Suppose y’all know that she had not one but two more coughing fits over the holiday weekend, which marked the first time in a very long time that she bothered herself to take questions from the obviously complicit media. She was asked seven questions by the chosen-few, sycophantic “journalists” who accompanied her on her plane. The questions on the plane, however, were cut short by a coughing spell, which had been preceded by another coughing spell during a speech before the plane departed.
The Clinton camp wants to blame Crooked Hillary’s four-minute-long hacking attack on high levels of pollen in Ohio, where she was appearing. Sorry. Debunked thoroughly. Air quality was “low” that day for most allergens, while ragweed was “moderate.” Whatever. The woman has been having coughing fits for months, if not years. Suddenly she’s allergic? What was her excuse in February when most plants are dormant?
What about the fit on the plane? High pollen at 30,000 feet with conditioned air?
The coughing fit on the plane was preceded by a tortuous attempt to accuse Trump, laughably, of conspiring with the Russians to “Watergate” the upcoming elections. Tortuous attempt, because the woman was so hoarse that she was hard to understand, until she lapsed into her hacking, which made the issue moot.
Oddly enough, Hillary asked for water and then refused to drink from a sealed bottle handed to her. She waited, not drinking, back turned to the media, until an aide handed her a disposable cup full of some clear preparation that looked like water, but which some now speculate was “thickened water,” used by persons with clinical dysphagia.
It’s dangerous for a person with dysphagia to drink ordinary water, because it can easily be aspirated, causing pneumonia or, worse, death.
Others speculate that she didn’t open the bottled water, despite being sorely in need to keep from choking, because she was too weak to do it. On the other hand, perhaps she was afraid of cooties or, like Roman Emperor Claudius, simply afraid to drink anything not provided by a trusted aide.
Nothing suspicious here at all. None of the “journalists” on board seemed curious about why Clinton turned her back to them, refused the bottled water, waited for her special preparation, and then kept her back turned, so that they couldn’t see what she was drinking.
End of interview. She left the press “gaggle” and returned to the front of the plane. Later she returned, water bottle in hand (not cup), to remind the media that her doctor has reported that she has “seasonal allergies” and to ponder whether it’s sexist to question her health.
Of course, her doctor’s letter was written over a year ago. How’s her health today? Crickets.
Now there’s evidence that the van used to transport Clinton from place to place includes a wheelchair lift. Bad enough that it looks like a painted and a perhaps re-purposed ambulance.
Now comes word that seemingly an actual ambulance is part of her motorcade.
Will the media be curious? Why, of course not! In fact, they’re willingly glomming onto the memes, narratives, and talking points handed to them (as orders?) by the Clinton campaign.
We should all just “stop talking about” Hillary’s (lack of) health. Sure we should. I mean, after all, it’s not as if it’s important to elect a president who doesn’t have one foot in the ambulance door.
Will Hillary be able to answer that call at 3 a.m.? Never mind. Certainly Huma Abedin will be available and more than willing to step in, if her BFF becomes “confused” again. (In case you haven’t heard, Huma admitted in an email that Hillary is “often confused.” Do we need a president who’s often confused?)
At least 40 times during her FBI interview, Hillary claimed that she couldn’t remember key facts and briefings. In particular, she claims to have no memory of briefings that took place after the head injury, concussion, and cerebral thrombosis she suffered in 2012.
WND has spoken to ten prominent doctors who weighed in on the state of Clinton’s health, suggesting that it’s a topic that should and must be explored and which appears very concerning.
Dr. Gerard Gianoli presented an interesting scenario:
Imagine, if you would, that tomorrow Donald Trump suffers a concussion. Suppose he trips on a flight of stairs, falling down and hitting his head.
The head injury is so severe that he is unconscious for a time and has to be hospitalized for a week. After getting out of the hospital, the Trump campaign tells us that he has fully recovered and that there are no lingering effects of the head trauma. During the following weeks, he is seen in public to wear glasses with a Fresnel lens on one side. He also seems to have trouble maintaining his balance, loses his thoughts in the middle of speeches, and has episodes of spasmodic movements suggestive of seizures.
