Even though President Trump is healthy as a horse,, the media did its best to beat that horse with assorted conspiracy theories about his weight and eating habits.
Meanwhile the 2020 socialist in the lead for the Democrat nomination gets to just shrug off requests for his medical records after having had a heart attack.
Bernie Sanders said Tuesday night that he is not planning to release any additional medical records.
Sanders, 78, suffered a heart attack in October during a campaign event. He had a blockage in one artery and two stents were inserted, his campaign said at the time.
Speaking during CNN’s town hall in Las Vegas, Sanders was asked to clarify whether his presidential campaign would be releasing full medical records, which he previously stated he would do. Sanders will take part in the Democratic candidate debate Wednesday night.
At the time, he said, “The people do have a right to know about the health of a senator, somebody who’s running for president of the United States — full disclosure.”
However, Tuesday he said: “We have released quite as much documentation as any other candidate has” and reiterated that letters from cardiologists and doctors have said he is in good health.
“I think we have released a detailed medical report and I’m comfortable on what we have done,” Sanders said.
When asked to clarify whether he’d be releasing full medical records, Sanders concluded, “I don’t think we will, no.”
Why not release the records?
The answer is obvious. There’s something in them that would make Sanders a poor risk. A structural medical problem that he hasn’t made public and is trying to hide.
This makes the whole Weekend at Bernie’s thing all the more apt.
The real candidate of the Sanders campaign is whoever Bernie’s VP might be. And considering the radical circle around him, that person might even be worse than Bernie.
This is why the voting public has the right to know whom they are really voting for.
And, once the media begins demanding that Trump release his financial records again, he can point to Bernie’s failure to release his medical records.