From the Trump thread where a recent New York Times article falsely claimed the Clinton emails were under a criminal investigation: NYT Op Ed: A Clinton Story Fraught With Inaccuracies: How It Happened and What Next? If people dislike candidate Clinton yet can't say specifically why except her 'image', the first thought that comes to my mind is an undercurrent of sexism. Not saying that's accurate, and certainly not conscious sexism, but as long as we're drawing conclusions based on 'impressions', well, that's mine. I have specific complaints about Clinton, I'm not saying I don't. But Clinton is competent, and she's Progressive, and she's clearly being judged by a different standard than her male counterparts. Just like Obama has been treated with serious disrespect by many Republican legislators and even one SCOTUS judge, one can't help but see an apparent undercurrent of racism. The image of Clinton being dishonest and lacking integrity has all that sexist double standard built right in. I'm not accusing anyone of outright sexism. I think this kind of undercurrent bias is buried deep within people's subconsciousness. A black President's nationality is questioned when no one blinks at the white candidate Cruz, who truly wasn't born on US soil. A female candidate who hasn't done anything her male counterparts haven't been doing since the beginning of the country becomes criminally dishonest. 'Sexist' NYT, Politico coverage of Hillary Clinton ripped My suggestion, when you find yourself simply disliking Clinton, ask yourself honestly what that is specifically based on.