Hillary's Health a Right Wing Conspiracy?
Her campaign dismisses "conspiracy theories," but there may be something to it.
The growing rumors regarding Hillary Clinton’s health — whether legitimate or not — seem to be gaining traction. A recent video showing Hillary’s strange jerking reactions after a question at a coffee shop, along with recent photos of her being helped up the steps of Joe Biden’s house, have only added fuel to the ill health speculation. In 2012, Hillary suffered a concussion after a fall, which, according to Bill, “required six months of very serious work to get over.” Couple that with a blood clot found on her brain several months later, and the current speculation surrounding Clinton’s health seem not that far-fetched.
Dick Morris, former adviser to the Clintons, recently questioned Hillary’s health, noting that Hillary has been keeping an abnormally limited schedule for a presidential candidate by campaigning only four days a week. The Trump campaign has also noted some of the growing questions surrounding Clinton’s health, with Trump specifically claiming that Hillary does not have the needed stamina to be president.
Naturally, Clinton’s campaign has pushed back against the rumors, saying they are “conspiracy theories” with no legitimacy. Clinton’s doctor recently released a statement saying, “Secretary Clinton is in excellent health and fit to serve as President.” Whether or not there is any truth to the ill health rumors, it is known that Hillary does suffer from hypothyroidism, which has a variety of symptoms including fatigue, weakness and weight gain. Maybe calls for Hillary to release her medical records aren’t a bad idea.
Oh, by the way, not only might Clinton be in poor health, but a U.S. Army training presentation (appropriately) listed her as an insider security threat. The case for Clinton just keeps getting better, no?