Doctor Rand Paul says Hillary has “Significant Health Problems”!

Whoa.

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Senator (and Doctor) Rand Paul (R-KY) went there. He climbed into the fracas and willingly spoke the words that so many on the left and in the media (but I repeat myself) said was just kookery believed by the tinfoil be-hatted.

Only, Paul is anything but a kook. He is, after all, a medical expert, a doctor (opthamologist), and someone who has interacted personally with Hillary Clinton.

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Speaking to the folks at Breitbart news, Paul said that he believes Hillary Clinton has some “significant” health problems and that she hasn’t been honest about what she is dealing with.

“I think she has some significant health problems–I don’t know what they are,” he told Breitbart news. “Her losing consciousness, there, which by all appearances she did lose consciousness, is not something commonly associated with pneumonia.”

Senator Paul was also concerned about the kind of medical care that Clinton was receiving and about her doctor’s explanations of what was occurring. “The diagnosis as a something being a non-infectious infection is kind of a strange way to describe a pneumonia as well,” he said.

However, the problem that seems to gnaw most at Senator Paul is Clinton’s unwillingness to speak frankly with the American people…

 

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