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MSNBC contributor Touré: ‘No evidence’ Clinton fainted, no ‘serious medical issue’

Toure Neblett said Hillary has no serious medical issues
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Who knew that former MSNBC talk show host and current contributor Touré Neblett holds a medical degree?  On Sunday, he issued a tweet declaring that there’s no evidence Democrat Hillary Clinton fainted and there’s no “serious medical issue.”

https://twitter.com/Toure/status/775021942692782081

“Again: There’s no evidence that Clinton fainted or that any serious medical issue occurred,” he tweeted, despite all the video showing her collapse.

Twitchy noted: “While the clinical definition of fainting may not have been realized, there is clear evidence that something was terribly wrong.”

But we’re not supposed to notice that, which is probably why the media wants us to think she merely “stumbled.”

Naturally, he got hammered on Twitter.

Another person asked:

The answer, sadly, is “no.”

But what I’d like to know is what qualifies Neblett to issue a diagnosis?  Is he a medical doctor?  Can he diagnose medical issues long-distance or over the Internet?

Or is this just another effort to pull the wool over our eyes?

Then there’s people like this:

https://twitter.com/Scott_at_Home/status/775034363729809408

No doubt, some would vote for Satan if he ran for office as a Democrat.

https://twitter.com/jhawk1986/status/775055899530407936

Perhaps, but her propagandists in the media are going to do everything they can to get her elected.

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