There’s a picture circling around the Internet that shows Hillary Clinton being propped up by her handlers at a speech, raising concerns that she was unable to stand on her own.
Reporter Kristinn Taylor from The Gateway Pundit noticed the image from an event at Southwest College in Los Angeles back in April 16.
Pictures from earlier in the event show Clinton standing on her own.
Later, however, handlers were seen around Clinton trying to keep her from falling.
US Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks to the overflow crowd who were unable… https://t.co/qnzzDj2xkL
— Kristinn Taylor (@KristinnFR) August 10, 2016
“It is not clear what made Clinton lose her balance such that two men had to rush to keep her from falling down,” Taylor wrote. “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.”
This picture was only the latest of those that show something is up with Hillary Clinton’s health.
The photo analysis of Clinton being held up by her handlers was far from the first, which includes one showing Clinton being helped up a flight of stairs and one showing her handler with what seems to be a diazepam pen, something often associated with stopping seizures.
Seizures might be a sign of post-concussion syndrome, something that would have an affect on her ability to stand due to dizziness. It would also affect memory and cognition, and could make her more aggressive – something the American people deserve to know before they vote for her.
This isn’t a conspiracy theory. It has become clear to anyone who has been paying attention that Hillary Clinton’s health is deteriorating and it is not due to the ravages of old age. This is something that could affect her ability to do the job. What is even worse is that the media refuses to weigh in on this, let alone even mention Hillary’s health.
American voters need answers and we need them before November in order to make an informed decision.