Just because the right wants to portray Hillary as a demonic criminal doesn't mean that she is. I understand that many people do not like her personality (I assume this has a lot to do with her being a strong woman who has been in politics for 30 years), but the whataboutism with Hillary when Trump's...umm...downfalls are brought up is purely comical. Please, just stop it with Hillary - she did not win the election (actually, she did) and she is not our current disgraceful president.
She is just as horrible and dishonest of a person and I would argue more criminal. She has no redeeming qualities and Democrats have no room to shame Republicans for voting for Trump given whom they nominated. So whataboutism is very valid.
This feels like just trying to insist an equivalence into existence - Hillary doesn't have a campaign manager and personal lawyer in jail, the latter in part for a felony she ordered, multiple top aides as convicted felons, multiple counts of obstruction that only being President is forestalling indictment on, a lifetime ban from running a charity, a $25 million settlement for defrauding thousands with a fake scam "university", hiding her tax returns after insisting she'd release them, etc etc. Let alone a hot mic recording where she spontaneously brags about committing serial sexual assault or repeatedly attacking American law enforcement to cover for a foreign election attack that she aided and abetted. She's also nowhere near as dishonest as Trump by any means anyone has ever devised to measure it; of course no politician is. There's no coherent argument to equate the two without wholesale eliding or just making stuff up.
I think when the vitriol gets this intense and extreme but none of the dozens of partisan investigations ever turn up anything, that it's something much more visceral at play than anything she's actually said or done, as jambr noted.