WikiLeaks emails show Hillary campaign hid her serious health issues in order to control presidential campaign election cycle. Will America ignore it?
WASHINGTON, October 17, 2017 — Whether Hillary Clinton was just tired or at the point of collapse at a September 11 event, the woman who would be president is hiding the truth about her health, according to some WikiLeaks’ emails.
Photos and videos show her either being helped up steps or being tossed into an awaiting car by her Secret Service detail. The hail and hearty Clinton on stage at the debates is not the Clinton whose health condition has been well-hidden.
Starting in 2015, the Clinton campaign began to create an umbrella of deceit with its narrative that the former secretary of state was physically fit to be president. Public accounts of her condition showed otherwise. According to WikiLeaks emails from her campaign, on July 31, 2015, campaign Director of Speechwriting Dan Schwerin drafted a clever plan to share a letter from Clinton’s physician, Lisa Bardack with mainstream media news outlets.
This plan would also contain suggested headlines to use like, “Clinton in excellent health”, or, “Medical records say Clinton health is good”
According to the WikiLeaks emails, the goal was to get ahead of her health issues in order to take the matter off of the media plate. Americans would not delve into the fine print because they would be focused on summer activities and vacations, not her previous serious medical mishaps.
Collusion between the media and the Clinton campaign has been revealed by WikiLeaks. Soon after Clinton’s pneumonia revelation and after hours of silence from her campaign, the media machine diverted attention by going after Trump with the birther controversy, courtesy of the Washington Post.
Then on the eve of the second debate, the tawdry video of Trump using sexually crude language was released.
NBC and the Washington Post used that video to drown out new WikiLeaks revelations, which vanished in the uproar over Trump’s language. The timing provides fuel for Trump’s charges of election-rigging efforts by the “corrupt media.”
While the Washington and New York media hubs have been steering America’s attention away from Clinton, questions about her medical fitness remain. Her fainting spells, blood-clotting issues and frequent respiratory distress should concern voters.
Even former president Bill Clinton spoke to the frequency of his wife’s medical issues.
In September, he commented in an CBS interview about the seriousness of her fainting. He admitted with a Freudian slip of the tongue that his wife frequently faints because of dehydration. On its evening newscast, CBS edited out the word “frequently.”
The Free Beacon reported the non-edited version of the former President’s comments:
No, no. She’s been—well, if it is, it’s a mystery to me and all of her doctors. ‘Cause frequently—not frequently, that’s not—rarely, but on more than on occasion over the last many, many years, the same sort of thing has happened to her when she just got severely dehydrated.
Whether Clinton is fainting frequently or is hiding a much more serious medical condition, the issue is being buried by the media. They would rather push the narrative that what should matter to voters is decades old, unsubstantiated and possibly fictionalized accounts of sexual misbehavior.
When Americans vote on November 8 to elect the next president, we have to decide, among other things, whether Hillary Clinton, who had to be nearly carried to her vehicle after testifying before the Benghazi committee, is physically fit for the job.
The voters must determine whether WikiLeaks revelations of her campaign’s manipulation of her health record, the primary campaign and the press are relevant.
The fate of the nation is in the hands of the voters. Border security, Islamic extremism, terrorism at home and the economy are the important issues, and the stamina and health of the candidates matter in tackling those issues. The nation’s future is at stake.Click here for reuse options!
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