The project to save the now seriously threatened campaign of Hillary Clinton is naturally and as expected being waged on the PR front by the mainstream media outlets. One of those is People magazine.
They matter-of-factly included statements in a report on the day after Mrs. Clinton’s close encounter with the Manhattan pavement, stating the “illness that sickened Hillary Clinton with pneumonia” had “also struck down several members of her campaign team at Clinton headquarters in Brooklyn.”
Why would they want to create the impression that there is some mystery bug running rampant inside the Clinton campaign without providing documentation to support their claims? We were told in a statement by Clinton’s personal physician that she is suffering from dehydration that occurred as the result of pneumonia brought on by her allergies.
So have the Clinton super-allergies become communicable? Or has she just hacked on enough people during her coughing fits to give them all her pneumonia, if it is of the contagious type. Is the press corps that has been traveling with Clinton also now at risk, having been in the direct line of fire on several occasions or is the “smart pneumonia” able to distinguish between staff members and others?
People quoted an anonymous campaign source as saying, “Everyone’s been sick,” referring to a month ago in August when they report “At least half a dozen senior staff were felled, including campaign manager Robby Mook. Two top advisers even needed emergency medical treatment, the source says. One top adviser diagnosed at a Brooklyn urgent-care center with a respiratory infection was being treated with antibiotics in the days before Clinton’s diagnosis. Another top adviser was taken by ambulance to the ER by ambulance after collapsing from what turned out to be severe dehydration.”
Really, People, the video below is of an August 21st interview on CNN with Mr. Mook in which he seems healthy and unimpaired in any way aside from his typical dishonesty. He’s running the standard excuses package of lies past the host like it’s just another day at the office. One would think with most of the staff suffering debilitating conditions and himself succumbing to it there would have been at least a mention or some physical evidence.
There’s no bagging or darkness around his eyes, he’s not noticeably pale and his eyes aren’t red. Maybe it was just a reaction to his candidates sagging poll numbers. As for evidence, People provides no medical records as verification of any of their anecdotal claims. They simply accept the word of the Clinton campaign. We all know how trustworthy they are.
What the campaign is attempting to do, with the aid of a more than willing media, is to downplay the seriousness of the Clinton medical condition. By asserting that it’s “something going around the office” they are effectively stating that it is not the serious, life threatening, debilitating condition that many believe it is. They buy her time to recover, appear normal, and spread the idea that maybe it really was just a bug.
Of course that doesn’t explain her seizures, her involuntary motions and other bizarre behaviors, but it doesn’t have to. They just need to buy time for people to forget, to become distracted and begin to believe the latest campaign narrative, reinforced by the media propagandists, like those at People; People you can’t trust.”
The video below is only for the purpose of showing the physical condition of Campaign Manager Robby Mook, dispelling claims that the mystery pneumonia was going around the campaign at the time this video was made. There’s no content of any value, just more of the smirking, lying little piece of anti-American trash doing what he’s paid to do.