Is The Media Conspiring To Hide Hillary Clinton's Illness?

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  1. Ken Anderson

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    Conspiracies are often real and not imagined. This isn't the first time that Parkinson's Disease has been suggested as a possible cause of what's going on with Hillary Clinton, and this video seems pretty credible to me.

    Apart from pointing to the possibility that the Democrat nominee for president has Parkinson's, the other part of it is that the media is actively covering it up, if true.

    I am making no claims here, but I do believe that there is something either medically or mentally very wrong with Hillary Clinton, and this provides possible answers.

     
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    The next video (by the same) guy also fits with this topic. This actually an earlier video, but I hadn't come across him before. My wife found it, the first one that I posted. The doctor has other videos on the same topic -- a series of them -- but I won't post them all here right away, largely because I am going to bed soon.

     
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    I can't view these on my phone but I'll be back to view them in the a.m. ;)
     
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    Wow ! Those are well put together videos ! I just watched both of them, and am definitely going to add him to my list of subscriptions on Youtube for when he comes out with more new videos.
    Some of the ones that come out might have good information, but they do not present it in a credible way, and this guys really does a great job at both the presentation development, and at looking credible when he does it.
     
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    I too have seizures, but I'm told that I do not show any signs of it except for a vague look in my eyes. I'm wondering if she is showing signs of mini strokes. Michael behaved in such a manner when he first showed signs in the beginnings of the strokes he had. Hmmm???
     
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    I am getting ready to watch now Yvonne, so glad to hear they are done well. You are so right about many of the videos being such poor quality that I am always concerned they are "edited" to try to make them look like something that just isn't true;)

    You could be very right, and if you've experienced such things you would are better equipped to say than someone that isn't like me. The only thing I see is that her "pesonality" seems to be neither up or down, just, almost robot'ish??
     
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    This was good, I've done some editing with Photoscape, and Paint, nothing fancy, but for my photos I shoot of nature etc. When you change a tiny flower, say, in a larger picture, it "always" effects the rest of the picture, absolute truth on the yellow arrows. I don't know much about Parkinsons except the shaking, or jerking tremors Michael Fox has shown us to let us see the actual effects without medication. I think it was a few years ago now, but he did an interview without any meds to specifically show people what parkinsons does, or at least that part of the disease.

    I know there is plenty to hide about Hillary, this medical stuff is frightening, and I think she is an accident waiting to happen. The pressure she must be under, so hungry for that power, and becoming ill is a horrible combination. I do pity her, but I can't condone her crimes, and I'll do anything I can to prevent such a woman in the Whitehouse. She is not any more suited to run this country than I am. Now there's a scarey thought, LOL!! Seriously, I see her motives are not in the best interest of "we the people", and if she cannot function in office (if she is elected) we are stuck with Kain, a fate worse than death from what I see of that clown.
     
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    Ok Ken, good video, lots to contemplate. I do see those "types" of hand-jestures as abnormal, or not typical. I think of things I see people do with their hands when nervous, or thinking, whatever. The pill-rolling one I've never seen, or didn't notice it if I did see it to be odd if I did see it. Again, I don't know what this doc knows:)

    My question is, where are we with seeing her medical records, or is that something that's being sealed so the public isn't going to know what her actual health is. I wouldn't even ask for Trumps because to me he is acting normal, like a normal, human, being with nothing that would make me think he is drugged for anything, etc. The sniffles thing I've decided on my own, is not a stuffed nose from sinus drainage, but possibly something like his "nose holes" are small and he has probably always had that. Does a deviated septum cause that? Big deal, he not sniffing snot (excuse me for that) to clear his nose. I know too much about my own allergies, post nasal drip, and having to blow my nose.

    I agree that both candidates need to release medical records either if there are strange symptoms showing that we can all see, and if it is a rule of law (whatever they call it) for a physical to be performed before they can run for President. Our military has to have them, and how many other folks must have that done, the list is long I'm sure. Besides that though, someone with a clean bill of health, there's no guarantee of them not dying from something, suddenly unexpected.

    I've subscribed to this doctor as well. He does a good job and I can tell he is honest about new to making video. That doesn't matter, I believe he is very educated in illnesses.
     
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    Pardon me for this segue but I remember our own president Marcos who was reported to be suffering from SLE (systemic lupus erytemathosus) which is a fatal disease of the blood, I think. Some years after Marcos had died, his doctor said that the former president was not afflicted with lupus. Maybe it is the same case with Hillary, that some in the media suspect her with Parkinson's disease but we can only guess. However, I am sure that Hillary fight will be against the wall if she would be proved to have a fatal disease. That's what happened to Miriam Santiago who was admittedly the best in the field of presidential candidates in last May's election but finished last in the race for the simple reason that people know she had lung cancer. Incidentally, Miriam died last week.
     
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    @Corie Henson
    Here again, I must commend you. "Segue". Having lived 74 years using the English language, I have never before heard of the word. Good for you, Corie!!
    Frank
     
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    My only comment would be both candidates in my view are too old for office. I think younger candidates would have been much better to take the vigours of office.
     
