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Discussion about Hillary’s Eyes with Gary Franchi of Next News Network

At least two recent videos show problems with Hillary’s ability to control her eye movement. This is consistent with both Parkinson’s Disease and post-concussion syndrome.

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29 comments

  1. Jay Michaels offers a 3,000 word critique of Dr. Lisa Bardack’s professional relationship with Hillary Clinton.

    http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2016/09/dr_lisa_bardacks_faustian_bargain.html
    September 24, 2016

    Dr. Lisa Bardack’s Faustian Bargain
    By Jay Michaels

    [Here is the lead paragraph:]

    When Dr. Lisa Bardack[*] was asked to become Hillary Clinton’s personal physician in 2001, it had to have been a crowning moment in the career of the Mt. Kisco internist. Dr. Bardack could have anticipated little downside. She already had the responsibility — and legal obligation under HIPAA — to protect the privacy of her patient. She and her staff would have to be especially scrupulous in the case of a senator with presidential ambitions, but this should not have posed a serious problem.

    Unfortunately, Hillary Clinton corrupts everyone who serves her. And this year Bardack encountered difficulties she could not have foreseen in 2001:

    {snip}

    In July 2015, the Clinton campaign asked Bardack to give the candidate a clean bill of health. She was to disclose, selectively, some of her patient’s medical history. But the letter was not widely analyzed until after the disturbing September 11 video by Zdenek Gazda, the Zapruder of 2016. It was no longer possible to dismiss those asking questions about Hillary’s health as right-wing conspiracy theorists, and the campaign now requested a second letter from Dr. Bardack explaining the event. The physician duly issued a report on September 14. Now her real problems began.

    {very large snip}

    The physician who has put forward the most plausible case that Hillary is suffering from Parkinson’s disease is Dr. Ted Noel, whose videos I linked in a recent blog post.

  2. Some additional comments by a physician to The Hill’s article “Clinton eyes” (http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/healthcare/297208-clintons-eyes-a-window-into-her-health-issues#comment-2916040331)

    Ax2root Catherine Thompson • a day ago
    The question is certainly about Hillary’s health and what is being hidden from AMERICAN VOTERS

    A poster on The Hill said this in response to this HILL article

    Clinton’s eyes — a window into her health issues

    By John R. Coppedge, contributor

    “I am a neuroradiologist and disagree. { note I think he was disagreeing with another poster } The sixth nerve palsy doesn’t explain all of her symptoms…emotional lability, chronic aspiration, wide based gait and unsteadiness etc. She got pneumonia and coughs constantly because she can’t keep fluid from going down her trachea. That’s called pseudobulbar palsy. It’s why her staff reported, and nobody paid much attention, to the fact she doesn’t like to drink…that’s because she intermittently chokes.
    Also, a blocked transverse sinus would not cause focal 6th nerve palsy. The sinus likely opened up after anticoagulant therapy, and there are in most people two transverse sinuses as well as other venous drainage systems which would mitigate the effects of a single blocked transverse sinus.

    The question is, why did she fall in the first place? In other words, maybe she fell because she had something wrong with her that caused her to lose balance. The transverse sinus thrombosis was a result of the fall and perhaps other issues, but is not the cause of all these other problems.

    I think she has a progressive neurological disease. Some have speculated Parkinson’s. I favor a disease which befell the late actor Dudley Moore called Progressive Supranuclear Palsy. Here is but one link. It is often diagnosed as Parkinson’s. It may not show up on MRI scans, and requires a clinical diagnosis.

    http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disor

    This disease, by the way, usually starts with gait disturbances and progresses. If so, and if it caused her to fall several years ago, she may be getting into the more advanced stages.

