CNN Claims Hillary's Handler Was Holding A Flashlight In That Brightly Lit Hallway
RedFlag News Desk
The media shills over at CNN covering for Hillary have attempted to "debunk" claims about Hillary's health, notably labeling concerns as a "conspiracy". One such debunking tries to claim that what is believed to be a diazepam pen was in fact, a flashlight.
As the conspiracy theories took flight, boosted by Trump's repeated assertions that Clinton is too chronically tired or weak to handle the White House workload, "questions" from right-wing bloggers and gadflies about Clinton's security detail began to focus in on a single piece of equipment carried by one agent.
On Twitter and on assorted blogs, conspiracy theorists began to focus on images they believed to show, as one headline put it, "Hillary's Handler Carrying Auto-Injector Syringe For Anti-Seizure Drug Diazepam."
But again, this was simply not the case. Hannity broadcast the story to his millions of viewers, citing the Gateway Pundit and its sources, with no evidence of his own.
Indeed, the Secret Service has weighed in repeatedly when asked. On Monday morning, spokeswoman Nicole Mainor dismissed the report in an email to CNN.
"The item in the Detail Leader's hand is a flashlight," she said.
A flashlight. Cause you know, one must always have a flashlight ready when walking down a brightly lit hallway. Nice try CNN, but we ain't buying it.