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Look, it's completely outlandish to imply that a Presidential candidate who once fell down and got a headache has a degenerative brain disease made infamous by football players that are constantly butting skulls with the biggest, strongest, and fastest men on the planet. I don't think you would find too many people that would argue that. That said, if we are judging the direction that Trump's constituents are heading in with this campaign then this has to be considered a step in the right direction. Not because it's at all rooted in reality, but because it's not easily unsubstantiated with one Google search. I would bet all but my life on Hillary Clinton not having a neurological condition that is generally reserved for people that partake in the most violent of athletics over a lengthy period of time. Can I definitively prove that to be true? Nope, and that makes it more legitimate than approximately 92.7% of the endless stream of crap that's continuously flowed from Trump's mouth over the last few months.
More than likely a bunch of Trump supporters just sat down at a roundtable, wrote "stuff that's bad" on top of a sheet of looseleaf, and starting listing them out in an attempt to attribute them to Hillary in whatever way possible, but I got to give credit where it's due. As far as things that are currently popular and universally feared go, CTE was a hell of a choice. Hillary Clinton suffering from a lifetime of brain damage after bumping her head and spending the next few years walking around as a forgetful shell of a human is exponentially more believable than Barack Obama founding ISIS. That's got to count for something, right? If his team - led by whatever high school dropout inhabited the brain of Rudy Giuliani - is just trying to be better than they were the day before then they are certainly heading down a more believable track to inevitable defeat.