The media is concerned with Trump’s health – while the American public is concerned with Hillary’s.
Earlier this week, a photo surfaced on the Drudge Report that showed Hillary struggling to get up a set of stairs along with this headline. Surprisingly, the photo dates back to February, not nobody had noticed it yet.
It sparked debate over her health as a whole. She’s had numerous coughing fits in public, strange lesions on her tongue, exaggerated reactions, and even what looks like a seizure.
According to some insiders, Hillary needs a lengthy resting period after a speech. Also remember that it’s been nearly a year since she’s had a press conference – could that be because she can’t handle the stress it would induce?
People want to know, and according to Rasmussen:
59% of voters also now believe all major presidential candidates should release at least their most recent medical records to the public. That’s up dramatically from 38% in May 2014 when questions about Clinton’s health were first being raised. Thirty percent (30%) don’t think candidates should have to release their recent medical records, while 11% are undecided.
Interestingly, Democrats (62%) believe even more strongly than Republicans (58%) and voters not affiliated with either major party (57%) that presidential candidates should release their recent medial records. Most Republicans (59%) favor release of the most recent tax returns, but they’re less supportive than Democrats (77%) and unaffiliateds (63%) are.
Democrats are asking for it – and hopefully that leads to a delivery. When Hillary’s health records are made public, I wouldn’t be shocked if an October Surprise is imminent.