bee Posted September 13, 2016 #376 Share Posted September 13, 2016 (edited) . It looks like there is no denying that Hillary Clinton had some kind of head injury and was treated for a blood clot at the end of Dec. 2012 - In my previous post 354 - I gave some info about reports of her being involved in a secret trip to Iran and being injured in a crash landing - In this article the head injury and brain clot is blamed on ----- " a concussion Dec. 13 after a fall in her home that was blamed on a stomach virus that left her weak and dehydrated." http://www.foxnews.com/health/2013/01/02/clinton-blood-clot-uncommon-complication.html an 'uncommon complication' apparently - I wonder if - although it is said there was 'no neurological damage' - her poor health related to the head injury is common knowledge behind the scenes and the intense campaigning is taking it's toll - I think she probably does have pneumonia AS WELL --- but when the Doctor's report comes out ONLY the pneumonia will be mentioned -- Perhaps all along it was known that she didn't have the physical stamina and decent enough health to be president - but it was thought that she deserved to be rewarded for her '''work''' in government --- eg. helping to destroy / destabilize Libya and Syria - - and the reward was to be her place in history as the first woman President of the United States -- maybe 'they' thought she was the only one who could beat Trump..? Although that looks like it has gone pear shaped now - --- the plan might be (have been) that a short while after becoming the first female president she would step down because of health issues and her deputy would take over -? I'm only speculating but at the moment she doesn't look like she is going to be well enough or popular enough to win the election, anyway --- . Edited September 13, 2016 by bee 4 Top Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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