Trump Surrogate Isn't a Doctor, But She Plays One on TV

Did any of you guys know that perennial halfwit, Katrina Pierson, is a doctor?

Me neither. That’s because she isn’t, but that won’t keep her from tossing out random medical terms on TV.

Speaking on MSNBC, Katrina Pierson alleged that Clinton has a disorder called dysphasia, a condition brought on by brain trauma that erodes a person’s ability to speak or comprehend language.

“What’s new are the other reports or observations of Hillary Clinton’s behavior or mannerisms … as well as her dysphasia, the fact that she’s fallen, she has had a concussion, there are really interesting things out there,” Pierson said.

I literally wish Pierson’s tongue would literally fall out of her mouth the next time she engages it to say something moronic.

Hillary Clinton may very well have some medical issues that are being kept from the public. She’s stumbled, fallen, and had to be helped up a short flight of stairs, as if she were incapable of making it on her own.

None of that gives Pierson carte blanche to make statements about the health of anyone else, as if she has inside knowledge.

Clinton’s doctor is Dr. Lisa Bardack, and she claims Clinton is fit to lead.

Recently, Bardack released a statement to address the conspiracy theories around apparent falsified medical records with her name on them saying that Clinton has dysphasia.

“These documents are false, were not written by me and are not based on any medical facts,” Bardack said. “To reiterate what I said in my previous statement, Secretary Clinton is in excellent health and fit to serve as President of the United States.”

Pierson on Thursday said Clinton could clear up the confusion by holding a press conference in which she shows she’s capable of fielding questions.

Not a bad idea.

I’d like to see Trump do the same thing. Better yet, let him do it without getting offended and banning certain news outlets like some tinpot despot.