Hillary Clinton emerged from seclusion Tuesday for a chat with fellow Democratic Party shill Rachel Maddow, and many noticed that the Donald Trump rival didn’t look well.
The failed presidential candidate started having a coughing fit during the interview, the Washington Examiner reports, raising questions about her health.
Is she sick?
Maddow was about to wrap things up when Clinton started hacking up a storm, taking the MSNBC host by surprise.
“I didn’t mean to jump in there in a way that surprised you,” Maddow said, nervously laughing. “It’s a real pleasure to have you.” Clinton waved goodbye, saying “thank you” in a hoarse voice, according to the Examiner.
🇺🇸🧐Hillary est-elle malade ? Elle vient d’avoir une quinte de toux à la fin de son interview sortie de nulle part / Is Hillary sick? She just broke out into a coughing fit at the end of her interview out of nowhere 👀 pic.twitter.com/9fBRA5g2WU
— France Résistance (@FranceRsistanc1) November 24, 2021
Many will recall that Clinton’s coughing spells in 2016 raised questions about her health on the campaign trail. She also had a fainting episode that got a lot of attention.
Maddow started the interview by obsequiously praising Clinton — noting her “comically long set of titles” — and joking that she is “just a novelist” now. Clinton is author of a new political thriller — not exactly where Clinton and her fans hoped her long political career would end up.
The threat of “disinformation”
While Clinton never got to be president, she managed to derail her rival’s presidency with an elaborate propaganda campaign accusing Trump of being a Russian agent. Maddow, for her part, was arguably the most notorious promoter of the deranged “Russian collusion” theory, and Clinton’s role in the hoax is still being uncovered years later by Special Counsel John Durham.
Much of the conversation between Maddow and Clinton on Tuesday focused on the dire threat of “disinformation,” with the two agreeing that more censorship is the only way to save “democracy” from people who don’t watch MSNBC.
It was a deeply ironic chat, coming from two of the biggest promoters of “disinformation” in American history.
Clinton, who many say engineered a soft coup with the FBI that involved spying on Trump with a bogus dossier, said people who undermine the “rule of law” need to be held “accountable” and that Trump supporters “want to stage a coup.”
“We have got to end impunity. We have got to hold people accountable for their actions, particularly when those actions threaten our way of life, our rule of law, our future as a democracy,” she said, according to a transcript from RealClearPolitics.