Source: Blacklisted News
This recent video showing a seizure type episode suffered by Hillary Clinton adds to the reoccurring questions about the overall health of the Democratic Party’s nominee.
In February she had coughing fits that became news. Here she is in Harlem earlier this year:
To try to quell concers one year ago Clinton was the first of the 2016 presidential candidates to release her medical evaluation.
Not that Clinton is in perfect health. She is on Coumadin, an anti-coagulation medication she takes for deep-vein thrombosis (that is, a blood clot in a deep vein). She suffered from the condition in 1998 and 2009, Bardack writes, and also suffered a clot after a 2012 concussion. That concussion came as Clinton, dehydrated from a stomach virus, fainted in her home. Though the effects of the concussion are gone and the thrombosis was dissolved, she has taken the medication since then as a precaution.
This makes Clinton the first of the presidential candidates to release her medical evaluation. Though they are not required to do so, major candidates often submit them as a matter of course — as they do their tax returns — as part of the unofficial pre-election vetting procedure. Read Bardack’s evaluation letter below.
While I have no idea how healthy Mrs. Clinton is or is not, this latest episode will add to the myriad of qualification issues Hillary will have to respond to as she seeks to take the White House this November.