BREAKING: Hillary Clinton unable to stand, media cover-up started

The States are really in a position to tick off another couple of firsts:

  • First woman president
  • First disabled woman president

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  • roblin

    DNC will blame Global warming for causing Hillary to “overheat”. Give me a break, it was 27 degree!

    • Day Day

      Hillary emerges, steadfast in her resolve to fight dangerous climate change.

  • Keeping Stock

    I would have added “First Corrupt President”, but I think that title probably went a long time ago.

    Interestingly, I saw a news report earlier this morning that Trump and Clinton are neck and neck in four swing states. The massive lead in the polls Clinton had after the DNC seems to be diminishing by the day. I’m really looking forward to being in the USA for a few days just before Americans go to the polls; should be fun!

  • symgardiner

    Trump should react by saying this is terrible news and that he wishes Hillary a speedy recovery from what is obviously a serious medical issue.

    • biscuit barrel

      Trump of course doesnt have a constant media pool coverage- he arrived at the same event unannounced without media- so yeah the guy who was unfit for the draft at 21 will hardly be in a position to make his point.

      • Boondecker

        You must be having a hard day with ALL the video footage and commentary. I imagine you would be working overtime in getting the ‘Hilliary is well’ message out?

      • cows4me

        Rubbish if Trump had gone down the media would be like maggots on a fly blown sheep to get a piece of the story.

  • MarcWills

    Perhaps her minders (to quote Hillary) just misspoke – the goto reply when caught out with documented facts disproving their on the record statements. Americans would do well to vote for whoever is their best vice president running mate choice, because they will be in charge very early on in the next 4 years if Trump or Clinton stay in the race.

    • Intrigued

      Some theorists are speculating it could actually be Bill’s third – albeit unconstitutional term as president – and there are plenty of precedents where First Ladies stepped in to make decisions for the infirm president – e.g. Eisenhower, Woodrow-Wilson and Reagan.

      • Isherman

        Could be, looks like Bill may have already been shopping for a new intern.

  • ex-JAFA

    She wouldn’t be the first disabled president. Frank Roosevelt had polio, Ronnie Reagan had alzheimers, and George Bush Jnr had stupidus extremus.

    • Wheninrome

      George Bushs problems might have been genetic.

    • shykiwibloke

      Nothing wrong with Roosevelts head. Reagan did not have significant problems until after his presidency. Ignoring the last.
      I would suggest this is not a good time for the us to have a president who can’t handle the stress of lots of questions from reporters, or attend a state occaision without fainting.

      • Second time around

        Reagan was successful because he did get a good night’s sleep. He set the direction for his presidency and let other people manage the auto pilot. Carter was the opposite, involved in every decision, but indecisive as a result.

  • Nechtan

    Overheated? Her minders haven’t taken her jacket off or made any other attempt to cool their charge. The excuses are going to run out (if they haven’t already).

  • Richard

    It’s called the tower 7 effect.
    You collapse just by having stood near to the twin tower site, without ever having been touched by them.

  • Nige.

    Ok if Farrar thinks Trump can possibly win then I’ll start to get my hopes up.

    The choices couldn’t be more clear for the Americans. There’s no need to go over old ground but come November 8 they will get the president they deserve.

    • Brian_Smaller

      Farrar is so much an establishment guy that he would support a brick as long as it came from the political class.

  • R&BAvenger

    It was shown and mentioned at length on Breakfast. Also Clinton campaign stating it is all a huge right wing conspiracy. #yeahright #liarliar

    • Wheninrome

      It didn’t look like Melania Trump in disguise to me.

  • Isherman

    Must be fatigue brought on by carrying 13 mobile devices around all day.
    #BasketOfDevices

  • Bob Dazzler

    Its all lies I say, lies, oh no my pants are on fire.

  • wilson

    Weekend at hillary’s

  • Carl

    What would happen if she had to pull out of the race within the next month because of her health? Does the VP nominee take over or could they put a different candidate up?

    • Cadwallader

      I think they’d soldier on with Hillary and allow Bill to be all over her Presidency. When you have been at the trough for the years the Clintons have been they won’t spit out the chance to continue simply by handing the reins to a VP. Any VP to Hillary was always destined to play second fiddle behind Bill.
      At first I thought the stories about Hillary being unwell were a Trump beat-up but it seems they are valid. I don’t like Hillary but feel sorry for her given she is now so close to her prize.

