No Explanation For Why Hillary Clinton Disappeared From Democratic Debate

Early in Saturday’s democratic debate, Hillary Clinton simply disappeared. ABC News took a commercial break and when they came back, Hillary was gone. Kind of weird thing to happen in a major presidential debate, don’t you think? Even stranger is the fact that no one, not ABC not the DNC not the Clinton Campaign, has offered a reason why.

I actually forgot the debate was even on. Who puts a debate on Saturday night opposite NFL football and Ash vs. The Evil Dead? When I flipped the channel over I got there just in time to hear moderator David Muir say, “We believe Secretary Clinton will be coming around the corner any minute.”

Then there was a shot of the stage with a noticeable absence. Socialist kook Bernie Sanders was on the left, doofus nobody Martin O’Malley was on the right, but the center podium was empty. It seemed very odd.

Muir began asking Sanders a question about how he intends to bring socialism to the US, when suddenly there was some sarcastic cheering from the crowd. Hillary walked back onto the stage to her podium and said “sorry” into the microphone. And that was it. Absolutely no explanation for her disappearing act.

Scouring the web, nobody has a reason why Clinton went missing either. Luckily I’m here with some wild speculation. Somebody has to get to the bottom of this.

I think the first most obvious explanation comes from Clinton aide Huma Abedin, who let it be known that Hillary is “often confused.”Clinton is no spring chicken and the mind tends to go when a person reaches an advanced age. Maybe Hillary just thought the debate was over and was headed for her limo or perhaps she went back stage and simply forgot where she was.

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What is Clinton full of? It could be that simple. She was in the bathroom making room for more.

Also she could have been receiving advice as to how to refill her tank with the same stinky stuff.

Did you notice how all three of them attacked Trump? The candidate they all are not afraid of? They are scared to death of him, If they weren't they would not have mentioned him.

I can't stand looking at these goofusses, so I don't watch. Did she stay off during the entire debate?

She was full of coffee and didn't beat another woman to the bathroom. At least the Secret Service wasn't reserving it for her alone. Besides, the loo was further away than the men's bathroom. Maybe that's part of the war on women.

So, did the author of this "article" really watch the debate and turn it off when she was late returning, which she did, or did he take 2nd hand reports and not do any research?

Could have been a weak blatter issue to turn into a messy number two needing more time to "Refresh" her self. Hey Dale , after I put this in I scrolled a little further to check what the attmisphere was and dang, must be true.

old people have to pee a lot . . . he he he and she is an old hide full or water.

  Hey another reason why she isn't qualified she probably had to change her depends.

She needed a nap

Absolutely! Hitllary had a "mini" moment.

A "mini" being a CVA (cerebral vascular accident) or better known as STROKE.

But we're not supposed to know that . . . . and I didn't tell you.

Most likely she was receiving some "propping up" with a glass of her favorite Jim Beam, OR a drag on some "weed"??

it has to get pretty hot when your pantsuit is on FIRE

I saw the debate.

It was like watching a kid's Tee ballgame.

No mention of emails, shadow government run from her basement, Benghazi, etc.

And Sanders if you ask me runs cover for her.

First debate said let's not talk about Hillary's emails; this debate apologies for data breach to her.

He's gotta be a plant.

O'Malley tried but was sort of ignored most of the time.

The fact she was missing -- who missed her?

Her disappearance was not mentioned -- so unprofessional.

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