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John Chuckman



“I’m a doctor. The real issue isn’t Hillary Clinton’s health – it’s that she might win’

Doctor or not, this has to be one of the least informative piece I’ve seen in a while in The Guardian.

Is it even right for a doctor to say” Hey, I’m a doctor, and I’m telling you a person I’ve never met is just fine”?

And the term “conspiracy theory” has been so overused, it is annoying even to see it. It functions only as a red flag for readers to be be cautious about what follows.

Actually it is reputed to have been dreamed up years ago by a CIA media manipulator to discredit people who have legitimate questions about serious matters.

If you think there are no conspiracies, I can only ask where you have been living?

Tony Blair and Iraq? The phony Syrian civil war that is actually America trying to topple an elected government it does not like by proxy? Israel’s nuclear arsenal? The massive fraud in the Democratic primary races, over which there are now numerous lawsuits? TWA Flight 800?

If you claim to be a scientist, it is not a very scientific language to use.

The amount of evidence we see absolutely means Hillary has a health problem. I don’t know just what it is, but the evidence is indisputable.

It has nothing to do with sexism or any other “ism” to say so

She wouldn’t be the first a candidate to hide a physical or health problem.

Again, just one set of videos:

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