Last weekend, Huffington Post sacked their contributor David G Seaman for an article in which he questioned Hillary Clinton’s health.

Seaman must have been pretty fed up by the time he wrote this, excerpted below:

Hillary Clinton: Stronger Together. How strong? Well, the great woman’s health is excellent, superb even …

The same Hillary Clinton who recently became the latest unintentional star of YouTube, with a truly endless upload stream of videos purporting to show Hillary Clinton wildly seizing up when several reporters begin questioning her at once? Yes, the same Hillary Clinton who became the star of this Paul Joseph Watson video, attracting 3,554,177 views since it was uploaded on August 4th:

I realise some readers might be wondering after watching Paul Watson’s video … how is she strong, or healthy, after seeing all that?

Look, guys, I need to keep my job and platform. A lot of people read the Huffington Post and AOL properties. We all know what happens when you speak a little too much truth about the Establishment-beloved Clintons …

Well, no sooner posted on Sunday, August 28, than deleted — and sacked.

Seaman made a video that evening about his experience. Huff Po could have given him a warning, but they chose not to. Was it because Watson works for Infowars, a verboten media outlet for the Left?

In the video he says:

“It was a very newsworthy thing for me to link out to, people are talking about, that hashtag has been quite popular, and whenever a video concerning a presidential candidate’s health is viewed more than 3.5 million times, somebody who is under contract with The Huffington Post and to AOL should be able to link out to that… without having their account revoked without any notice… late on a Sunday night,” he said.

“I’ve filed hundreds of stories over the years as a journalist and I’ve never had anything like this happen….I’ve never experienced this,” remarked Seaman.

“This is spooky, to me this is extremely spooky – I don’t like it,” he added.

“They’re deleting and censoring commentary on her health – why is that?” asked Seaman. “Do they not want more people to watch that video on YouTube, is that what’s going on here?”

I saw Alex Jones of Infowars interview Seaman earlier this week. Jones, very empathetic, said that he will find some contract work for him.

I hope so. He is perfect for alt-media sites.

Whilst looking for another assignment, he has been perusing and tweeting Wikileaks’ emails regarding Clinton, her health and the media.

In September 2012, James Rubin, a former diplomat and journalist married to Christiane Amanpour, emailed Clinton to suggest that he host an intimate dinner for her with various writers and media ‘opinionators’. Highlights are Seaman’s in his tweet of August 30:

The corp media isn’t a big club insanely devoted to worshipping the Clintons.

Nope, not at all, nothing to see:

Later that year, an email described Clinton’s health problems. Seaman tweeted:

Medically unfit to lead. This one’s about as clear cut as it gets.

On December 20, 2012, Clinton sent the following email. Seaman tweeted:

Nursing a cracked head, 2012.

Bobblehead video, 2016.

 

It’s time the media stopped carrying water for the Democratic candidate by denying what appears to be a serious health condition. What Watson’s video shows are conditions that could rightly restrict an average person’s employment, never mind that of a president and leader of the free world.

I have read people asking in frustration why others use terms such as ‘appears’ and ‘seems likely’. No one can say anything else until Clinton’s health records are made public — in full.

Tomorrow: Dr Drew and CNN

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