    Another poster on The Hill said this in response to this HILL article on Sept 22,2016

    Clinton’s eyes — a window into her health issues

    By John R. Coppedge, contributor
    Reply

    ” I agree with Dr. Coppedge’s assessment. I believe Mrs. Clinton is showing signs of increased intracranial pressure. I only would add that she most likely has bilateral but unequal sixth nerve paresis because there a photo showing both eyes in the inward (esotropic) position at the same time. That does not occur with unilateral lateral rectus weakness or paralysis. When she looks to the right a very large angle inward turn occurs in her left eye. As she tries to look right there is increased innervation to the contralateral medial rectus muscle (pulling that eye markedly inwards. I also believe the variability of her deviation is due to increased intracranial pressure most likely to an incomplete resolution or worsening of her venous sinus thrombosis. I hope she is being evaluated by neurogists, neuro-ophthalmologists, and even neurosurgeons. She is very ill, unfortunately for her and her family. I believe we will see a postponement of the upcoming debate. It’s unlikely the campaign will admit what her health problem really is.”

  3. The following is are Daily Wire posts by a clinician regarding the previously mentioned article by Dr. Coppedge in The Hill (http://www.dailywire.com/news/9416/doctor-want-know-whats-wrong-hillary-watch-her-james-barrett#)

    chapp1177 • a day ago
    I’m a clinician as well (Infectious Diseases) and I would say that this surgeon is making a lot of stretches. Much of what he says is true but it is based on one known clot, a photo where her eyes looked crossed, and the 9/11 memorial video. Additonally, his reasoning on the loss of consciousness due to dehydration is based on “decreased intracranial blood flow” that leaves her susceptible to these symptoms. However, the clot was in a vein, not an artery, and veins drain the corresponding organ, they don’t provide blood flow to the organ. Therefore, the intracranial blood flow should be relatively normal as long as her cranial arteries are patent (which we have no evidence that they are not). My last point would be that this “diagnosis” if you want to call it that is about as far away from a general surgeon’s area of expertise as possible. Vascular surgeon, maybe, but most likely a neurologist would be making this diagnosis and they would need much more evidence than what is provided here.

    chapp1177 warpmine • a day ago
    I apologize if I came off that her illness is no big deal. I think it is important for voters to know the health of the candidates prior to voting. I won’t be voting for Hillary either but the point of my post is that it is professionally irresponsible by doctors to provide explanations for someone’s ailments with such little information and reliance on inferences. On a side note, the vein that Hillary’s clot is located in is relatively small. If it were to come loose the only place it could lodge again would be in an equally small pulmonary artery which would probably be fairly asymptomatic.

  4. The text below was posted in response to the article by Dr. John R. Coppedge at the website “The Hill.”

    http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/healthcare/297208-clintons-eyes-a-window-into-her-health-issues#comment-2915581146

    The Blogger is chips. [Evidently, the blogger is an MD; evidently, French or French Canadian. I had to clean up his English a bit.]

    Dr. Jean Claude Harbulot, September 20, 2016 at 11:57 pm

    In order to efficiently treat Hillary Rodham Clinton’s advanced Parkinson, her physicians are confronted with a real therapeutic conundrum, after shifting to a continuous, subcutaneous, apomorphine infusion – administered through a pump – from daily, levodopa fractional oral doses she was taking until her so-impairing fit of coughing on stage in Cleveland.

    They chose apomorphine infusion to avoid the “off” phases due to levodopa, so the [this meant that the] “on” phases would disappear too. Moreover, somnolence is a frequent apomorphine side-effect.

    The first presidential debate requires vigilance and sharp pugnacity without memory troubles; thus common sense asks for [calls for] using a possible association [combination]: apomorphine infusion plus levodopa, to restore the “on” phases and give back [provide] an efficient lucidity to the Democratic candidate, but with some uncertainty while confronting such an emotionally stressing event.

    Will the “on”-effect prevail and for which duration? At the opposite [On the other hand], will the whole world suddenly get the revelation of Madame Clinton’s illness, if an “off” phase occurs?

    Right now, her medical staff needs several days to adjust the right dosage of her medications. Unfortunately, they are in terra incognita. Nevertheless, it’s probably too late.

