The attack isn't a headliner. The chaos in Charlotte still dominates. And with good reason. Its issues could become one of the tipping points in the election.
But there is a provocative link to The Washington Post video clip of Hillary's address to the Laborers' International Union of North America. The attention-getting device is to label it "Manic Hillary." Here you can view the video.
Hillary does raise her voice, actually quite a bit. And she puts out there the question: Why aren't I 50 points ahead? She brings up that her dad was a small businessman. She attacks Trump's business relationships with the working man. She demands that he put out there more information about this and that.
But, manic? I don't agree. Instead I would label the speech as "stale." Both in content and in delivery. Hillary seems tired.
It could be that the Drudge Report is also getting a bit stale in its Down-With-Hillary memes.