Did you watch Trump’s acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention? If you didn’t, what do you think was the high point of his speech? If you said Hillary Clinton’s email scandal, you are right.
Trump spoke about how people are victimized by a corrupt political system.
“And when a secretary of state illegally stores her emails on a private server, deletes 33,000 of them so the authorities can’t see her crime, puts our country at risk, lies about it in every different form and faces no consequence — I know that corruption has reached a level like never before.”
Republicans have no doubt about it. The Clinton’s are crooked, they just haven’t been caught by the right folks yet. Now, some Democrats are finally getting the message.
Here’s what Joseph Gil posted on social media, “I was a life long Democrat but will vote for Trump.”
Watch the video at Conservative Tribune and see the people’s reaction displayed on a graph as Trump speaks.
Conservative Tribune reports:
Data gathered from a focus group during Donald Trump’s nomination acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention Thursday indicated his “highest” moment, and it was one that could hurt Democrat rival Hillary Clinton come November.
Frank Luntz told Sean Hannity that there was one specific moment in Trump’s speech that stood out for the members of focus group, and it rated higher than anything else from the convention’s past four days.
Can you guess what it was? If you’re thinking it had to with corrupt Hillary Clinton and her email scandal, you would be right.