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Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Hillary struggles physically

Sick Hillary Clinton struggles to get out of a van, nearly falls again
Hillary Clinton is sick. She coughs. She slurs her speech. She forgets things. She cannot walk steps without aid. If not for her 40-year record of doing evil, I might feel sorry for her.



From Mike Cernovich:
Sick Hillary Clinton’s poor health is a concern among a majority of Americans, with 60% of Americans asking to see detailed health records from both candidates. Sick Hillary’s health has also been a matter of concern for tech people, with one columnist for Carlos Slim’s blog (NYT) suggesting that Google alter its algorithms to remove the video interview of Paul Joseph Watson and me.
Ouch.

Surely media members know of her struggles to walk, and yet they report nothing on it. The video came from the London Daily Mail. This is a conspiracy of silence as big as the one that shrouded the severity of FDR's ailments, which led to the Soviets getting half of Europe as their prize for helping to win World War II. Oh and he died at 63. She will be 69 by Election Day.

Democrats need to start thinking about replacing her on the ticket. A Kaine/Warren ticket, perhaps?

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24 comments:

  1. The Vid clip doesn't show that the caption is correct--it's too short. Our media, however, has demonstrated over and over how to overlook and disregard and cover up any Dem's problems and failures.

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  2. The democrats insisted on Hillary and now they're stuck with her. As for her health, it isn't failing quickly enough. From her karma I'd have to say that she must have been even more evil in her previous life. If that is possible. - Elric

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    1. Drunk, sick?...her soul is dead.

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  4. I am a woman, I am 79. I struggle when getting out of a van. I am very short, they are very high. I get stiff and find it hard to walk after riding a while. I get embarrassed to look like an old woman getting out a van and walking like an elderly person. After some steps, it varies how many, I can walk upright like a human again. I am not planning to die anytime soon. I DO, however, have the sense to not run for president, and I would not have done so at her age. Women do age faster than men, even though we usually live longer.

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    1. I agree with you in this case. The vehicle she is chauffeured around in is probably a special, maybe even armored, Secret Service SUV on loan to her campaign. It stands high off the ground like a truck, and normally the SS guys put a short white stool on the ground for her to step on to help her climb into the vehicle. Remember, she's short, even for a woman, and when she gives a talk, she has to stand on a stool that's behind the lectern so she can see and be seen, and also so she can reach the microphone. Getting out of that vehicle is probably even harder than getting in. I would doubt the SS would put the small stool down for her to use as she exits the SUV: there's too much chance she might miss it while exiting a dark vehicle and stepping out into bright sunlight, or else she could tip the stool over, sprain her ankle, or even fall. That would not look good on the nightly news.

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  5. Reagan was 69 and everyone demanded to see his medical records and complained he was "too old" for the job....

    Oh wait. Reagan was a Republican. Never mind.

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  6. Remember the movie "Dave"? A President is dying and is replaced by his doppelgänger. The doppelgänger eventually ends the charade by collapsing during a live press conference. When Clinton collapses on the debate stage, she will be replaced by Michelle Obama. The press will cover it up.

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  7. Look how she's dressed, as well - bundled up when other women have short sleeves or no sleeves.

    She is very sick, I think.

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    1. Gotta cover up the diapers and leg bag.

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  8. I'm not a radiologist, neurologist or hematologist, but I'm going to throw out a little speculation on her health. I think that in all likelihood she never had a concussion at all. She probably passed out and fell, was taken to the ER, and a noncontrast CT of her head was done which showed some swelling which could be consistent with a concussion and this would fit the clinical situation. She is then hospitalized for observation and a repeat scan shows no improvement, drawing doubt upon the original working diagnosis. An MRI with and without contrast is then done and the cerebral venous sinus clot is at last detected. In situations like this doctors don't make a habit of going to the patient and the family to explain that the original diagnosis could have been incorrect, but simply stack up the diagnoses under the assumption that one could have been the cause of the other. One reason why I doubt the concussion is that there has been no talk of any skull fracture and it would be reasonable to expect rather severe trauma if a clot is going to result. Keep in mind that they said she'd had the flu or something and was dehydrated and that's why she fell. Being severely dehydrated could help spontaneous clot formation without any concussion and result in a fainting spell in which one could fall. Usually when people go to ground from dehydration they don't go all the way out or are at least able to break their fall a bit. They don't usually go head first. So why am I saying all this? She's on coumarin, and she is a fall risk to boot. If you look up the recommendations for a cerebral venous thrombosis event, use of antithromboics is not usually recommended more than three to six months after the event unless there is some other underlying reason. Of note also is that her mother had to take coumadin for most of her older life. Hillary probably has an hereditary tendency to form clots, such as Leiden factor V deficiency. She also has probably not been tested for it because testing isn't required for treatment and she doesn't want a definitive diagnosis making its way into the public sphere. Some of this may be garbled because my granddaughter was on my lap part of the time, but these are my suspicions.

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    1. To reiterate, the concussion is a convenient fiction for not the physicians and for the Clintons. If they really thought that a concussion caused the sinus VTE and we already know she is a fall risk, then they should be getting her off of the coumadin as soon as possible. If they believe, as I think they do, that she had a spontaneous sinus VTE helped along by a little dehydration, she is still not a candidate for chronic anticoagulant therapy, unless there is a strong likelihood of another underlying process such as a genetic tendency to form clots. The latter is the most likely case.
      And she is protected against being asked if that is the case because she hasn't been tested for it at all. She believes that she can stonewall the issue all the way into the Oval Office.

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    2. My wife, nurse with almost 50 years' experience, thinks it's a tumor.

      YMMV

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    3. When they did a CT scan and then an MRI of her brain, they found nothing. Which has always been my diagnosis, and I'm not even a doctor. I've been saying all along that she is brainless.

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    4. @TPD: What do you think of the medicine she's taking for her hypothyroid condition. Most people take a synthetic like levothyroxine (which is what I take for my hypothyroidism), but her doctor has prescribed a thyroid hormone extracted from pigs. As I understand it, that's fairly unusual and it makes me very curious why she's not taking one of the common synthetics.

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  9. I have Factor 5 Liden and take Coumadin. It was diagnosed about 8 years ago. I am now Hillary's age. The diagnosis followed a deep vein thrombosis in my thigh which produced 5 pulmonary emboli. I seem to recall Hillary eating lots of green vegies. That goes against the diet for someone with Factor 5 Liden. Green vegies are high in Potassium which increases the likelihood of clots. I hope she pigs out at every salads bar she passes. That would solve the country's pending peril.

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  10. She looks like a doddering old lady. She and I are the same age. I'm partially paralyzed, have had at least two concussions and a subdural hematoma (brain bleed) and even in a wheelchair I look in better shape than she does. She is not physically fit to be president but women will vote for her because she has a vagina.

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    1. "because she has a vagina"

      To my knowledge, that claim has never been verified. I'd like to see if her medical report confirms it. Personally, I think there's less chance she's got a VJ than she's an alien from the planet Proxima b. I want to get another look at her tongue. If there's a big dark spot on it, you KNOW she's not one of us.

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  11. http://www.revespcardiol.org/en/the-genetic-component-of-disorders/articulo/13146059/

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    1. http://www.clevelandclinicmeded.com/medicalpubs/diseasemanagement/hematology-oncology/hypercoagulable-states/#f0025

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  12. biden is waiting in the wings. Of course I've predicted that. He had been quiet to avoid saying something stupid but he couldn't help himself. Like hillary when he talks his numbers go down.

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  13. We have had a communist pu$$y for Prez for 8 years now. How would Hildabeast be any different?

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