During the absolutely bizarre election of 2016, one of the more prolific concerns surrounding the Hillary Clinton campaign had nothing to do with the democrat’s politics.
No, the former first lady’s politics were fairly straightforward. If you ask a liberal, Clinton was to ascend forth to her throne in Washington D.C., flanked by a blue congressional seats as far as the eye could see, preferably with more pant suits than power ties. Then, with this newfound cadre of leftist cohorts, Hillary would rule the land using all of the leftover gusto of the Obama administration, creating what would surely be the equivalent of a third term of her forebear’s disastrous policies.
What was concerning to many Americans, as it pertained to Hillary Clinton, was the candidate’s health.
You see, Clinton was no spring chicken. At 69 years of age on election day, that puts Clinton nearly a year younger than Donald Trump. The big difference here is that Trump not only appeared to be completely healthy to the average American, Trump was willing and able to produce health records indicating such.
Oh, and Trump never had embarrassing health issues in front of the entirety of America the way that Hillary did.
Not only was Hillary photographed receiving help to ascend and descend stairs on several occasions, the former Secretary of State legitimately fainted on a pleasantly cool September day in New York City. This incident was inexplicably linked to “pneumonia”, an ailment that had not been previously mentioned by the Clinton campaign, even though her health had been a major topic of discussion for weeks previous to her incident.
Now, as with a great many revelations about the diminished capabilities of Hillary Clinton, leaked emails have revealed the truth surrounding her health…or lack thereof.
“A long-time aide to Hillary Clinton sought to map out her funeral […] in 2010 because ‘planning is best done when they are still with us,’ according to an email released on Wednesday by Judicial Watch.
“Capricia Marshall, who was chief of protocol for the State Department when Hillary Clinton served as secretary of state, wrote to Huma Abedin, Doug Band and Cheryl Mills on Feb. 23, 2010, saying ‘everytime someone significant passes, I am flooded with requests’ about the Clintons’ arrangements.
“’Planning is necessary and best done when they are still with us,’ she wrote to top Clinton aide Abedin.”
In 2010, Hillary would have been 62 years old, hardly an age in which funeral arrangements are even remotely considered, pending any extraneous health concerns that we now know Clinton had in droves.
In much the same fashion as other scandals that have riddled the Clintons and their untoward political legacy, Hillary’s health questions will more than likely be swept under the rug or outright ignored by the mainstream media, further cementing herself as one of the most dodgy candidates to ever grace the American political stage.