Yes, because they dont want to rock the boat. Trump would have a severely negative impact on their bottom lines. Whether thats good or not is up to debate on both sides. As far as bengazi, every investigation including clearly partisan ones has derided the whole chain of events and those who made decisions. to say she didnt make the call isnt being truthful. I tired of hearing this bs. As far as emails, yes it was a crap move and she has apologized for it. Looking back she said that if she would have known the result of that decision, she would have just stuck to government email. I cant blame her though. For 24 years she has been scrutinized and demonized by the right. If there was something to circumvent hack politicians potentially screwing up future ambitions by taking things out of context, wouldnt you do that? Granted, it was a bad move but it certainly wasnt illegal and caused much more trouble than it prevented. If both of those things are all anyone can complain about, count me with her. Her decisions have shown a consistent and methodical thought process. Sometimes the decision was wrong, yes, but I would rather have a thoughtful person running the free world than a f-ing cowboy and self described 10x punch back attacker. This country is very, very, very important to international relations and having that man as the head of it is terrifying not only to the left in this country but the vast majority of our allies and international institutions. I would urge everyone to vote as if their retirement depended on that vote for its future existence, not abortion, guns and/or religion. Those things are just used to divide people that would normally be allied.