What gives Hillary?
Failed 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton received a hero’s welcome Friday at Harvard as she was honored “for all of her battles, won and lost.”
But the former secretary of state appeared in a heavy coat and large scarf wrapped around her neck — as the temperature outside approached a sweltering 90 degrees.
— Maura Healey (@maura_healey) May 25, 2018
Clinton was awarded the Radcliffe Medal, an award given annually to an individual who has had a transformative effect on society, the Boston Globe reported. She was recognized for her public service as a first lady, U.S. senator, secretary of state, and the first woman nominated by a major party for the U.S. presidency.
Adding to the intrigue, the Daily Mail reported that Clinton was photographed in the same heavy coat and scarf earlier this month and there was “an unusual bulge that some speculated is a back brace.”
The British tabloid noted that “she has worn similar outfits in public ever since.”
Now that we are heading into the summer months, it is obvious Hillary is hiding something with her bulky clothing. Hillary Clinton has been spotted many times recently wearing a heavy coat and scarf strategically placed to hide what appears to be a back brace.
SO WHAT? pic.twitter.com/HXbS9Frvb9
— Margo Howard (@Margoandhow) May 26, 2018
The mystery calls to mind the strange behavior from the Clinton campaign when the candidate nearly fainted on the campaign trail and had to be assisted into a waiting vehicle.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) September 12, 2016
She was traveling with a doctor on hand, and the campaign stated after the incident that Clinton was suffering from pneumonia. That didn’t stop the wild speculation, or explain why the candidate would not just be up front about it.
Of course, there was the recent episode in India, where Clinton almost fell while walking down a flight of stairs and had to be assisted by aides.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) March 14, 2018
Critics may suggest the mystery is just the Clintons ongoing aversion to the truth.
Here’s a quick sampling of the reaction online to Clinton’s appearance at Harvard, to include a little good-natured speculation about what she could be hiding under that heavy coat:
(Just observing – Not wishing her any ill-will)
Temp of 90 degrees in Boston.
Hillary is wearing a heavy coat and massive scarf.
One must assume she's still utilizing a full back-brace – i.e. as captured in photos several days ago. https://t.co/7XKTKWN4Ac
— Tom T. ن®💎 (@VRWCTexan) May 26, 2018
What is Hillary Clinton hiding? She was visiting Boston, Massachusetts and had on a large scarf and was wearing a heavy coat. The temperature was near 90º F (32º C). pic.twitter.com/7GRfhCJQFF
— i.Web.Paul (@iWebPaul) May 26, 2018
“Look at me. It’s 90° and you’re sweating your nads off but here I am with a reptilian exoskeleton back brace, a battery pack to power my soul and layers of scarf things to hide the fact that I’ve no carotid pulse. I am not human and can’t feel empathy. I am mutant. I’m Hillary.” pic.twitter.com/FBZQWoTcLt
— 🇺🇸Lionel🇺🇸 (@LionelMedia) May 26, 2018
Everyone talking about Hillary wearing a heavy coat and scarf even as it’s nearly summer. Everyone speculating on what she is hiding. Most thinks it’s some sort of back brace. Personally I think she has the computer hard drives with all those missing e mails hid under that coat.
— Stars and Stripes Patriot (@Patriotbuff) May 26, 2018
Hillary Clinton is such a pathological liar that she's now regularly wearing huge scarves to hide some kind of back brace instead of just admitting that she, like any elderly person, can have chronic health problems. It's hilariously sad.
— Cody J (@CodyJassman) May 26, 2018
… and Hillary is wearing odd, big scarves in the heat. Hiding what? A back brace? Something is not physically (or mentally haha) right with her.
— Awezhum 🇺🇸 (@awezhum1) May 26, 2018
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