Hillary’s health may be the sleeper issue of the election

See also: Is Hillary constantly accompanied by a medic with an anti-seizure injection at the ready?

You can expect a fierce blowback of cries of sexism and more, just as soon as Team Hillary convenes in Brooklyn and decides on a strategy to combat escalating concerns about her health.  In the wake of her troubling choice of the word “short-circuit” to explain a mental lapse (in other words, getting caught in a lie), broader questions of her health and stability are being voiced.

Stunning photographs of the 69-year-old apparently needing help to walk up a short set of stairs have set off a new round of concern.  Patrick Howley of Breitbart writes:

Reuters and Getty photographs captured Hillary Clinton, 68, struggling to make it up the stairs, either as a result of her fragile body or perhaps because her well-documented brain injuries make it harder for her to transport herself through daily life activities. The photos gained wide circulation on the Internet Sunday. The photos were taken in February as Clinton was campaigning in South Carolina.

Of course, one pre-ordained line of rebuttal is sexism.  ABC News pundit (and daughter of a Democrat political dynasty – both parents were Democrats in Congress) Cokie Roberts has already slammed Donald Trump as sexist for questioning Hilary’s mental stability.

The following video, via InfoWars, is almost certainly unfair.  Some footage appears slowed down, while other segments are looped for effect, it appears.  Nonetheless, using a kitchen sink approach to highlighting Hillary’s history of bizarre facial expressions (leaving out only the bug-eyes that have been part of her visage for decades), the video aggregates some very disturbing spects of Hillary’s behavior in public that the media studiously avoid mention of.

At this point, it must be mentioned that the media concealed from the American public for years the fact that President Franklin D. Roosevelt was wheelchair-bound.  Without question, they would happily perform the same service today for the Democrat hopeful.  However, thanks to YouTube and the internet, news (and images) cannot be blockaded.

See also: Is Hillary constantly accompanied by a medic with an anti-seizure injection at the ready?

You can expect a fierce blowback of cries of sexism and more, just as soon as Team Hillary convenes in Brooklyn and decides on a strategy to combat escalating concerns about her health.  In the wake of her troubling choice of the word “short-circuit” to explain a mental lapse (in other words, getting caught in a lie), broader questions of her health and stability are being voiced.

Stunning photographs of the 69-year-old apparently needing help to walk up a short set of stairs have set off a new round of concern.  Patrick Howley of Breitbart writes:

Reuters and Getty photographs captured Hillary Clinton, 68, struggling to make it up the stairs, either as a result of her fragile body or perhaps because her well-documented brain injuries make it harder for her to transport herself through daily life activities. The photos gained wide circulation on the Internet Sunday. The photos were taken in February as Clinton was campaigning in South Carolina.

Of course, one pre-ordained line of rebuttal is sexism.  ABC News pundit (and daughter of a Democrat political dynasty – both parents were Democrats in Congress) Cokie Roberts has already slammed Donald Trump as sexist for questioning Hilary’s mental stability.

The following video, via InfoWars, is almost certainly unfair.  Some footage appears slowed down, while other segments are looped for effect, it appears.  Nonetheless, using a kitchen sink approach to highlighting Hillary’s history of bizarre facial expressions (leaving out only the bug-eyes that have been part of her visage for decades), the video aggregates some very disturbing spects of Hillary’s behavior in public that the media studiously avoid mention of.

At this point, it must be mentioned that the media concealed from the American public for years the fact that President Franklin D. Roosevelt was wheelchair-bound.  Without question, they would happily perform the same service today for the Democrat hopeful.  However, thanks to YouTube and the internet, news (and images) cannot be blockaded.