While many understand that Hillary Clinton's health issues are a serious and legitimate concern after she was caught on camera passing out and having to be carried into her vehicle from the 9/11 memorial, a couple very disturbing incidents have happened since then, bringing up questions as to whether has some type of disqualifying neurological problem, among other issues that seems to be causing some very strange behavior on the part of Clinton.
Lest anyone claim it is only Alternative Media and the so-called "alt-right" that is asking questions about Hillary Clinton's mental and physical health, we see that an ABC News reporter addresses the issue with Clinton, specifically asking her if she was willing to take "some neurocognitive tests."
After attempting to deflect the questions talking about her "pneumonia," which was the "official" reason given by her capaign for passing out at the 9/11 memorial, the reporters followed up by forcing a yes or no answer out of Clinton. Of course her answer was no.
"Some doctors have said because of your age as well as your opponentís age, that you could be at higher risk for dementia or even Alzheimerís, and have suggested that you take some neurocognitive tests," asked Tampaís ABC Action News reporter Sarina Fazan.
Clinton laughed at that suggestion. "I am very sorry I got pneumonia. I am very glad that antibiotics took care of it and thatís behind us now. I have met the standard that everybody running for president has met in terms of releasing information about my health," she said.
"Would you be willing to take those tests, though?" Fazan asked.
"There is no need for that," Clinton responded. "The information is very clear and the information, as I said, meets the standards that every other person running for president has ever had to meet. I am happy that we have met and even exceeded them in certain ways."
Having previously written about this, I once again suggest that she undergo an independent neurologic exam and have proper studies to determine whether or not she still has a blood clot at the base of her brain, swelling of the brain, increased intracranial pressure and whether or not her 2012 traumatic brain injury was accompanied by a skull fracture with or without bleeding around or in the brain itself and if there are any residual areas of scarring of the brain.
Critics will rightly point out that I have not examined Clinton. They will point out that I am not ophthalmologist or a neurologist. But I am a physician and the concepts discussed above are taught to every medical student early in their education. Her traumatic brain injury, transverse sinus thrombosis, subsequent symptoms, falling, passing out and now the obvious problem with eye movement are all fact, not speculation.
It would be very helpful if Clinton agreed to an independent exam and to have the questions raised here answered. It is too important not to get this right.
Then we come to the headlined incident where Hillary Clinton melts down on camera, literally yelling into it as she conferences with Las Vegas union workers, which by the end when she speaks about her father being a small business owner, she cannot even speak coherently.
The Next News Network in the second video below, speculates she may not have been able to read her teleprompter at the end and Alex Jones in the last video suggests Clinton may have had a psychotic break, given her health issues expanding from the realm of those "deranged conspiracy theorists" of the "alt-right," and going mainstream, or perhaps the stress of the upcoming debate or just her sagging poll numbers.
Whatever the reason, we appear to be witnessing the complete melt down of Hillary Clinton.
The first video is the short nearly minute long portion where she screeches "Why arenít I 50 points ahead?" Ater watching this ask yourself if this woman should be in charge of a nuclear arsenal?
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