Kimberly Morin reports it has become quite clear that Hillary Clinton has health issues, and has had them since she was Secretary of State as well.
The woman who wants to be the Commander-In-Chief of the free world has to be reminded to take naps regularly, oversleeps from naps, misses meetings, and is “often confused.” From Daily Mail:
Clinton missed a meeting at the White House for President Obama’s daily national security briefing because she overslept.
Hanley emailed Clinton at 9:17 that morning to let her know that White House Senior Adviser Dan Pfeiffer’ had ‘some sensitive items that he would like to personally show you when he arrives.’
Clinton didn’t reply until 10:43, nearly an hour and a half later.
‘[J]ust woke up,’ she told Hanley, ‘so i [sic] missed Dan. Could he come back after [I] finish my calls?’
And of course the email from Huma Abedin that Clinton is “often confused”:
And another telling Clinton to take a nap:
Since Abedin’s email was sent at 2:21 pm, and the meeting with Fabius was scheduled for 3:30 pm, one would assume that Clinton dropped whatever she was doing to catch some shut-eye.
Clinton’s response corroborates that assumption.
The recent video of Hillary buckling and almost passing out trying to get into her vehicle was just another example of the issues that appear to surround her health. Not many people are buying the “pneumonia” argument.
Here’s another extremely odd video of Clinton having a problem:
This issue is no longer if Clinton has health issues; that is obvious. The question becomes WHO is running things while she’s napping, confused, ill or passed out?
It seems we may have the answer to that as well. It appears to be none other than Huma Abedin, her long-time aide who has been coordinating what appears to be “pay-to-play” access for the Clinton Foundation and Hillary Clinton. From the NY Post:
In an April 2009 email to Clinton’s State Department aides Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills, President Clinton’s former body man, Doug Band, the founder of corporate consultant Teneo, urgently asked them to set up a meeting with an ambassador for a major donor to the Clinton Foundation.
“We need Gilbert Chagoury to speak to the substance person re lebanon. As you know, he’s key guy there and to us and is loved in lebanon.”
“Its jeff feltman,” Abedin wrote back, referring to Ambassador Jeffrey Feltman, America’s former top diplomat to Lebanon. “I’m sure he knows him[.] Ill talk to jeff.”
Less than 20 minutes later, Band replied, “Better if you call him. Now preferrable. This is very important.”
Chagoury is a Lebanese-Nigerian billionaire and a Clinton Foundation donor, giving somewhere between $1 million and $5 million.
The construction magnate has financial interests around the world and was convicted in Switzerland in 2000 for money laundering. He paid $66 million in a plea deal.
Abedin was literally working with the Clinton Foundation while also working in her paid public-sector capacity for Hillary Clinton at the State Department:
In an email with the subject line “Cp of Bahrain in tomorrow to Friday,” Bannon wrote the crown prince was “asking to see her,” and that he was a “good friend of ours[.]”
Abedin responded explaining the prince had already submitted a request via the State Department, which she referred to as “normal channels,” but that he would have to go through the Clinton Foundation, which she referred to as “official channels,” instead.
“He asked to see hrc thurs and fri thru normal channels,” she wrote. “I asked and she said she doesn’t want to commit to anything for thurs or fri until she knows how she will feel. Also she says that she may want to go to ny and doesn’t want to be committed to stuff in ny.”
Abedin was working for the Clinton Foundation and another related consulting firm all while working for the United States government:
Huma Abedin stepped down from her post as deputy chief of staff at the State Department and Hillary Clinton’s ever-present personal assistant on June 3, 2012. Only she didn’t really leave.
Instead, in a reverse twist on a program intended to bring talented outsiders into government, Abedin was immediately rehired as a “special government employee.” She also took paying jobs with the Clinton Foundation and Teneo Holdings, a consulting firm with international clients that was co-founded by a foundation official who also was Bill Clinton’s long-time personal aide.
Obviously there were some serious issues with overlap in her roles but clinton’s own corruption while secretary of state has been documented in “Clinton Cash”:
Just who IS Huma Abedin, though? That’s an even more disturbing problem. Her ties to Islamic organizations that have been accused of funding world-wide Islamic terrorism are not just conspiracy theories, they are documented in fact. Read a very detailed article from Breibart:
Despite the fawning coverage she has received, there are many unanswered questions about Abedin, especially given her complete access to Hillary Clinton, one of the most powerful people in the world, a former Secretary of State and possible future president. As Vanity Fair’ William Cohan writes in his piece:
Over the years Huma has served in several positions, with increasingly important-sounding titles. She has been Hillary’s “body woman,” her traveling chief of staff, a senior adviser, and a deputy chief of staff when Hillary was secretary of state. Now, based in Brooklyn, she is the vice-chair of Hillary’s 2016 presidential campaign.
Breitbart ripped apart Media Matters for ignoring facts about Abedin when they tried to debunk a Vanity Fair article. No respectable human being believes any of the tripe that comes from Media Matters, for reasons like what Breibart points out:
The “protect Huma” smears have six elements:
- Never mention that Huma Abedin was an Assistant Editor at the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs for over a decade. Simply leave that fact out of your reporting and assume your audience won’t do the research themselves.
- Never mention Abdullah Omar Nasseef’s clear connections to terror funding, as supported by both the U.S. goverment and reporting in sources non-right wing sources like the New York Times.
- Write the whole thing off as a convoluted, completely unsubstantiated conspiracy theory. Because the audience does not know Huma worked at the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs or about Naseef’s terror funding ties., with no clear connection to Huma Abedin at all.
- Call it a conservative fantasy. This is a self-fulfilling prophecy since nobody else in the mainstream media will report the facts, so the facts are only being reported by conservative media.Point to the lack of MSM coverage as proof the the whole thing is a right-wing chimera.
- Exaggerate the claims of the critics. Tell your audience that Huma is being accused of being “a spy” when in fact what critics are pointing out is that there are clear connections and gaps in the record that raise troubling questions about Huma Abedin that should be answered. If you make the claims seem outrageous, you can distract from the actual facts.
- Point to Huma Abedin’s Republican defenders such as Sen. John McCain or Sen. Marco Rubio as proof that “even Republicans” don’t think questions should be raised about Huma Abedin. Once again, this conveniently avoids the actual facts.
The new Media Matters article uses every one of these tactics. It doesn’t acknowledge that Huma Abedin was an Assistant Editor at the Journal or explain Abdullah Omar Nasseef’s connection to terror funding.
So while the media continues to ignore Hillary Clinton’s obvious mental and physical health issues, they also continue to ignore those she has surrounded herself with. Abedin seems to have been the one running the show during Clinton’s consistent failures. Everything about Abedin’s past should be out in the open, questioned and discussed before November.
It’s clear that is has been Abedin taking the wheel because Clinton cannot drive. What the hell would that mean for the United Sates if Clinton is elected President?
Source: The Federalist Papers Project