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    I never even thought about either one's age. I still don't take that into consideration. It's about their ability to do the job imo. I think that's true for all "jobs" in America. I live around many retired people, mostly 60 and older. There is a lot of variety. Experience, life experience is now very important to me. Book education means way less. Poor health, mental, physical, emotional doesn't have an age-preference. Same with good health. Here's a list of some very, competent older folks just to toss our here:

    http://www.ranker.com/list/accompli...m_expid=16418821-253.BAWaw7_5T3qAVTf7EdWDtA.2
     
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  13. Chrissy Cross

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    I'm 65 and I don't think I could run the country, not because of poor health just because I'm too lazy.

    PLEASE....don't write me in. :)
     
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    heaven forbid they would put someone like me in office, at any age I have been, LOL!!
     
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    But seriously, I think way more about competency than age. Some folks are way active, brain-wise too. A gal in her 90s here is absolutely brilliant, and another looks like an athlete, she's 94. She's always on the go. My 75 year old friend teaches school (part time) runs an art gallery, and looks like she's 65;)
     
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    Yes, it's true. I was actually surprised at how old most of our presidents were. Obama seems to have been an exception. Maybe JFK also.
     
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    I think if you were not in charge of a country age does not matter. If you look at other world leaders most are in their late forties, early fifties. Most in power age dramatically during their term.
     
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    Then like I think Chrissy said, Obama's age, and in many people's opinion, the worst president in the history of the US, just opinions again ok?? I think statistics show that people are taking better care of themselves, I'm not saying the majority, just "more" people are staying active, eating better, keeping up on brain-exercise by actually using their brains. I just can't agree with a "number" deciding whether or not a person would be capable of running this country.

    I think we are off topic, since it's more on conspiracy, but this is a very good topic. Donald Trump, for example, has stayed VERY active, obviously, in business, he is educated in politics, what is going on in the world, and I see no sort of "age" problem for him. I can see he could use more "gym" times, build the muscles, burn the fat;) but he is in the know. He's 69, 70 and I don't see him trying to retire, he is still out to accomplish things, and very competent in doing that the record shows.

    I can say the same for Hillary, I just don't agree with her methods, or what her ideas of "accomplishments" are. Although there are some valid reasons to say Hillary may have a health issue that could be degenerative, and just another reason she wouldn't get my vote.

    Brings to mind that the "left" hasn't tried to derail Trump by throwing his age in yet another "horrible" thing about him, because their candidate is the same age.
     
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    I don't really want a president who is going to "do" things. I would much prefer one who will "undo" things.
     
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    True Ken, and in order to get some "good" things done for America, there is a lot of "bugs" to get out of the system. Can't make positive changes until the house is clean, so to speak.
     
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    Thanks Martin,

    I wonder why they are trying to hide the fact she is sick. Who would they put in to run if she wasn't able, would Kain automatically run or someone else. This is truly a lie by omission to the American people to hide the fact there is something going on that she has to miss important meetings (and they expect her to run the country, I don't think so) and she is obviously drugged. I'm not expert, but unfortunately I do know because of friends, close friends, that take a lot of medication for serious illness. Cancer, Diabetes, Parkinsons, Altzheimers and mental health issues.
     
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    Age discrimination should not enter into this. Trump's stamina and physical energy, is unquestioned.
     
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    I agree Joe, I think of all the age discrimination in the world of "employment" and it's so unfair. I'm still very capable of holding a job and doing it well, but I had to file for my retirement/SS at 62 because no one would hire me. Could be because I'm a ding-bat, LOL, but I do think I was up against a lot of younger people that were either getting the jobs, or someones relative got it. There haven't been a lot of jobs though, we all know that. I have employers tell me for every job-posting (which mine were lower paying secretarial type) there were at least 100 applicants.

    Sorry to wander off on that but I also want to say that I see many people with jobs that don't speak good English, right here in our clinic for example. They don't have good people-skills or customer service skills either. But I can't get a one of those jobs. Maybe I didn't try hard enough, but Trump talks a lot about America first, and I am not for all this immigration even if the people are safe people. Americans, citizens NOW, need jobs, our Veterans DESERVE jobs first, before any immigrants, new citizens.

    I'd like to string up Obama, and I don't want his twin sister being elected so there will be more of the same crap.
     
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    images.jpeg If they claim she has no problems why did she use Fresnel lenses. Special prisms called Fresnel (pronounced "frennel") prisms can be attached to your glasses, and are an effective way of treating double vision.
    How about the blue glasses she wore on 911 Looking through a blue plastic sheet or wearing blue glasses or glasses with blue lenses may help relieve the symptoms of dyskinesia caused by Parkinson's Disease, a neurological disorder. Dyskinesia may also appear after long term use or high dosage of drugs used to treat psychosis such as schizophrenia.
    How about being dragged into a van losing hr shoe at the same time.
    Freezing at a rally where her doctor/security had to tell her to keep talking.
    The same doctor was caught with something in his hand that was a laser light to help her to walk.
    When startled by a loud noise she went to a head popping problem.
    Her secret service and people around her are not allowed cell phones the flash might set off a seizure and they might catcher her falling.
     
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