Could Hillary Clinton be too Infirm to Serve as President?

The Left will write this off as a conspiracy theory, as will Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton herself, who years ago coined the phrase “vast right-wing conspiracy” to explain away her philanderer-husband’s many problems. But the question — Is Hillary Clinton too sick to serve as president if elected? — is receiving increasing attention, and clues that may point to an answer are mounting.

One is this image, which appeared on LU’s Facebook page late yesterday, which seems to show the former secretary of state being helped up the front steps of her D.C. home. She is holding on to the man to her right, who for his part supports her upper arm. All of the figures flanking her can be seen looking down, as though they are studying each step she takes.

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Late last month, a video emerged that seemed to capture the candidate having a seizure. Add to that an email from the recently released batch of correspondence extracted from Clinton’s home brew server. The message is from former chief of staff Huma Abedin, who warns that Clinton is “often confused.”

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