How Hillary Clinton’s past health problems sparked ‘body double’ conspiracy before husband Bill hospitalized with sepsis

HILLARY Clinton was spotted visiting her husband Bill in hospital after he was struck with sepsis.

Walking with her longtime aide Huma Abedin, Hillary left the hospital just after midnight and seemed to be in “good spirits”.


Bill Clinton’s current health scare harkens back to theories about his wife’s supposed ‘body double’[/caption]

The health scare harkens back to the rumors and conspiracy theories surrounding Hillary’s health during her presidential campaign.

After being seen stumbling into an SUV after an event in New York City in 2016, people on the internet speculated that Hillary may have had a body double.

Internet sleuths painstakingly combed through photos and videos of the then-Democratic Presidential candidate noting supposed changes in her body.

At the time, Hillary was reportedly diagnosed with pneumonia despite her campaign said that she had overheated. 

Hillary emerged hours later looking healthy and, according to others, completely different.

One person wrote: “This is getting serious now” with a before and after photo attached showing supposed differences in Hillary’s appearance.

Both Bill and Hillary’s medical histories have made headlines in the years since leaving the White House.

In 2001, the former president underwent a four-hour quadruple bypass operation at the Columbia campus of New York-Presbyterian Hospital.

He later had two stents implanted in his coronary artery in 2010.

Hillary suffered a concussion in 2012 after she fainted at home and had a blood clot a month later in January 2013.

Years later, then-Republican candidate Donald Trump said that he and Clinton should release their medical records though neither of them did.


Theorists analyzed photos of Clinton from the 2016 event, saying that she looked ‘thinner’ than normal[/caption]

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