- Her husband lied under oath to Congress while he was President, and lied repeatedly on camera to the American people when asked about the nature of his relationship with a White House intern;
- Her husband is known to have LOST the "football"- the card holding the launch codes to America's nuclear arsenal, which is kind of a bigger deal than just misplacing, say, your freakin' credit card;
- The Hilldebeast herself lied, repeatedly, for ten straight days about the precise nature and motivations behind the attack on the American mission complex in Benghazi, Libya, in 2012, to the American people- even though she knew damned well that it was a premeditated Islamist attack on American property and personnel;
- She denied requests for additional security from Ambassador Christopher Stevens at the Benghazi complex, and in so doing is at minimum indirectly responsible for the deaths of four Americans;
- She lied about the willful misplacement, removal, and destruction of US government property;
- She is plainly guilty of gross negligence in handling classified information and documents
One should not expect any politician to be any kind of paragon of virtue. Politicians are human- flawed, fallible, and susceptible to any number of temptations.
But it takes a special kind of evil to be so willing to walk around with blood on one's hands, lies on one's tongue, and utter loathing for the American people in one's heart, while still wearing a smile.
Here in the real world, we refer to someone like that by a special word:
psychopathn. A person with a personality disorder indicated by a pattern of lying, cunning, manipulating, glibness, exploiting, heedlessness, arrogance, delusions of grandeur, sexual promiscuity, low self-control, disregard for morality, lack of acceptance of responsibility, callousness, and lack of empathy and remorse. Such an individual may be especially prone to violent and criminal offenses.
And, astoundingly, incredibly, impossibly, she is being taken absolutely seriously in her quest for ultimate power, by something approaching 40% of the electorate (depending on who you're asking, obviously).