She can't lie about her health forever
"Reasonable people can — and will — have real questions about [Hillary Clinton's] health," writes the Washington Post's Chris Cillizza, who just last week dismissed any and all speculations regarding Hillary's health as nutty conspiracy theories. What has changed?
During a somber 9/11 memorial service in Lower Manhattan, Clinton suffered from what her staffers described as "overheating". (We thought reptiles like the sun?) As she was escorted back to her armada of black vans, Clinton apparently lost consciousness (and a shoe):
From a different angle:
— John Cardillo (@johncardillo)September 11, 2016
Yeah, it's bad:
MORE ON #HILLARY per witness: "unexpected early departure"; she stumbled off curb, "knees buckled", lost a shoe as she was helped into van— RickLeventhalFoxNews (@RickLeventhal)September 11, 2016
Three quick takeaways from this "medical episode":
1. As Cilliza grumpily points out, "reporters — or even a reporter — were not allowed to follow her" to her car. In other words: The press were told to stay in their press pen. They didn't have to. They did it because they're slobbering, obedient ingrates. Without the diligence of normal Americans who don't take orders from the Clinton camp, we would have no video documentation of what "overheating" looks like.
2. The media can no longer ignore questions about Hillary's health. This story is going to explode. And she won't be able to blame strange coughing fits or fainting episodes on "high pollen count" forever.
3. Hillary is toast.
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