Differential Diagnosis of Hillary’s Neurological Disorder

Differential Diagnosis of Hillary Clinton’s Neurological Disorder

Note: This document was created with the assistance of a neuropsychiatrist who must remain anonymous for protection of his person and career. He specializes in movement disorders and dementia.

What is a Differential Diagnosis?

A differential diagnosis is a list of all possible medical causes for a given disorder that are to be ruled in or out. Doctors are trained to consider each patient utilizing this process so we do not miss any likely possibilities. Diagnoses are typically arranged in order of probability, so that the most likely ones are considered first.

As one considers the evidence, it should become clear that the process is not always easy. It must be done carefully, and when done at a distance, as this one is, it is difficult to rule out some possibilities. A direct patient examination would be very helpful.

First Step: Establishing that a neurological disorder exists

Hard Public Evidence

Eyes losing convergence

  • July 23
  • September 19 & 21
  • September 26 (First Debate)
  • October 9 (Second Debate)
  • October 9 (airplane)
  • October 10 (Detroit rally)
  • Multiple other episodes

Freeze episodes

  • Early spring, dragged up steps
  • August 4, Las Vegas Rally, stopped speech
  • September 11, 9/11 Memorial, wooden rigidity


  • July 21, Head bobbing incident
  • July 28, Democratic National Convention

Softer Evidence (multiple examples)

  • Hand postures similar to “striatal hand”
  • Pill-rolling tremors
  • Head-nodding tremors
  • Frequent persistent coughing in the absence of infection


Inescapable Conclusion:

  • Hillary Clinton has a Progressive Neurodegenerative Illness. Nothing else can account for the observed signs and increasing frequency of them.
  • Since many of the signs cannot arise anywhere else but in the brain, our most likely choices are all Major Movement Disorders.


Second Step: The Differential Diagnoses: (observed HRC signs in italics)

Parkinson’s Disease (PD)

Major Motor Signs (which may all be reduced in early phases by good medical therapy)

  1. Slow movement – seen variably
  2. Rigidity – seen with freezes
  3. Resting tremor ­– “pill-rolling” and “head nodding”
  4. Postural instability – variable need for extra help to move without falling – both hands on rails, others supporting her

Non-motor symptoms

  1. Cognitive impairment – uncertain since she is hidden much of the time and in debates uses memorized talking points
  2. Mood disorders – The “What Difference Does It Make Anyway?” episode looks like a PD rage. Otherwise it is very difficult to separate from her well-documented sudden rages.
  3. Problems Sleeping – no data
  4. Low blood pressure when standing – Her documented “fainting” episodes could be this or they could be freezes.
  5. Constipation – no data
  6. Speech problems – inability to modulate vocal volume normally
  7. Swallowing disorder – fits with recurrent coughing and possible aspiration pneumonia.

Related signs

  1. Loss of vergence – well documented and increasing in frequency – consistent with a form of PD – Levodopa Induced Dyskinesia
  2. Gross PD-LID
    • Balloon drop oculogyric crisis
    • Bobble-head episode

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP)    

A Parkinson’s disease-like syndrome, involves falls, progressive dementia, eye movement problems, swallowing difficulties, personality changes, and mood disorders.

This illness would explain the falls, swallowing issues and coughing fits, dystonias (abnormal movement), Parkinsonism symptoms, cataplexy (9/11 rigid posture leading to being tossed in van), eye movements such as square-wave jerks(?) (which mimic one eye simply turning away or towards the other). Vertical movement difficulties are more common than lateral.

Consider the rapid “bobble-head” video, (termed a seizure in media). PSP patients are treated with levodopa, much like Parkinson’s patient, and this rapid bobble-head symptom is classic for a levodopa induced dyskinesia, a known side effects with this treatment.

All of these symptoms would be expected to be made worse by post-concussive syndrome or stroke(s). Against a PSP diagnosis is its relative rarity. It also tends to progress much more quickly than PD.

Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

Multiple Sclerosis is an illness in which the sheaths around neurons (brain cells) deteriorate. Patients have classic “plaques” on MRI scans. MS has all possible neurological symptoms. They are highly variable from patient to patient, and highly variable within the same patient over time, and from moment to moment.

MS would explain cataplexy (collapses), dystonias, cognitive freezes (brain freezing up without speech), eye movement abnormalities (which may be paralytic strabismus, a common MS problem). Certainly these symptoms would be further exacerbated/convoluted by post-concussive syndrome, +/- stroke(s).

MS may be a likely diagnosis because it is the most amenable to aggressive intervention. Such as use of Provigil or other stimulants to give energy, use of Copaxone injections to lessen symptoms, and so on. The patient could be thrown in a van like a sack of garbage and in 2 hours emerge after aggressive treatment and look almost normal.

Against a diagnosis of MS is the consistency of which neurological symptoms Hillary Clinton displays.


Other Diseases (Notably less likely)

  • Multiple System Atrophy (Shy-Drager Syndrome)
  • Corticobasal Degeneration
  • Dementia with Lewy Bodies
  • Pick’s Disease
  • Olivopontocerebellar Atrophy
  • Creutzfeld-Jakob Disease



PD and PSP both commonly progress to dementia characterized by difficulty thinking. Depression is common. MS is less predictable since its manifestations frequently change. If Hillary Clinton has any of these, her ability to simply do the job of President is very much in question. And if she is able now, she most likely will not continue to be able for long.



