Hillary’s health report full of holes! Doctor claims she took a ‘test that does not exist’

Hillary Clinton’s personal physician is now inventing medical tests that don’t exist and medical conditions made of whole cloth in an attempt to bolster the claim that the former secretary of State is in the prime of health, according to at least one doctor.

Shortly after the Democratic presidential nominee collapsed while leaving the Ground Zero memorial Sunday, Kansas physician Dr. Milton Wolf concluded, by dealing “strictly in facts,” that her state of health is much more serious than reported.

Now to answer the claims of Wolf and other medical professionals casting doubt, Clinton’s people have resorted to writing fiction — and they’re not very good at it.

Clinton’s personal physician, Dr. Lisa Bardack, released a statement Wednesday containing a few red flags, the first describing tests that she’d performed on the candidate. It prompted Wolf to make a “for whatever it’s worth” (FWIW) statement.

And Wolf concluded:

Another red flag was Bardack’s diagnosis that Clinton had contracted “a mild non-contagious bacterial” infection of pneumonia.

According to Wolf:

ICD-10 codes refers to the World Health Organization’s 10th revision of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, and Clinton’s condition — as stated by her physician — just isn’t on the list.

“If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging,” is an oft-repeated word of advice issued by the late humorist Will Rogers.

It’s time for Clinton and her people to start taking it.

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