This is a story with multiple developments.
Keep in mind that all of his is transpiring with a Benghazi backdrop, which is what makes it especially relevant to our work.
Yesterday, based on a December 29th report from Dominican Today via Gateway Pundit, we posted that Hillary Clinton and her husband were celebrating New Years at a Dominican resort and had possibly been planning to attend a fashion show that same day. Close Clinton adviser, Philippe Reines, issued a statement to GWP and Human Events that stated the Dominican Today’s report was a ‘falsehood’…
Here are the facts: The Clintons are not in the Dominican Republic. The Clintons are not going to the Dominican Republic. I realize that you are linking to and possibly relying on a DomincanToday.com posting, and rest assured we have contacted them as well to point out their deceitful reporting. I’m hoping that you have now been apprised of the facts, and that what you are presenting to your readers is entirely inaccurate and based on nothing even remotely true, we sincerely hope you will do the right thing and take all necessary steps to correct this falsehood. We likely disagree on just about everything, but surely we can agree that posting a lie is far different than posting an opinion.
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On December 30th, it was reported that Hillary had been admitted to a New York hospital to be treated for a blood clot, caused by a concussion, which was caused by a fall, which was caused by dehydration, which was caused by a stomach virus.
Via Washington Post:
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton was hospitalized in New York on Sunday after doctors monitoring her recovery from a concussion discovered a blood clot, according to a statement from her office.
The statement said that “in the course of a follow-up exam, Secretary Clinton’s doctors discovered a blood clot had formed, stemming from the concussion she sustained several weeks ago. She is being treated with anti-coagulants and is at New York-Presbyterian Hospital so that they can monitor the medication over the next 48 hours.
“Her doctors will continue to assess her condition, including other issues associated with her concussion. They will determine if any further action is required.”
Clinton aide Philippe Reines, who issued the statement, declined to provide further details.
Reines said on Thursday that Clinton’s recuperation was continuing and that she was expected to resume her office schedule this week.
Clinton, 65, has not been seen in public since the first week in December, when she reportedly contracted a stomach virus during a trip to Europe. On Dec. 15, the State Department said that she had fainted at her home two days earlier, as a result of dehydration from the virus, and had sustained a concussion. The State Department said that her doctors had advised further rest.
Note the portion in bold. Within that bolded text (emphasis ours), the Post links to this story dated December 15th, which starts out with the following:
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton sustained a concussion after fainting from dehydration at her home early last week, her office disclosed Saturday.
Of course, we can give the Post the benefit of the doubt and assume they meant ‘early this week’ since December 15th was a Saturday and such a day is the last day of any week. Nonetheless, the Post’s December 30th article states Clinton fell on December 13th, which is not early in any week; it was a Thursday.
As this saga unfolds, it is important to establish consistencies and timelines.