In light of the stunning revelations unveiled by John Durham regarding Hillary Clinton’s surveillance of Donald J. Trump during the 2016 election style, several voters have become deeply disturbed, especially given the implications Clinton’s actions have for democracy.
According to data from a recently released poll, approximately two-thirds, or 66 percent, of Democrats want to see Clinton face an investigation for any influence she may have had or any role she may have played in manufacturing alleged ties between Russia and Trump in an effort to smear him.
The TechnoMetrica Institute of Policy and Politics (TIPP) poll also noted that the 66 percent marks a full 20 percent increase since the same question was asked in October 2021.
Recent court documents from Special Counsel John Durham’s investigation illustrated that the Clinton campaign team, along with a shadowy figure identified only as “Tech Executive 1,” made a concentrated effort to infiltrate all the computer servers at not only Trump Towers, but also a Trump-owned apartment building in New York City.
The efforts were not restricted to New York City, as the same conspirators also attempted to penetrate the servers of the White House after Trump was sworn in, all in an effort to obtain data and suggest highly nefarious ties between Russia and Trump. Moreover, these efforts served to distract from Clinton’s disastrous email controversy, which had been gaining increased attention in the press.
According to the TIPP poll, whose results were detailed by the New York Post, a full 91 percent of Republicans want Clinton to face investigation, as well as 65 percent of independent voters.
In addition, 71 percent of Republicans and 71 percent of Democrats also want Hunter Biden separated from any type of business associated with the federal government, especially with his father currently at the helm.
Lastly, 46 percent of Americans remark that the media has generally done either a “poor” or “fair” job with regards to covering stories about the Biden family’s influence peddling.
A total of 1,308 Americans were surveyed in January 2022. No specific margin of error was provided.