  1. It is clear from video evidence that Hillary Clinton individual suffers from a PROGRESSIVE NEURODEGENERATIVE ILLNESS.
  2. This illness is being hidden from the public.
  3. This individual is receiving around-the-clock management and amelioration of symptoms, and thus maximum medical attention and benefit.
  4. To allow this individual to pursue elected office with knowledge of this illness is a breach of the Hippocratic Oath.
  5. To hide this illness endangers the patient and millions worldwide.

Related Articles


  1. The following article was posted at Real Clear Politics; Drudge is running a link to this article as its Main Headline on Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016, at 9:50 am, EST.

    Donald Trump Challenges Hillary Clinton To Take A Drug Test Before Third Debate: “She’s Getting Pumped Up”

    Posted By Tim Hains

    On Date October 15, 2016

    At a campaign rally in Portsmouth, NH on Saturday afternoon, Donald Trump challenged Hillary Clinton to take a drug test prior to competing in the third presidential debate. Trump promised he was clean, saying: “I’m willing to do it.”

    He mocked Hillary Clinton’s memory, saying she told the FBI “I don’t remember” 39 times when questioned about her private email server. “Maybe that’s why she has to do debate prep,” Trump quipped. “Cause she’s got a bad memory.”

    “A lot of things are going on folks,” he continued. “I think she’s actually getting pumped up if you want to know the truth.”

    “She’s getting pumped up. You understand?”

    Several prominent Democrats, including former Vermont Governor Howard Dean, suggested that Donald Trump looked like he was on cocaine at the second debate.

    “She’s getting pumped up for [the debate] Wednesday night… You know maybe, we’re like athletes. I beat 17 governors and senators, I beat all these people, we’re like athletes. Hillary beat Bernie, although it looks like Bernie got a little bit of a bad deal if you look at the WikiLeaks. But we’re like athletes,” he said.

    “So athletes, they make them take a drug test. I think we should take a drug test prior to the debate,” he said, drawing cheers from the crowd.

    “Why don’t we do that? We should take a drug test,” he said. “Because I don’t know what’s going on with her.”

    “Because at the beginning of the last debate, she was all pumped up at the beginning, and at the end she was like, ‘Oh, take me down.’ She could barely get back to her car.”

    “So I think we should take a drug test,” he repeated. “I’m willing to do it.”

  2. If you go to the videos of the last real news conference she had in 2015 . The one where she is wearing orange and makes the ” what wipe it with a cloth” comment about her private server.
    There are several angles of this conference that show the hand tremors, also the front facing one shows eye movements, she keeps blinking to correct it, the madder she gets the worse the eye movements.
    I also noticed she stands leaning on the left and resting her left leg which appears to have a tremor in the thigh. She has some form of parkinsonism for sure. I am not convinced about the MS, you would need more information for all of these. The doctor treating her is guilty of malfeasance. This is a women who could have her tremulous hand on the nuclear button.

  3. In a medical paper entitled “Behind the screen: pseudobulbar symptoms after deep brain stimulation.”

    The authors observe that “Nowadays, deep brain stimulation has become an established technique to treat -different movement disorders.”

    but can result in “pathological laughing and crying, dysarthria and dysphagia”

    and report “on the occurrence that magnetic fields in the household have an impact on deep brain stimulation, even if they are in stand-by mode.”

    Acta Neurochir Suppl. 2013;117:43-6. doi: 10.1007/978-3-7091-1482-7_7.

    1. So….one could potentially make the case that years of constant cell-phone usage and exposure to additional RF from cell towers and vehicular and aircraft radios could very likely be adversely affecting the effects of a serious concussion and, certainly, an progressive neurodegenerative disease of ANY kind.

  4. Excellent synopsis from the “ghost writer” neurologist. Two questions for him:
    1. Do you favor PD or MS as most likely condition of HRC?
    2. Janet Reno served as AG and disclosed her PD without impacting her career or professional life — even until today. In your estimation, how does HRC’s condition make her less able to function, when Reno was deemed unaffected despite her illness?

    As a more “psychodynamic” query: Why do you think HRC is so secretive about her health status vis à vis the transparency of someone like Janet Reno?

    I welcome any/ all impressions or ideas. Thank you.

    1. Aloha Mujer Latina (it is two words).

      I doubt the consulting neuropsychiatrist is going to address your concerns directly for the reasons previously stated; but if I could address the ‘most likely’ question, several possible diagnoses are equally compatible with the observable symptoms of one, or multiple/concuuent, progressive neurodegenerative illnesses. Determining a prime causality requires specific tests, to which we are not allowed access. ‘Favoring’ one over another in the absence of specific test data is not feasible.

      However, an analogy might be that if smoke and flames were observed emanating from the roof of a nuclear submarine, one might not be able to determine whether the reactor or the missile bay, but there would not be a debate before the immediately required mitigation protocols were initiated. Unfortunately, that is exactly NOT what is happening in this case – and it may not be resolved until HRC is REQUIRED, to be examined by the US government medical experts – as Presidential candidates and officeholders are.

      As regards Janet Reno, she was forthcoming with her medical issues because revealing them would not instantly render her incapable of assuming the duties of the office of the President. HRC has the option of releasing her records and taking the test a reasonable and prudent person would expect a Presidential candidate to pass.

      The whole truth is simply what an applicant for the highest office in the world owes the citizens of that world.

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