This 5 Word Email Raises More Questions About Hillary’s Health

This 5 Word Email Raises More Questions About Hillary’s Health

October 27th, 2016
Controversy

Another Wikileaks-released batch of emails have raised even more questions about Hillary Clinton’s health.

Here’s the “not quite right in the head” report from Conservative Tribune:

“The latest hacked emails published by Wikileaks seemingly corroborated the widely made claims that Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s health has been far more precarious than her campaign has claimed.

“Sent by Clinton’s campaign chair John Podesta on September 26, 2015, the email to campaign communications director Jennifer Palmieri published by WikiLeaks on Monday contained a simple but telling question: ‘How bad is her head?

“‘Don’t know,‘ Palmieri replied about two hours later. ‘Huma (Abedin) left here about an hour ago. I just pinged again to ask about prep, haven’t heard back. She leaves at 6pm for DC.’

“Were Podesta and Palmieri to be questioned about this ‘head’ problem, they would likely ascribe it to nothing more than a headache – which it could be. Or it could be an inquiry into her attitude about whatever event(s) they were prepping her for.

“The former secretary of state suffered a concussion in 2012 that reportedly left her with traumatic brain injury. One year later, top aide Huma Abedin was observed telling other aides to be sure to remind Clinton of her upcoming appointments.

“‘Very imp(ortant) to do that,’ she wrote in an email to aide Monic Hanley, as revealed in emails obtained last year via a Freedom of Information Act request filed by Judicial Watch. ‘She’s often confused.'”

This email is even more evidence that Hillary’s health is much worse than her campaign would like voters to believe. We’ll ask the obvious question again: “Is Hillary Clinton in good enough health to handle one of the most stressful jobs in America the next four years?”

How severe do you think Hillary’s head problems really are?

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