Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s apparent health problems have been getting harder and harder for her sycophants to spin as “conspiracy theory,” and now a former Secret Service agent has spoken out about just how big of a deal Clinton’s recent fainting spell was.
Former U.S. Secret Service agent Dan Bongino told Breitbart that he has never seen a presidential candidate collapse like Clinton did on Sunday.
Bongino spoke to “Breitbart News Daily” Sirius XM host Alex Marlow on Monday morning about Clinton’s fainting spell on Sunday at a memorial in Manhattan for the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Marlow asked Bongino what he thought about Clinton’s collapse that saw two Secret Service agents almost drag the candidate into her motorcade vehicle. Bongino told Marlow:
“This is severe. I was in the Secret Service for 12 years. I must have done security, or been part of a security plan, at close to 500 sites, if not more. I’ve never seen a protectee go down like that, ever.”
x”I’ve seen protectees get thirsty, get hungry, get a little woozy, sit down in a hold room,” he added. “I have never seen a protectee literally faint.
I don’t think there’s any reasonable person would question that she would have fell if it wasn’t for the agents.”
According to Bongino, there were high ranking officers on the scene who felt the need to move quickly to assist Clinton highlighting the seriousness of the fall:
“And one of the things about that video that kind of dictates to me how severe the situation was, is, if you look at that video of her getting in the van, look to the left, and you’ll see two white shirts with the NYPD. That means they’re supervisors.
“They’re probably lieutenants, or sergeants, meaning they probably have ten years on the job, or above. These are seasoned street cops. They see her and watch how quickly.
They move right over to the vehicles. They don’t care about the Secret service, or anything. They walk right over to her.”
“That says to me,” Bongino said in conclusion, “they saw something not in that camera angle, and they knew she was in a health crisis.”