Just over a year ago, we were all told that the following video of Hillary collapsing into a van, because she literally couldn't support her own weight, was just a big 'nothing burger' being sensationalized by right-wing kooks for political gain. Rather than being caused by some serious ailment, the mainstream media eagerly assured everyone that Hillary's "medical episode" was just a reaction to the blistering 70 degree 'heat' on the beautiful New York Fall day.
But, it apparently wasn't just "right-wing kooks" who were focused on Hillary's health...according to Donna Brazile's new tell-all book, the interim DNC chair said she seriously considered replacing the Clinton-Kane ticket with a Biden-Booker ticket in the days following Hillary's "medical episode." Per the New York Post:
Silly, silly Donna Brazile. She’s publishing a book detailing turmoil in the Democratic Party during the 2016 campaign, highlighted by her concern that Hillary Clinton was seriously ill and might need to be replaced by Joe Biden or Bernie Sanders.
In other words, the claim of allergies was a big fat lie. That prompted Brazile to contemplate starting the process of replacing Clinton, writing in her book that the campaign also was “anemic” and had “the odor of failure.” She says she considered numerous tickets to replace Clinton and Sen. Tim Kane, and decided that Biden and Sen. Cory Booker (N.J.) would be the best.
It’s not clear how long she deliberated or how many people she talked to, but Brazile writes that Biden called her on Sept. 12th. In the end, she says she made no move because she couldn’t disappoint Clinton’s supporters.
Of course, the real story here isn't whether or not Hillary was really sick, anyone with a functional brain stem understood that the collapse above was not caused by New York's 70-degree Fall 'heat wave', but rather the unprecedented lengths that the mainstream media had to go to bury the single biggest scoop of the 2016 presidential election, namely that Brazile was, in fact, actively working to replace Clinton-Kane as the Democratic ticket.