The latest image suggesting a physical problem was posted on Twitter and at the Gateway Pundit by Kristinn Taylor, who writes for the outlet and others.
It shows Mrs. Clinton at a crowd at Southwest College in Los Angeles on April 16 with two aides at her side apparently trying to steady her.
The report credits the photo to Mark Ralston of AFP/Getty Images. Another photo from the same rally showed Clinton “standing alone and unaided.”
Taylor commented, “It is not clear what made Clinton lose her balance such that two men had to rush to keep her from falling down.”
He wrote the image shows her “being firmly held up by a man on her right side to keep her from falling over as she addressed an overflow crowd during a campaign stop in Los Angeles, while a man on her left side is seen urgently extending his arm to aid in propping up Clinton.”
“The man holding Clinton up has one hand clasping her right hand and his other hand grasping her bicep. Clinton is leaning forward speaking to the crowd using a microphone held in her left hand.”
Clinton’s health largely has been ignored by establishment media, but it’s not escaping notice everywhere. While there long have been questions about Clinton’s health, from her tripping and falling, to reports of blood clots, to special glasses that she used during the Benghazi congressional hearings, its getting new attention because of her candidacy for president.
“Is it conceivable that Hillary supporters would really be voting for Huma Abedin, Clinton’s top aide, or for the First First Husband President, Bill Clinton? The American people are entitled to know the objective medical facts about Secretary Clinton,” warned Dr. Jane Orient in a new commentary published at WND.
She has been in solo medical practice since 1981 and has served as the executive director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons since 1989. She currently is president of Doctors for Disaster Preparedness.
She bluntly asks, “Is Hillary Clinton medically unfit to serve?”
According to a new Rasmussen poll, 59 percent of voters now believe all major presidential candidates should release at least their most recent medical records to the public.
That’s up dramatically from 38 percent in May 2014 when questions about Clinton’s health were first being raised.