What’s Wrong With Her? Hillary Wears Heavy Coat and Black Pants to Nantucket Fundraiser… In August

There has been wild speculation for years about Hillary Clinton’s health condition. We know she takes some medicine for her heart and blood, but she has so-far refused to release her medical records. Additionally, she suffered a blood clot in her brain years ago, and 50% of those who suffer such a condition later suffer from recurring seizures.

But the American people deserve to know the health of every candidate running for president. Hillary Clinton is 68 years old, and she’s applying for the most stressful job in the world.

Her health issues have become brought into the spotlight once again, and taken center stage as speculation grows. Photos showing Clinton being helped up a set of stairs by multiple individuals outside what appears to be a home went viral the past month.

The photos, published by Reuters and Getty in February but only now gaining national attention, show the 68-year-old candidate with aides holding her arms as she ascends the stairs.Here’s just the latest story putting Hillary’s health into question.

Via The Gateway Pundit

Hillary Clinton has no campaign rallies scheduled for the foreseeable future.
Her calendar only includes a few fundraisers.

The mainstream media defended Hillary saying her strategy was “going small”.

But there’s something going on.

This weekend Hillary wandered out for a fundraiser in Nantucket.

She wore black pants and a heavy (wool?) coat… In August… at an outdoor fundraiser.


It wasn’t a blast of unusually cold weather that made her do it — other women are seen looking very comfortable wearing their sleeveless summer dresses. But Hillary? She looks like she’s prepared to campaign in Alaska.

Also, just a bonus fact: she hoped on a private jet for a 20 mile flight for that stop… will the global warming alarmists care about that one?

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