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Fox And Friends Pretend Hillary's Health Is The Real Problem Here

Riots and terrorism is the only way Trump could win, Mark Davis insinuates.

Fox and Friends featured Conservative talk radio guy and the mandatory consult if women want an abortion, Mark Davis to pontificate on the non-issue of Hillary Clinton's health concerns.

This morning, the latest concern of the Giggling Couch Tumors™ was how Secretary Clinton has no weekend events planned in August, thus we must conclude that her health must be a serious concern. The evidence they use to justify this baseless garbage: a photo from February which shows Secret Service helping Hillary up a couple of treacherous, icy stairs to a house. This is a ridiculous bunch of circumspection, and it's been debunked as many times as their Benghazi insanity.

What they fail to mention throughout this faux outrage-laden report is that Donald Trump has absolutely no ground game at all. It's worth noting that he has very few offices anywhere, but one of the locations he has chosen in the key battleground state of Florida is across from the Pulse Nightclub massacre site, if that has any forebodance. The perpetually perfidious candidate is finally getting around to opening some offices, whereas Hillary Clinton's campaign has had a well-established network for months now.

Clinton, who has opened 14 offices statewide with plans to add more in the coming weeks, is up by 5 percentage points in a Wall Street Journal/NBC News/Marist poll released Friday. Her campaign and allies have spent more than $40 million in the state so far.

Davis admits, it's risky to assert that there are health problems afflicting the Democratic frontrunner, because 'it makes them look desperate.' He's damned right it does, they are desperate and of course they will try to recover ground from the shortcomings of the Orange Tyrant in any way possible. Ainsley Earhardt, token blonde female, discounts the obvious candidate flaws and attributes the perceived lack of effort of Hillary Clinton to overconfidence and laziness.

EARHARDT: Is it because she doesn't think she needs to work that hard because she thinks she's got it in the bag?


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Davis assumes that she's just not interested in working that hard, and had to get in a dig about the lack of press conferences. Why would she give press conferences, where both-siderist Beltway putzes would bombard her with debunked email and Benghazi nonsense? We all must pretend that she's as crooked and devoid of ethics as the Republicans are.

Davis says that comparatively, Trump looks vibrant for his age, and the younger Hillary looks sickly in the 'occasional' photograph. His nauseating diatribe hit the pinnacle when he said look,

I was a Cruz guy, I pivoted immediately to Trump because we all had to, we've got a country to save.

Appallingly, he insinuates, reminiscent of a Mafia Don, that stuff happens that could sway this election post Labor Day. Davis urges folks not to 'panic, it's August.'

Once we 'pivot' past Labor Day, there are 'the debates' and 'events on the ground, I don't ever want terrorism or riots, or stuff like that, but we have them in the headlines and Trump is the guy to say look, I'm trying to return stability, some law and order, and I think that will resonate.

Good God, is the GOP planning something insidious? Heaven knows they've sunk lower, Hell, they lied us deliberately into a war to enrich Halliburton/Cheney with millions of dollars of profit for a sitting VP. The thought that the GOP has the ability and the means to play with human lives to ascend to the Presidency is terrifying, but something we can't ignore. Remember how Reagan played with the hostages in Iran whose release was coordinated with his inauguration? No coincidence there, these people are evil and conniving and there are no depths to which they won't sink. This is a warning to sentient Americans, don't get too overconfident, there's always a way these snakes can win. CAUTION!

UPDATE:
Here's a statement from the Hillary Clinton physician. Notice he uses no superlatives like Donald's "MD."

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