Hillary Clinton fans are belatedly trying to get ahead of those “health” rumors, but their tactic isn’t doing them any favors. When concerns are raised about her physical fitness for office, they’re dismissed as conspiracy theories.
After television’s Dr. Drew voiced his observations, having looked at her medical records, he was waved away as a celebrity looking for publicity. However, yet another doctor has weighed in, and it will be interesting to see Democrats try to discredit him, given his impressive credentials.
Paul Joseph Watson reports:
Top doctor and Rutgers University Professor of Medicine Bob Lahita says that concerns over Hillary Clinton’s health are not a conspiracy theory and that Clinton should be assessed by an impartial panel of physicians.
“This is a very unusual story with Hillary,” said Lahita, making reference to her suffering two blood clots, a stroke and post-concussive syndrome, which caused Hillary to have to wear special prism glasses to counter her double vision.
“The very fact that she’s having these clots and she’s had two bouts of thrombosis is disconcerting to say the least,” said Lahita.
Asked whether the concerns over Hillary’s health were objectively authentic regardless of politics or whether the leftist media were right to label the issue a conspiracy theory, Lahita responded, “I don’t think it’s a conspiracy.”
Dr. Lahita pointed out that, in fact, these worries were based in historical precedent. JFK lied about his health to win the White House, and Woodrow Wilson became so ill that his wife served as de facto president.
“We owe it to the country, we owe it to the voters, not only for the presidential candidates, but also for the vice-presidential candidates – particularly in this election,” concluded Lahita.
Watch for the liberal media to work overtime to dig up some dirt on this doctor. And don’t be surprised if he gets a visit from the IRS, too.