News of Hillary’s rapidly declining health has been circulating for quite some time, but now that November is right around the corner, there has been more and more evidence proving that Hillary is scrambling to cover up her failing health. So much so, that she may even have to drop out of the race. After leaving the 9/11 memorial yesterday, Hillary was seen collapsing before being ushered into what appeared to be handicap-equipped van. Rumors abound, but it has been confirmed that Hillary has been diagnosed with pneumonia, which is the leading cause of death in people with Parkinson’s disease, which she is also rumored to be suffering from.
Shortly after the incident, Hillary was seen leaving her daughter’s apartment, which was not too far away from the memorial. When asked what happened, Hillary responded with “It’s a beautiful day in New York.” The mounting evidence against Clinton’s health would disqualify her from running for office, and if she is forced to drop out, one of a few things could possibly happen. One, the election could either be delayed or postponed.
The Democratic National Committee reserves the right to replace a candidate who dies or drops out, which would more than likely be Paul Ryan or Joe Biden. Secondly, there is the possibility that Obama could serve a 3rd term, as reported by U.S. News & World Report, which stated “The presidential election could be delayed or scrapped altogether if conspiracy theories become predictive and a candidate dies or drops out before Nov. 8.”
In that same article, it went on to explain that the Electoral College could choose the next president, without the public voting at all. “Congress could also move the election date or the Speaker of the House (Paul Ryan) could serve as acting president until an election and then pick ‘a real president for the remainder of the term.’”
Pretty much in short, we are all screwed. Hillary’s health is definitely failing, and the outlook is pretty bleak. Just the thought of another Obama term makes my stomach turn, but the alternative isn’t too encouraging either.