North Carolina GOP Director Dallas Woodhouse pushed back at the North Carolina NAACP on MSNBC this week after the group claimed county election officials were unfairly suppressing minority voter turnout. The NAACP filed a lawsuit demanding the officials restore the voter registrations they had canceled because of returned mailing, and a federal judge ruled on Friday that they had to comply.
Woodhouse, however, does not believe the NAACP's allegations and pointed to what he said is the actual source of low voter turnout: a Democratic "depression problem."
In other words, people aren't showing up to the polls because they know that come Inauguration Day, Hillary Clinton may be wearing some metallic hardware.
"People in America don't trust her," he said, while holding up a pair of handcuffs. "That's why Democrats have a depression problem. There is no suppression problem."
While the MSNBC anchor was appalled Woodhouse would bring a "prop" on the show, Woodhouse did not retreat from his argument.
It may be a flashy one, but Woodhouse has a point. The FBI recently announced they were reopening its investigation into former Secretary of State Clinton's email scandal. Judging by the polling, Americans were pleased with the decision. In the latest McClatchey survey, a majority of voters said they believe Clinton acted illegally by having a privater email server while dealing with classified intel.
So, we ask, is it really that far-fetched to believe Clinton could end up behind bars?