Hillary is giving up on the key battleground state of Ohio due to her falling numbers with white voters, according to CNN.
“It’s been 20 days since Hillary Clinton stepped foot into this classic battleground state, and she’s not expected to visit it again in the month of September,” reported CNN’s Jeff Zeleny. “That is a nod to the political reality they’re facing her campaign.”
“She is struggling mightily with white voters.”
Zeleny noted that the Clinton campaign hasn’t “written off” Ohio and would push back insisting they’re still spending money and resources there.
“But Ohio, the mother of all battleground states, is not in her wheelhouse anymore,” he added.
Zeleny then pointed out that as of Sunday – the day before the historic presidential debate – CNN’s self-described “poll of polls” puts Trump at 43% to Clinton’s 38%, but defended her decision saying that Ohio has been slipping down her list of priorities because she doesn’t necessarily need Ohio to win the 270 electoral votes needed to secure the nomination.
He still had sad news for Ohio Democrats.
“For Democrats in Ohio hoping to see her again, she’s not been there since Labor Day, and she’s not coming back.”
Hillary’s blatant disregard for her supporters has been documented on numerous occasions, from gouging her poorest supporters to condescendingly instructing fans to get in the back of the line for an autograph.
Her hubris and sense of entitlement has brought her to expect that her supporters will follow her no matter what she’s says or does to them, including Ohio Democrats.