In this imaginary scenario, would it surprise anyone if the media became skeptical and pressed for release of Mr. Trump’s medical records? Would it surprise anyone if the Clinton campaign made an issue of Mr. Trump’s health status during speeches and in TV ads? Would the media cry ‘foul’ over the Clinton campaign doing so? I think the answers to these questions are self-evident. The media and the Clinton campaign would be all over this like white on rice, and no one would question the appropriateness of their actions.
One might add to the scenario: Imagine that Melania Trump admitted to the media that it took her husband six long months of therapy to recover from his concussion. But, as Dr. Gianoli said,
How do we know she recovered?
We don’t. If she hasn’t, they’re never going to tell us.
The fact that a mysterious “handler“, who may or may not be a medical professional and/or a Secret Service agent, seems to always be in attendance on Hillary, touching her and comforting her when she gets startled and loses her train of thought, indicates either that she’s not fully recovered or that she’s hiding some other condition(s). Hillary’s cardiologist did, after all, recommend that she travel with a medical doctor at all times.
Why does this mysterious man light her way with a flashlight, as if she can’t see well enough to find the door for herself?
Why did Hillary’s aide research drugs used to treat Parkinson’s Disease and Multiple Sclerosis, conditions which happen to share many of the symptoms Hillary seems to exhibit?
Let’s not forget the Fresnel glasses Hillary wore during her Benghazi testimony. Why did it take the “alt-right” to question this strange phenomenon? If Hillary is as transparent as she claims, then why didn’t she tell the public that she had to wear the special glasses for vision problems brought on by the concussion?
What exactly is the nature of her vision problem? Double vision or, more ominously, might it be hemianopsia, which could explain the special lenses, the need to be guided by a flashlight, and the need for others on stage to hold her hand or guide her to or from the podium? Oddly enough, it takes six months of therapy to train someone to deal with hemianopsia.
To the mainstream media, to question Hillary’s apparent lack of health is to engage in a “conspiracy theory” at best or sexism at worse, even though she still hasn’t explained the Fresnel prisms. We know she takes Coumadin for what’s speculated to be a blood clotting disorder. Hillary has suffered two admitted blood clots so far–one in a leg vein and the other in her brain. We also know that Hillary has a thyroid condition that requires treatment with an older pig hormone preparation.
She’s running for the presidency of the United States. It’s of interest to voters whether or not she’s fit to command. Will the media ask the questions they need to ask to find out the truth? Don’t hold your breath. They’re in the tank for Hillary and they hate Donald Trump.
- Hillary Clinton suffers from double vision or another vision problem that requires Fresnel lenses.
- She also has a thyroid condition, a blood clotting disorder, and possible neurological damage from a concussion and a cerebral thrombosis, for which she spent six months in therapy, according to her husband.
- She has trouble holding a train of thought.
- She engages in bizarre behavior when startled, which may indicate Jacksonian seizures.
- She has frequent coughing fits that last for minutes.
- She has a hoarse voice.
- She is, according to her top aide, “often confused.”
- She seems to require a pillow for support when sitting and uses a stool on stage, while someone else speaks, as if she cannot stand for long on her own.
- She hangs tightly to railings when ascending stairs, or needs help and support to go up them.
- She is frequently seen holding hands with aides, agents, her husband, or other politicians while walking to and from the podium.
- She leans on chairs, tables, and other objects as if she cannot keep her balance.
- She admitted to the FBI, under oath, that she cannot remember some or all of the briefings she received after her concussion.
- She claimed under oath, when interviewed by the FBI, to not remember facts 40 times.
- She is often angry.
- She takes weekends off and relies on surrogates to campaign for her.
- She frequently appears unkempt and more than tired, although she’d probably protest that she “don’t feel no ways tired.”
Well, I think she is in many ways tired.
A recently published book reveals that Hillary’s husband did not want her to run for the presidency because of the poor state of her health.
Nevertheless, the media remains committed to ignoring this topic. In addition, Google persists in hiding the topic from search results. Just type “Hillary Clinton health” or “Hillary Clinton illness” and see what does NOT turn up in the search suggestions.
We the People deserve to know whether the person who leads this nation is
fit to command or not.