Friday, September 2, 2016

Hillary Clinton's health

Hillary Clinton is running for president at age 68 -- her age is not important.

She does not have a lot or energy for an overweight woman her age.

Hillary has been diagnosed with cerebral venous thrombosis, head trauma, cancer, brain infection, hypothyroidism, seasonal pollen allergies, and inborn clotting abnormalities, per the Washington Post.

She has also been seen in a video needing two strong men to help her climb up a few stairs in front of a house -- the steps were dry, and it was a sunny day with good visibility -- that was a disturbing video.

Four years ago, Hillary Clinton fainted, hit her head, and suffered a concussion.

Bill Clinton accidentally revealed that her recovery took a long time.

Donald Trump also needs his head examined.

We need to discover why he can't stop making impulsive Tweets, won't hire someone to edit his Tweets, and won't stop using his Twitter account before Election Day!

A recent Rasmussen Reports survey found 59% of voters say all major presidential candidates should release their most recent medical records to the public.

For Hillary, medical records for the past five years are more important than the tax returns she has released.

For Donald, tax returns for the past five years are more important than his medical records -- he obviously has a lot of energy for an overweight man his age.

John McCain ran for president at age 71 in 2008. He invited reporters to review 1,173 pages of his medical records, and they did.