Jimmy Kimmel: Hillary Clinton Conspiracy Theories Would Be Harder to Believe If They Didn’t Actually Come True (VIDEO)
Kimmel: Clinton Conspiracy Theories Would Be Harder to Believe If They Didn’t Actually Come True ...
As I have always said, humor is truly funny when there is truth to it. As Kimmel opined, hard to call it a conspiracy theory when it actually happens. He went on to joke that “maybe Hillary Clinton had a few too many shots of Trump Vodka the night before.” Folks, the slurred speech is not alcohol, its when she is over-medicated for what ever the neurological disorder is that she is keeping from the American people.
As reported by William Teach at RWN, the American people are not buying Hillary’s latest lie of pneumonia.
RCP: From Kimmel’s monologue on the Monday night broadcast of Jimmy Kimmel Live:
JIMMY KIMMEL: Hillary Clinton was supposed to be in California today… but she had to cancel the trip because of illness. You probably know Hillary was coughing a lot in public last week and then yesterday she was forced to leave a 9/11 memorial because she was feeling faint. Turns out on Friday Clinton’s doctor had diagnosed her with pneumonia but they kept it secret until this happened and they were forced to admit it. You know, these conspiracy theories about Hillary Clinton’s health would be a lot harder to believe if they didn’t actually come true.
Or maybe, just maybe, there’s another story here. Let’s run the video where she had to be helped into the van. You probably saw this on the news… We see she’s being kind of supported by one of her handlers there. And then she stumbles a little bit and then Secret Service has to kind of put her into the van.They even get between her and the news cameras. But I tell you, maybe Hillary Clinton doesn’t have pneumonia, maybe Hillary Clinton had a few too many shots of Trump Vodka the night before.
It is kind of funny that the people who don’t think Hillary Clinton is fit and healthy enough to be president are so worried that Hillary Clinton is fit and healthy enough to be president.