[Hillary] apparently is prone to exhaustion, which may be why she has no events planned.
Discussing the Democratic National Convention, Clinton recently said during a campaign podcast, “By the end of those two weeks that’s exactly how I felt, it was, ‘Oh my gosh, I don’t know that I can get up, let alone what I will do if I am vertical.’”
… The Gateway Pundit noted Clinton took 7 of the first 14 days off in August.
She has trouble standing on her own, and is constantly propped up by handlers and media.
Looking as “un-presidential” as possible, Hillary poops out onstage after only one public appearance for the day, in front of a poorly-filled high school gymnasium.
Amid rumours that Hillary is suffering from Traumatic Brain Disorder, Parkinson’s Disease, Complex Partial Seizures, Sub-cortical Dementia, and several other neurological disorders — including some related to chronic alcoholism — more medical observers are calling for Clinton to release her full medical records.
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.
Dr. Jane Orient, executive director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, is concerned that Clinton’s brain injury may be the cause of organic brain syndrome or decreased mental function.
“Obviously, it would be very dangerous for a person subject to symptoms like this to be dealing with foreign leaders or making critical decisions,” Dr. Orient states. __ http://sandrarose.com/2016/08/more-doctors-call-for-hillary-clinton-to-release-her-medical-records/
Million dollar bounty placed on Clinton’s medical records [Dead or Alive 😉 ]
While Milwaukee Burns and Trump Fills Up Large Stadiums with Crowds
Hillary is barely filling small venues, having seizure-like episodes, taking several days to rest in the middle of a campaign, struggling up and down stairs, and with the help of a smokescreen media is maintaining a lead in most national and state level polls.
Trump is filling huge stadiums with enthusiastic followers and despite handfuls of utterly idiotic public statements is still in the race, with a chance to win.
Hillary’s True Records May Never See the Light of Day
Records can be altered, although it is a criminal matter for physicians to alter the records of their patients. Nevertheless, when it comes to the Clintons it is well known that crimes and criminal penalties only apply to little people — people for whom the Clintons no longer have any use.
That being said, Hillary’s records are almost certainly being thoroughly sanitised just in case it is necessary to release them. If the crime of illegal alteration later comes to light, someone else will pay for the crime. All that matters is somehow reaching the pinnacle of power, at any cost.
The news media is overwhelmingly in Hillary Clinton’s corner. I am surprised that Trump has been able to stay within reach so long after his nomination. Trump’s staying power — despite his habit of using his foot to pick his own teeth — suggests that the media does not have as much power as it once had. Unless the easily-exhausted Hillary pulls much farther ahead, the media-elitist axis may resort to desperate acts.
Special note: The animated gif below is being moved to the bottom of the posting for illustrative purposes.
The gif is edited to exaggerate Hillary’s seizure activity while being questioned by reporters. The actual video footage is suggestive enough of neurological disorder without having to distort the video in an attempt to make the problem appear worse. H/T to commenter yoananda for pointing out the “forward-reverse” style of looping introduced.
Compare the animated gif above with the actual video footage from different camera angles:
The animated gif is flashy and entertaining, but it is misleading, is not what actually happened, and is unnecessary to make the point.