That number represents something very significant. It's significant because it's very difficult to find another ranking on Gallup's website lower than that number in the last 40+ years. Just check out the graph below from Gallup's website...
So, Where is the biggest corruption taking place in American Politics that affects most Americans?
Look no further than the current 2016 Presidential Election taking place right now, and a woman by the name of Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
Who is Debbie Wasserman Schultz and what is she doing?
Debbie Wasserman Schultz is the current National chair of the Democratic National Committee. She was also the co-chair for Hillary Clinton's unsuccessful run for President in 2008.
The Democratic National Committee is who plans and schedules the amount of debates taking place in presidential elections.
When you look at the 2008 Democratic primaries, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton had a grand total of 25 debates.
Most of these debates were aired on television, and were a way for the every day American to learn more about the potential candidates running for President of The United States Of America.
With Debbie Schultz as the current chair for the National Democratic Committee, there was only 6 debates scheduled for the 2016 candidates.
Yes, you read that correctly. Only 6 debates compared to the 25 that Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama got in 2008.
Not only that, but they were scheduled for very obscure times too.
Having someone like Debbie Wasserman Schultz as the chair for the DNC is BAD for all Americans.
BAD because she takes away from the heart and soul of what America was founded on...Freedom.
That's all we want. Freedom. Not shady politics going down in Washington DC and extreme political bias going on for one of the most important elections that takes place in our land.
As the national chair, you should strive to make Americans proud...not grimace with disgust at what you do for them.
The DNC chair should be working hard to make sure that the common American finds out about ALL candidates running for President in the Democratic party, and not just the one whose campaign they endorsed in the last election cycle in 2008...
Does Debbie Wasserman Schultz need to go?
Let us know what you think in the comments below...