Rudy Giuliani, former New York City Mayor, is not giving up on Hillary Clinton’s mental illness issue. Giuliani further claimed that there is proof, and it is present on the Internet.
Giuliani is also the campaign adviser of Donald Trump. He stated that online videos are currently asking serious questions about the Democratic presidential nominee’s mental health.
Adapting Trump’s media-blaming strategy, Giuliani accused news networks for their incapacity to give appropriate coverage to issues about Hillary Clinton’s psychological health, according to Huffington Post.
Giuliani claimed that the former First Lady is the queen of a media empire. According to him, this empire is absolutely committed in attacking Trump, ignoring her illness, and therefore giving her the chance to lead in the polls.
“[The media]fails to point out several signs of illness by her; all you gotta do is go online,” Giuliani said. He was interrupted before he could finish his statement by host Shannon Bream, who said that the former Secretary of State’s campaign stated that there is no factual evidence to support those claims.
“Go online and put down ‘Hillary Clinton illness,’ take a look at the videos yourself,” Giuliani said in response.
Although Giuliani could not specify the type of mental illness Clinton allegedly has, the former mayor contributed to right-wing ideas and conspiracy theories bubbling on the Internet. Earlier, it was reported by Morning News USA that the Democratic candidate was apparently showing weird and erratic behavior on the campaign trail. Strange signs led many to wonder whether she is seriously ill.
According to Politico, Giuliani pointed out that Clinton had not organized a news conference in over 200 days, and the media is even quiet on that.
Recently in an interview, Trump said it wasn’t much difficult for her, as she would give a speech on a teleprompter, then she’ll vanish.
“I don’t know if she goes home [and] goes to sleep. I think she sleeps,” Trump said.