Hillary's Gurney: Hospital Bed On Standby At Clinton RallyEMS workers in bullet proof vests traveled with Clinton's motorcade
Paul Joseph Watson
Sep. 09, 2016
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EMS workers wearing bullet proof vests who had been traveling in an ambulance that was part of Hillary Clinton's motorcade in Cleveland, Ohio earlier this week were caught on camera wheeling out a hospital bed, prompting more questions as to the state of Hillary's health.
Hillary suffered a four minute coughing fit during the event which prompted national headlines and an attempt by the Clinton campaign to pressure the media into not reporting on future episodes of Hillary's ill health.
Infowars reporter Millie Weaver reported how she was intrigued to see the EMS workers traveling with Hillary given all the questions about her health.
"I'm standing there waiting for Hillary to come out of her tent and the event was already running over an hour behind, so I had a feeling something was wrong, that maybe she was sicků.and sure enough I turn right around and there is a gurney and there's these EMS workers bit they are wearing what looks like bullet proof vests," said Weaver.
The men seen in the video wheeling out the gurney emerged from the same ambulance that had been part of Hillary's motorcade, according to Weaver and her cameraman.
"They were staged right behind stage waiting in the event that maybe she might have had something happen or maybe she fainted or fell," said Weaver, who noted how Clinton "sounded so sick in person" when she finally emerged from the tent to give her cough-addled speech.
Leftist media outlets claimed they had "debunked" our previous article about Hillary's motorcade containing an ambulance by claiming that all presidential candidates had one.
However, there was no ambulance in Donald Trump's motorcade when he visited Cleveland for a rally three days later, according to Weaver.