Clinton cited concussion for being unable to recall details regarding private email server
September 2, 2016
Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton cited health issues related to a 2012 concussion as recently as two months ago during an interview with the FBI, documents released by the agency Friday show.
During a July 2 interview with the FBI over her use of a private email server amid her tenure in the state department, Clinton claimed she was unable to recall certain details when asked about receiving instruction on preserving records due to a concussion she received in 2012.
“Clinton stated she received no instructions or direction regarding the preservation or production of records from (the) State (Department) during the transition out of her role as Secretary of State in early 2013,” the report stated.
“However, in December of 2012, Clinton suffered a concussion and then around the New Year had a blood clot (in her head). Based on her doctor’s advice, she could only work at State for a few hours a day and could not recall every briefing she received.”
The bizarre medical excuse will no doubt fuel speculation surrounding Hillary’s bad health, rumors which the Clinton campaign has had a difficult time suppressing.
“At least 26 times, Clinton couldn’t recall issues raised by the FBI,” reports LifeZette. “Clinton told FBI agents she couldn’t even remember any briefing or training by State ‘related to the retention of federal records or handling of classified information.’”
In December 2012, while serving as secretary of state, Hillary Clinton fainted and struck her head resulting in a concussion. Following the fall, Clinton was ordered to wear prism glasses to help with double vision.
Respected physician and board-certified medicine specialist Dr. Drew Pinsky recently said he was “gravely concerned” about Hillary’s health, claiming the prism glasses she wore following her 2012 fall were indicative of “brain damage.”
“That is brain damage, and it’s affecting her balance,” Pinsky said. “Now clearly, it hasn’t affected her cognition, but tell us a little more about that. That’s profound.”
This article was posted: Friday, September 2, 2016 at 3:06 pm