Dr. Ben Carson might not be the most effective surrogate for Donald Trump, but the renowned neurosurgeon surely wasn’t alone in believing that both Donald Trump, 70, and Hillary Clinton, 68, should release their medical records.

The media has pretty well settled on the idea that any question about Hillary Clinton’s health is a holdover from the vast right-wing conspiracy, and journalists are fighting back — not that they’re biased. Trump posting a photo of him eating KFC? He’s practically trying to induce a heart attack so he won’t have to face Clinton on stage at the debates.

The Washington Post’s Jonathan Capehart on Wednesday posted video proving that Clinton is just fine.

Not only is she pictured walking, but check out the following video, an edit of a zoomed-in Facebook video shot from the audience at a Massachusetts fundraiser. When host Bryan Rafanelli drops his index cards, watch in amazement as a “rather alert and spry” Clinton helps pick them up.

“I was so impressed that she did not miss a beat in helping when Bryan dropped the cards,” emailed the Clinton supporter who shot the video.

Capehart notes that even after picking up the index cards, Clinton hopped a jet to appear on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” where she opened a jar of pickles.

As if you needed any more proof that Clinton is in great health, CNN … well, CNN didn’t exactly provide any. But also on Wednesday afternoon, CNN published its piece questioning Donald Trump’s health under the headline, “Clinton’s health is fine, but what about Trump?”

In another stunning feat of journalism, CNN examined Trump’s claim that he’s lost weight on the campaign trail by referring to a piece in the New York Times stating that it was “the opinion of some friends of Mr. Trump that he has gained weight recently.” More proof!

By Friday we should be seeing cable TV pundits debating if Clinton is actually too healthy. It would be great if we could all get a look at those thousands of missing emails detailing the yoga routines that have given her superhuman strength and endurance.