Every day we watch the news to see what next...what is the next thing that Hillary will have to explain, ignore or just hope will go away. Time is passing far too slow and the establishment DNC continues to tarnish this election cycle.
From the beginning the DNC has conducted underhanded moves to prevent an honest election process for democratic nominees. Scheduling minimal debates, having them opposite major sports events and times to dissuade viewing. Inhibiting news coverage for candidates running against Secretary Clinton are just a few moves that have tarnished the reputation of the democratic party. There are questions concerning caucus and primary delegate distribution that have led to lawsuits. The Associated Press News media calling her nomination early based on Super Delegates reeked of voter suppression and is still in question. There are pertinent questions as to California voting exit polls that are not answered. The email scandal is still in the background and not resolved and continues to tarnish her campaign. Just today breaking news claims that Secretary Clinton appointed a money donor to a high security position and when questioned the member resigned. His qualifications for this appointment could not be verified. These stories do little to comfort those who are Clinton fans and bring more discomfort to fans of Bernie.
The clock is ticking and perhaps that is why the process has been rushed to seat her as the nominee, to beat the clock and shorten the time her past and future can be scrutinized. One thing we can count on is every day until November will be newsworthy, be it news about Hillary or Trump.
This election cycle has stirred emotion and distrust on both sides of a political two party system and perhaps this distrust will manifest into some real change in the future and send a message to politicians of both parties that we are tired of "business as usual" and they have four years to make changes.