Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton can crack jokes about her health with Jimmy Kimmell all day long, but the reality she continues to ignore is that the public suspects she is hiding serious health problems from them. From coughing spells to moments when she needs help walking up stairs or simply standing, her health is something about which people should rightfully be concerned.
The mainstream media would like to believe Clinton’s health concerns are nothing more than a right-wing conspiracy, but that theory doesn’t hold up when former President Bill Clinton expressed similar concerns.
In his book, “Unlikable, The Problem with Hillary Clinton,” author Edward Klein said Bill Clinton believed his wife was too ill to run for president.
Last year, Clinton was forced to cancel meetings and cut back on campaigning because of her health. She told those around her that her doctors couldn’t find a “definitive problem,” but “Bill believed she was in denial and was ignoring what could be life-threatening symptoms,” Klein wrote.
The former president was so concerned that he asked a cardiologist to review her medical records. After doing so, the physician recommended that the former secretary of state travel with a doctor full time so she could remain under constant supervision.
She apparently would have none of it.
Klein said that Bill Clinton was worried that his wife would fall or stumble at a critical moment during her campaign, giving away the fact that she simply “wasn’t up to” the job of being president. But when he approached her about how campaigning was affecting her health, she allegedly “blew up” at him and said, “You’re acting like a f***ing quitter and loser. You’re projecting your own health problems onto me. I’m not dying.”
That certainly sounds like someone who is denial, but what Clinton can’t deny is that the majority of voters want to see her medical records.
She also can’t deny the fact that even he husband is worried — and he, of all people, should know how sick she is.
(via: Conservative Tribune)