How many doctors does Hillary have?

A couple of days ago during an interview with Charlie Rose, Bill Clinton stated that Hillary’s history of dehydration and fainting has stumped “all of her doctors.”

So just how many doctors does she have?  I presume more than two or three, given the language Bill used.

And who might those doctors be?  I would assume she has specialists.  I doubt “all of her doctors” refers only to primary care doctors, hopping from one to another.  Surely she didn’t lose her health insurance and discover she couldn’t keep-her-doctor-if-she-liked-her-doctor, as happened to so many of us deplorable coal people types.

But who knows?  Maybe she has multiple primary care doctors as part of med-seeking, but I doubt it.  She seems like a strictly alcohol kind of a gal.

Perhaps Hillary should schedule a consult with the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) to get to the bottom of what ails her.  If something as basic as dehydration and fainting is stumping “all of her doctors,” either they’re not very astute or she’s got something quite unusual going on.  Wouldn’t you think she’d want to get to the bottom of it?

Nah.  She’s already gotten to the bottom of it.  But only “the shadow knows.”

Hat tips: CBS, TheBlaze

A couple of days ago during an interview with Charlie Rose, Bill Clinton stated that Hillary’s history of dehydration and fainting has stumped “all of her doctors.”

So just how many doctors does she have?  I presume more than two or three, given the language Bill used.

And who might those doctors be?  I would assume she has specialists.  I doubt “all of her doctors” refers only to primary care doctors, hopping from one to another.  Surely she didn’t lose her health insurance and discover she couldn’t keep-her-doctor-if-she-liked-her-doctor, as happened to so many of us deplorable coal people types.

But who knows?  Maybe she has multiple primary care doctors as part of med-seeking, but I doubt it.  She seems like a strictly alcohol kind of a gal.

Perhaps Hillary should schedule a consult with the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) to get to the bottom of what ails her.  If something as basic as dehydration and fainting is stumping “all of her doctors,” either they’re not very astute or she’s got something quite unusual going on.  Wouldn’t you think she’d want to get to the bottom of it?

Nah.  She’s already gotten to the bottom of it.  But only “the shadow knows.”

Hat tips: CBS, TheBlaze