Hillary Clinton’s campaign recently decided to cancel scheduled events in Ohio. This has raised eyebrows and speculation on why they were cancelled.
DC Gazette has the details on possible reasons why:
“Hillary Clinton cancelled her event today in Cleveland, Ohio in order to avoid another blow to her campaign like the one in Pennsylvania just one day ago. She drew in a large crowd of dozens, while the Trump campaign drew in thousands.
“Cleveland’s event was not looking to be any different for the Clinton/Kaine campaign. When asked about the cancellation they stated it was due to times constraints. The event cancelled was originally billed as: ‘Cleveland Manufacturing Event’ scheduled for: 12:00 p.m. EDT, Sunday, July 31 Where: APOC (A Piece of Cleveland), 1310 E 49th Street
“Yesterday, in Johnstown Pennsylvania the Clinton-Kaine rally could only attract a few dozen, heavily vetted/controlled, supporters. The campaign kicked off their general election efforts by traveling via buses through Pennsylvania and Ohio.
“Some, given the history of how the Clinton campaign deliver misleading information, may speculate the Cleveland cancellations was due to lack of interest, ie. bad optics. Perhaps this is a possibility.
“However, there’s a very solid argument to be made that Hillary Clinton is not physically healthy enough for the rigors of general election campaigning. It is entirely possible the decision to use large buses for travel is more attached to her health condition.
“Time will tell. If her current health conditions present a problem for her to travel just to the first two states, how could she handle being the President? This is one more thing to add to the reasons why Clinton is not qualified to be running for this position.”
Combine this with the speculation that Hillary may have had a seizure after her DNC acceptance speech, and we wonder if Mrs. Clinton can physically handle the rigors of the campaign trail from now until November.
What do you think – is Hillary trying to hide one or more serious medical conditions?
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