September 11, 2016
Written by Juliana Simone
The continuing saga of Democrat Presidential Nominee, Hillary Clinton’s health continued today, after a failed appearance in New York at the 9/11 fifteenth anniversary at Ground Zero. Ninety minutes into the memorial she had to leave. Reports written and with video, are showing the Democrat President Nominee, had to be taken out of the event by security aides, who lifted her into a black van after she visibly lost her balance and a shoe, as she was helped into the vehicle.
Whoever determined the language for the mainstream media as to how to describe this occurrence, have noted two different stories.
One, the heat was too much for her. For those not in this part of the country, it was a temperate day here in the northeast. Upper seventies at most. Windy. Low humidity.
Two, now diagnosed with pneumonia according to her doctor, Dr. Lisa Bardack, she was simply dehydrated in addition to being overwhelmed by the heat. Perhaps it’s the heavy wardrobe that makes a perfect day for everyone else unbearable. If one is dressed for January temperatures, yes, it is plausible one can be overcome by temperatures over fifty degrees.
With campaign operatives bringing her to daughter Chelsea Clinton’s nearby home after her exit, she emerged after whatever had to be administered to her to still look like a bankable candidate, espousing “I’m feeling great.”
The mainstream media will color this story in a way that shows the former Secretary of State, in its usual narrative…nothing to see here…move on. Amusingly, they chose to focus on her Republican opponent’s age. Donald Trump is seventy years old. Clinton will be sixty-nine in a little more than a month.
This age difference is so minuscule, numbers are irrelevant in this argument. Actions are a better example. Trump, with the energy of someone if not twenty, thirty years younger than himself, makes two campaign appearances a day on average. Clinton, makes two a week. Failing to make any press conferences over two hundred days, Clinton’s campaign came up with the idea to get her a new plane, where devoted press can fly around with her as she sits and pontificates without any physical distress and direct one-on-one diatribe to her minions.
In terms of policy, Trump has made one exceptional speech after the next, in terms of what he will do if elected to America’s highest office. Clinton has struggled with her speeches, and often has to resort to hate mongering against her opponent, which in terms of brass tacks, describes herself. This is a common Democrat tactic when campaigning, however.
Returning to the Democrat Party nominee for President 2016 and her health issues, the cause for concern does not subside. Her recent coughing episode in Cleveland, Ohio, that outlasted all the earlier ones, went on for multiple minutes. This is now being tied into her pneumonia diagnosis that was earlier dismissed by her doctor as something due to allergies.
The former N.Y. U.S. Senator, who though born and raised in Illinois, quickly bought a home in Chappaqua, N.Y. to be able to run for this seat, has had other health issues of concern.
In December of 2012, Clinton reportedly fainted and suffered from a concussion, two months before she was to retire as Secretary of State. The diagnosis was that she had been hospitalized for a blood clot, between her brain and her skull, somewhere behind her right ear, and was being treated for it.
What is available to the public, is she has also suffered from stomach viruses. A physician who called into a leading national radio talk show the other week, said in his view, the chronic cough suggests she has Parkinson’s disease.
Other’s have commented on this possibility, as well: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zr1IDQ2V1eM
Whatever the case may be, voters need to ask about any candidate’s state of health, especially for the highest office in the United States of America. With this in mind, shouldn’t the VP pick for Mrs. Clinton have been more serious? Would voters even consider someone who very few recognized, Virginia U.S. Senator Tim Kaine, a plausible future President of the United States?
Clearly, this choice was superficial. It was a simple campaign move to boost up votes in a current swing state that formerly ran Republican. Pundits still wonder if the former First Lady, married to the former impeached President William J. Clinton, is going to make it to the finish line.
If the answer is yes, who in this country that longs to see its betterment lose all eight years of President Obama’s agenda, legislation and executive orders, would like to see this continue? If the answer is no, then good health is wished for Hillary Clinton, but her medical conditions, among her innumerable scandals that occurred during all of her titles and responsibilities that went with them, should clearly prove why she should not even be a contender in this most important race.
November’s election not only includes the future of America, but the many issues the country faces today. Whether its serious needed improvement of national security, jobs and economy, immigration, oversized government, or the preservation of The Constitution of the United States, voters need to recognize why Clinton, or any Democrat last minute substitute if need be, is not the answer.