      • Nige.

        When you put it that way it looks like this would be the perfect scenario for her to simply be a figure head. A face. Someone to sign the papers on behalf of others.

        • I believe Reagan more or less was one of those presidents.

          • Cadwallader

            Mmmmh; this depends on how you interpret history…after the Cuban Missile Crisis some commentators said as much about JFK and that his brother Bobbie was the power within the throne. Reagan was not a puppet simply due to his acceptance of advice from his staff. It is true he became less decisive as a result of his advisors’ roles but his friend Margaret Thatcher maintained he was always astute and in command. Her opinion is one I’d accept.

          • Boondecker

            I still recall the Secratary of State, General Alexander Haig, declared “I am in control here” as a result of
            Reagan’s hospitalisation, indicating that, while President Reagan had not “transferred the helm”, Haig was in fact directing White House crisis management until Vice President Bush arrived in Washington to assume that role. the day Reagan was shot. It caused many hours of fuss and confusion, as then VP, George H W Bush, had been taken away to a secure location until people could figure out what had happened and what was going on. Haig always maintained a very high opinion of himself.

        • shykiwibloke

          Then there is always Hillary’s version of H2 – the ‘fixer’ woman with ties to Saudi Govt. who is never far from her side.

      • Huia

        I think Obama would call for marshal law as the uproar would be huge from her supporters. He would then be able to stay in power until the USA became a Muslim caliphate.

    • Boondecker

      I heard some ‘alt-right’ sites suggesting Uncle Joe Biden would be asked by Obama to step into the breach.

    • Taser

      I was under the impression if she had to pull out then Obama could use Executive Orders and postpone the election and continue to run things temporarily.

      • biscuit barrel

        Election has to be held, as it covers all Congress and 1/3 Senate as well as numerous states own elected officials. Her only successor is her running mate not Obamas.

  • spanishbride

    Cartoonist Scott Adams has this to say…

    “If humans were rational creatures, the time and place of Clinton’s “overheating” wouldn’t matter at all. But when it comes to American psychology, there is no more powerful symbol of terrorism and fear than 9-11 . When a would-be Commander-in-Chief withers – literally – in front of our most emotional reminder of an attack on the homeland, we feel unsafe. And safety is our first priority.

    Hillary Clinton just became unelectable.

    The mainstream media might not interpret today’s events as a big deal. After all, it was only a little episode of overheating. And they will continue covering the play-by-play action until election day. But unless Trump actually does shoot someone on 5th Avenue, he’s running unopposed.”

    • Unless that person is Hillary Clinton of course.

      • Boondecker

        Herald alert just in on my mobile – “Hillary Clinton has pneumonia”

    • Seriously?

      Yep, if this is the last significant event in the election run-up, it may well be decisive. But there is still a long way to go. Given that, I think this turns it into a 50 – 50 call.

    • Observer

      Even the Washington Post is now acknowledging her health has become an issue now.

  • spanishbride

    Gab has it covered in detail #HillarysHealth no censorship there. https://gab.ai/

  • Cadwallader

    It’ll be interesting to see how the enormous intellectual grunt of Newshub (and friends) deal with this. Hillary has been their chosen candidate all along, so what to do? Blame John Key?

    • EpochNZ

      I see a story is now up on Stuff, which is a repeat (I presume) from an American Media outlet.

      Apparently for asking these questions, we are “Right Wing Conspiracy Theorists” and the article isnt allowing comments.

  • oldmanNZ

    Why is Farrah worried Trump may win, more worried is Hillary wins.
    She is sick.

    • Brian Dingwall

      There’s a reason he’s called Pinko……

  • JEL51

    Luv how Paul Watson doesn’t allow one ounce of joy to interrupt his style/rant.
    He is so onto to it pocking borax at msm. I was reading Breitbart when someone twitted in comments about Hilary. Forefilling the obligation to Breitbart who once said that we the public need to become the media. Breitbart’s UK website has grown by 135% and US site has taken off. http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/09/11/financial-times-breitbart-london-bigger-vice-spectator-planning-expansion/
    Trump is not just in the fight to change from a tower to a house, there is a much larger battle than that.

  • spanishbride

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    • JEL51

      Nice how the Big Guy & Alfred Hitchcock nearly dropped her in the gutter. Guessing a demotion will follow.

