I honestly feel that both presidential candidates are horrible. They both have their hideous flaws and will contribute nothing to this country. Trump is an idiot man baby. And Clinton is corrupt politician. To me they are both racists, they both flip-flop on issues, and lie. Trump has deluded himself into thinking hes a mega successful billionaire and Clinton let a 35 year old rapist off scott free after he raped a 13 year old girl and called African Americans "super predators"
Correction: Trump is unqualified. Pure and simple. There is no label you can put him under in which he would suddenly become qualified to be President of the United States of America. And if he were to hold that title, it would be in title, and we would likely be being led by Mike Pence — a man who cost his own state an insane amount of money and was willing to shut down the government in an effort to keep women from their fundamental rights.
And regarding your Clinton accusations:
The child rape case Fact Checked. For those too hard headed to click into it: The man was 41, the child was 12. She never volunteered for this case. She was appointed to the case by a judge while she was a young lawyer, because the client asked for a woman. She asked to be removed from the case because she didn’t want to defend the man, and had her request denied. From there on, she was doing her job, as a lawyer, unfortunate though it may have been. Years later, she laughed during an interview while recalling bizarre details about the case, such as how her client’s ability to pass a polygraph test permanently destroyed her faith in them.
Superpredators Fact Checked, and in context. And again, for those too bull-nosed to click: “But we also have to have an organized effort against gangs,” Hillary Clinton said in a C-SPAN video clip. “Just as in a previous generation we had an organized effort against the mob. We need to take these people on. They are often connected to big drug cartels, they are not just gangs of kids anymore. They are often the kinds of kids that are called superpredators — no conscience, no empathy. We can talk about why they ended up that way, but first, we have to bring them to heel.”
“The full context of this incident does link children and superpredators, but nowhere in the speech does she directly label African-American youth this way.”