Former Florida governor Charlie Crist was nearly laughed off a debate stage when he claimed that Hillary Clinton is honest.
Crist unintentionally made the audience LOL when he explained why he supports Clinton.
“I believe she is strong,” said Charlie (see video). “I believe she is honest.”
The “honest Hillary” line drew laughter and jeers from voters in the audience, and even caused Crist to smile at the absurdity of his own claim.
Hillary has one of the highest untrustworthiness ratings of any presidential candidate in history, thanks to her e-mail server scandal, Benghazi lies, and Clinton Foundation pay-to-play controversies.
Like “honest Hillary,” Charlie Crist is a career politician who has spent his entire adult life running for office after a stint as Florida governor.
Crist ran unsuccessfully for the U.S. Senate in 1998 and again in 2009 as a Republican.
In 2012, he switched to the Democratic Party, and unsuccessfully ran for governor in 2013.
Crist is now running for Congress against Republican Representative David Jolly.
Hillary is struggling in the polls — even among black voters — after four consecutive disastrous weeks, punctuated by her collapse at Ground Zero on Sept. 11.
Clinton fainted and was thrown into a van like a side of beef after stumbling and losing a shoe.
In typical Clintonian fashion, Hillary’s camp initially denied she was sick, then said she had overheated in mild weather, and then claimed she had pneumonia.
— A. wyatt mann (@awyattman88) September 11, 2016
Clinton allies immediately rushed to her defense, and claimed they all had pneumonia too, as TheImproper has reported.
Hillary Clinton has been barraged with health issues since at least 2012, when she fell, hit her head, and suffered a concussion.
Hillary also suffered three blood clots in recent years: A blood clot in her brain in 2013, and two in her leg: in 2000 and 1998, Celebrity Health Fitness reported.
In a 2015 letter, Dr. Bardack revealed Hillary suffers from hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid gland).
Symptoms of hypothyroidism include:
- Chronic fatigue.
- Memory lapses.
Biographer Ed Klein, former editor-in-chief of the New York Times magazine, said Hillary has long battled chronic exhaustion, memory lapses, insomnia, depression and hand tremors.
Repeated bouts of insomnia have “sapped her energy,” Klein wrote in Unlikeable: The Problem with Hillary. “She is exhausted and depressed a lot of the time.”