After that interview, watch and see if Hillary’s campaign team doesn’t have her fired. She actually ASKED QUESTIONS!
She did MORE than just as a question and accept the pat answer. She … (*gasp*) ASKED A FOLLOW-UP question!
(The juicy part happens after the 3:20 mark.)
Hillary Clinton says that “there’s no need” for her to undergo neurological testing to make sure that she does not suffer from dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.
The Democratic presidential candidate was pressed on the need for testing in an awkward interview with a reporter with Tampa Bay’s ABC affiliate.
The reporter noted that because people of Clinton’s age — she is 68 — are at higher risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s, some doctors have suggested that she undergo neuro-cognitive testing.
“Would you be willing to do that?” the reporter asked.
“I am very sorry I got pneumonia,” she said, referring to her recent bout with the lung ailment. “I’m very glad that antibiotics took care of it. And that’s behind us now.”
A typically Clintonian answer.
That neurological test? That weird episode with her eyes being ‘out of synch’ would be reason enough to at least justify the question.
And why would the reporter even dare to ASK such an ‘impertanent’ question?
This part of the interview gives a clue:
Pressed by Fazan, who told the candidate that her brother is a neurosurgeon who once operated on a member of her staff,