Kerry, you seem like a perfectly nice guy, but you've said some rather strange things here. It's not a matter of politics, really, but the conclusions you draw. Here, the problem isn't that you see reason to doubt these reports. It's that beyond these doubts, you're expressing with unreasonable certainty that the reports are "fake" and that there's a conspiracy among the media and various others to push it. Similarly, you can believe Clinton is unfit for office, without coming to the conclusion, based on no evidence whatsoever, that she has Parkinson's. You're criticizing others for leaping to unreasonable conclusions, while leaping to unreasonable conclusions of your own. And these are not the only examples of you doing this.
Here is the difference. It is one thing to take media reports, discuss them, play "what-if", etc... It is something totally different to take media reports and demand that everyone accept them as 100% fact, and anyone not playing along is pure evil.
HRC had at the time an undisclosed medical condition - in fact, she ended up have three of them simultaneously. She later disclosed that.