It's been a bad couple of weeks for Hillary Clinton.
First, her husband puts some very questionable optics on her upcoming email investigation and lobbies the AG for...well, something.
Next, the FBI Director offers up the most scathing non-indictment recommendation ever, describing Granma as everything from being too stupid (er... not sophisticated enough) to understand classified markings to being oblivious to national security concerns (reckless, anyone?).
Then, she blunders her way through the #BLM and Dallas shootings, and to top it off, Bernie Sanders spends 28 minutes explaining why he's awesome, but, vote for Hillary anyway.
Now we have all these very unfavorable poll numbers for Herself, then, the French terrorism massacre does nothing but highlight Dem's weakness on the security issue.
Maybe she's at her low water mark. Larry Kudlow on the recent flagship Ricochet podcast thinks, she's a stock still seeking a bottom. Could he be right?
This is an opportunity to see if Trump will do as I think he will, to turn this into all about his winning, and winning, and winning some more. That was the strategy in the GOP primary and now that he's turned this thing around (ok, she's in free fall, but doesn't matter)...
The entire thing is about the inevitability of Trump winning and the bandwagon effect.