As Hillary Clinton was suffering an unfortunate "medical episode" where the scorching NYC 79 degree heat made Hillary faint, confirming once and for all that all those "conspiracy theories" about her health were all just unconspiracy facts, CNN, which as a reminder one month ago admitted "we couldn't help [Hillary] any more than we have", devolved to a state of chaos, as the following snapshot of the two main stories on its front page as of moments ago demonstrates:
But if CNN was chaos, the Washington Post devolved into outright schizophrenia, compliments of the one and only Chris Cilizza, who on Friday was urging everyone to stop talking about Hillary's email scandals, just days after when on September 6 he had another demand: "Can we just stop talking about Hillary Clinton’s health now?"...
... which as of today is especially ironic, because just moments ago he published an article titled, drumroll, "Hillary Clinton’s health just became a real issue in the presidential campaign" (readers may want to take a screenshot of that article: the HuffPo has been known to fire writers for less).
... so which is it Chris?
Just so there is no more confusion, that's a rhetorical quesiton. As for writers who do have a relevant perspective, here is Mike Krieger who summarizes today's sad fiasco best:
Mainstream media should be totally finished after all this. It’s been obvious for a long time now that Hillary health concerns are not a conspiracy theory, yet the mainstream media yelled and screamed about how there was no story to be told. Well there is a story, and anyone who told you otherwise should be forever discredited as a “reporter.”
One can only hope Krieger is right.