The issue of Hillary Clinton’s health is, much to the chagrin of the mainstream sycophantic media, a legitimate issue of concern. Her abbreviated campaign schedules and her public coughing fits, along with myriad pictures of Clinton needing physical aid to maneuver, conjure legitimate questions about whether or not she is healthy enough to be president.
A newly assembled timeline of alleged email correspondence between Hillary Clinton and her staff – and among her staff themselves – intimates Clinton is, indeed, in fragile health. SubjectPolitics.com has put together a collection of emails it contends are authentic and prove her ill-health. Coupled with a popular YouTube montage of Clinton’s increasingly frequent coughing fits, the information leads to questions.
Dr. Lisa Bardack, a physician claiming to be in the personal service of Clinton, has issued what amounts to a blog-style statement stating that Clinton is “fit to serve as President of the United States.” Clinton has fought, at every turn, to keep the total of her medical records hidden from the public.
A 2009 email from Clinton crony Sidney Blumenthal reads, “Hope you are resting comfortably…take this as an excuse to get some much needed rest…many, many people are thinking of you.” These are not the words of a friend to an exhausted pal—these are words of concern.
Another 2009 email, this time from Kevin O’Keefe: in a request for time to discuss a potential favor, O’Keefe writes, “Let me know when you are well enough for me to ask you to do a few things.” Well enough? This email was from 2009. Her major health issue—the fainting spell that led to the blood clot in the brain—didn’t occur until 2012.
In 2011, Hillary Clinton allegedly requested information from Jake Sullivan on a drug called Provigil. The source indicated that Clinton was researching the drug for what was termed “decision fatigue.” The fact of the matter is that the drug is predominantly prescribed to treat excessive sleepiness associated with narcolepsy, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s, and multiple sclerosis.
In 2013, after her concussion and associated blood clot in the brain, State Department official Monica Haley conversed with Huma Abedin about going over a critical document with Clinton but not being able to because Clinton was “napping.” Abedin re-tasked Haley to make sure and follow-up on the issue because Clinton “is often confused.”
And in the last two years, many pictures and videos have surfaced depicting Clinton as physically unstable to the point of needing aides to exit vehicles, climb stairs, and even stand erect at campaign events.
Donald Trump on Monday told ABC News David Muir he is going to release the total of his medical records. Trump said if his Democrat rival wants to make her medical history public, he would do the same. When Muir asked why Trump wouldn’t go first, Trump replied, “I might do that, I might do that. In fact, now that you ask, I think I will do that.”
Clinton responded by once again trotting out the tired subject of Donald Trump’s tax returns and demanding their release—convenient when a pro-Clinton IRS is conducting an audit of the billionaire’s returns.
The issue of Hillary Clinton’s health is not a “conspiracy theory,” and it’s not a machination of the “Great Right-Wing Conspiracy” machine. It is a legitimate concern growing amongst the American people. The only person not being transparent in it all is an obviously ailing Hillary Clinton.
Maybe her doctor can write another prescription for that.
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