The Dr. Drew – Hillary Clinton saga has now taken another strange twist.
A few weeks ago, TV medicine specialist Dr. Drew Pinsky appeared on KABC’s McIntyre in the Morning, where he and his colleague Dr. Robert Huizenga, expressed how they were both…
“Gravely concerned, not just about her [Hillary Clinton] health, but her health care.”
The two medical specialists analysed Clinton’s released medical records where they pointed out that after Clinton fainted and fell in late 2012, she suffered from a “transverse sinus thrombosis” which is an “exceedingly rare clot” that “virtually guarantees somebody has something wrong with their coagulation system.”
Dr. Drew Pinsky’s popular show on HLN, the sister channel of CNN, was cancelled suddenly, eight days after his comments on McIntyre in the Morning.
CNN has not hidden its die hard support of Hillary Clinton, which often justifies references to CNN as the Clinton News Network.
Now, news is coming to the surface, that Dr. Drew is so afraid of Hillary’s power and ability to suddenly make those who oppose her disappear, that the TV doctor is more than ok with just being canceled…realising that he could have met the same fate of five other unfortunate people who dared to impede on the Clinton’s path towards the presidency.
“No, no, no. I just want them to go away!” he told one friend.
“Dr. Drew” was canceled eight days after Pinsky discussed Clinton’s health on a radio show, saying he was “gravely concerned not just about her health, but her health care.”
“CNN is so supportive of Clinton, network honchos acted like the Mafia when confronting Drew,” a source told me. “First, they demanded he retract his comments, but he wouldn’t.”
What followed was a series of nasty phone calls and e-mails. “It was downright scary and creepy,” a source close to Pinsky said.
But a spokeswoman for Pinsky said the show’s cancellation had been decided weeks before Pinsky’s comments, as part of a HLN revamp that includes the end of Nancy Grace’s show.
“I know the timing is suspicious, and I know it’s hard to believe, but the two things had nothing to do with each other,” Pinsky’s rep Valerie Allen told me.