It isn't just the pneumonia diagnosis or the 9/11 fainting spell or the subdued, eyes-half-closed response to Saturday's bombing in New York that set off sirens on the Hillary Clinton health-o-meter.
Reports have emerged over the past several months that the Democratic presidential nominee's health is deteriorating -- that "she has suffered several seizures and near-comatose freeze-ups during speeches which, combined with her previous blood clot, concussions and severe coughing fits, reveal she’s hiding serious medical issues that jeopardize her ability to hold public office."
In fact, Infowars reported that Hillary was late returning to one of her primary debates with Bernie Sanders due to a “flare up of problems from a brain injury.”
Breitbart reported back in January, “These long-lasting symptoms stemming from a concussion and blood clot, according to a neurologist, suggest Clinton is suffering from post-concussion syndrome, which can severely impact her cognitive abilities."
Additionally, one of the men who helps Hillary up stairs is said to be her personal physician and was also photographed holding what appeared to be a Diazepam auto-injector pen used to treat reoccurring seizures.
Hillary Clinton, 68, repeatedly claims she suffers only from allergies and believes long hours on the campaign trail sometimes take their toll. But all in all, she says, she's healthy and has provided a doctor's report to prove it.
The New York Times reports that on Sept. 14, the former secretary of state released an update of a July 2015 letter from her doctor attesting to her overall good health and ability to serve a full four-year term as president. However, the doctor, Dr. Lisa Bardack of Mt. Kisco, N.Y., noted that Hillary had developed two new medical conditions in 2016: a sinus and ear infection in the winter and pneumonia this month.
The doctor wrote that she had regularly examined Mrs. Clinton this year for routine care and that she had been closely monitoring her pneumonia, which is improving. She did not mention Clinton's mental health.
"... doctors not connected with the candidate’s care say that the letters omit basic information like height and weight, and that a more detailed history of her blood clots and a 2012 concussion should be disclosed," the NYT story says.
The Times, like CNN and other media outlets, correctly point out that the information Hillary has made public is more extensive than the details and assessments Dr. Harold N. Bornstein, doctor for 70-year-old Donald J. Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, provided. Bornstein's letter said simply that Trump has had no serious illness and “is in excellent health.”
With all this in mind, we leave it to you and ask this single question: