The top questions potential voters are asking Google about Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton are how old she is, how much money she has, and when she’ll be indicted by federal law enforcement authorities.
Data compiled by Google Trends reveals many people are concerned about what will happen if Hillary Clinton runs into trouble with the law for keeping a private, unsecured e-mail server during her tenure as secretary of State.
Fox News’ Bret Baier reported on Wednesday that agency sources said an indictment in connection to pay-for-play activity involving the Clinton Foundation and the State Department during her tenure as secretary was likely, “barring some obstruction in some way” from the Department of Justice.
FBI agents say they found new evidence recovered from Anthony Weiner’s laptop, including previously undiscovered e-mails from her private server, which spurred the FBI to re-open the investigation. Weiner is recently separated from his wife, Huma Abedin, who is a longtime aide to Hillary Clinton. He is currently under FBI investigation after allegedly sharing illicit photos of himself with a 15-year-old girl. The newly discovered e-mails on Weiner’s laptop are reportedly between Hillary and Huma, according to FBI sources.
These questions about Hillary Clinton’s age and wealth seem to confirm the perception that Hillary Clinton is an out-of-touch woman who has skirted the law largely because she is rich and powerful. After all, this is the same woman who hasn’t driven herself since 1996, and broke federal rules by sharing classified information on a private e-mail server which was housed in a bathroom and less secure than a Gmail account.