Personally, when I hear “blood clot,” I think back to beloved NBC journalist David Bloom, who died of a blood clot when he was only 39-years old, covering the Iraq war in 2003.
Sarcastically writing, “The woman is ill. Only a clod would say a clot was a plot,” Althouse adds:
We weren’t told the site of said blood clot. Was it her brain (recently concussed)? Was it her leg (where she had a blood clot back in 1998)? The former is a big deal, the latter, not so much. Why not specify the site, since it make such a big difference, medically? Oh, but we’re told we must not display any skepticism, any hint of suspicion that the SOS is trying to avoid having to testify about Benghazi.
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