Trump Offers To Release Medical Records


Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump challenged Hillary Clinton to release detailed medical records, as he continues to raise questions about her ability physical ability to serve as president.

“I think that both candidates, Crooked Hillary and myself, should release detailed medical records,” Trump tweeted Sunday night. “I have no problem in doing so! Hillary?”

As far as I can see, right now health is her biggest political problem. By contrast, Trump appears to have no equivalent problem.

If Trump releases his medical records, and Hillary doesn’t, it’ll look pretty bad.

When is the first TV debate between them? I’ve read that Hillary wants it conducted sitting. But it’s usually conducted standing. Is Hillary Clinton physically capable of standing up for two hours? Trump seems to do it every day.

This cartoon has everything. The poorly attended rallies. The stool. The pillow. Death waiting in the background.

It’s even got the catheter.


It must all be hurting her badly, if media people who dare to mention her health are silenced. Paul Joseph Watson:

The Huffington Post has sensationally censored an article pertaining to questions about Hillary Clinton’s health and banned the journalist who wrote it from posting on their website altogether.

David Seaman penned a commentary piece discussing questions surrounding Hillary’s health problems on Sunday. The story included a link to my viral video about the subject, which now has over 3.5 million views.


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16 Responses to Trump Offers To Release Medical Records

    • Frank Davis says:

      New Yorker

      Mr. Trump has never had any surgery, big or small. He never even had baby teeth, because his body is not one to expel things from it. Each bone in his body is sturdy and cannot be broken, and never in his life has he had alcohol, tobacco, sugar, bread, rice, peanut butter, chocolate, or meat; he eats only the tops of broccoli. His hair is good.

  1. Roobeedoo2 says:

    ‘The Streisand effect is the phenomenon whereby an attempt to hide, remove, or censor a piece of information has the unintended consequence of publicizing the information more widely, usually facilitated by the Internet. It is an example of psychological reactance, wherein once people are aware something is being kept from them, their motivation to access and spread the information is increased.

    ‘It is named after American entertainer Barbra Streisand, whose 2003 attempt to suppress photographs of her residence in Malibu, California, inadvertently drew further public attention to it. Similar attempts have been made, for example, in cease-and-desist letters to suppress numbers, files, and websites. Instead of being suppressed, the information receives extensive publicity and media extensions such as videos and spoof songs, often being widely mirrored across the Internet or distributed on file-sharing networks.’

  2. waltc says:

    The debate is Sept 26, a Monday nite tho there’s been some bitching that it’s opposite a football game and should be changed. I doubt it will be. Trump’s challenge to her, tho well-placed , will simply lead to her ramping up her challenge to him to release his unreleased tax returns as a means of evasive action. The press will cover for her by grabbing on to the diversion and clamoring for his returns, hitting “what has he got to hide?” instead of “What does she have to hide?”. On the one hand, I do think something’s wrong with her health, but on the other, she’s still keeping up a jet-lagging campaign schedule that most otherwise healthy 70 yr old women would find daunting. As for the cushion, maybe she’s got hemorrhoids 😇 or maybe her rear is too wide for most chairs.

    • Frank Davis says:

      I think there’s something wrong with her too. And I’m betting that she’s going to drop out of the debates. I’m sure something will happen to cause them to be cancelled. And Trump will get blamed. It’s going to be far too stressful for her. She can’t even handle press conferences these days, so how is she going to handle Trump? They simply can’t afford to take the chance that Hillary might keel over half way through the debate, or start coughing. or take a bathroom break.

      Bill Clinton seems to be a shadow of his former self too. Even he looks rather ill. They’re both well past their sell-by dates.

      I’m beginning to wonder whether, if she wins, Hillary will hand over to Kaine, or whoever the veep choice is.

      • Joe L. says:

        It has been 269 days since Hillary last held a press conference. Whether it is her health or she just doesn’t want to fan the flames of her continually growing list of scandals (DNC corruption against Sanders, private email server as SoS, Clinton Foundation pay-to-play, etc.), it is beyond obvious that she is very afraid of something. Even if she wasn’t so embroiled in scandals, who in their right mind would vote for someone so guarded and mysterious to be the leader of their government?

      • waltc says:

        Brief item on radio news this AM hinted that Trump might pull out of debate. No reason given but it was he who was originally complaining about the date being opposite sports and fighting w debate committee to change it. If I get a lterbulletin, I’ll post

  3. mikef317 says:

    Frank, about ads on your blog. Using Google Chrome on a Windows 7 PC, I don’t see any, and I don’t run ad blocking software. (If it might matter, I’m NOT on Facebook.)

    I see ads on Watts Up With That, but no sound.

  4. mikef317 says:

    Re Presidential debates – some are standing, and some sitting. Obama / Romney (link below) used both, as did Obama / McCain (and there’s generally a “town hall” where the candidates take some questions from an audience.) Let the pictures page through.

    Below is a leftwing take on the health question. It’s 17 minutes long.

    • Frank Davis says:

      The MSNBC piece was bizarre. Trump has a hippie doctor?? I could only suppose that it was a spoof. Even Rachel Maddow’s extended introduction was pretty bizarre as well. I took it as a heavy-handed attempt at humour. They’re trying to laugh it off, like with the New Yorker article I quoted upthread.

  5. Tony says:

    Somewhat off topic but meanwhile, in the UK:
    Maybe the Labour Party has been hand in glove with Big Pharma for many years but have only just started being so blatant. It would certainly explain a lot.

    • Rose says:

      They were pretty blatant then.

      THE GHOST LOBBY New Labour and the Pharmaceutical Industry

      “Since the year 2000, rather than distancing themselves from the pharmaceutical companies, and tightening the regulatory screws on conflict of interests, the links between government agencies and pharmaceutical companies has spread unchecked.

      A number of issues were on the agenda for the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) when Labour came to power. Members wanted assurances that, in a privatised NHS, there would be guaranteed markets for their drugs. They wanted the support of government in dealing with the animal liberation movement, and agreement that member companies could work with government in the multi-million-pound assured market of vaccines production. Finally, they wanted the government to strengthen their monopoly market position in Britain and Europe, and to help choke off competition from nutritional supplements and herbal medicines.”

      “Big push” for UK biotech 2007
      “Now is the moment for a big push” in improving the environment for the UK biotech industry, argues Tony Blair, Prime Minister.
      “To allow the biotech industry to get some strength in research out of the NHS is something we need to look at in this country,”

      “The Prime Minister added that he believes the industry and Government have now curbed the actions of animal rights extremists, and underlined his support for stem cell research. The discussions covered the cost of clinical trials, strengthening links with universities and funding. The BioIndustry Association (BIA) described the meeting as, “incredibly positive from all around the table”, and that Tony Blair’s leadership on creating the right policy climate for biotech had “reverberated across the sector”

      Gordon Brown plans tonic for pharmaceutical industry | The Times
      “The Government has placed the pharmaceuticals industry at the heart of its economic agenda with the appointment of Lord Mandelson and Alan Johnson to a key health sector group that will report to the Prime Minister.

      Gordon Brown has summoned senior industry figures, such as Andrew Witty, chief executive of GlaxoSmithKline, and David Brennan, his opposite number at AstraZeneca, to a meeting at No10 to discuss ways of protecting pharmaceuticals and biotechnology companies, their revenues and their jobs, as the economy deteriorates rapidly.”
      http: //

  6. Joe L. says:

    This cartoon has everything. The poorly attended rallies. The stool. The pillow. Death waiting in the background. It’s even got the catheter.

    It also has what appears to be Saudis and ISIS members sitting together supporting their dear friend!

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