      • Catsings

        Nothing gentle going on there. They handle her like a sack of spuds, to get her out of the public eye asap

      • no bullswool

        Clearly being stage managed.They know she is sick. I favour the Parkinson theory, my father had it and there are definite signs there.What a crazy state of affairs in the US!

  • Wheninrome

    So the slogan could be “a vote for Hillary is a vote for Bill”. Watch out all you interns.

    • Huia

      You are wrong Wheninrome.
      “A vote for Hillary is a vote for Huma Mahood Abeden”, her chief partner in crime. It is her who is talking into Hillary’s ear piece telling her what to say during the speeches.
      The public are effectively hearing what the known ISIS sympathizer wants them to hear. What they are getting now are not Hillary’s words.
      Obviously the woman is in no condition to be in the role of President, but her party keep wheeling her out, medicating her and propping her up mentally and physically, it is corrupt and not fair on those people who vote for her. Not fair on the USA either, no respect for anybody but their bid to get into the driving seat.

      • JEL51

        Of course, why didn’t we see that? That day in the garden didn’t do you any harm. It cleared your head better than mine.

        • Huia

          Having a weta climb into your sweater, then make itself known as you put it back on, tends to sharpen your senses.
          And….. I have a tin foil hat on today, I’m seeing a conspiracy everywhere, especially in the Murican political circus that is going on.

    • shykiwibloke

      No winners there, so no cigars.

  • biscuit barrel

    You have the street temperature in downtown Manhattan ? Or is that the temperature taken at the Airport ?

  • Catsings

    This week Trump and Ivanka appear on the Dr Oz show to talk about his health regime. That’s going to be quite a contrast to what’s happened today.

  • jimknowsall

    OK, who else read the WO headline and thought Clinton had been withdrawn from the election?

    • Raibert

      If so is it enough of a disaster for Obama to carry on?

    • Gaynor

      After going back and re reading it , me.

  • Doc45

    I am certainly not a doctor or a detective but there are more questions than answers around this issue.
    How come we only see her when she is wobbling around on the footpath? Where was she before that and why no footage? She would be videoed every minute she was at the function.
    What does “overheated” mean? People faint when it gets up around 100F but not at 80F. If she cant cope with 80F she isn’t up to it. It was still quite early in the morning.
    She was wobbling around unable to stand. When you faint and recover you are back to normal quite quickly. Clinton is totally out of it even after getting to the footpath and waiting for a vehicle.
    It is more like Graves disease or symptoms from a treatment regime that is not working for her all the time.
    She is clearly not fit enough for the punishing job she wants.

  • Boondecker

    The old girl is sick as a dog and crooked as it’s hind leg. She is toast.

  • Brian_Smaller

    She mentioned Alt-Right the other day. This is looking more like Alt-Cntrl-Del.

  • hookerphil

    Here is the Stuff latest
    BREAKING NEWS
    Hillary Clinton has pneumonia, doctor advises rest … more soon

    • Nige.

      Yeah. Leighton reports the same thing.

      If it were true then why didn’t we hear about it on Friday? It would be considered a big deal.

      • hookerphil

        It is difficult to retrospectively date stamp statements.

    • Aucky

      So much for all the wishful ‘diagnoses’ then?

      • roblin

        I think we are now witnessing the classic DNC breaking the first law of holes: stop digging when you are in a hole.

    • Craig Godfrey

      This is a disease that does affect the older generation. Looks like a hip replacement is on the cards as well after that fiasco.

      I hope her Obamacare premiums are up to date.

    • Intrigued

      “Doctor advises rest…” i.e. code for – you won’t see much of Hillary on the campaign trail over the next little while as her team strives to keep her out of the public eye.

      • Raibert

        Hard to win an election with an absent candidate!

        • Nige.

          Since she took questions on her plane from the media last week she has had nothing but a downward trend in her poling.

          She’s going to ground in the hope that Trump puts his foot in it.

        • Intrigued

          I think you’ll find her team’s strategy is still for her to run down the clock and limit the opportunities for her to face hard questions. She’s just as prone to making statements that hurt her as Trump is as her “basket of deplorables” comment demonstrates and if she really is suffering from the long term effects of her concussion and blood clot in 2012 then her campaign team will be doing their best to limit her exposure for sure. It will be a tight contest to the end I think.

