Washington Times Columnist Says Hillary Clinton Should Have Been Checked Into "Rubber Room" For Her "Psychosis"
Washington Times columnist Charles Hurt insisted that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton release records from an MRI, purporting she showed signs of "psychosis" after her 2012 fall, echoing a lie created by Karl Rove to smear the possible 2016 presidential candidate.
In a May 13 Washington Times column, Charles Hurt suggested  Clinton release MRI records from her 2012 concussion, accusing her of showing "varying degrees of psychosis," and claiming she showed an "inability to relate to the pain" of the families of the Benghazi victims. Hurt argued that it is "just and fitting" for voters to be "informed about the mental fitness of our politicians seeking higher office":
[T]he terrorist attack in Benghazi proved that Mrs. Clinton certainly wasn't up to the task.
After months of dodging, evasions and doctors' visits, Mrs. Clinton finally lashed out in public about the attack. "What difference at this point does it make!" she bellowed at her interlocutors.
Well, the families of the four Americans, including the U.S. ambassador to Libya, would like clear answers and closure. They would like to know why Mrs. Clinton and the White House were far more interested in immediately covering up their handling of the attack than protecting American property and personnel in the first place.
This inability to relate to the pain felt by those around her is a frequent sign of varying degrees of psychosis.
In any event it was an awkward MRI moment that should have gotten the former first lady checked into a rubber room for further evaluation
And, if she really wants to be president, the American people have a right to know what the results of that MRI showed.
Hurt's baseless accusation that Clinton suffered from "psychosis" echoes a smear created  by Republican strategist and Fox News contributor Karl Rove, who told an audience on May 8 that Clinton may have suffered brain damage from a 2012 fall. Rove later recanted  his claim after he was heavily  criticized  for his unfounded allegation. In fact, Clinton's doctors explained  in 2012 that the clot Clinton experienced as a result of the fall "did not cause Clinton to suffer a stroke, and did not result in any neurological damage."