Getting an audience with Hillary Clinton is about as difficult for the American public or the media as it was for a Colonial to get an audience with King George in the 1700's. And we all know where that led.
But if it were possible to get such a coveted audience and the person had the temerity to ask serious questions, would these questions be of interest?
Mrs. Clinton, noticing that you have a continuing cough, have you seen a doctor about your cough?
What did the doctor say about your cough?
A number of people have noticed that you seem to have a gentleman who is frequently with you at events and has interjected himself into live events offering you comfort and advice. It also seems that this gentleman was also with your team back in 2013 when you were leaving the hospital. Who is that gentleman and what are his responsibilities with your team? Is this man (Oladotun A. Okunola) the Doctor that manages Hillary's health during her life events?Follow up:
Pictures show this gentleman with what appears to be an auto-injector commonly used for injecting sedatives and other medications. Why does this gentleman need to carry this auto-injector when he is with you at live events?
The public and new media are quite interested in these issues as they directly impact the public's understanding of Mrs. Clinton's health and her ability to carry out the duties of the President of the United States.
The corporate media, perhaps because they can not get an audience with Mrs. Clinton, and rather than admit their impotence, chooses to denigrate the public for having the gall to even raise these questions. Good examples are CNN
and the Washington Post
in their articles out today.
It is time to either demand an audience and ask some serious questions or for the public and the corporate media to admit that there will be no audience, and if there is one, serious questions will not be asked.
What is most unfortunate is that the corporate media has decided it is in their best interest to lecture the public rather than to question the candidate running for the office of President of the United States.
The real question is why has the corporate media become so impotent that all they can do is speculate about issues rather than simply ask the questions? Has corporate media really ceased to function? Do they really no longer have the ability to either ask the questions or do the research through other channels to find the answers? Perhaps like many other industries they just don't have the resources any more to act as news organizations did in the past and have become largely irrelevant by their own actions.
Whether it is the issue of health or a myriad of other questions, isn't it time to ask the serious questions, get some answers, and quit speculating?
Is this enough information for the gatekeepers to ask the question? How much more do they need? Mrs. Clinton, We Need To Talk...
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