As Hillary Clinton’s health remains a topic of conversation among those concerned about the elderly candidate — a Los Angeles street artist launched a brilliant campaign to point her in the direction of the nearest hospital as she arrives in the city for fundraisers.
Signs pointing to nearby hospitals were altered to Clinton’s logo with “Hillary” appearing underneath and the word “ill” highlighted in red.
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) August 23, 2016
Clinton is scheduled to visit the city to attend high-dollar fundraisers with celebs such as Jennifer Aniston, Tobey Maguire, and Steven Spielberg.
Wanting a president who is not on death’s door has always been a valid concern — yet the mainstream media has become increasingly desperate to paint anyone who questions her health as sexist.
“So the things that they’re pointing to I don’t think support it and honestly, I think there’s an element of sexism to this,” CNN political analyst Kirsten Powers said on Tuesday’s episode of New Day, referring to questions over the candidate’s health.
“How so?” Alisyn Camerota asked.
“The way they talked about her, the way you watch Drudge posting things about granny and grandma. Well, Donald Trump is a grandpa. So what’s the idea here that somehow because she’s a woman and she’s a grandma and she is frail but he is this robust person who according to his doctor is astonishingly excellent health which is already in itself a kind strange thing for a doctor to be saying. So I think it’s the really low blow attack against her.”
It was not sexist, however, in 2008 when Democrats painted John McCain as a frail old man and demanded his medical records be released.
It has been 263 days since the possibly-ailing Clinton has held a press conference. She also has no rallies on her schedule for the next month. This means that anyone who wants to question her health had better be prepared to drop tens of thousands of dollars to attend one of her pricey dinners.