Hillary Clinton’s deranged demeanor during a bizarre video rant had some voters asking, “Is Hillary depressed?” over her stagnant poll numbers against Donald Trump.
A shrill Hillary unleashed during a disturbing video conference of the Laborers International Union of North America, where she asked: “Why aren’t I 50 points ahead?”
Several weeks ago, a reporter also asked Clinton why she wasn’t crushing Trump considering she has outspent him almost 6:1 in TV advertising.
Hillary has spent tens of millions of dollars on negative ads attacking Trump, while pro-Hillary networks CNN and MSNBC have run negative stories on Trump nonstop.
Despite these concerted efforts, polls show Trump is beating Hillary in key states such as Nevada (Trump 43% vs. Hillary 40%), North Carolina (Trump 45% vs. Hillary 40%), and Ohio (Trump 42% versus Clinton 37%).
As Clinton preps for the first presidential debate on Sept. 26, her angry demeanor and complete disappearance off the campaign trail have reignited concerns over Hillary’s health.
Clinton raised eyebrows again this week after cackling hysterically when a reporter asked if she’s willing to take screening tests for Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
A defensive Hillary refused, despite her collapse at Ground Zero on Sept. 11 and her history of brain traumas.
Clinton suffered a concussion in 2012, a blood clot in her brain in 2013 and battles hypothyroidism, according to her physician, Dr. Lisa Bardack.
Symptoms of hypothyroidism include:
- Memory problems
- Chronic fatigue
— A. wyatt mann (@awyattman88) September 11, 2016
Ed Klein, former editor-in-chief of the New York Times Magazine, said Hillary has long battled memory problems, chronic exhaustion, insomnia, and depression.
“There were incidents on the campaign trail when she felt faint,” Klein wrote in Unlikeable: The Problem with Hillary. “She is exhausted and depressed a lot of the time.”