Rumor or not, the photo of her tongue with a gaping hole in it, as well as her recent blackout with a blank stare do bring up valid questions. You be the judge on the blackout:
The questions about Clinton’s health have gone viral in the past week as a number of outlets have claimed that Clinton is in frail and failing health and that her campaign is trying to hide just how dire her situation has become. But as news outlets have tracked the rumors about Hillary’s health back to the sources, they have uncovered a mix of complete speculation, some intentionally misleading information, and other outright falsehoods.Some of the questions about Hillary Clinton’s health have come directly from Donald Trump. Sinking in the polls after a series of severe missteps, Trump this week began openly questioning Clinton’s mental health, calling her “unhinged” and “unbalanced,” New York magazine noted.
“The Washington Post and Politico report that Trump called attention on Saturday to Clinton’s Friday remark that she “may have short-circuited” her recent answer to an interviewer’s question about the investigation into her use of a private email server while Secretary of State — an answer which has has been roundly criticized as false. Incorrectly ridiculing Hillary for this, Trump said that “she took a little short-circuit in the brain — she has problems,” adding that he didn’t think she was “all there,” and that “the people of this country don’t want somebody who’s going to short-circuit up here.”
The “short-circuit in the brain” remark by Donald Trump was echoed by other reports that claim Hillary Clinton is suffering from some serious illnesses, and could even be dying.
But the questions about Hillary Clinton’s health have still been able to gain traction online, including the reports that Clinton could be dying. The stories have been shared a number of times on social media along with supportive comments. What it’s not doing, as the polls indicate, is helping Donald Trump’s standing. Hillary Clinton has surged to her biggest lead since winning the nomination, ahead of Trump by close to 9 points on the poll aggregator Pollster.