Carolina was the final early state ahead of this week’s Super Tuesday. Clinton is expected to sweep those races as well. Her delegate count by mid-week will likely culminate in Clinton’s coronation as the Democratic nominee in Philadelphia this summer.

The preliminary South Carolina exit polls Saturday show black voters to be an even larger part of the Democratic primary electorate than expected. A full 61 percent of voters were black to 35 percent. Clinton’s lead among South Carolina black Democrats 46 percent.

It is increasingly unclear that Sanders has a path to the nomination, especially given Clinton’s lock on super delegates. Except…

Like Pig-Pen from Peanuts, Hillary Clinton proceeds through the campaign trailed by a cloud of filth. She used an off-the-books email account for sensitive government communication while she served as secretary of state. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan (a Bill Clinton appointee) ruled State Department officials and top Clinton aides should be questioned under oath on the matter. Judge Sullivan suggested from the bench that at some point he might order the Justice Department to subpoena Clinton aide Huma Abedin — and even Clinton herself.

There are also potentially indictable offenses in the mix regarding Huma’s conflicts of interest while working at State, and of course the pay-for-play allegations with the Clinton Foundation.

Should any one of those issues bear fruit, it would very likely spell the end of the Clinton run. But absent that, or if the blow up took place too late and Hillary stuck it out to November, it looks like the beginning of the end for Bernie.