There’s no getting around the issue: something is wrong with Hillary Clinton’s health. As her campaign tries to dodge the issue, we continue to see evidence that the woman is not well.
As lately as yesterday she’s had to take a day off from the campaign to “rest,” as noted by a Donald Trump tweet. In recent appearances she’s seemed low energy, almost lethargic. When questioned at 11 pm Sunday about the bombings over the weekend, she even seemed drugged and stupefied.
Doesn’t inspire confidence that she’s just getting over a minor condition.
More health professionals are weighing in on the issue and, like all the others, their prognosis isn’t good.
Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul tells Breitbart News Hillary Clinton is not in good health and she has not been forthright about her health challenges.
Paul, who has continued as a practicing eye surgeon since his 2010 election to the Senate, says it’s impossible to reach a conclusion about someone’s health without an actual examination.
“I think she has some significant health problems–I don’t know what they are,” he said.
“Her losing consciousness, there, which by all appearances she did lose consciousness, is not something commonly associated with pneumonia,” the surgeon said.
No good doctor would give an opinion without a proper examination, but years of experience can tell them about a patient just by watching them.
With Paul’s experience as a surgeon, even he can see that Hillary is suffering from something more than pneumonia.
Paul said he was confused by how Clinton‘s doctor explained her pneumonia.
“The diagnosis as a something being a non-infectious infection is kind of a strange way to describe a pneumonia as well,” he said.
“Her heath is an issue,” he said. “Particularly the fact that she has not been very forthcoming with it.”
The fact that numerous health care professions have come out in concern over Hillary’s so-called diagnosis is telling. We don’t know what her personal doctor is being forced to say or do, but we do know that others can see the woman is in dire trouble.
Yet the campaign is unwilling to admit that she is suffering from something more serious than a bout with pneumonia.
With a grueling campaign, making numerous stops and speeches, not to mention upcoming debates, it’ll be a miracle if the woman will survive until November.