Media Caught Lying About Hillary Clinton’s 4 Minute Coughing Fit
Mainstream Outlets blame “all-time High Pollen levels” for Clinton’s 4 minute coughing fit… Evidence shows pollen levels were actually LOW.
After Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton suffered the worst coughing fit of her campaign Monday, a mysterious man seen by her side for many months on the campaign trail suddenly appeared on her plane.
As WND reported, Clinton suffered two coughing fits on Labor Day – one during a speech in Cleveland, Ohio, and a second one during a press conference on her plane.
In the past, the same man has been spotted helping Clinton up stairs and holding what appears to be a Diazepam pen. Some observers have referred to the man as Hillary’s “mysterious handler.”
The following image of the man on the plane was posted by the Gateway Pundit blog:
Jim Hoft of the Gateway Pundit noted that the man is sometimes dressed like a Secret Service agent, “but his actions prove otherwise.”
For example, during one campaign event at Union Hall, New York, some protesters got rowdy.
“Hillary Clinton suddenly froze,” he wrote. “She looked dazed and lost. Seeing this, a group of men rushed to assist the candidate on the stage. One man, however, gently pats the candidate’s back and says, ‘Keep talking.’”
But, according to the post, “An expert on Secret Service tactics told [the Gateway Pundit] Secret Service agents would not touch a candidate in the manner that this individual did and especially Hillary Clinton. It has been widely reported on Hillary’s disdain for the agents who work to protect her. The man who touches Hillary may be a member of Hillary’s close staff – but he is NOT a Secret Service agent.”
Hoft asked, “Do you think the media will ever ask the campaign about this guy?”
WND did ask the Hillary Clinton campaign about the identity and role of the man in the photos but hadn’t received a response at the time of this report.
At an earlier campaign appearance, the same man was reportedly seen carrying a long object that resembled a Diazepam pen.