Hillary Is in Great Health, Pt II
By Mark Alley
(See Pt I here.)
Sunday was a bad day for Hillary Rodham Clinton — because even the American Media Maggots are starting to see the light regarding her health or lack thereof.
Note the photo above. First, the Washington Post thought you, me, were ridiculous for even mentioning a thing about Hillary’s health. Vast Right Wing Basket of Deplorable Conspiracists!
They have since changed their tune.
Let’s look and see why. First, a video:
That provided a good overview of the situation on Sunday in New York City, at the 9/11 Memorial which Hillary Clinton attended. The temperature was 80-degrees and the humidity was 13%.
As you can see from the video, while awaiting the black van, Hillary is leaning on a vertical concrete stanchion. You can see she clearly needs the support.
She begins to walk towards the van and must negotiate a few steps. She is assisted the entire way but soon falls vertically towards the street in what appears to be a total collapse. She lost one shoe. Her doctor stated that she was “overheated.”
Hillary was apparently diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday, which some say is responsible for her cough. Her doctors indicated that, instead, her coughing is due to allergies and increased her allergy medication. Even more distressing, one medical doctor (source here) indicates:
Hillary Clinton might actually have 1 year to live based on medical records that were leaked indicating she has a disease called Subcortical Vascular Dementia. While many videos have been made about her health, all of them have missed the severity of her illness.
She could die very soon, since Vascular Dementia is progressive and has a 3-5 year life expectancy. Clinton actually has a severe form of the disease that impacts the subcortex region of the brain, which includes the brainstem. This might explain why Clinton is dry-coughing so much. The brainstem controls primitive functions of the body like breathing, heart rate, and blood pressure. When there is ischemia to this region, B/P, HR, and breathing won’t function correctly. Hillary’s cough is so noticeable because she can’t seem to get over it. Most people only need a couple of coughs and they are able to overcome what is in their throat. But not Hillary.
Hillary has tried to explain that she has an “allergic cough.” This is completely false and a lie. Based on her medical records, it is related to her Vascular Dementia, which she is dying of. She could rapidly decline if circulation is weak to the brainstem. I am very concerned about Hillary, and if her VaD diagnosis is true, she would likely face increasing difficulties over the next few months.
Hillary’s health record also states that she has “complex partial seizures.” I have witnessed many people who have had seizures, and I believe Hillary is definitely showing signs of seizing activity. With complex partial seizures, one can show signs such as head nodding or lip smacking. Hillary, has had several instances where she appears to have had a seizure, the most well-known is when she was in front of a group of reporters. External, noxious stimuli can trigger seizing in certain individuals. Hillary had a seizure in front of the reporters.
I find those last three sentences of particular interest because of the blue glasses that Hillary wore on Sunday to the 9/11 ceremony in New York. She was not attempting to channel Ozzy Osbourne. Instead, Mike Cernovich intimated Clinton was wearing those glasses to ward off epileptic episodes and wrote about that here. She has worn blue sunglasses on prior occasions as well, illustrated below in a photo.
Smelling potential bull, I did what all other reporters should have done. I checked the internet. Blue tint for epilepsy? It sounded bogus to me. Until I went to epilepsy.com and found this information:
Finding Zeiss Z1 blue lenses to treat photosensitive epilepsy
I found a study which shows that Carl Zeiss brand z1 blue lenses are highly effective in treating photosensitive epilepsy. The study is at: http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/doi/full/10.1111/j.1528-1167.2006.00463.x?prevSearch=allfield%3A%28z1%29
Hillary leaves the 9/11 ceremony. Why is she the only one wearing sunglasses? Is Dr Lisa Bardack, on Clinton’s left, covertly taking her pulse?
At 9/11 ceremony, conducting neurological test on Hillary: finger squeeze for motor reaction skills. This is Dr Lisa Bardack and that is a medical bag.
I continued reading what the unnamed doctor (who evidently doesn’t care to be found dead in a park) wrote.
Not unsurprisingly, they are trying to control her seizures using a Diazepam autoinjector. Autoinjectors are used with urgent drugs such as Diazepam and Epinephrine in order to stop an life-threatening event from happening. If Hillary has seizures, they could cause an oxygen deficiency in the brain, resulting in damage and further progression of her VaD. An autoinjector is needed to control the seizure.
Many doctors are not speaking out about Hillary’s health, but trust me, they are thinking about it and talking amongst themselves. If you specialize in neurosurgery, neurology, or neurovascular specialities as a doctor, no doubt it is quite obvious that Hillary has a big problem. She can barely walk up stairs and can’t stand very long, has to hold on to side rails, etc.
This makes sense, because she has VaD of the subcortex which involves the cerebellum (involved in controlling gross motor movements). Hillary, for the most part, can still deliver scripted speeches on green screens, so she still has some function. However, VaD will result in a rapid decline in function of the patient. VaD has a average life expectancy of 3-5 years (about 4 years according to the NHS). Hillary is entering into her final year of life since she was diagnosed with VaD in 2013.
Startling information indeed. But not simply because of the potential dire consequences to Mrs Clinton herself.
I wrote about Clinton’s health issues here, Hillary Clinton had a fall in February of this year. She has had several falls. She suffered a concussion to the point where her eyesight was affected for a number of months in 2013 via, likely, a damaged cranial nerve. She had a blood clot on the outside of the brain. In 1998 she had an episode of deep vein thrombosis, a blood clot, potentially the result of traveling. 50% of patients who suffer a concussion have post-concussion syndrome, falling prey to further falls and spatial/cognitive disorders. This can translate to vertigo issues. She has had multiple falls, in 2011 and 2012. It took her quite some time to recover from the concussion. That may lead, say doctors, to chronic fatigue syndrome or chronic vertigo.
Post concussion issues may include balance, dizziness, assembling cogent thoughts. Coumadin and her hypothyroid issues equal prolonged periods of treatment via Thyroxine and a varied amount of side effects.
I’m sure you recall this photo, and then the statement below.
This is the man who accompanies Hillary 24/7. Please note his specialty.
Shameful, yes, those of us who believe that health is a serious issue with Hillary Rodham Clinton. I wonder what the AMM lapdogs would be saying if the same conditions and circumstances were true of Donald Trump? Certainly, he would receive the same “pass” from the media, who would be doing their best to emphasize that Trump’s health isn’t really of concern at all. Right?
The concern regarding Clinton’s health isn’t just about providing flakbait for the Vast Right Wing Basket of Deplorable Conspiracists (the VRWBoDC). It is about Americans having full confidence in their potential president’s ability to conduct work during times of crisis and to be of sound mind and spirit.
But wait; I have a final question for Hillary Butt-Coverers. If Hillary blamed her email memory issue on a neurological condition — “I can’t recall” 39 times to the FBI — then doesn’t that make the health of Hillary Clinton quite a legitimate issue, having opened that door herself?
First published at Bloviating Zeppelin
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