Presidential Election 2016
Hillary Clinton is hiding a secret medical crisis from America — and her garbage proves it! That's the startling discovery made by two RadarOnline.com reporters who collected the Democratic presidential candidate's trash — right from under the nose of her Secret Service detail — in a shocking breach of her security.
During an examination of the near-bursting trash bag's contents, taken from the sidewalk directly outside her Washington D.C. digs, RadarOnline.com made a series of troubling discoveries.
Are these surgical gloves — often used to handle contaminated tissue samples — explosive evidence of the 68-year-old candidate's health woes?
Fast food wrappers could be proof she gorges on deadly diet that caused her to pack on 103 pounds during her campaign!
Despite being raked over the coals for mishandling top-secret government intelligence, Hillary is STILL sloppy with her personal records, neglecting to shred important documents and sensitive information.
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Hillary's longtime physician, Dr. Lisa Bardack, says she eats a "diet rich in lean protein, vegetables and fruits." But her trash doesn't show it!
RadarOnline.com reporters were able to waltz up to the home that Hillary shares with Bill as Secret Service agents kicked back in a van in front of the house.
Staffers calmly removed the refuse — which is perfectly legal — without even being questioned, and all while Hillary sat inside her home!
Amazingly, the reporters returned TWO MORE TIMES without being confronted.
By the third time, the trash bins had been removed from the sidewalk.
What do you think about the clues to Hillary's lifestyle found in her garbage? Let us know in the comments!
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