Are the questions surrounding Hillary’s health nothing more than conspiracies?
Earlier this month, the Drudge Report ran a cover story questioning the Presidential candidate’s health. They posted a photo that originated on Getty Images appearing to show Hillary Clinton needing help up a flight of stairs. Since then, there’s been increased scrutiny surrounding her health.
Hillary did suffer a brain clot in 2013, and half of those who suffer a brain clot have recurring seizures afterward. In other words, when Hillary looks like she’s seizing on video (which you can watch below), there a 50% chance that she actually is. Paul Joseph Watson explains a number of other potential health problems that Hillary might have in the viral video below, which has attracted nearly four million views.
Whether or not you want to address his arguments are mere “conspiracies,” he does raise questions worth answering. CNN’s Dr. Drew expressed concerns about Hillary’s health…. and was promptly fired from the network days alter. One writer for the Huffington Post penned a piece about Watson’s video… and had his article deleted and was fired.
While liberals are quick to cry “conspiracy,” why are they covering this up? After all, Hillary Clinton could put these questions to rest my simply releasing her health records. Donald Trump has pledged to release his if Hillary is to release hers, but she hasn’t taken him up on that offer.
Now, Dr. Drew isn’t the only doctor who has questions. In fact, you can add President Barack Obama’s former personal physician to that list.
Via Allen West
resident Obama’s former physician said that he believes Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton should have a neurological examination due to her history of brain injury.
During an interview on CNN, Dr. David Scheiner argued that Clinton’s note from her doctor isn’t enough. The letter details that Clinton had follow-up testing in 2013 that showed a full recovery from a concussion and that she tested negative for clotting disorders.
“I think she should have had a neurological examination, a thorough neurological examination in 2016,” Scheiner said Tuesday night. “We know what happens to football players who have had concussions, how they begin to lose some of their cognitive ability. I think both of them should release their records.”
“I think you need real details, I think you need actual medical records,” he continued. “I’d like to know his height and weight. He looks a little bit overweight to me.”
Yesterday Hillary’s vice presidential running mate Tim Kaine said that voters deserve to know if candidates are in good enough health to perform their duties, and I think we all agree.
David Scheiner, by the way, is no Republican looking to take down Hillary Clinton – he’s voting for her. When even he thinks her health is suspect, liberals should start taking these concerns seriously.