UPDATED 1:31 AM PT – Tuesday, February 15, 2022
A majority of Democrats want Hillary Clinton to be investigated for her role in the alleged invasion of 45th President Donald Trump’s campaign servers. According to data from a Techno Metrica Institute of Policy and Politics (TIPP) survey released on Monday, 66 percent of Democrats wanted an investigation even before the bombshell filing by John Durham.
Those also in favor of probe into Clinton included 75 percent of Americans who followed the Durham investigation, 91 percent of Republicans and 65 percent of independents. TIPP’s poll also found a majority of voters want more scrutiny placed on the Biden family, specifically walling off Hunter and Jim Biden off from any business involving the administration.
Meanwhile, former Democrat congresswoman and presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard slammed Hillary Clinton amid reports of alleged spying by her campaign on the Trump campaign in the 2016 election. In an interview Monday, she accused Clinton of manufacturing the “Russia collusion lie” and actively undermining democracy.
“The Durham investigation makes clear that Hillary Clinton and the power elite spied on the Trump campaign and White House, undermining our democracy, launching us into a new Cold War, endangering America and the world,” noted the congresswoman. “Clinton and her warmongers must be held accountable.
The former presidential candidate contended Clinton was motivated by selfish ambition and a desire for power and asserted she needs to be held accountable. Gabbard also warned people integral in propagating claims of Russia collusion, like National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan, are now shaping foreign policy in the Biden administration.