Thursday, September 15, 2016

Hillary Returns ToThe Campaign Trail...For Now...

Mrs. Clinton, after 3 days of rest has reportedly returned to active campaigning. She's scheduled to hold a campaign event in Greensboro, N.C. and then attend the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute dinner in Washington, D.C.

Clinton, according to spokesman Nick Merrill, spent all three days off at her home in Chappaqua, New York.

According to her doctor, she's just fine.

But that diagnosis hasn't been confirmed by anyone but her private doctor, which raises questions in view of the way this was handled. In fact, numerous other doctors who have observed her are saying something very different,that she has severe health issues.

You'll remember on Sunday, she had to literally be carried to her van and would have fallen on her face if an alert Secret Serviceman hadn't caught her before she hit the ground. She couldn't even walk.

This wasn't the first time this had happened but this was on national TV so the press couldn't very well ignore it.

Clinton’s campaign first released a statement saying the former secretary of state “felt overheated” at the ceremony. But after videos surfaced and went viral online, the campaign released another statement from her private doctor revealing that Clinton had been diagnosed with noncontagious bacterial pneumonia, and that Levaquin had been prescribed for the next 10 days.

By the way, if it's 'noncontagious, how did Mrs. Clinton catch it? That seems to have puzzled a lot of medical professionals out there.


Levaquin can have some nasty side effects. There's an increased risk of tendinitis and tendon rupture in older patients over 60 years of age. Other side effects can include chest pain and severe dizziness, fainting, fast or pounding heartbeats;sudden pain, snapping or popping sound, bruising, swelling, tenderness, stiffness, or loss of movement in any of the patient's joints; confusion, hallucinations, depression...

Don't some of those symptoms seem to indicate that Mrs. Clinton may have been taking Levaquin prior to collapsing at the 9/11 ceremony?

In any event, as I wrote earlier, she has no choice. She has to keep going. The Clintons have already sold the presidency in advance, collecting hundreds on millions of dollars based on the promise of special favors later from various domestic and foreign sources via the Clinton Foundation,inflated speaking fees and campaign contributions

If she loses, well, that's one thing. It was a bad investment. But if she drops out, these people are going to be knocking on the Clinton's doors wanting their money back, and they don't have it, because a lot of it has either been spent or is locked up in the Foundation.

She has to keep going.


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