Hillary Clinton held a pathetic rally in Pennsylvania yesterday at Temple University, where she wasn’t even able to get 200 people to show up to see her at the school, but a damning picture snapped just before she went on stage spells trouble for the floundering candidate.
It was just last week that Hillary collapsed outside of the 9/11 memorial in New York City, but the media quickly changed the subject once she was back on the trail and bringing up “birther” issues form nine years ago. However, while her health may not have been the main topic of discussion, apparently it’s still not the greatest despite her saying otherwise.
A photograph taken from Temple University shows that she’s unable to climb a small flight of stair on her own. In fact, she’s seen staring straight down as if to concentrate on every step while a Secret Service agent, or at least a man who appears to be, plays caretaker and holds her hand to keep her steady, the Gateway Pundit reported.
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Hillary has been able to conceal whatever is ailing her for quite some time. However, last week’s episode shined a light on the fact there’s something wrong, and the way her campaign handled it only fueled the speculative fires among concerned voters who saw video of her collapse and aren’t buying that it was from pneumonia.
Numerous doctors have looked at videos of Hillary having what appeared to be seizures or some sort of uncontrollable fits and suggested that she may have Parkinson’s or some other neurological disorder. But Hillary has repeatedly denied having any sort of chronic illness, and instead blames her numerous symptoms on seasonal allergies and temporary sickness.
But if that’s the case, then why have her protection detail break protocol to hide you from the press and secretly take you to your daughter’s apartment, where she miraculously recovered from alleged dehydration in under 90 minutes, setting a world record for the fastest rehydration time in the history of mankind?
As they say; those with nothing to hide don’t go to such great lengths to hide it.