          • hookerphil

            1 fall = concussion symptoms 4 years later. I don’t think so.

          • Intrigued

            The fall and concussion was a major event for her and even Bill Clinton admitted it in 2014 when talking about the media beat up on her about the Benghazi affair when he was making excuses for her when he said it “required six months of serious work” to recover from. She has had a blood clot in her leg years before that too and is reportedly on blood pressure medication. So it’s not unreasonable to conclude that she potentially has longer term side effects from the fall that are just compounded by documented “vascular” issues.

          • roblin

            bit like our own labor leader, need to be sent to a dark corner to help him breaking his own record of days without ballsup

    • KatB

      Ahhhhh pneumonia. Apparently it’s been rife here this winter. Even my dad ended up in hospital with it, though it didn’t affect him like it has Hillary, thank goodness.

    • Sailor Sam

      So she was diagnosed last friday, before the 9/11 commemoration event.
      Would have thought her doctors would have put her to bed or in hospital before that farcical situation at the kerbside.
      Then she is shown, apparently fit and well, a few hours later walking out of her daughters apartment.

      • biscuit barrel

        The medications must be working . Funny that

  • Sailor Sam

    And then the question – is that really Hillary in the video?
    Who else would it be, a blond woman surrounded by secret service personnel carried into the standard US govt vehicle – a big black SUV.

  • Bob Dazzler

    Ahh the latest spin, liker her minder/doctors were not checking out her cough/wobbles, yeah right!

    • Nige.

      So is it heatstroke or pneumonia?

      It’s like climate change.

      Is heat the problem or the cold?

      They are trying to cover both bases.

  • Red_NZ
    • JohnO

      I observe that
      1 Hillary cannot stand upright without assistance,
      2 she cannot walk without falling even with assistance,
      3 She cannot get into the car without assistance.
      She is a a very very sick old woman and she is probably going to die or become hospitalised before the election. She is totally unfit to be president and is being used as a “puppet doll” to get the democrat party elected.

      • MaryLou

        I have to agree at this point – I feel very sorry for her actually – if anyone around her actually gave a toss, she wouldn’t be there. She’d have withdrawn gracefully and be looking forward to spending time with her family. This just isn’t right any more.

        • Nige.

          I feel sorry for the families of the two men killed at Benghazi after she ignored their pleas to have extra security because they had been tipped off that a terrorist attack was “imminent”.

          I also feel sorry for the thousands killed because she refused to use governmental approved and secured operating hard and software and subsequently had her information and communications monitored and therefore the enemy were able to keep one step ahead of her for a time.

          • MaryLou

            Yes. I haven’t forgotten these things or all the other bits that keep popping to light. But you probably saw the video of her freezing on stage, with a unnamed man having to help her start talking again – and how she repeated his sentences out loud before she could move on again, with anything to do with why she was there. Maybe she deserves it – I wouldn’t want to judge without a court case or ten – but she is a sick, sick woman and if her husband gave a rats he’d be strongly encouraging her to pull out. Ditto everyone else around her.

            Equally I actually feel sorry for America. Regardless of our differing views on Trump, they have got some serious issues – rampant in their political system.

  • BR

    Obamacare for Hilary? Not likely.

    Bill.

  • spanishbride

    If the Kennedy assassination was handled by the media the same way they are handling #HillarysHealth the headline would be….

    Kennedy recovering at home due to lead poisoning

  • Doc45

    Pneumonia?? Nice try. How come it wasn’t pneumonia after she was dosed up at her daughter’s apartment? If she was that sick with pneumonia she would not be able to walk back to her vehicle the way she did.

    • Genevieve

      Yes, why wasn’t she taken to hospital rather than her daughter’s apartment. I’ve heard of walking pneumonia but not the dragging feet variety that Hillary was exhibiting.

  • Don O’Brien

    Sometimes Republicans feel a bit faint too.
    “On January 8, 1992, about 8:20 p.m JST, U.S. President George H.W. Bush fainted after vomiting at a banquet hosted by the then Prime Minister of Japan, Kiichi Miyazawa.
    It is the only documented occurrence to date of a U.S. President vomiting on a foreign dignitary.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_H._W._Bush_vomiting_incident

    • shykiwibloke

      Anyone can faint – once. When your health is questioned every other day there is a problem.

