by Mac Slavo, SHTFPlan:
Hillary Clinton’s long-time aide and campaign insider Huma Abedin may have inadvertently confirmed that Hillary Clinton’s mental and physical health are deteriorating. In a private email sent via Clinton’s unsecured server and released after a Freedom of Information request by Judicial Watch, Abedin exchanges emails with State Department aide Monica Hanley and notes that Hanley must go over material with Clinton because she is often confused.
On January 26, 2013, Abedin had the following email exchange with Hanley:
- Abedin: Have you been going over her calls with her? So she knows singh is at 8? [India Prime Minister Manmohan Singh] Read More
Biased polls reporting Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton beating Republican Candidate Donald Trump are not dependable.
Thanks to social media there is more and more evidence – that you can see for yourself – that shows the polls are way off.
No one likes or trusts Hillary and it shows with paltry showings at her campaign events.
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