Odd head bob, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyDE4i-R1Jc
Another odd head bob https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFSDf81RMnM
Another event where she seems to have been set off by bright lights and had to be reassured by a secret service agent.
A very odd mouth position and head bob at the Democratic national convention.
All of these are analyzed by Dr. Noel among others as typical symptoms of Parkinsons.
She also has had numerous sustained coughing fits for years, which is said to also be a symptom of Parkinsons.
The above are all evidence that she has a neurological problem, as analyzed at other statements perhaps either Parkinsons (http://truthsift.com/node_info?nid=6007&superNode=No&subNode=No&isFlagged=No&probability=1&likelihoodEstimateT=0.5&like) or Lewey Body Dementia (http://truthsift.com/node_info?nid=6006&superNode=No&subNode=No&isFlagged=No&probability=1&likelihoodEstimateT=0.5&likelihoodEstimateF=0.5&likelihoodEstimate=0.5&rating=TE ) or just the effects of blood clots, and the fact that having occured before they are likely again, as discussed in the Lewey Body link as well.
The campaign would almost surely be saying something similar whether or not she has a serious health issue, so their denial is valueless as evidence. They admittedly didn't reveal her "pneumonia", or her earlier surgery in 2016, which was finally revealed in the Doctors letter. There is extensive evidence they've lied about a variety of matters. There is an extensive history of Presidential candidates covering up health issues.
Since there is a a lot of evidence she has a serious problem as presented above, and the only evidence on the other side appears to be the campaign's denial, the preponderance of evidence is clearly that she has a serious problem.
The doctor owes her allegiance to the patient, and has no obligation to release any information to any third party. In fact, there is a law, called HIPAA, which forbids release of any information without the expressed permission of the patient. Hiding something at the patient’s request is not only permitted; it is considered ethical, at least from the doctors’ perspective.
Let me go over some basic things. When you have a blood clot in the brain, the biggest danger is that blood flow to that section of the brain is cut off and brain tissue dies; that is a stroke. If there is a blood clot causing symptoms and the clot gets dissolved or breaks away such that blood flow is not permanently interrupted, that is called a transient ischemic (without oxygen) attack or TIA or mini stroke.
However, there are also very small strokes that destroy brain tissue at the microscopic level. Those are called lacunar infarctions and they often result in a type of dementia called vascular dementia. Not to get too technical, but vascular dementia also is overlapped by a process called Lewy Body dementia which is basically a mixture of Alzheimer’s dementia and Parkinson’s.
I think people pointing to Parkinson’s don’t get what Lewy body and vascular dementia are: forms of dementia with Parkinsonian features that wax and wane depending on blood flow. If there is diminished blood flow to the dopamine producing parts of the brain: Parkinson symptoms can occur but vanish once blood flow is restored. Hilary wouldn’t have gotten through the election campaign with full blown Parkinson’s, but she could have gotten by with hiding early vascular/Lewy body dementia IMO, and that is what I suspect is going on with her.
The thing I have told people is once you have blood clots gumming up your brain, things don’t get better. This is a progressive problem and as someone who has extensively studied coagulation, the notion put out by HRC’s staff that you put someone on blood thinners, the clot dissolves because of the blood thinner, and a person has a full recovery is complete baloney. A disruption in blood flow to the brain is going to be followed by continued disruptions in blood flow, and I know of no treatment to stop it in a case like HRC’s that involves smaller blood vessels.
Note, they published this back on August 15, before all the recent episodes, so its been substantially verified. Even if they wanted to make up a story, they would have had a very hard time making up such a good one.
The Secret Service source reached out to Infowars reporter Joe Biggs during the recent Republican National Convention in Cleveland and confirmed the following information;
– Hillary has a very serious neurological degeneration which could be Parkinson’s disease;
– Around half a million dollars has been spent to specially adapt three SUVs in which Hillary travels to provide lowered floors and disabled access to prevent Hillary from tripping.
– Hillary’s staff is so intent on keeping reporters away from Clinton because she is at risk of petit mal seizures that can be triggered by camera flashes;
– Hillary has major problems with balance, difficulties with walking and keeps falling down;
– Hillary’s campaign will be forced into making a big announcement soon regarding her medical condition;
– The source told us that this information was relayed to the press by others, but they were too afraid to run it, so Infowars was reached out to directly by the Secret Service in Cleveland three weeks ago because they trusted us to run this news unfiltered.
The revelations correlate with other information provided by federal agents and police officers who have worked security at Hillary events.
Their word is worth nothing. First, assuming she had pneumonia that was diagnosed Friday as they said, they already covered up that, so they have a history of lying on the issue. They have an extensive history of lying on other issues, such as the candidates emails.
The latest Doctor's letter on pneumonia was very carefully worded to say no new conditions this year, but this neurological condition, if it exists, would have been known about for years.
The last four Presidents have done the exact opposite of whatever they promised most specifically, and done it at the earliest plausible moment, so Presidential candidate credibility in general is low.
There is specifically an extensive history of Presidential candidates covering up health issues, including for example JFK, FDR, and others.
Snopes gives a number of arguments against this. Some are ad hominem, so not really admissable here, but also they go through a point by point rebuttal of several of his examples, and demonstrate that he is somewhat subject to confirmation bias.