      • biscuit barrel

        Tell us again why Trump doesnt have a media pool following him everywhere ( like Clinton does, as shown by video from the 9/11 event)

        • Karma

          Perhaps it’s because the media’s curiosity about Hillary’s health has now been peaked? so now they’re following her everywhere in the hope that something major will happen and then they’ll climb over themselves to break the news first.

        • no bullswool

          It is much simpler than that, they simply don’t want to give Trump any air time!

        • Crowgirl

          Neither one of them does, that’s why the media are so peeved they have been left out of the loop on events today. Trump doesn’t have one – most likely because he hates the media – and Hills doesn’t have one because Trump doesn’t.

          From what I can tell most of the footage is from bystanders. Neither one of them has a “protective pool” of media, and apparently what media was following Hills had difficulty keeping up with her after she was whisked off.

  • john b

    Please remind me how old Winston is ……

  • MaryLou

    I actually wonder now, whether it is entirely her choice to be continuing. The most ardent supporter now has to admit there’s something very wrong, and she must know it. Additionally, there are times where it is clear she is being fed her lines either via earpiece or by mystery “handlers”. Could it possibly be other people’s avarice that is keeping her going?

  • Aucky

    I’m no Hillary fan, nor Trump for that matter but I find it a tad tragic that the focus is on her health rather than on her policies. Oilers are better than that.

    • Nige.

      No it’s not about that for me. It’s the fact that it is being lied about. Continually.

      • Nige.

        You can see just from this morning. It was the heat. It was heatstroke. No no no it is pneumonia. Yeah it’s the cold. It’s a virus. It’s bacterial it’s this it’s that…..

        2012 the same thing. She had the flu. No a severe flu. No that was pneumonia. No it’s blood clots. No it was a bump on the head.

        What’s the big secret?

        It’s the hypocrisyrsy too. She went to town on Senator John McCain about his health during previous campaigns.

      • Aucky

        Lied about or speculated about by too many conflicting sources? I find it sad that we are adding nothing positive to the debate – just throwing more fuel on to the fire.

        • Brian Dingwall

          Thats why we come here, politics is the ultimate contact sport….

          Today is the anniversary of the late HL Mencken, “a good politician is like an honest burglar”, or “an election is an advance auction of stolen goods”…..

          But seriously, and as pneumonia is life threatening for over 65’s according to the Mayo Clinic, and one of the symptoms is “Confusion or changes in mental awareness (in adults age 65 and older)” is such a hand the one we want on the nuclear tiller?

          • Huia

            The video clip showing her leaving Chelsea’s apartment building shortly after the event sort of reduced the pneumonia statement to rubble as she strode out laughing, waving and talking to the people waiting.
            Pneumonia would have seen her carted off to hospital.

          • Aucky

            …..or is Trump’s hand the one you want? Really?

          • Brian Dingwall

            I’m in the “plague on both their houses” camp, but feel Trump is the lesser of two very significant evils, and hope that his anti free-trade rhetoric moderates if he is elected. Surely he will see it is self defeating.

            Clinton’s free trade position is not well differentiated from his anymore either, as she has jumped on the anti TPP bandwagon also (for the purpose of getting elected), in contrast to her earlier support.

            To my way of thinking she represents a much bigger threat to such limited freedoms as remain in the US than he does….YMMV

        • Nige.

          There’s nothing positive about politics unfortunately. There’s nothing positive that we’re seeing the USA election brought down to the least pc man available against the poster girl for all things (USA definition) liberal.

    • Cadwallader

      Her health is an intrinsic part of the Clinton package which is on offer to the US voters. It defies belief that Hillary’s thirst for the Presidency allowed her to enter the race when she must have had doubts about her own well-being. Her thirst for power appears to be a form of unrestrained gluttony and selfishness. Were you a Democrat delegate you might be feeling a bit cheated by the Clinton campaigners now. (How is Bernie Sanders going to handle this, badly I’d say?)

    • no bullswool

      The issue of her health is a fundamental requirement for fitness for office. It is a demanding job requiring stamina.It is not a personal attack. More importantly the cluster of episodes have not been explained adequately.For all appearances the public are being lied to and there is an underlying health problem. If it is Parkinsons Disease, which is a progressive and debilitating disease, I would be very worried if she became President!

