August 27, 2016
So is Hillary Clinton sick? It’s a fair question. I’m not just talking about those endless coughing fits, and that she always needs to be propped up on pillows when she sits, and requires help standing or climbing stairs.
Four years ago, she had a concussion, and a blood clot in her brain sent her to the hospital. Later, her head was still so injured that she was seeing double. That’s why she wore those Fresnel prism glasses: to counter double-vision.
Have you seen that video of her apparently having a seizure while being asked a question? The Clinton spin doctors say that’s just a joke. Really?
And then there’s the guy who is always with her, but he’s not Secret Service. He’s a paramedic — you can see by the badge he sometimes wears. He carries an injection device, maybe it’s anti-seizure medication. He’s been seen talking her through a stressful situation.
Why does Hillary Clinton always wear the strangest pant suits that look like they’re specifically made to order. Are they tailored to conceal things underneath? A medical device?
Here’s an e-mail that Clinton originally hid from the public, that was released only after a court ordered it. In it, Huma Abedin, Clinton’s closest aide, says her boss is “often confused” and needs to take naps.
That topic comes up a lot.
I typed the word “sleep” into a searchable archive of Clinton e-mails, the ones a court ordered the State Department to disclose.
WATCH to see what I found.
There were a lot of troubling results:
Clinton herself says she’s “chronically exhausted”. Her staff calls her a “champion napper”.
And then there’s her email about the symptoms of “decision fatigue.” Another about Provigil, a drug “often prescribed to treat excessive sleepiness in patients with Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, and multiple sclerosis.”
That’s just the beginning…
Being president is the most stressful job in the world. You need energy — both physical and mental.
What exactly is wrong with Hillary Clinton? This is an important issue that needs to be addressed before the election.
Why isn’t the mainstream media interested in covering it?
This article was posted: Saturday, August 27, 2016 at 7:20 am