The press has been working really hard to cover up the issue of Hillary’s health and subsequent inability to serve as President. But, recent releases from the FBI have brought her health to the fore front. By her own admission, Mrs. Clinton suffered a concussion and was restricted to working only a few hours per day.
According to Zero Hedge:
With much of the recent discussion focusing on Hillary Clinton’s general health condition, and mental acuity in particular, we wonder if the FBI just threw her under the bus with the following statement which links Hillary’s “inability” to remember her transition instructions with her 2012 concussion and blood clot:
CLINTON stated she received no instructions or direction regarding the preservation or production of records from State during the transition out of her role as Secretary of State in early 2013. However, in December of 2012, CLINTON suffered a concussion and then around the New Year had a blood clot. Based on her doctor’s advice, she could only work at State for a few hours a day and could not recall every briefing she received. CLINTON did not have any discussions with aides about turning over her email records, nor did anyone from State request them. She believed her work-related emails were captured by her practice of sending email to the state.gov email address of her staff. CLINTON was unaware of the requirement to turn over printed records at that time. Her physical records were boxed up and handled by aides.
The original, on page 9 of 11:
It’s interesting that someone like Mrs. Clinton who has been a First Lady, Senator and Secretary of State claims she did not receive adequate training and was unaware of procedures. What’s more incriminating however, is that Mrs. Clinton’s medical condition kept her restricted to working only a few hours per day, and also had a blood clot.
Having suffered two more concussions, and spending much of 2013 in the hospital, the real question is why isn’t this relevant to the fitness of a Presidential candidate? The press has a lot of explaining to do, and much of it not good.
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