CLINTON CAMPAIGN CITES FAKE DOCUMENTS TO CLAIM HILLARY HEALTH QUESTIONS ARE “DEBUNKED”
Hillary’s Clinton’s campaign is citing fake documents to assert that questions surrounding her ill health are “debunked” conspiracy theories.
The problem with that narrative is that no serious commentator who raised questions about Hillary’s health ever used the fake documents as evidence.
As the Washington Post reports, Hillary’s campaign sent reporters an article from FactCheck.org entitled “Fake Clinton Medical Records” which debunks the authenticity of a “leaked” document circulated on Twitter that claims to be from Lisa Bardack, Hillary’s personal physician.
The document claims that Hillary suffers from a number of ailments, including “blacking out,” “uncontrollable twitching” and “memory loss”.
The Fact Check article then implies that Fox News’ Sean Hannity began questioning Hillary’s health because of the information contained in the fake documents.
This is objectively false.
Not a single prominent individual who has discussed the issues surrounding Hillary’s health has used the fake documents as proof.