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Story Changes Again, Now Hillary's Doctor Claims She Has Pneumonia

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Having stated that her coughing fit last week was due to her suffering from seasonal allergies, and that this morning's fainting episode was due to 'overheating' and dehydration, the Clinton campaign now once again changed the constantly changing narrative, releasing a shocking statement by Hillary's doctor, according to which she was diagnosed pneumonia on Friday.






So when the entire Clinton campaign fell like a ton of bricks on anyone hinting she is unwell after her dramatic coughing fits last week, what word best describes this? And them why did it take two days since Friday for this Doctor Bardack to reveal Clinton's medical condition?


Three more questions:


  1. Hillary has had a nasty, documented cough since january - why did it take 9 months to diagnose this?
  2. If Hillary has pneumonia, and passed out at an event, - why was she taken to her daughter's apartment and not a hospital? After all, she was as of today aware of her Friday diagnosis.
  3. After coming out of Chelsea's apartment, why did Hillary says she "felt great" - as of this morning she was aware she had Pneumonia; why not admit the truth for once to the public?


This story smells so bad, that even the left-leaning media is upset at the Clinton campaign:


This is the first Clinton's press corps is hearing of her pneumonia. Unclear if we'd have been told if not for this morning's incident.


— Gabriel Debenedetti (@gdebenedetti)


It makes one wonder why something as simple as her not being well has to lied about, covered up, spun, and the propagandized? A distraction from her 'deplorable' comments? Perhaps, but one thing is for sure, all those mainstream media types damning conspiracy-theorists over health concerns are now silenced.


We wonder if now Hillary will blame her (non-GAAP) pneumonia for having to back out of the upcoming debates, and finally, with credibility in anything Hillary says no non-existant, would it be too much to ask for an independent verification of her rapidly changing medical condition especially since nobody knows what is going on, and whom to believe any more.






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