    The September 11 video, taken by an amateur, showing her before getting in the van, desperately afflicted by akinesia, a cardinal and pathognomical sign of Parkinson’s disease, will ever remain the best evidence that all efforts from her entourage – husband and company – to hide the truth, over a decade, with false diagnoses of multiple dehydration episodes and more recently pneumonia, are totally futile.

  5. The text below was posted in response to the article by Dr. John R. Coppedge at the website “The Hill.”

    http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/healthcare/297208-clintons-eyes-a-window-into-her-health-issues#comment-2915581146

    Blogger: aerp Guest • a day ago [The blogger is responding to another blogger.]

    No, I am not a neurologist. I have been an advanced-practice nurse for over 40 years. I have worked with lots of people with Parkinsonism (I know what that means, clearly you do not).
    Parkinsonism is an observation of certain types of behaviors and signs, it does not always result in the diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease; there can be other causes such as a blood clot or tumor.

    There is no imaging or diagnostic test except using your eyes to detect Parkinsonism; it is also good to do basic neurological testing, which a trained monkey could do, to be honest. This involves asking a person to walk in a straight line, close their eyes and touch their nose with their index finger with eyes closed.

    All medically qualified people can recognize the symptoms of brain injury and Parkinsonism; all are able to do basic neurological exams to detect it – eye surgeons included.

    [Dr. Coppedge] did not diagnose or treat, he just observed what he knows about eyes and what they can tell you about someone’s health. He is well qualified to do so. Odd movement of the eyes is a sign of a serious brain issue, especially when it suddenly appears as it has in this case. If you like this women so much, why are you not worried about what is happening to her???

  6. The text below was posted in response to the article by Dr. John R. Coppedge at the website “The Hill.”

    http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/healthcare/297208-clintons-eyes-a-window-into-her-health-issues#comment-2915581146

    “I agree with Dr. Coppedge’s assessment. I believe Mrs. Clinton is showing signs of increased intracranial pressure. I only would add that she most likely has bilateral but unequal sixth nerve paresis because there [is] a photo showing both eyes in the inward (esotropic) position at the same time. That does not occur with unilateral lateral rectus weakness or paralysis.

    When she looks to the right a very large angle inward turn occurs in her left eye. As she tries to look right there is increased innervation to the contralateral medial rectus muscle, pulling that eye markedly inwards.

    I also believe the variability of her deviation is due to increased intracranial pressure most likely [due] to an incomplete resolution or worsening of her venous sinus thrombosis.

    I hope she is being evaluated by neurologists, neuro-ophthalmologists, and even neurosurgeons.

    She is very ill, unfortunately for her and her family.

    I believe we will see a postponement of the upcoming debate. It’s unlikely the campaign will admit what her health problem really is.”

  7. The text below was posted in response to the article by Dr. John R. Coppedge at the website “The Hill.”

    http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/healthcare/297208-clintons-eyes-a-window-into-her-health-issues#comment-2915581146

    “I am a neuroradiologist. The sixth nerve palsy doesn’t explain all of her symptoms…emotional lability, chronic aspiration, wide based gait and unsteadiness etc. She got pneumonia and coughs constantly because she can’t keep fluid from going down her trachea. That’s called pseudobulbar palsy. It’s why her staff reported, and nobody paid much attention, to the fact she doesn’t like to drink…that’s because she intermittently chokes.

    Also, a blocked transverse sinus would not cause focal 6th nerve palsy. The sinus likely opened up after anticoagulant therapy, and there are in most people two transverse sinuses as well as other venous drainage systems which would mitigate the effects of a single blocked transverse sinus.

    The question is, why did she fall in the first place? In other words, maybe she fell because she had something wrong with her that caused her to lose balance. The transverse sinus thrombosis was a result of the fall and perhaps other issues, but is not the cause of all these other problems.
    I think she has a progressive neurological disease. Some have speculated Parkinson’s. I favor a disease which befell the late actor Dudley Moore called Progressive Supranuclear Palsy. It is often diagnosed as Parkinson’s. It may not show up on MRI scans, and requires a clinical diagnosis.

