Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s health has become a serious concern for those who have been paying attention. Over the past several years, a number of incidents have called into question just how capable she would be as commander in chief.
If the former secretary of state is in excellent health as Team Clinton has claimed, then it should be no problem releasing her medical records. However, Clinton has refused to make those records available.
A board-certified anesthesiologist with 36 years of experience has studied Clinton’s behavior, gestures, mannerisms and episodes, and has concluded the reason why Clinton won’t release her records is because she has something to hide — and that something is Parkinson’s Disease, according to the Danger and Play website.
A document that detailed events in Clinton’s health history explained why the author believed Clinton was in the advanced stages of the disease.
The history began when the former first lady took a fall in 2012 and suffered a concussion. She was diagnosed with transverse sinus thrombosis, and she reportedly recovered from her post-concussion syndrome after about six months.
The nominee’s right-hand-woman, Huma Abedin, claimed in 2013 that Clinton was often confused.
More recent events have heightened concerns over Clinton’s health. In February this year, she was seen being helped up a flight of stairs.
Clinton exhibited several other strange mannerisms that the author claimed to be classic symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease. These mannerisms include a strange head bobbing episode, when several reporters approached and asked Clinton questions at the same time.
This incident, which was something Clinton — or any career politician, for that matter — should be used to, was apparently too stressful, and it caused an abnormal, involuntary movement, which was said to be common in patients suffering from Parkinson’s Disease.
Watch the moment below:
The author referenced other moments where Clinton was “frozen wide-mouth and wide-eyed,” another symptom of the disease.
Let’s not forget the former senator’s coughing episodes. Swallowing disorders, which lead to coughing spells, are common in those who have been diagnosed with the disease. The frequency of her coughing spells also pointed to a diagnosis of advanced Parkinson’s Disease.
Watch just one of those episodes below:
Clinton has even admitted to “short-circuiting” recently, which was more than curious.
There is no known cure for Parkinson’s Disease, a chronic disease with a downhill prognosis. Eventually, it can lead to dementia.
We don’t wish illness on anyone, of course — not even on someone we believe would ruin the country were she put in charge of it. But American voters need to know the truth about Hillary Clinton’s medical condition before going to polls in November.
We’ve already had over seven years of a president who runs the country as if he lived in another world. A president with actual, diagnosed dementia might be even worse.
(via: Conservative Tribune)