Bloomberg: Hillary Clinton Will Be The Next President

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Hillary Clinton Will Be The Next President
Hillary Clinton Will Be The Next President

Bloomberg: Hillary Clinton Will Be The Next President

Data collected by Bloomberg suggests that Hillary Clinton will indeed be the next President of the United States. That’s a big leap speculatively, and it’s way too early for anyone to predict, but don’t let that stop mainstream journalism that has a love affair with the Clintons.

Even with the meteoric rise of competitor Sen. Bernie Sanders, leading in most polls, the media is still pushing Hillary regardless. The public is aware that the mainstream media has been ignoring Sen. Sanders even when he breaks records in attendance. With growing millions on his side, he still isn’t getting the press that Clinton does.

The media made tons of money covering the Clintons when Bill Clinton was in office so they’re familiar with the Clinton political machine, and the Clintons have so many allies in government, industry, and special interest groups that the press is in bed with, it’s no wonder that they’re dogging her heels.

Bloomberg figures that with their statistical data that Clinton is going to be a shoe-in, but that is unrealistic. The mainstream press is getting a beating from social media where investigative data shows that Hillary is still pals with the people and institutions that are just typical political and financial influence. It’s not that her agendas are ground breaking nor efficient. It’s the same rhetoric one would expect from the mainstream Democrats. Making broad statements about issues without displaying a comprehensive plan nor strategy to remedy anything. She’ll basically be importing the Obama administration people and supporters for a lengthy extension of Democratic ideology which makes the political mainstreamers and media comfortable.

As the nomination closes in, she’ll have to come out with all guns firing, but she can forget about the Millennials’ votes. The younger generation doesn’t trust the old guard and thanks to social media like Facebook, Clinton’s associates and actions are laid out to bare. When the last lap is being run, she’ll have lots of issues to clean up and go toe to toe with Sanders who is the only candidate of either party who is actually addressing the issues the public is concerned about, especially corruption. Clinton is hitting the standard topics but evading corruption like the plague. One would think she was a Republican the way she sidesteps the issue but Sanders does not.

That’s why the final say will be one that will define integrity, not only of Clinton but of the American people in the Democratic field. Will the public get lazy and vote for Clinton because they feel she’ll keep the Democratic status quo, or will they press her for more definitive answers on the issues of wages, education, corruption, police brutality, war, and commerce.

Clinton knows not to rock the boat too much and she’s going to ride out on her celebrity as long as possible hoping that will skate her past detailed scrutiny, but that might just be her downfall. Today’s candidates have to face 100s of millions of people worldwide who don’t get their news from the mainstream but trust more focused sources of journalism and analysis. She may be hoping that women will vote for her under the kindred spirit banner and that may get her over the hump but not enough to win the camel race.