    This disease, by the way, usually starts with gait disturbances and progresses. If so, and if it caused her to fall several years ago, she may be getting into the more advanced stages.

  8. A neurologist made the following comment to a The Hill article (http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/healthcare/297208-clintons-eyes-a-window-into-her-health-issues#comment-2915581146) titled “Clinton’s eyes – a window into her health issues”:

    “Patriotliz • 10 hours ago
    I am a Neurologist and on other photos/videos it looked like it was a right eye 6th nerve palsy, in any event, there was a new diplopia following her head trauma and transverse sinus thrombosis & the exact etiology was never disclosed. Her emails reportedly noted what she referred to as her “cracked head” so she may even had a skull fracture. She undoubtedly saw a Neurologist and/or Neurosurgeon and we never got to see those records nor did we get the MRI reports. She may have seizures from this if there was brain injury. I think her fainting/collapse and other problems standing/walking could be due to orthostatic hypotension. She does have a h/o DVTs and therefore could have varicose veins (which her doctor didn’t document but then, her Doc also didn’t document her dysconjugate gaze). Her BP is low normal so she could very likely drop her BP significantly enough to cause pre-syncope or syncope (fainting). Her Doc also didn’t document orthostatic BPs which is routine part of the exam in someone who has fainted. I see no evidence of Parkinson’s Disease which others have speculated about. If she still had intracranial hypertension due to the transverse sinus thrombosis then she would also be treated w/ something like Diamox…but then we are only told what Clinton wants her Doc to disclose.”

    1. A follow up comment to the one above from Patriotliz:

      There are a series of videos that make the case for Parkinson’s at vidzette.com
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      Patriotliz Ole Smithy • 2 hours ago
      Not really. Classic signs of PD don’t just “vanish” even in the best treated cases. I’ve treated hundreds of PD patients and can spot a PD case before the patient even knows they have it. Some of the hallmark symptoms like masked facies, decreased blinking, flexion at metacarpal joints, bradykinesia (decrease of adventitious movements), monotone voice, short-stepped gait, cogwheeling rigidity, rest tremor, etc. collectively or in part can used to make a Dx and she doesn’t have the classic signs. Her gait imbalance and even some rigidity seen intermittently w/o other signs of PD just doesn’t cut it for suspecting PD. Dysconjugate gaze has nothing to do w/ diagnosing PD. Trouble w/ swallowing comes w/ late/advanced cases. (Hypotension can occur w/ PD but is not a diagnostic feature in and of itself.) Of all the videos I’ve seen of Hillary, if she had PD….it would be obvious.
      But the disorder of Orthostatic Hypotension (which can occur w/ many medical conditions or as a primary autonomic nervous system disorder) can occur intermittently and cause pre-syncope, syncope, trouble walking, lethargy, require a stretcher, wheelchair, needing stools to sit on, holding on while walking and even if she were to kept upright while BP is dropping could cause a syncopal seizure. They really risked her life holding her upright on 9/11 before she totally collapsed getting into the van. They should have immediately laid her down or sat down w/ her head down if she c/o feeling faint. I’m amazed that none of the TV/Internet Docs didn’t bring that up. Obviously, Hillary was deathly afraid of the optics such that she risked having a seizure or stroke by staying upright when she felt faint.
      Also TV/Internet Docs never challenged Hillary’s Doctor’s report of “normal exam” with no report of her obvious dysconjugate gaze and lack of documentation of orthostatic BP.

      1. A follow up comment to Patriotliz’s 2nd message:

        You address some but not all of her symptoms. Dr. Noel makes a convincing case for Parkinson’s that cover all of Clinton’s symptoms that exist in the public domain, including those that you mention. When all symptoms are considered together Parkinson’s is at the top of the list of possibilities.

        Have you looked at the videos, including the one that encourages arguments that refute Dr. Noel’s conclusions? His videos clearly show the symptoms that you feel are important.

