Hillary Clinton has disqualified herself to be President of the United States because she is incapable of telling the truth about anything . . .
- There is no such thing as truth or transparency in the Clinton persona and campaign [where] everything is an ongoing experiment in perception management. . . .
- First one narrative is floated; if the narrative shifts the public perception positively, it is defended to the death, and anyone questioning it is instantly accused of being a conspiracy theorist from the “vast right-wing conspiracy” that has been Hillary’s favorite defense for 30 years.
- If this tried-and-true attack fails, then the questioners are accused of being sexist, partisan, etc. (Source)
While the mainstream media has largely dismissed Hillary’s health issues as radical conspiracy theories of the “alt-right,” yesterday’s “medical episode” make the issue difficult to ignore (though the AP continues to try by constantly deleting tweets that might be viewed as negative for the Hillary campaign).
Perhaps even more damaging for the Hillary campaign is the fact that attempts to cover up her illness, whether it’s pneumonia or something more serious, have now been exposed and just add to voters’ concerns over whether she can be trusted. (Source)
Hillary’s latest “medical episode” draws mass attention to an issue that many Americans didn’t think was real until 24 hours ago. When combining the new health concerns with all of the other “plumes of smoke” surrounding Hillary including questions over the Clinton Foundation, lost emails, Benghazi, etc. . . . “politically [this] is a deadly combination.”
Hillary: You Can’t Fool All the People All the Time . . .
Hillary collapses after already being diagnosed with pneumonia and the Secret Service drive her to Chelsea’s apartment instead of the ER? And we’re supposed to believe that? Also, it’s 3.2 miles from the Memorial to Chelsea’s apt, having to drive through lwr Manhattan and West Village to get there (i.imgur.com) . . . If she had pneumonia she wouldn’t have gone to Chelsea’s apartment with the new born, nor will they have set up that scene outside with the little girl. if she had pneumonia , they would have taken her to a hospital for another check up to see if shes about to die.They didn’t. Pneumonia doesn’t fuck you up that fast when you’re walking around just fine one second and the next you cant walk, speak and your completely frozen. then a couple of hours later she completely fine and walks out of the apparent , like nothing happened.
1). She’s sick – really sick. Is it really pneumonia?
2). If it’s really pneumonia why go to the home of her grandson and then hug a little girl on exit? Seems risky for those children to be exposed to her.
3). Why the evolution of the story? Allergies, heat exhaustion, then pneumonia diagnosed on Friday.
4). Why the neurological exam? Why the shaking?
5). What metal object fell out of her pants?
6). Why the anti seizure glasses?
7). Was the “apartment ” truly that or does it remain a home health clinic like it was in the past?
8). Did Hillary have a seizure prior to transport?
9). Did Hillary loose consciousness prior to being loaded into the van?
10). What preparations were in place with her staff to react the way they did? They seemed unusually calm as if they have experienced this in the past.
Ironic Hillary Tweet 3 Days Ago:
The most important quality in a president and Commander-in-Chief is steadiness—an absolute, rock solid steadiness.
Now NBC has guaranteed its Clintonian wrath in perpetuity by posing the following 9 questions:
1. Why hide the pneumonia diagnosis?
Clinton suffered a coughing attack last week during an appearance in Cleveland, which she dismissed as seasonal allergies. She received her pneumonia diagnosis on Friday, but the public was not told about it until hours after the incident at the memorial, raising questions about whether Clinton had any plans to ever inform the public. Between the diagnosis and the near-collapse, Clinton appeared at two fundraisers, ran a national security working session, and held a press conference.
Clinton’s campaign appears to have, at best, withheld information from the public and — at worst — misled them by aggressively batting down “conspiracy theories” that her coughing fit was anything more than allergies. Opponents are already seeing the incident as proof of their claims that Clinton has been hiding health issues. And others may now be more incredulous of the campaign’s statements on her health.
2. Has Clinton been otherwise ill in recent days?
Has she had pneumonia in the past? Pneumonia is common, but still a potentially dangerous disease that sends about 1 million people to the hospital every year and kills about 50,000, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
3. Who made the call not to go to the hospital and when
And did Clinton lose consciousness at all? After leaving the memorial, Clinton went to her daughter Chelsea’s apartment and was later examined by her doctor at her own home in Chappaqua, New York. Why was it decided not to visit a hospital immediately?
4. What is the campaign’s position on the protective press pool?
Presidents and presidential candidates have traditionally traveled with a small, rotating group of journalists so the American public can get real-time updates about unexpected incidents—exactly like the one on Sunday. But Clinton left her press pool behind at the Sept. 11 event and kept them in the dark for 90 minutes before providing any information on her whereabouts or health. Clinton has yet to agree to full “protective pool” coverage, which would allow reporters to follow her door-to-door. Will she now? (Trump, so far, has not allowed for pool coverage, and reporters do not fly with his campaign to events.
5. Will Clinton allow a true protective pool if elected president?
Clinton’s health scare is already expected to potentially affect financial markets, but the impact would be far more dramatic if she were president. A 90-minute window with no news about a missing president could lead people to assume the worst. Clinton’s, or her campaign’s, choice to leave the press pool behind broke with precedent on access—will that change if she’s in the White House? Meanwhile, because Clinton has so far not agreed to full coverage, reporters have no way of knowing if she made other stops Sunday.
6. Does Clinton accept the obligation to inform the public about her health?
Bill Clinton faced questions about his health too, and while he was unforthcoming in 1992, he sat for a detailed interview with the New York Times in 1996. “[T]he public has a right to know the condition of the president’s health,” Clinton said at the time.
7. How will this change her schedule going forward?
After canceling plans Monday and Tuesday, Clinton’s schedule the rest of week remains up in the air. She is scheduled to appear in Las Vegas on Wednesday and Washington, D.C. Thursday.
8. Will Clinton’s health affect the first debate
Clinton’s first debate with Donald Trump is just over two weeks away, on September 26, so she’ll want to be fully recovered by then.
9. How will voters respond?
Clinton’s core vulnerability is that most Americans don’t find her honest or trustworthy. Will voters now feel like they’ve been misled about her health? Or will the vulnerability of the illness make Americans empathize more with someone who often has difficulty connecting.
Hillary Clinton Fainting Video CENSORED by Associated Press – Clip DELETED of Clinton Collapse
The shocking video of Hillary Clinton fainting and collapsing has been deleted by the Associated Press and YouTube channels are getting copyright strikes from the “rights holder,” a company called Storyful, whose CEO is a former Morgan Stanly Wall Street Banker. Media analyst Mark Dice has the story. © 2016 by Mark Dice
News agencies have abruptly changed course and admitted that concerns about Hillary Clinton’s health are “a real issue in the presidential campaign” — after spending much of the week criticizing this narrative as a “conspiracy theory.”