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Saturday, August 13, 2016

Will Hillary Make It To November?

This is serious!

The above photo was taken in April. She is literally being propped up. Apparently, Clinton has been gravely ill for a considerable length of time. We have all seen the recent one below of her being helped up the stairs by people supporting her on both sides.

Information has come to light that she is suffering from a form of dementia called Subcortical Vascular Dementia, "a type of dementia caused by widespread, microscopic areas of damage to the deep layers of white matter in the brain." The outlook is poor. This is a progressive disease, and there is no cure.  More here

The reality is that the Democrats must win in November at all costs in order to continue the agenda. Should Hillary either become too ill to function or pass away prior to November, they may well lose the election. She  is the only real banner carrier they have. There seems to be a diabolical  attempt to hide her failing physical health which could well have a deleterious effect on her mental capacity. 

Clearly, she is either running herself or being run into the ground in order to last past the election
  
Should she make it and win, what shape will she be in. At this point, her ability to carry out the strenuous job of President of the United States Of America is questionable at best.  The brutal truth is that those who will vote for Hillary, just because she is Hillary, in the end may not be getting her but either a stand-in or a replacement.

Of course, Soros will be pulling the strings, no matter what her health may be. At this point, it just might be Huma's strings instead.



Hillary Clinton Propped Up by Man to Keep From Falling Over While Making Campaign Speech
by Kristinn Taylor

A photo from April shows now-Democratic Party presidential nominee Hillary Clinton being firmly held up by a man on her right side to keep her from falling over as she addressed an overflow crowd during a campaign stop in Los Angeles, while a man on her left side is seen urgently extending his arm to aid in propping up Clinton. Obscured behind Clinton is a third person whose extended hand can be seen reaching out to steady her left arm.

The man holding Clinton up has one hand clasping her right hand and his other hand grasping her bicep. Clinton is leaning forward speaking to the crowd using a microphone held in her left hand.


The photo by Mark Ralston with AFP/Getty Images was published with the caption:

US Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks to the overflow crowd who were unable… https://t.co/qnzzDj2xkL
— Kristinn Taylor (@KristinnFR) August 10, 2016
“US Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks to the overflow crowd who were unable to get into the venue during a campaign rally at the Southwest College in Los Angeles, California on April 16, 2016. / AFP / Mark Ralston (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)”
Another photo taken by Ralston from the same perspective shows Clinton was standing on a large, square concrete platform meant for sitting that was wide enough to hold several standing people. Clinton is seen standing alone and unaided in that photo.

It is not clear what made Clinton lose her balance such that three people had to rush to keep her from falling down.

US Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks to the overflow crowd who were unable… https://t.co/eZBT37XGVv

— Kristinn Taylor (@KristinnFR) August 10, 2016

“US Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks to the overflow crowd who were unable to get into the venue during a campaign rally at the Southwest College in Los Angeles, California on April 16, 2016. / AFP / Mark Ralston (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)”
(Article updated to include mention of obscured third person helping to prop up Clinton.)

Source:  Gateway Pundit

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