Media Matters puts together a series of clips that show various segments and guests questioning the timing and validity of the blood clot that hospitalized Secretary of State Hilary Clinton.
The WSJ covers some of the earlier criticism writing in a Jan 1 OpEd, "Conservatives who had charged that reports of the concussion were an excuse to avoid testifying muted their criticism after the hospitalization. The New York Post editorialized Dec. 18 that the reported concussion was a "head fake" by Mrs. Clinton, but adopted a new tone on Tuesday. "A full recovery is what's important now," said the paper, which is owned by News Corp ., owner of The Wall Street Journal. "Get well soon, Hillary.""