Hillary Clinton is dealing with the late stages of a serious neurological disorder, former Huffington Post columnist David Seaman claims in a YouTube video that has received nearly 1 million views.
Based on the WikiLeaks email trove, Hillary Clinton staffers were researching "fairly exotic medications" for this condition as far back as 2012, he asserted.
Seaman also called out the corporate media for artificially inflating Hillary Clinton's popularity as a form of outright propaganda.
In a related development, according to a newly released Gallup poll, only 32 percent of the American public has a great deal or fair amount of trust in the media. For Republicans, it's down to a marginal 14 percent. Democrats have a 51 percent trust level, however. This drops to 30 percent for independents. "Now, only about a third of the U.S. has any trust in the Fourth Estate, a stunning development for an institution designed to inform the public."
Seaman, the longtime Huff Post scribe, was abruptly fired and his log-in credentials disabled in late August after writing two articles questioning Hillary's health. The stories were also scrubbed from the website.
Parenthetically, shortly after expressing grave concerns during a Los Angeles radio interview about Hillary Clinton's health and what he considered primitive healthcare treatment she was receiving, Dr. Drew Pinsky, the ubiquitous TV physician and board-certified internist, lost his gig on CNN sister network HLN. All parties concerned insist that there is no cause-and-effect relationship between his radio comments and the show's cancellation, however.
As the entire planet knows, Hillary Clinton collapsed at the Ground Zero ceremony in New York City on Sunday morning and was whisked away by her security detail to daughter Chelsea's apartment rather than the nearest ER. This apparently is not the standard protocol for those under government protection according to a retired Secret Service agent writing in the Independent Journal Review.
Although the initial report was that she was overheated and dehydrated, Clinton's personal physician subsequently attributed the fainting spell to a previously undisclosed pneumonia diagnosis for which she is being treated with antibiotics. In a two-page letter released today, her doctor further explained that the illness is "mild noncontagious bacterial pneumonia" and reaffirmed that Hillary Clinton is otherwise healthy and fit to serve as president.
The letter also revealed that the Democrat nominee received treatment for sinusitis and an ear infection in January and underwent a follow-up brain scan in March which showed no abnormalities.