Hillary Clinton hasn't answered nearly enough questions, says a new website that's getting Americans to submit their top queries for the Democratic frontrunner.
The site AskHillary.com was launched Wednesday by conservatives capitalizing on the campaign story line that Clinton is full of secrets.
'One of the people on our team had the idea, I think he was very frustrated with Hillary corralling off journalists and refusing to answer questions,' said Heather Higgins, the president and CEO of Independent Women's Voice, the right-leaning group responsible for the site's creation.
If they could crowd source tough questions in a very public format, they thought, then perhaps Clinton would respond.
So far, the top two questions are about Clinton's top two scandals: Benghazi and the ongoing email saga.
THE QUESTIONS HILLARY ISN'T ANSWERING
Why did you tell the Benghazi families that you'd 'arrest and prosecute' the man who produced the so-called 'Muhammad' video when you knew at the time it had nothing to do with the attacks?
On what date did you order your server to be destroyed?
Have you watched the Planned Parenthood videos, and what is your response? What is your position on late-term abortion? In your opinion, when (if ever) is it too late to get an abortion?
Do you regret managing 'Bimbo Eruptions' by sending out James Carville and Paul Begala to insult Paula Jones, Monica Lewinsky and others while blaming a 'Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy?'
Why do you avoid the press?
'Why did you tell the Benghazi families that you'd 'arrest and prosecute' the man who produced the so-called 'Muhammad' video when you knew at the time it had nothing to do with the attacks?' is the No. 1 question with 127 votes.
When the Sept. 11, 2012 attack on Americans in Benghazi occurred, Obama administration officials blamed the attack on a mob, angry over the video 'Innocence of Muslims,' which had a physical representation of the Prophet Muhammad, and not on the Islamic militants responsible.
When Clinton testified in 2013, she made headlines by saying, 'What difference at this point does it make?' she told Congress.
'With all due respect, the fact is, we had four dead Americans. Was it because there was a protest or was it because there were guys who went out for a walk one night who decided they would kill some Americans?' Clinton said.
The more recent email scandal, which is connected to Benghazi, has also become fodder for AskHillary.com. 'On what date did you order your server to be destroyed?' is the second most popular question.
Just today, one of Clinton's aides who set up her private email server, Bryan Pagliano, said he would plead the Fifth Amendment before the House Select Committee on Benghazi.
Clinton herself will testify before the same congressional committee in October.
In previous instances, Clinton seemed to shrug off questions about the email scandal.
'What, like with a cloth or something?' Clinton memorably said when asked by a reporter if she had 'wiped the server' clean.