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Ron Paul Is Hospitalized After Appearing To Have A Stroke During A Live Show


The video that your about to see is absolutely chilling.

Former US Representative of Texas Ron Paul had a medical emergency while he was live-streaming his weekday show on Youtube.

Paul was in the middle of talking when all of a sudden he started to slur his words and then his words got to the point where they were not understandable.

The live-stream was then immediately cut off.

Warning the videos below are graphic:


The New York Post covered the story and added these details:

Ron Paul, a former Texas congressman, presidential candidate and the father of Sen. Rand Paul, suffered an apparent stroke-like illness in the middle of a livestream Friday afternoon.

Paul, 85, who was live-streaming his weekday “Liberty Report” broadcast on YouTube, has been hospitalized for “precautionary” reasons, Fox News reported.

“Message from Ron Paul: “I am doing fine. Thank you for your concern,” he tweeted just before 3 p.m. — alongside a photo of him in a hospital bed, smiling and giving a thumb’s up.

Many people took to twitter and said they were praying for Ron Paul.

Their prayers were answered because Ron Paul announced on Twitter that he was doing okay!

Fox News covered the story too:

Ron Paul, the former Republican representative who ran for president three times, was hospitalized on Friday in Texas for “precautionary” reasons, Fox News has learned.

Paul, 85, was speaking about the free market during a livestream on his YouTube channel when his speech began to slur earlier in the day. He is “lucid” and “optimistic,” Fox News learned.

“I am doing fine,” Paul said in a later statement posted to his Twitter, along with an image of him in a hospital bed. “Thank you for your concern.”


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