Settled Science: Consensus of Doctors Say Hillary’s Health Is Disqualifying
Sep 9, 2016
RUSH: Did you see this? Let me read to you the upshot of this. It’s a press release, but it has been reported as news.
“Concerns about Hillary Clinton’s health are ‘serious — could be disqualifying for the position of President of the U.S.,’ say nearly 71% of 250 physicians responding to an informal internet survey by the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS).” So what happened here, the AAPS sent out an informal survey to their membership, 250 doctors. Seventy-one percent of them responded that Hillary Clinton’s health concerns could be disqualifying for the president of the United States. Twenty percent said that the concerns for her health are likely overblown but they should be addressed by a full release of her medical records. Only 2.7% responded that they were just a political attack.
Now, folks, it seems to me here that we have a scientific consensus here. Just as we have in climate change and global warming, we have a consensus of scientists here. These happen to be doctors. But they wear white coats, and they work in labs, which makes ’em scientists. And 71% of them think that Hillary’s health concerns are so bad that she may not be qualified to hold office, and an even greater number think that it’s so bad that she needs to release her health records.
So it’s settled. A consensus of scientists has suggested Hillary’s not qualified. That settles it. She is not qualified. End of story. Right there it is. I have it. Scientific consensus, 71% of scientists, doctors, make the claim, she’s not qualified.