      • Aucky

        ‘IF it is Parkinsons Disease’. There’s my problem. Who said that it is Parkinsons? That and all of the other ‘diagnoses’ are pure speculation right now. I totally agree with you regarding a progressive and debilitating disease being a major problem but I think I’ll wait on advice from an official source before jumping to conclusions.

        • no bullswool

          That is the problem. This string if episodes are not being explained. The latest event, firstly heat exhaustion, but no now it is actually pneumonia, and by the way we knew about it since Friday! So why say heat exhaustion. They are clearly making it up as they go to conceal a bigger problem. I am no expert but many of the issues I have seen in my own father. The problem walking, becomes a shuffle with time. The facial expressions- a curse of medication. She may not have Parkinsons, but she sure has some bigger health problem being covered up!

          • Aucky

            Are you SURE about that or are you speculating?

          • Nige.

            Everything is speculation. What others call life experience others will be about to call speculation. The biggest thing we who are anti Clinton have is her track record. She’s the epitome of cover-up.

            If you want to see some good speculation have a look at fox news. I prefer their speculation over NBC’s speculation.

        • R&BAvenger

          If both candidates submitted to independent medical checks and reports then all speculation would be put to bed. There are plenty of videos on You Tube of Clinton collapsing, weird facial tics occurring and the like to make this a significant issue, yet still her supporters deny there is a problem and stonewall.
          No such video exists for Trump. the only thing you might say is that the guy is likely overweight, anything else on him would be pure speculation.
          Clinton’s case is speculation based on the evidence of events in the public arena.

        • MyHovercraftIsFullOfEels

          Aucky, the political game is about continually scrutinising *everything* about your opponent. Rest assured, they will do it back.

          This is not a gentleman’s game, this is about the future of the most important nation on earth. It would be a great mistake to leave questions unasked out of a misguided sense of fair play.

    • JEL51

      Going back to the video, Paul gives a break down on the cover-up the msm are carrying out on behalf of the team. Turn down the sound and watch The Minders quickly crowd in to block the view of the public/cameras, all very game-planned. Nothing altruistic going on there.
      I’m with Huia in the The Puppet has to be seen on stage, ill or not.
      What next? Keep her even further away from the media and spread even thicker layers of fear.

    • cows4me

      I’m not.

      • no bullswool

        I’m with you Cows, that is why I come here, to speculate, to see past the BS, to search for answers, to solve the world’s problems with fellow oilers. A Presidential candidate is fair game, particularly as she has done the same thing to McCain over his health !

    • waldopepper

      we are just levelling the playing field a bit aucky.

    • R&BAvenger

      Double standards at play. It’s okay to question McCain’s health, Reagan’s health as presidentail nominees, but not Hillary’s?

      All candidates should be subject to the same scrutiny.

      There is a history of US Presidents with health issues, many who have hidden it from the public.

      http://www.healthline.com/health-slideshow/diseases-of-presidents

      http://www.livescience.com/35492-illnesses-of-presidents-secret-surgeries-110217.html

      You can see how the job aged Obama, Bush and others.

      Transparency is only one way in the race to be the next US president and it’s not wanted by the Clinton Camp.

    • PersonOfColor:WHITE

      Thing is…if she doesn’t survive…her policies are…moot.

  • Toby

    If Stephen Hawkins was running for president would anyone be questioning his ability based on his health?

    • Cadwallader

      …of course! Hawkings wasn’t born in the USA so the question is academic but his health would strike him down due to his recorded fits of anger which seem to erupt from his disablement. I can understand and do sympathise with his position.

    • Davo42

      Don’t confuse mental capacity with physical capacity – Hillary is exhibiting a lot of reduced mental capacity neurological symptoms. However we should give her the benefit of the doubt until we see her either fail to turn up, of fail to perform at the up coming leaders debates.

      The first debate will be on Monday September 26 at Hofstra University on Long Island in New York.
      The second 2016 presidential debate is scheduled for Sunday October 9 at Washington University in St Louis.
      The third and final presidential date is on Wednesday October 19 at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas.

      These events will be the real acid test of her Mental capacity and should put this argument to rest.

  • Builder

    Was Hillary wearing anti-seizure glasses? She was definitely wearing blue glasses.
    https://twitter.com/Cernovich/status/775056668694487041

  • Goldie

    Looking at the video, I’m picking this sort of thing has happened before, perhaps a number of times. All her support staff knew exactly what to do: several moved in to support her, and others casually (but efficiently) moved in to block the view. There was no surprise or panic?

