Ouch! After her collapse in New York yesterday, she may have put a bigger dent in her career than she’d hoped for. Things are not looking up for Hillary. Her party is starting to turn on her. The Democratic National Committee will hold an emergency meeting. During that time they will consider replacing our weak Hillary Clinton with someone who doesn’t have failing health.
Emmy award-winning broadcaster David Shuster says, Democratic Party operatives are holding a crisis summit during which time they will discuss who is a suitable alternative for Hillary, in light of Clinton’s health problems – and an apparent effort by her campaign to cover them up.
A secret source told Shuster that they were in “unchartered political territory.”, they didn’t know how to deal with her campaign covering up the fact that Hillary had been suffering from pneumonia, for the past three days, or how she has any possibility of winning after the shocking footage of her fall in New York.
They are about to pull the plug on Hillary’s campaign, talk about a depressing day for our little liar.
Her doctor, Lisa Bardack even stated:
Clinton was diagnosed on Friday with pneumonia, and “was put on antibiotics, and advised to rest and modify her schedule.”
“While at this morning’s event, she became overheated and dehydrated. I have just examined her and she is now re-hydrated and recovering nicely,” said Bardack, chairman of internal medicine at the Mount Kisco Medical Group.
“…was diagnosed on Friday with pneumonia…”
One top Democrat told Shuster.“We can make contingencies, argue, plead with Hillary Clinton, but DNC bylaws are clear her nominee status now totally up to her,”
But, according to another DC source, powerful donors are now “preparing for the worst”, Hillary’s campaign trail is doomed to fail.
On top of everything else, Hillary’s top advisors voiced their concerns that the “shock” footage of Hillary appearing to faint was a massive game changer.
“The Clintons have this notion that they only go as far as they need to” in terms of disclosure, an ally close to the former president told Politico. “They can’t afford to approach this that way.”
“It’s going to be something that people aren’t going to be able to stop talking about, so we’ll see,” added James Carville, a longtime close confidante of Hillary Clinton.
Another unnamed source close to the Clintons said the fainting video “adds a new, unwelcome element” to the presidential race.
Last week, even before her fall, the top Democratic strategists panicked that Hillary’s health wasn’t something they could hide any longer, it was becoming a major issue that could cost Clinton the election.
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