After LA Times endorses Hillary, look what happens to its presidential poll

To the surprise of exactly no one, the Los Angeles Times endorsed Hillary Clinton for president on Friday. In its editorial, the Times said, Hillary Clinton is one of the best prepared candidates to seek the presidency in many years. As a first lady, a Democratic senator from New York and secretary of State in President Obama’s first term, she immersed herself in the details of government…

You mean she immersed herself in the details of how to covertly use a private email server to transmit classified information and funnel millions of dollars from foreign donors currying favor with the State Department into her family foundation?

Or perhaps the Times is referring to how she immersed herself in the details of lying about a stupid video to deflect attention from a coordinated attack on the U.S. diplomatic annex in Benghazi.

Yes, Mrs. Clinton has “immersed herself” in something, but I’d choose a different word that begins with “s” and ends with “t.”

While the left-leaning editorial board of the LA Times has its opinion about Hillary Clinton, the “little people,” the poor schlubs who’d have to live under Hillary’s policy have theirs.

Check out what’s happening on the LA Times/USC/Dornslife poll.

Granted this poll has seen its share of ups and downs, but the arrow points to the moment the Times published its endorsement. Not saying there’s a definite cause and effect, but it is interesting.


Also interesting to see Hillary’s trajectory on this poll as she heads into the debate tomorrow night. Should be a doozy…


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