Did you notice all the disposable cameras at the second presidential debate? According to PIX 11 reporter Kirstin Cole, cell phones were banned at the debate by Secret Service because of Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton’s alleged seizure disorder.
After the presidential debate, Cole asked: “For those of you who watched to the bitter, bitter end of this, did you catch this?” She added, “The comeback of the cardboard camera. Holy 80s drive me to the photo map, Batman.”
“We thought it was a Secret Service thing, banning the cell phones,” Cole added.
Later on in the segment, the PIX 11 reporters started taking photos with the disposable cameras and Cole remarked: “Whoa, God. This is why it was banned apparently.”
“The Secret Service did not trust people to disable the flashes on their cameras, and they were afraid it would sort of inspire Hillary’s seizure disorder.”
Well, that would certainly make a lot of sense. Clinton is visibly an unwell woman and has had odd moments on the campaign trail that make this quite believable.
Clinton herself told the FBI during an interview by agents in the investigation of her use of private servers to conduct government business that she “couldn’t recall” things nearly 40 times after suffering a concussion in 2012 that led to a blood clot in 2013.
On the campaign trail, Clinton has suffered odd bobble-head moments, cross-eyed moments, and numerous other concerning health situations — including her collapse at a Sept. 11 memorial event this year.
It wouldn’t be surprising that the debate would be rigged in her favor in this way. The entire debate was massively biased as the moderators decided that they were going to actually participate in the debate on Clinton’s behalf.
If this is true about the cell phones and the flash then it is disgraceful that it wasn’t made public that Clinton’s health was the reason for the ban.
Clinton may want to hide her health issues, but it’s despicable for the establishment to do her dirty work — for both her health issues and her numerous crimes.
This is what GOP nominee Donald Trump is up against. He is not just fighting Clinton and the Democrats; he is fighting the establishment and that includes the Republicans.
The election is not just about Trump vs. Clinton — it’s the American people vs. the establishment that doesn’t care about us.
It’s time for us to do something about that and we can start with ensuring that Trump is elected in November.
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