to Audience Before Debate Started
The second presidential debate was a tense showdown between Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump, but some of the most controversial moments happened just after the debate was over when it was revealed what the Secret Service had required of the audience earlier in the evening.
Local news anchor Kirstin Cole made waves in Republican circles on Monday when she unwittingly admitted on live television that Clinton has some serious health issues, The Daily Caller reported.
The anchors were discussing camera flashes (and taking pictures of each other) when Cole explained why the Secret Service reportedly banned flash photography after the debate.
“Whoa, God. This is why it was banned apparently,” Cole stated as she was momentarily blinded by the camera flash. “The Secret Service did not trust people to disable the flashes on their cameras, and they were afraid it would sort of inspire Hillary’s seizure disorder.”
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What’s perhaps more shocking is the fact that the other anchors barely reacted to that revelation.
Cole didn’t state what her source for this information was, but if true this is absolutely explosive. Clinton has denied that she has any serious medical problems, but if she does indeed have a seizure disorder that’s something that should absolutely be revealed to voters prior to the November election.
Imagine if you will a President Hillary Clinton (I know, it’s horrifying) who is traveling overseas. Mobs of press surround her, taking pictures of the American president.
Then all of a sudden she starts shaking and completely collapses, all because the news media was using the flash on their cameras.
That’s not good for her, and it’s not exactly the type of image we want to convey to the world. We shouldn’t have a leader who could collapse due to a simple flash on a camera.
If Clinton indeed suffers from a seizure disorder she needs to admit it to the American people and explain its effects and dangers to her health so that voters can take that information into consideration on Election Day.
If indeed Hillary has a disorder, which I think is Parkinson’s this needs to be reported. How is she going to do her job if she’s elected president.
The stress of the job would make her disease deteriorate at a rapid pace. Who’s going to do her job when she’s incapacitated? She now needs about 3 to 4 days of rest on her campaign to continue to the next rally.
What are the Secret Service guys going to do when she is on a world trip? Tell the international press they can’t take pictures? Can they do that?