Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Hillary helped up stairs again at Temple University speech

By Thomas Lifson

It is now obvious that Hillary Clinton is in no shape for the rigors of campaigning, much less the killing responsibilities of the presidency.  Where’s the compassion?
Hillary Clinton was spotted by Getty Images photographer Justin Sullivan being helped up stairs at Temple University in Philadelphia, where she was making a speech supposedly making a pitch to millenials.  But if any suburban moms happened to catch her on the local news and decide to vote for her instead of Trump, why, that would be welcome.
But the image of a presidential candidate being helped up stairs, again, is the last thing she needs.
We are not allowed to publish Getty images, so I must direct you to Gateway Pundit to see the picture, but under the fair use doctrine, publication of the caption probably will not result in a lawsuit:
PHILADELPHIA, PA – SEPTEMBER 19: Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is helped up stairs after delivering a millennial speech at Temple University on September 19, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Hillary Clinton is campaigning in Pennslyvania [sic]. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
We are nearing the point where “torching” Hillary – dumping her as the candidate late in the race, as happened when Democrats in New Jersey dumped scandal-plagued Senate nominee incumbent Robert Torricelli in early October 2002, barely a month prior to the election is attractive to Dems.  As irregular as this may seem, the New Jersey Supreme Court unanimously supported the move despite no statutory authorization
Of course, presidential ballots are a state issue, and there is no guarantee that all 50 state supreme courts will be as accommodating as New Jersey’s was to the imperative of Democrats to have an electable candidate.
The Democrats never bothered vetting Hillary’s health, or anything else about her.  Now they are paying the price for running a sick old woman while proclaiming themselves the party of compassion.

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