Crisis of Character’ author Gary Byrne and ‘Guilty as Sin’ author Edward Klein weighed in on ‘Hannity’ on Wednesday over the Clinton Health controversy.
Bryne was a Secret Service officer for the Clintons from 1991-2003 and has recently released on op-ed for the Independent Journal Review. In his article titled “I protected Hillary Clinton in the Secret Service – Here’s Why Her “fainting” Video Really Scares Me,” Bryne uses his experience and knowledge of how the secret service functions on a detail and comes to the conclusion that her security detail knows she has health issues and they act accordingly to help her hide what’s wrong.
“It is very revealing that, whatever is wrong with her, she is being treated by her own private medical specialists in secret and, judging by the ballet-like reaction by her detail, they have dealt with this before.”
Bryne talks about some of the unorthodox things her detail does in this video such as the bald headed officer, who Bryne believes to be the shift leader, crossing in between her and the van door to help her. This indicated he knows her condition, and that’s why he crossed in front of her “exit” to help her as she went stiff and they dragged her into the vehicle.
He then also discusses how her detail “shields her” in a motion called “collapsing on,” which is seen in the video. She is surrounded completely and essentially disappears from the public view.
Bryne finishes his own article with the following statement: “She’s putting herself, her party, and her Secret Service detail at risk. Her health is directly tied to the health of our country and we deserve treatment.”
See the Fox News interview below:
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