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Hillary at 9/11 Looks Worse Than the Corpse in ‘Weekend at Bernie’s’

By Eowyn @DrEowyn

If you don’t know why some in the Alternative Media refer to sickly Hillary Clinton as “Weekend at Bernie’s,” they mean a 1989 comedy movie called Weekend at Bernie’s, about two low-level financial employees, Larry and Richard, at an insurance corporation in New York City who discover their crooked boss, Bernie, dead in his Hamptons island beach house. Before Larry and Richard can call the police, guests arrive for a party that Bernie would host every weekend. To Larry and Richard’s amazement, the guests are too engrossed in their partying to notice their host is dead. Fearing implication in Bernie’s death, and wanting to enjoy the luxury of the house for the weekend, Larry and Richard decide to maintain the illusion that Bernie is still alive.

Here’s a poster of the movie. The man in the middle is dead Bernie, being propped up by Larry and Richard.


Coincidentally, Hillary Clinton too was wearing sunglasses at the 9/11 memorial ceremony at the World Trade Center yesterday, which she left early and almost collapsed to the ground before she was whisked away in her “ambulance” van. (See “Hillary Clinton collapses at 9/11 memorial – mysterious metal piece falls out of her pant leg“)

Below is a shocking photo of her at the 9/11 ceremony, looking more dead than alive.


Just 1½ months ago on July 28, 2016 on the last night of the Democratic National Convention when she accepted her party’s nomination for the presidency, Hillary had looked like this (below left):


How can her appearance change so drastically in such a short time? Even her nose looks different in the two pictures. (See also “Chameleon Hillary Clinton is back to looking like sh*t — and the return of her medical handler”)

In fact, Hillary at the 9/11 memorial ceremony looked worse than Bernie the corpse in the movie:


Some commenters on FOTM say they feel sorry for Hillary and that they will pray for her.

While the natural response of humane people when they see someone struggling with ill health is one of empathy, I’ve thought about Hillary’s case. Using my head instead of my feelings, and having examined my conscience, my position is that I do not feel sorry for her because:

  1. She can put an end to the ongoing and torturous-to-watch public spectacle of her ill health — the incessant coughing, struggling to walk up just a few steps, and collapse at yesterday’s 9/11 memorial ceremony — by dropping out of the presidential race. But she refuses to.
  2. Even worse, she and her campaign, as well as her willing accomplices in the MSM, not only have dismissed those of us in the Alternative Media who’ve blogged and made videos about disturbing signs of her ill health, we are called “ridiculous,” crazy and malicious “conspiracy theorists”. See, for example, here.

If you want to pray for Hillary Clinton, pray that she repents before it’s too late. As for me, I have limited time and energy, and so I don’t pray for Hillary, but I do pray for God’s mercy that we not be punished with a President Hillary.


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