    • no bullswool

      Exactly how I saw it, totally staged managed. Everyone new their job. They all have seen it before. They know whats up!

    • Nechtan

      I don’t think you can read too much into the secret service filling the gaps around her, that would be standard operating procedure. I do agree about the lack of any concern shown, they’ve seen it before.

      • Builder

        They weren’t blocking her until she fell. She was in the open leaning on the bollard .

  • Huia

    Calm down everyone.
    Hillary’s health problems are solved, its just pneumonia, (or heatstroke, or seizures, or stroke, or dehydration, or Parkinson’s disease, or brain damage or blood clots, or a bad dose of flu, it might even be tower 7 syndrome, someone else said “anyone who stands close to ground zero collapses”, just like the third building did on that dreadful day.
    I just wish they would all come clean and for once be honest.
    It is obviously an ongoing, deteriorating condition as the change in her appearance is quite noticeable. Poor woman is opening herself up to more speculation by trying to function normally.
    The party need to front up.

  • cows4me

    I wouldn’t worry it was just the devil tapping the vile woman on the shoulder and reminding her who she works for. I see her mongrel daughter hasn’t falling far from the tree either. She was charging $2,700 for a three minute meet at Penn state University. Just like mother, why does this nobody whose only claim to fame is being the daughter of the biggest crooks in America think she is worth $2,700 for three minutes, elitist bludgers.

  • cows4me

    This guy is on to it.

  • rangitoto

    I notice that the van being used looks like a hearse. Are they anticipating something?

    • Goldie

      Or an ambulance, probably fully kitted out with medical equipment?

  • waldopepper

    im curious. if she died before the election what happens then ? do they vote no 2 on the ticket ?

    • Boondecker

      Rumours already circulation the DNC are having a crisis meeting. Obama will be there as a Democratic Party leader and the suggestion is he will push for VP Joe Biden to step into Clinton’s breach.

      • Builder

        I wonder if thats even possible. There must be a cutoff point for candidates to be on the ballot.

        • Boondecker

          True, you’d think. The voting has started in at least one State. However, at the end of the day, Obama as POTUS and leader of the DNC has the call in a crisis, above all else.

          • Builder

            I see it varies between states and typically 60-90 days before election. So not possible for Biden.

            https://ballotpedia.org/Ballot_access_for_presidential_candidates

          • Boondecker

            I get your point, but you can’t vote for a dead person or someone who is unable to be there due to being incapacitated in some way. And as Caine has not actually been elected as VP (yet?) he has no automatic rights to assume the position. There will be rules somewhere – I bet those are being pored over right now. Watch for Obama’s call.

          • SernieBanders

            Unleash the Bern.

  • Goldie

    I note the above video is no longer available – more covering up?

    • Boondecker

      YouTube are doing a lot of that for her these days. It’s very suspicious and the level of contrived and conspired media bias during 2016 (it’s even very evident here in NZ) is probably worth an in-depth investigation on its own…

      • Fish Oil

        maybe we can ask our castrated news media to do that investigation?

  • Keanne Lawrence

    One might suspect that her support staff have now had some extra training akin to those trained as carers. It is not as easy or simple a task as some might imagine as lessons learned are passed onto my wife who is overseeing the caring for her 94 year old mother. A CT scan revealed a small blood clot suspected as a result of a recent fall and though only falling to her knees she is now immobilised.
    It is always telling when a public figures doctor puts doctor patient confidentiality aside to release a patients condition. Sure pneumonia can be treated with the right medication without hospitalisation but it is debilitating if you follow the instructions to rest and take the whole course of medication. It is not as simple as popping a pill and carrying on doing what you have been doing. The cause or source of the infection is equally important and it seems the old girl has allergies to boot.
    The primaries will retrospectively look like a cake walk as real battle builds in intensity and regardless of the support team might like us to believe it is no place for a sick old lady. No disrespect intended but the increasing number of candles on her birthday cake really shed light on the fact that the older we get the tougher it is to bounce back. Can’t help getting the feeling that the Democrats have fielded another dud. TWT

  • Gaynor

    Has Hilary lost a lot of weight or does she have a double

    • Huia

      There is this on the internet, but don’t know how factual it is.

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