Former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean may have stupidly asserted (without evidence) that GOP presidential nominee Donald J. Trump may be a cocaine user because of his repetitive sniffing during the first debate with Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton. If anyone was on drugs, however, it was Mrs. Clinton not Mr. Trump, at least according to one popular cartoonist.
As tens of millions of Americans are aware, Clinton’s medical issues have been well-documented – from goofy facial expressions and blank stares to falls and an inability to climb stairs. She was also seen recently passing out while getting into her vehicle. So troubling are her obvious medical problems that a number of observers during the debate were wondering if she would be able to last for 90-plus minutes on a stage, under the lights and in front of perhaps the largest television audience in the history of presidential debates. But she didn’t stammer, she didn’t fall and she didn’t pass out. There is at least one person who has a theory as to why: She was drugged so she could stay alert.
Scott Adams, creator of the “Dilbert” comic series, wrote on his blog that “Clinton looked (to my eyes) as if she was drugged, tired, sick or generally unhealthy, even though she was mentally alert and spoke well.”
Adams said he believes “her eyes were telling a different story.” Continuing, he said the Democratic nominee, former secretary of state and one-time first lady “had the look of someone whose doctors had engineered 90 minutes of alertness” just for the debate. And Adams said if she continues with her previous light campaign schedule, “you should assume my observation is valid, and she wasn’t at 100%.”
Many will assess Clinton’s debate performance as a success because she didn’t cough– which happens very frequently – or pass out on the stage for all to see, but that’s an awfully low bar. Her smile seemed like it was forced and artificial, Adams wrote, and “frankly creepy.”
Adams is not alone in his belief that Clinton has substantial health problems. In a column written well before this first debate, Natural News founder and editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, observed for at least the last five years “scary signs of Clinton’s plummeting health” have emerged – online, in the media and in discussions among politicos and Democratic Party operatives. Even Democratic voters are becoming concerned that she’s not healthy enough to lead the country.
“This is in their heads. This is in their consciousness,” said Caddell, speaking of Clinton’s health issues and voters’ increasingly frequent concerns about it. “It is one of the things worrying them. … Democratic groups, too – and that can be deadly.”