        Incidentally, with respect to treating Clinton other videos on YouTube show that the women attending to Clinton was her physician, Dr. Bardack.

        If you think that you have a solid argument against a Parkinson’s conclusion you should contact Dr. Noel at vidzette.com and discuss it with him. In the meantime, I have forwarded your comments to him.

        1. Let me begin by saying that I’m sure Dr. Noel will be grateful for your efforts in attempting to determine the extent of Hillary’s health problems.

          If your reference above is regarding who the woman was who attended to Hillary at the 9/11 Memorial Service, it was Christine Falvo and not Dr. Lisa Bardack.

          Ms. Falvo is the mystery woman who was at Hillary Clinton’s side at the 9/11 Memorial Service on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016.

          Ms. Falvo, 38, is currently the Chief Operating Officer at the Public Relations Firm, Howard Rubenstein in New York City; she has been with Rubenstein since July 2012. Ms. Falvo helped plan Hillary’s appearance at the 9/11 Memorial and escorted Hillary throughout her 90-minute stay.

          Ms. Falvo bears a close resemblance to Hillary Clinton’s personal physician, Dr. Lisa Bardack, 52, and, initially, many observers thought that Ms. Falvo was Dr. Bardack. There are full-face photos of both Ms. Falvo and Dr. Bardack at the U.K.’s Daily Mail website, below, from which most of this information was taken.

          http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3788155/Mystery-woman-rushed-Clinton-s-aid-New-York-public-relations-expert-worked-State-Department.html

          One photo at the above website shows Hillary and Ms. Falvo standing in the front row for the Memorial Service; at the far right of the photo, one can see Chris Christie, Donald Trump, former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, Mayor Bill de Blasio, and former Mayor Michael Bloomberg, in that order.

          Ms. Falvo graduated from Union High School in Union, New Jersey in 1995. She graduated with a Bachelor-of-Arts degree from Wellesley College in 1999 and began working for New York, U.S. Senator, Hillary Clinton in 2001 as a special assistant at 23 years of age. (Hillary graduated from Wellesley in 1969.)

          Ms. Falvo worked for U.S. Senator Clinton through 2009; in 2009, she worked a short time for N.Y., U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand.

          https://www.linkedin.com/in/christine-falvo-51960542
          In 2009 and 2010 – for a period of seven months – Ms. Falvo worked at the U.S. State Department; Hillary was Secretary of State at this time. From January 2010 until June 2012, Ms. Falvo worked for the U.S. Agency for International Development. In July 2012, she began working for Rubenstein.

          If Hillary Clinton wins the presidential election, she will most likely appoint Ms. Falvo to a position in her administration.

        2. A 3rd follow up comment by Patriotliz:

          Patriotliz Ole Smithy • an hour ago
          It’s…SHOW ME the video link that shows her w/ classic Parkinsonian symptoms. All the “wordy” arguments from Paul Watson to Alex Jones to the Anesthesiologist, Radiologist and General Surgeon prove nothing to me regarding any possibility of classic PD per any of her videos. My Neurology colleagues concur. There have been plenty of videos of her “normal” self and not even a ‘trace’ of PD which would be almost impossible to the trained eye of a Neurologist in a patient w/ known PD. I want to further clarify that a particular PD sign of the flexion of the metacarpals is accompanied by extension of the phalangeal joints of the fingers. The rest tremor classically is “pill rolling” but PD patients don’t have to have tremor. The signs of PD are obvious, starting w/ the masked facies and monotone voice…and in that regard, I would say that Sen Lindsey Graham has a better chance of having early PD than Hillary.

  9. This video was posted on TheGatewayPundit.com

    Top US Psychiatrist: Hillary Should Drop Out of Monday’s Debate – She Could Get Hurt Badly (VIDEO)

    By Jim Hoft; Sept. 23rd, 2016 5:52 pm

    Top American psychiatrist and author Dr. Keith Ablow told FOX Business Network he would advise Hillary Clinton to skip the debate on Monday.

