Essentially, this evening's headline is a double one.
Part is to blare that Donald Trump is making significant progress in battleground states such as Nevada, Ohio, and North Carolina.
The other part is a developing story. According to the Drudge Report, come tomorrow, influential The Washington Post will publish an article about Hillary's reaching out to the disabled and their families.
This is really no surprise in itself. An ongoing political ad on radio is a young mother discussing how her daughter became a victim of chronic diseases at a young age. Maintaining her medications is expensive. A single one costs $1,000. It was Hillary's campaign to provide for children's prescriptions that made it possible for the family to be able to provide the child what she needs.
That's very moving for any of us who had to struggle with prescription expenses. I recall one medication I had to take was so expensive that the pharmacist personally called the medical doctor and begged him to shift to an appropriate generic.
It never did dawn on me until the Drudge Report headline that Hillary might be making a special pitch to the disabled and their families. And the reason she is doing that may be that it could "come out" that she herself has a disability.
Because I blog frequently on the Drudge Report Sick-Hillary meme, comments comes in. I won't post them because what they contend about Hillary's health could constitute defamation. However, before long, they might be proven to be accurate.
So, the Drudge Report could be worming in the Disabled-Hillary meme.