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Mitch McConnell Sparks Health Concerns After Photo of His Hands From Yesterday Go Viral
We cannot say this enough. We do not like doing these. We do NOT like pointing out that older Americans have trouble that younger Americans do not. But we are literally forced to do so when Americans from one party feel no obligation at all about disclosing their medical status and whether those medical issues could be impacting the way that they do their job, like – for instance – Mitch McConnell completely forgetting that just four years ago, he thought that that American people deserved a “vote” on who would be on the SCOTUS, but this year, it didn’t matter that some people HAD started voting. Maybe something is wrong with McConnell’s memory.
Maybe he’s just an asshole and there’s nothing that can be done about that prognosis.
But a picture taken of McConnell yesterday shows hands of two entirely different colors. We suppose that means he could have just had a blood draw from one hand, older folks, often on anti-coagulants, can bruise badly from IV blood infusions or draws for tests.
But because things like that can present themselves so obviously, that is often why these types of things are disclosed. Again, this is likely nothing because we all know that McConnell is not human, he’s a reptilian that has been alive for 350 years – and one can see maybe some of the coverage of his hand just fading a bit revealing the claw, so it’s likely nothing. But they need to address it! Just say it! “Senator McConnell is a Reptilian that has different medical needs and demonstrates different responses to blood draws because – well – technically it’s not blood, but that is the reason one claw is a different color than the other hand.
This photo of Mitch McConnell's hands from yesterday pic.twitter.com/9x5x2UhxvJ
— MeidasTouch.com (@MeidasTouch) October 21, 2020
What is going on with Mitch McConnell's health? pic.twitter.com/13icSKvhSd
— ☇RiotWomenn☇ (@riotwomennn) October 21, 2020
Take that, humans!
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