Hillary Clinton is confident she will secure the Democratic presidential nomination.

In fact, she’s so certain the voters will choose her, she’s switched from attacking Sanders to lashing out on assumed Republican nominee Donald Trump.

After Sanders crushed Clinton in New Hampshire, the Clinton campaign went into a frenzied panic.

The Clinton campaign, attempting to save face, had this to say:

“The Clintons are not happy and have been letting all of us know that,” said one Democratic official who speaks regularly to both. “The idea is that we need a more forward-looking message, for the primary — but also for the general election too. … There’s no sense of panic, but there is an urgency to fix these problems right now,” according to Politico.
However, in her South Carolina victory speech, Hillary remained confident and calm, wasting no time to attack Trump.

Breitbart reports:

“We don’t need to make America great. America has never stopped being great. … Instead of building walls, we need to be tearing down barriers,” a newly invigorated Clinton told a room full of supporters after her crushing 50-point victory over Bernie Sanders.

Clinton continued:

“Tomorrow, this campaign goes national. We are going to compete for every vote, in every state. We are not taking anything, and we’re not taking anyone, for granted.”

Hillary Clinton is doing everything she can to take the focus off her possible FBI indictment. In fact, her hope is the American people will forget just how severely she broke the law.

However, as American Patriot Daily  previously reported, if Hillary is found guilty she may even have her security clearance revoked.

“In my opinion, not only should she have any clearances rescinded, she should be prosecuted to a greater extent than Petraeus,” Bart Bechtel, a former CIA clandestine service officer, tells the Times.

“This blatant disregard for regulations and security is egregious. If she does not suffer severe consequences, it will demonstrate how corrupt the entire Obama administration is,” says Bechtel.

Will Hillary succeed in distracting the American people from her questionable past? Or will the American voters wake up before it’s too late?

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