A man who’s been photographed with Hillary Clinton several times during the campaign sparked a discussion because he carried a strange syringe-like pen.
The man, who was dressed like a secret service agent, proved through his actions that he was on the campaign trail for a totally different reason. But it’s what’s happened to this man since being outed by the alternative media over a week ago that’s had the Internet talking about him again.
Here’s the story from the Conservative Tribune:
“… during a campaign stop in a Las Vegas union hall on Aug. 4, Hillary Clinton froze suddenly. She looked to be unsure of where she was, almost as if she were in a trance.
“Once this happened, a group of men from her camp rushed over to aid her. The strange man was among the group.
“He was seen patting Clinton’s back and telling her, ‘You’re OK – keep talking.’
“If the man were a Secret Service agent, maybe this would explain things. However, an expert in Secret Service tactics weighed in and stated that agents would never touch a candidate in the manner that this man did.
“And with the reported disdain that Clinton has for the agents working for her, she would likely not have allowed it.
“But if he wasn’t a Secret Service agent … who was he?
“Many think they may have found the smoking gun … er, syringe … pointing to this man’s true purpose for being by Clinton’s side.
“Mike Cernovich pointed out that the man was seen carrying what looks like a Diazepam auto-ejector pen, used to treat patients for seizures.
“Could he be Clinton’s personal doctor? Perhaps, but when Twitter exposed this man, the most mysterious thing of all happened:
“He completely disappeared from the campaign trail.”
This brings up numerous questions: First, what medical condition does Hillary have where she needs someone with a Diazepam pen close to her? Second, why did she do this “under the radar” with no public announcement? And third (and maybe most importantly) – what does the Clinton campaign not want the voting public to know?
Which question(s) are most important to you… and should be important to American voters this November?
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