Hillary Clinton Dropping Out Of Race? Democrats Ditching Her If MIA For 1st Presidential Debate
It was recently reported by high-level sources that if Hillary Clinton fails to show up at the first presidential debate, she might drop out of the race.Advertisement
The sources claimed that in case the former First Lady is absent at the biggest scheduled debate in history, the democrats would compel her to drop out.
Inside reports stated that the Democrats also started arranging special meetings for a possible replacement. In the midst of these issues, media outlets were inquiring if Clinton will be well enough to continue her campaign.
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Infowars was provided with information directly from the Secret Service back in August. These information contained details of Hillary Clinton’s health. All of it turned out to be true when an amateur photographer captured the Democratic candidate collapsing near a 9/11 ceremony in New York.
In another video message, the former First Lady sounded furious for not staying 50 points ahead of GOP candidate Donald Trump.
“Now having said all this, why aren’t I 50 points ahead, you might ask? Well, the choice for working families has never been clearer. I need your help to get Donald Trump’s record out to everybody,” Clinton said.
“Nobody should be fooled. He proudly declared himself one hundred percent right to work. He even hired a union busting firm to break up an organizing campaign, at his hotel in Las Vegas, where you are right now.”
Clinton also said that Trump made his money by “stiffing” small businesses and contractors, which according to her is against everything America stood for.
Currently, Clinton’s health is still being questioned. But in an interview with ABC Action News, the former First Lady laughed off a suggestion that she should undergo neurological testing.
“Some doctors have said, because of your age as well as your opponent’s age, that you could be at a higher risk for dementia or even Alzheimer’s, and have suggested that you take some neuro-cognitive tests. Would you be willing to do that?” the interviewer asked.
“You know, I am very sorry I got pneumonia. I am very glad that antibiotics took care of it, and that’s behind us now. I have met the standard that everybody running for president has met in terms of releasing information about my health,” Clinton replied.
“I have to say that my opponent has not met that standard. So I am very happy that we have put out all the information there is that reflects on my health, and I am physically, mentally healthy and fit to be president of the United States.”
Clinton strictly refused to take the tests that have been suggested to her.