BAD TIMING: Women’s Health Magazine Makes A HORRIBLE Choice For October’s Feature

BAD TIMING: Women's Health Magazine Makes A HORRIBLE Choice For October's Feature

Is it just a case of bad timing, or are they trying to convince people that she is healthy? Her words are so eery and ironic!

Before the recent media firestorm surrounding Democrat Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton’s recent medical breakdown, she was featured in Women’s Health Magazine.

Yes, you read that correctly. WOMEN’S HEALTH!

The popular women’s magazine included a glossy photo of Hillary Clinton, and she appears to glow in discussing how she will work to help women as President.

Hillary’s words in the article are eerily prophetic.

When asked about the biggest obstacle she faced during her campaign, Clinton said it was the new media culture.

“In the heat of a campaign, in a culture that rewards brevity and clever phrases on social media, it can be really tempting to give simple answers to complex problems,” she said. “That’s never been my style.”

She asserted that she was “a little wonky” but believed in discussing specifics in her proposals.

Do you find it ironic that she used the phrase, “heat of the campaign,” and described herself as, “a little wonky?” For many, the irony is not lost.

Charlie Spiering addressed the issue appropriately on Twitter:

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Not surprisingly, many of the reader comments are on point and hilarious!

NASA had to have been involved in this photoshop effort..

Jeezus, Photoshop “smoothing” filter set to 256.

So Women’s health is doing fiction now?

nice filter lens and Photoshopping – like that image the news always shows of her glowing with health

The only way she’s is the picture of health is through a heavy dose of Photoshop.

Good makeup and airbrush job.

She has been going out without even washing her hair…and then they try to sell us this is ?

It truly is a nice picture. Do  you agree?


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