The forensic pathologist, Bennet Omalu, suggested that Hillary Clinton’s campaign must check for possible poisoning after she collapsed on Sunday in New York.
Omalu is the forensic pathologist who discovered chronic traumatic encephalopathy in the brains of late NFL players. A biographical film called “Concussion” was released based on his life. Will Smith played the role of the forensic pathologist.
According to Washington Post, Omalu had given the suggestion on Twitter. He wrote that he had already advised campaign officials to administer a toxicologic analysis of Clinton’s blood. While the tweet received criticism, it was unable to stop Omalu’s tenacity.
Omalu went all the way to explain his suggestion. He said that he never trusted trust Russian president Vladimir Putin, nor Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, who had expressed admiration for Putin.
It was earlier reported that in January, Putin was incriminated by a British inquiry. This was in relation to the poisoning death of Alexander Litvinenko, a former KGB operative, in London in 2006.
Another report by Breitbart said that former U.S. Secret Service agent Dan Bongino spoke Monday morning about the Democratic presidential candidate’s medical condition. Bongino was asked for his thoughts on the apparently weakened Hillary Clinton, who dragged into a van by Secret Service agents on Sunday morning.
“This is severe. I was in the Secret Service for twelve years. I must have done security, or been part of a security plan, at close to five-hundred sites, if not more,” Bongino replied.
“I’ve never seen a protectee go down like that, ever.”
Bongino said that he had never seen a protectee actually faint. According to him, any reasonable person would doubt she would have taken a fall if it weren’t for the agents. Bongino said that one of the most noticeable parts of the video was “how severe the situation was.”