Republicans want voters to believe that Hillary Clinton getting overheated at a 9/11 ceremony is a big deal, but they couldn’t be more wrong.
Video purported to be Clinton leaving 9/11 event:
Hillary Clinton 9/11 NYC pic.twitter.com/q9YnsjTxss
— Zdenek Gazda (@zgazda66) September 11, 2016
Hillary Clinton went to her daughter’s apartment, cooled down, and reemerged looking fine:
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) September 11, 2016
In fact, she even posed for a picture with a 9-year-old girl:
When Hillary emerged from Chelsea's apt., a little girl ran up to her & asked her to pose for a photo. HRC obliged. pic.twitter.com/kyxwMEbiJZ
— Kenneth P. Vogel (@kenvogel) September 11, 2016
Republicans are already ginning up the distraction machine to claim that Hillary Clinton getting overheated at a ceremony that according to those present was boiling hot, is a valid reason to disqualify her from being president.
This is simply another attempt by Republicans to distract from the fact that their nominee is unfit for office. Hillary Clinton’s health is not an issue. Donald Trump’s lack of positions on the issues, refusal to disclose information about his finances of health to the American people, frequent lies, and the investigations into Trump’s business practices are all valid issues.
The Hillary got overheated on 9/11 so she can’t be president crowd is trying to create a false equivalency to distract from the fact that there is only one candidate who is qualified to be president in this election, and that candidate is not Donald Trump.
Prepare for days of Republican caused distractions, because when you’re stuck with Donald Trump as your nominee, Hillary Clinton health conspiracy theories are all that the Republican Party has got.
Mr. Easley is the managing editor. He is also a White House Press Pool and a Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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