Newly released emails from the hacked account of Hillary Clinton campaign manager, John Podesta, are raising new questions about the Democrat presidential candidate’s health.
In an email exchange with the subject line “RE: Any sense of whether and when she wants to talk,” which was meant to discuss debate prep for Hillary, Podesta asks Communications Director Jennifer Palmieri “How bad is her head?”
Is he referring to her psychological state in prepping for the debate, or is it a question about her physical state?
A September 2015 email from Clinton campaign Chairman John Podesta to Communications Director Jennifer Palmieri released by WikiLeaks Monday morning suggests that Hillary Clinton’s health issues may have been a regular topic in internal discussions and more extensive than her campaign admits.
“How bad is her head?” Podesta asked Palmieri in an email with the subject line “Any sense of whether and when she wants to talk?”
“Don’t know,” Palmieri replied. “Huma left here about an hour ago. I just pinged again to ask about prep, haven’t heard back.”
The email appears to suggest concerns about Clinton’s health status were regular in emails between top aides, and could be more evidence that Clinton’s 2012 head injury may have been far worse that her campaign has maintained — either that or she injured her head again sometime in 2015.
It’s difficult to tell exactly what Podesta is suggesting from his inquiry, but a history of email inquiries about her head, health, and stamina is starting to form.
Some messages have suggested that Clinton is unable to walk around when giving speeches and may be disoriented if surrounded by a crowd. And in other instances, aides have discussed how she is “often confused.”
The Political Insider has previsouly analyzed the capacity of Hillary to successfully serve in the role of President of the United States with so many questionable health issues, including – multiple falls, multiple coughing fits, constant sleeping, and excessive lying, all of which point to some sort of mental and physical health problems.