After her collapse at the 9/11 memorial on Sunday, it was revealed that Hillary Clinton had been diagnosed with pneumonia two days prior. Did she plan on keeping that information from the public? The answer is an obvious yes – as we should’ve expected to hear of it on the Friday she was diagnosed (unless the diagnosis itself is fictional, only being used to mask even bigger problems).
Previously Hillary had maintained that she had zero health problems whatsoever – yet refused to release any of her medical records. Now we know why. She had hoped she could ride-out her sickness, continuing to campaign until it passed, and thus nobody would ever know.
It’s almost as if there was something to the “conspiracies” against her.
It raises an even bigger question of what the costs of her deception was. Not only did she likely worsen her own health in the process (which should give you a hint of her priorities), she exposed a number of other people to her sickness. As Girls Just Wanna Have Guns reported:
Hillary Clinton embraced a young child after leaving her daughter’s apartment – despite suffering from pneumonia.
The Democratic presidential candidate was diagnosed with the illness after she collapsed at an ‘incredibly stifling’ 9/11 ceremony in New York.
Pneumonia is a contagious illness that is spread from person-to-person when small droplets of water that contain the bacteria get into the air and people breathe them in.
Those infected usually spread the disease by sneezing while in close contact with others, who then breathe in the bacteria, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
William Schaffner, an infectious disease expert at Vanderbilt University, said: ‘Candidates are constantly out in enclosed spaces, face to face with myriads of people. It’s an ideal opportunity for the transmission of a respiratory virus.’
Clinton was diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday and given antibiotics but had become dehydrated at the event in New York.
Remember, the pneumonia diagnosis could all be a hoax in itself. Perhaps she didn’t really expose people to pneumonia, but has an even more serious (non-contagious) condition.
It wasn’t until much later in the day following Hillary’s collapse that the pneumonia diagnosis was released by the campaign. Why the delay? Did the Hillary Campaign debate what false diagnosis they should release to the public beforehand?
Even that information doesn’t completely answer all questions. Clinton and her supporters have dismissed such questions about her health and her stamina as the stuff of conspiracy theorists for years. That cover story may have just gone up in smoke, and all eyes are now on her.
As is the case of all of Hillary’s scandals, the facts are going to catch up to her sooner or later. Let’s just hope it comes before November 8th.