Hillary Clinton, “Often Confused” Says Huma Abedin


People have wondered about Hillary’s health and she seems disoriented often when she has to appear for a long time, like in the first debate.  Both she and her doctor claims that she doesn’t have a problem, but in one of the emails released by the State Department, Huma Abedin told Clinton friend, Monica Hanley, that Hillary is “often confused.”  This flies in the face of Hillary’s statements to the press.

From the Daily Caller:

In a Jan. 26, 2013, email, Abedin asks Hanley if she has “been going over calls with [Clinton] for tomorrow? So she knows Singh is at 8?”

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Hanley responds, saying “[Clinton] was In bed for a nap by the time I heard that she had an 8 am call. Will (sic) go over with her.”

Abedin then warned Hanley “Very Imp (sic) to do that. She’s often confused.”

Judicial Watch made the email available on Monday, after they received it from the State Department as the result of a FOIA (Freedom of Information) request.  Judicial Watch has more than three dozen requests under the FOIA, and usually has to go to court to get them fulfilled.  They often get emails and documents the State Department has failed to give Congress.

Hillary collapsed in her home in 2012 and Bill Clinton said that it took her six months to recover.  This revelation will add fuel to the fire of those who claim Hillary isn’t well enough to be president.  There has been speculation for quite some time that Hillary isn’t healthy.

The emails also show that Abedin used her position at the State Department to do favors for her boss and relatives.  Abedin helped Taneo founder and former Bill Clinton adviser get a visa for someone.  (That name has not yet been made public)  She also worked with her mother to get a visa for the president of her college, Dr. Suhair al Qurashi, so that she could come to the US for a conference that included Hillary Clinton.


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