Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton’s Latest Public Appearance Has Americans Guessing Once Again

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As the nation begins to mentally prepare itself for the onslaught of the coming 2020 presidential election, it seems as though failed democratic candidate Hillary Clinton is preparing herself for the contest physically.

Sure, we are still months away from anyone beginning to campaign in earnest, and, given the contentious nature of the 2016 contest, we wouldn’t be surprised if this isn’t one of the uglier contests in recent memory.  The left has gone fully rogue in recent weeks as well, lending an air of danger to the proceedings as well, with Antifa and other leftist hate groups pushing their own brand of radicalization as the nation prepares.

And, as the writing on the wall has shown us already, there is little doubt that former First Lady Hillary Clinton will be leaving her own unique mark on the proceedings…A mark that will forever be tainted by her bizarre medical problems and her inability to hide them.

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Twice-failed presidential hopeful, Hillary Clinton spoke at Ozyfest, a two-day festival in Central Park on Saturday and she looked terrible.

Hillary donned a mumu-style top that nearly touched the floor and white pants. Her hair was disheveled and she had very prominent bags under her eyes.

To think this woman almost became the 45th president of the US….

The outfit was certainly worth noting, given its total absurdity.

Clinton’s health concerns have been a constant issue for the former Secretary of State, who has been photographed consistently needing assistance from her handlers in order to navigate even the most basic of staircases.  This has led to a number of theories about could actually be the culprit for Clinton, including a number of theories that show the failed 2016 democratic candidate as riddled with Parkinson’s Disease.

 

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