There’s been a lot of attention paid to Hillary’s health recently, and for good reason considering she did suffer a concussion after fainting in December of 2012, and rumors have circulated since then that she has not been forthcoming about her entire medical history.
Only in the past few weeks, images and videos have appeared that indicate Hillary Clinton may be unstable and have difficulty walking, standing for long periods of time and maintaining her balance.
As the Gateway Pundit reported, at Hillary Clinton’s visit to Scranton, PA, yesterday she had a little slip off the podium, but luckily good ole’ Joe Biden was there to catch her.
Now a simple slip here and there isn’t a big deal, although if it happened to Donald Trump the media would have a panel of experts on to analyze it, but combined with other Hillary health incidents it begins to paint a picture of a candidate that may not have the stamina or fitness to endure 4 to 8 years as commander in chief.
Later during her visit to Scranton, Hillary Clinton was visiting Joe Biden’s childhood home when The American Mirror noticed that she needed to support herself with one hand whenever she was standing stationary. Here are some still shots from that video.
Perhaps it’s nothing, just a habit or tendency to put her hand on objects near her when she’s standing still, but then we have a recently released photo of Hillary Clinton needing help just making it up the steps.
Start putting all these pictures and events together, and all of the sudden they are painting a very real picture of a woman who may be hiding some serious health issues from the public. Or at very least, lacks the stamina to endure the demands of a very stressful job like President of the United States.
Hillary’s stamina level is especially noticeable this year since Donald Trump has touted his “high energy” and has espoused that claim by attending rally after rally, often times multiple events each day. Donald Trump has certainly proved he has the energy and fitness for the job, while I believe the verdict is still out on whether Hillary Clinton can handle the demands of the presidency.
Speculation as to the reasons behind Hillary’s coughing fits, head bobbing motions and other strange facial expressions have been widespread, and there’s even photos showing what appears to be a growth removed from her tongue in the past few months. This picture was taken during the DNC event when Obama spoke:
You may have already seen this picture and thought the appearance of a hole in Clinton’s tongue was just a trick of the light, but now we can see a side-by-side comparison of before and after pictures.
In regards to Clinton’s level of stamina and endurance, The Gateway Pundit performed a comparison of the amount of events that Hillary Clinton has held, versus the number that Donald Trump has attended. The results speak for themselves, as Trump easily surpasses Clinton by large a margin. Rallies that Donald Trump has hosted also received an average of 10x more attendees that Hillary Clinton has.
Although it’s clear that Trump supporters are way more enthusiastic about him than Hillary Clinton’s supporters are about her, it doesn’t mean rally attendance will necessarily translate into a victory in November. Remember, Bernie Sanders had tens of thousands more attendees at his rallies than Clinton did, but he still lost the Democratic primary. Although, as Trump often states, the system was rigged against Bernie Sanders from the start…the same system that is attempting to rig the presidential election against Trump.
The Gateway Pundit reports:
By reviewing the activities of Presidential candidates Trump and Clinton a new phenomenon has appeared. While Trump continues to smash Clinton in attendance at events, Hillary appears to have decided to take weekends off.
Clinton took the weekend of August 6th and 7th off and she decided to take three days off this past weekend August 12th through 14th. She also has no events scheduled to participate in this coming Thursday through Saturday August 18th through 20th. This in essence would mean another three days off after three days of events scheduled starting today. In total Clinton has taken 7 days off in August out of the first 14 days and is scheduled to continue with this approach through at least this coming Saturday.
Donald Trump on the other hand has taken only two days off in August, Sunday August 7th and Sunday the 14th. Trump has 7 days where he has participated in more than one campaign event.
As previously noted, Trump has more than ten times the number of people at his campaign events than Hillary has at hers since August 1st. More than 100,000 people have shown up for Trump events since the beginning of August (with many more turned away due to the events reaching capacity). Hillary on the other hand hasn’t even had one tenth of that or not even 10,000 show up at her events since August 1st.
Also, it is clear by just looking at the crowds at Trump and Clinton events that Trump has a movement and Hillary has barely a heartbeat.
Trump’s largest event was in Ft Lauderdale, Florida, where it was estimated that the massive crowd there to see him was near 20,000. The largest crowd Clinton spoke at was in Washington, DC but this was a NABJ/NAHJ Event which had an estimated 4,000 in attendance. Hillary’s largest event held by her campaign in August was back on August 1st in Omaha, NE when businessman Warren Buffett joined her and an estimated 3,000 locals. In total when looking at just the Clinton campaign events, barely 8,000 people showed up to the seven campaign events since August 1st.
Also, as previously noted in a related post, Trump is destroying Clinton on social media.
Trump is crushing Hillary in attendance at events as seen in pictures and in numbers, and in social media in tweets, Facebook shares and YouTube live streams.
It is unknown why Clinton is taking so much time off. Questions arise whether it is related to her terrible campaign event turnout or her poor health or some combination of both.
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