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Hillary Clinton's Deteriorating Health
Hillary Rodham Clinton
Running for President
The law requires employers to check the medical suitability of their employees to perform the functions of a particular position. This holds even more true when the position applied for is that of President of the United States of America. In the run-up to the 2016 election Hillary Clinton released a statement by her physician, Dr. Lisa Bardack, declaring her to be "in excellent physical condition and fit to serve as President of the United States”. Despite such reassuring wording, Hillary's public appearances seem to speak otherwise. A number of respected physicians have come forward questioning Hillary's health and ability to serve as president.
A fall and broken elbow in 2009
An early warning sign might have been her fall in mid 2009. While serving as President Obama's secretary of state Hillary fell and fractured her right elbow while walking to her car in the basement of the state department. At the time her reflexes at least prevented a head injury. The elbow underwent surgical repair and Hillary was back after missing a couple of meetings.
Boarding a plane in 2012
In 2012 she fell again while boarding a plane. This time, fortunately, without sustaining injury. Notice Hillary going up the stairs insecure and firmly keeping her hand on the railing.
Falling again in 2012
Later that year in December Hillary fainted and fell at her home, sustaining a concussion (the official cause later attributed to dehydration following gastroenteritis from a stomach virus). A follow-up exam revealed a blood clot in her head, requiring blood thinners and another hospital stay. When Hillary reappeared on the stage in January 2013 she was wearing glasses with prism lenses. She admitted having experienced double vision and dizziness for a certain period and revealed she will likely take blood thinners for the rest of her life.
The Clinton team tried to downplay the entire episode, but the opposition was understandably more inquisitive. Karl Rove spoke for many when he observed: “Thirty days in the hospital and when she reappears, she's wearing glasses that are only for people who have traumatic brain injury? We need to know what's up with that”. Three years on in 2016 she was again seen on the campaign trail wearing these prism lens glasses.
Neurologist presume Clinton is suffering from post-concussion syndrome, a condition that can severely impact her cognitive abilities.
No end to coughing fits
Since 2008 Hillary has also had numerous episodes of prolonged coughing fits. During speaking events she always has a glass of water and a lozenge ready at hand, though these remedies often are insufficient to subside her cough.
Hillary had a coughing fit during the Benghazi hearings in October 2015
This prolonged coughing fit in Iowa occurred in January 2016:
Again during her Harlem speech in February 2016...
Some kind of neurological disorder
Another episode from the campaign trail in which Hillary shows clear signs of a neurological disorder: she literally freezes during her speech and has to be told twice by a secret agent (the big black man is likely more than that) to “keep talking”.
Ironically, watching the two standing behind the lectern side by side, the slogan in front of them comes true: “stronger together”. On her own she doesn't even have the strength to stand or speak. But with the help of her campaign staffers the show somehow goes on...
The balloon drop
The balloon drop during the Democratic convention apparently provided the stimulus for another neurological attack. Watch Hillary's weird facial expressions and her bizarre amazement:
Just a simple question...
It is well known that in persons with neurological disorders over-stimulus can trigger seizures. During this campaign trail interview Hillary starts a bizarre head-bobbing when two journalists address her simultaneously:
Avoiding the flash lights
Flash lights also can set of seizures. That might be another reason Hillary is avoiding press conferences. When you go to a Trump rally or press conference there are flashes lighting up everywhere, while there are almost none where Clinton is. Wherever she goes her staff is usually trying to build a human wall around her to shield Hillary from journalists.
There are further concerns about Hillary's health that haven't been addressed or clarified properly.
There has for one been noted a mysterious black hole on her tongue that has not been explained, but that could be due to cancer removal.
Then there was her disappearance from the debate stage that has left people speculating about a long bathroom break. Yet according to a law-enforcement source with inside connections, her absence had to do with struggles from a previous brain injury.
Furthermore Hillary has frequently been seen needing help when going up stairs or requiring immediate sitting after speaking events or in between breaks.
The mainstream media doesn't do its job
It is disconcerting how the mainstream media is downplaying Hillary's health problems (a worrying sign that mainstream media cannot be trusted). The New York Times even called on Google to censor search results to keep people from finding out about Hillary's frail condition, even though several respected doctors have expressed grave concerns about her health.
When a close aid next to her was photographed with a diazepam pen out of the major networks only FoxNews touched on it.
Meanwhile on certain conservative information sites like Breitbart and Infowars speculation runs deep. Recently a secret service whistleblower reached out to Infowars' Joe Biggs referring that Hillary has likely Parkinson's Disease.
Now its your turn...
Should Hillary be obliged to release her full medical records?
Release your medical records
The official letter from Hillary's physician states that “while Clinton has hypothyroidism and seasonal allergies, she is in 'excellent physical condition and fit to serve as president of the United States'”. According to her campaign “Hillary Clinton has released a detailed medical record showing her to be in excellent health”.
What has been released in fact is a letter from Clinton's doctor, just a mere statement, but not her full healthcare records.
According to a Rasmussen poll 59% of American would like to see the Clinton campaign release Hillary's medical records.
Previously in 2008 the mainstream media had demanded Mr McCain to release his health records. Now they are staying conspicuously silent instead.
A conspiracy theory - but by whom ?
The Clinton campaign is attempting to characterize anyone questioning Hillary's health as a conspiracy theorist.
Yet the above episodes are signs of some serious health condition, supposedly a neurological disorder. It would be imperative for Hillary to release her full medical records, or at least to submit them to an impartial panel of physicians for evaluation.
Yet Hillary refuses to do so, increasing speculations that something is seriously wrong with her indeed. A fall or concussion might happen to anyone, of course, but the long serious of episodes and weird behavior by Hillary and the cover up by her campaign suggest there is more to it than a 'conspiracy theory'.
As the 2016 election approaches the question about Hillary's health is certainly not subsiding anytime soon. Watch out.
Another bad health episode on 9/11...
There seems to be no end to Hillary's health issues. On Labor Day Hillary (again) suffered one of her prolonged (2 min!) coughing fits.
Then on 9/11 while attending a ceremonial she fainted and had to leave immediately. Her campaign tried to play down the episode by saying she had just 'overheated'. Yet the video shows Hillary jerking and having a seizure while security is hastily trying to get her into the van.
With Hillary's bad health episodes becoming ever more frequent and still 59 days left to election day, stay tuned for news from the HRC campaign trail !
Hillary fainting at 9/11 ceremony
Further evidence of Parkinson's disease
During the first presidential debate the pill-rolling movement, so characteristic for Parkinson's disease, could finally be seen in Hillary (see the below video at 2:30). This despite her strong medication of levodopa, which is evident from her eyes-crossing syndrome.
For a presidential candidate on the finishing line before the election, HRC is taking an unusually extensive time of rest. Furthermore, during her short appearances she needs constant assistance by her team to get along.
In case she should make it into the White House, don't expect her to look presidential for long.