According to a YouGov poll conducted for The Times, fewer than half of American voters believe Hillary Clinton’s explanation for faintgate, the “medical episode” which required her to leave the New York 9/11 commemoration ceremony early and resulted in undeniable video footage of Hillary collapsing as attendants stuffed her into a van and hustled her away from public view.
The Independent reports, that 46 percent of registered voters don’t believe Hillary’s campaign’s story that the “medical episode” was caused by a mild form of pneumonia, allergies and that she felt “overheated.”
Why should they believe it? Hillary seems incapable of telling the truth. She has continually lied and obfuscated during this entire presidential campaign about things such as her private email server and her “extremely careless . . . handling of very sensitive, highly classified information.” Hillary must suffer from “truthophobia” or “lyingitis.”
Hillary’s health has now finally become a legitimate campaign issue, but only because after her 9/11 collapse was caught on video the biased media wing of the Democrats’ Party, a.k.a. the main stream media, could no longer pretend that it and her lying were not legitimate issues.
Hillary called in to CNN Monday night and spoke with Anderson Cooper about her 9/11 “medical episode.” Cooper mentioned that even David Axelrod was very critical of the way that Hillary and her campaign kept her illness from the public. Axelrod tweeted, “Antibiotics can take care of pneumonia, what’s the cure for an unhealthy penchant for privacy that repeatedly creates unnecessary problems?” Then Cooper asked Hillary, “Why keep it a secret?” Hillary’s telling response:
HILLARY CLINTON: Well, I just didn’t think it was going to be that big a deal.
Hillary doesn’t think the health of a president wannabe is “that big a deal?” That is just one more example of Hillary’s poor judgment.