The shocking health scare of one Hillary Clinton last Sunday has raised more than a few eyebrows.
Even dyed-in-the-wool liberal outlets were upset over the sudden collapse of the candidate and the subsequent lack of news on the part of the campaign.
When Hillary’s people eventually announced she had been suffering from pneumonia, her buddies in the press expressed outrage that they had not mentioned it sooner.
This whole affair highlights the suspicious behavior of the candidate and her people. Something serious is going on with the woman’s health and they are staying tight-lipped about it.
When your own cronies in the media are upset over it, you know things are bad.
Former Obama adviser David Axelrod said Hillary Clinton has a problem with “stealth” not her health on CNN’s “The Lead” on Monday.
Axelrod said, “It’s not health, it’s stealth that is the problem that she has to deal with, and by allowing that six hour gap, they created this sense that they were trying to put one over on people, and that is not helpful to her candidacy.”
As the man single-handedly responsible for getting Obama into the White House, Axelrod knows a thing or two about campaigns. When he of all people are criticizing how Clinton is handling the health issue, you’d think she’s listen.
But it seems the people running Hillary’s campaign are terrified. They are terrified of telling the truth, terrified of facing the press, and ultimately, terrified of defying Hillary.
We may never get a clear answer on what’s going on with the woman. But at least this controversy will be enough to keep her out of the White House.