Here’s the Truth: Website Puts Out False Story About Hillary


If you’re an active reader of this website, and if you’ve followed Dennis Michael Lynch over the years, then you know DML and staff are not necessarily the biggest fans of Hillary Clinton. And that’s putting it lightly.  But we’ll get back to that in a moment.

We here at Team DML value our readers.  We take pride in what we do.  We stand tall with integrity, and we always go the extra mile to give our readers the truth.  From time to time we may get a number wrong, or misspell a name, or make a human error of some kind, and when we do we’ll admit to the error and try fix it somehow.  But never would we seek to purposely alter a story or provide misleading information in exchange for clicks and shares. Nor would we mislead our readers solely for the purpose of pushing a political agenda or to destroy a human being even if we don’t like the person.

DML realizes our readers go to other websites for information, and sometimes the information on those websites will be sent to us.  For example, each day people send us news stories from other websites and ask that we “check it out” to see if the story is credible.

Earlier today we received an email from an avid reader who asked that we look into a story running on a popular conservative website.  According to the website, Hillary Clinton took a neurological test while at the 9/11 ceremonies.   The website offers a picture and the following commentary:


“Despite her campaign claiming it was pneumonia that led to her ill health in New York on Sunday, Hillary Clinton was caught on camera receiving a neurological test from someone who appeared to be a nurse.

The image shows Hillary grasping the woman’s fingers with her fist, which is a classic motor neuron test to determine abnormalities in the nervous system.

The NYU School of Medicine details how the test is conducted:

“Test the patient’s grip by having the patient hold the examiner’s fingers in their fist tightly and instructing them not to let go while the examiner attempts to remove them. Normally the examiner cannot remove their fingers. This tests the forearm flexors and the intrinsic hand muscles. Compare the hands for strength asymmetry.

This is precisely what appears to be taking place in the image above. So why would Hillary be receiving a motor neuron test if she was only suffering from pneumonia, as her campaign claimed?

Yes, we at Team DML believe there is more to Hillary’s health than a case of walking pneumonia.  And just last night DML’s DAILY REPORT  focused on Hillary’s poor health and how DML believes it’s more severe than being reported.  But the claim that she had a neurological test on 9/11 is absolutely false.

From what we can tell, the “image” being used on the popular website is a freeze frame taken from a video captured by MSNBC during the 9/11 ceremonies.  The freeze frame makes it appear as if Hillary grabs the woman’s hand but truth is, she did not.

The full footage shows the woman pinning a ribbon on the right lapel of Hillary’s jacket.  The two ladies cross hands but they never touch.   We’ve included the video for you view below.

Hillary Clinton has a lot to answer for regarding her diagnosis of pneumonia.  We do not believe she is an honest person, but lets not stoop to her level.  Lets not give her and the liberal media reasons to slam conservatives for spreading nonsense. We are not accusing the website who posted this story of purposely misleading people, but we are accusing them of poor journalism.  So Team DML will be reaching out to the website and asking they remove the story.   Let’s see how they react.

Here is the video:

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