The healthiest woman to ever run for president of the United States FINALLY reappeared on the campaign trail. On Labor Day, Hillary Clinton stepped to the podium in Cleveland, Ohio, to give some sort of stump speech and WHAMO! Guess what returned?
Remember the cough? The hacking, nasty, shallow with no ab strength behind it cough that kept the Hildebeast from answering questions from time to time? Well, it BA-ACK.
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“Every time I think about Trump, I get allergic.” That’s probably the best joke she’s ever cracked.
To be honest, we out here in the American midwest are experiencing the end of summer mold and ragweed push. A lot of us are allergic, and have stuff stuck in our throats, but we don’t cough for minutes at a time trying unsuccessfully to bring our own bodily defenses under control. That’s an indication that there is something really wrong. Not that this writer is supposed to know that without a medical license.
Granted, today, Mrs. Clinton looks better than she has in a while, and the outfit is not the designer hospital gown she actually wore out of doors last week, but that cough….
All over the “news” punditry and the blogosphere, we on the fruited plain – as well as physicians who have read just what is public about Hillary Clinton’s medical history and care – have been warned by the #NeverTrump sorts and the Democrats that armchair diagnosing is not allowed. Nope. Even those of us who have watched multiple loved ones go downhill are not allowed to ask the question:
WHAT IS WRONG WITH THIS WOMAN?
Well, as a person who is trained in vocal arts, and who has to avoid respiratory diseases around the holidays or be sidelined from the choir, that cough is nothing to sneeze at. People just don’t cough that way without reason. Something is wrong, and one does not need to be her personal physician to figure that out.