As former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani called for Americans to ‘Google Hillary Clinton illness’, a New York Times columnist called on the search engine giant to “fix” its results in order to hide the videos that purport to show evidence of Clinton’s poor health.

Giuliani appeared on Fox News Sunday, and called into question Hillary’s physical; ability to be president.

The media “fails to point out several signs of illness by her. All you’ve got to do is go online,” Giuliani said.

“Go online and put down ‘Hillary Clinton illness,’ take a look at the videos for yourself,” he added.

Giuliani then appeared on ‘Fox & Friends’ Monday and repeated the claims.

“I think Hillary is tired. I do. When I saw Hillary at the press conference sitting down with a Hillary supporting police chief pretending she is pro-police. It is one of the most pathetic press conferences I’ve ever seen. Well first of all she looks sick. Number two she looks completely uncomfortable saying anything pro-police.” the former NYC mayor declared.

Giuliani’s comments come amid fresh claims that there is something seriously wrong with Hillary as she appeared at a outdoor rally over the weekend wearing a thick wool jacket and dark pants, despite the blistering sunshine.

Clinton’s campaign press secretary Brian Fallon reacted to Giuliani’s comments by making light of the fact that Giuliani had to pull out of the 2000 Senate race against Hillary because he was diagnosed with prostate cancer.


Clinton’s campaign has called the claims over her health “deranged conspiracy theories”, yet videos documenting the evidence of her problems continue to rack up millions of views online.

In an article in the New York Times tech section, columnist Farhad Manjoo called for Google to “fix” its search engine results to hide the videos, so the world cannot see them.

“Google should fix this. It shouldn’t give quarter to conspiracy theorists,” Manjoo tweeted.

The Times, which Donald Trump has attacked on several occasions for being blatantly pro-Hillary, also published a piece declaring that Hillary is in perfect health, with the core of it being that Clinton’s “internist” said so, as if that settles the matter.

The Clinton camp has previously cited fake documents to assert that questions surrounding her ill health are “debunked” conspiracy theories.


Steve Watson is a London based writer and editor for Alex Jones’, and

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