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Lackadaisical Behavior Points to Hillary Health Problems Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Wed, May 14, 2014, 08:15 PM

Where's Hillary Clinton? She's considered the front-runner for the Democrat Party nomination for President in 2016. However, she has cancelled some public appearances, such as in San Diego, Ca., a few weeks ago and is reluctant to hold daily press confereneces with reporters. Her health appears to be failing her.

The Washington Post reports that, "The injury that Clinton suffered has been the subject of speculation by both her friends and her enemies. Her doctors said that she had become severely dehydrated with an intestinal infection and fainted, suffering a concussion and a subsequent blood clot."

She allegedly suffered from a serious stroke in December 2012, when she was scheduled to testify about Benghazi at a Congressional Committtee hearing. Later on, she stunned the public by saying, "What difference does it make?" when asked about four innocent Americans killed in a terrorist attack. Her lackadaisical attitude towards her political ambitions is raising concerns amongst her supporters.

According to the Washington Post, "As a result, she had to reschedule her congressional testimony regarding the September 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic outpost in Benghazi, Libya. When she did appear, Clinton wore special eyeglasses, with a lens known as a Fresnel prism, that help treat double vision."

Hillary has been shying away from the public spotlight in recent months and her lazy routine could be a sign of dangerous health problems.

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