    Because: She could get hurt badly.

    Dr. Ablow: How do I think she should prepare?

    I think she should say I’m going to hold three press conferences, I’m not doing the debates. Because it’s like the third rail. I don’t know that debating Donald Trump is something you can plan for great success with. It’s like getting in the ring with Muhammad Ali. Because you got the rodeo clown and the skilled boxer in one person. In a way, if I had been advising Hillary Clinton, I would say listen, say that he’s a reality TV host that’s been beyond the pale and simply don’t debate… I think she could get hurt and hurt badly.

    How do you think she could get hurt?

    I think she could get hurt because Donald Trump says things that are true. He says things that are unfettered, the naked truth…

    Dr. Ablow went on to say that Trump could state that if it weren’t for your political connections you’d be indicted by now and in jail.

  10. Article from McClatchyDC.com
    September 23, 2016 6:00 AM
    By Sean Cockerham, Washington
    scockerham@mcclatchydc.com

    Headline: Voters think Trump has more stamina than Clinton

    If stamina is the deciding factor in the race between two of the oldest candidates ever for the White House, Donald Trump is winning.

    Likely voters think by 53-39 percent that Trump has more physical stamina for the job than Hillary Clinton, according to a new McClatchy-Marist poll. Overall, Clinton leads Trump in the election race by 48-41 in the new poll.

    {snip}

    Gender makes a huge difference in how voters see the stamina of the candidates.

    Men by 59-29 said Trump had more stamina.

    Women by 50-46 gave Clinton the edge over Trump.

    My comment: It appears that the women just might be biased.

    http://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/politics-government/election/article103592182.html

  11. For your information: U.K.: “The Sun” newspaper article on Hillary’s eye problem:

    By Jon Lockett; 23rd September 2016, 10:03 am

    ‘I DON’T NEED BRAIN TEST’ Hillary Clinton slams suggestions she needs neurological test despite bizarre video showing her eyes moving ‘out-of-sync’

    The basis for the article is the exclusive interview done by the TV journalist Sarina Fazan of WTFS ABC Action News, Tampa Bay in Orlando, FL, on Sept. 21.

    Quote from The Sun article:

    The calls for a test came after a bizarre video was posted on the internet showing Clinton looking ‘cock-eyed’. Doctors say eye problems can be an early sign of a degenerative disease.
    Clinton, 68, at first joked when asked if she would take ‘some neurocognitive test’ given the elevated risks for degenerative disease because of her age.

    “I’m very sorry I got pneumonia,” laughed Clinton. “I’m very glad that antibiotics took care of it. And that’s behind us now.

    “I’ve met the standard that everybody running for president has met in terms of releasing information about my health.”

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1837156/hillary-clinton-denies-she-needs-brain-check-despite-bizarre-video-showing-her-eyes-moving-out-of-sync/

  12. For your information: An article from “The Hill”

    Title: Clinton’s eyes — a window into her health issues

    September 22, 2016, 01:15 pm

    By John R. Coppedge, MD, FACS; Dr. Coppedge is a general surgeon from Texas.

    [The following is quoted verbatim from the article.]

    Like all things medical, there is a long list of potential causes, but in my opinion, the most likely one, based on Clinton’s known medical history, is an intermittent lateral rectus palsy caused by damage to or pressure on her sixth cranial nerve.

    It is known that she suffered a traumatic brain injury in late 2012 when she fell and struck her head. What is also known is that she was diagnosed with a transverse sinus thrombosis — blood clot in the major vein at the base of the brain. Almost all patients with a transverse sinus thrombosis suffer swelling of the brain and increased intracranial pressure. Most have headaches, balance issues and visual disturbances — all of which Clinton was reported to have following that event.

    Clinton’s physician reported that she was placed on Coumadin (a blood thinner) to dissolve the blood clot. Actually, that is incorrect, because Coumadin has no effect on an existing clot. It serves only to decrease the chance of further clotting occurring Clinton’s physician has also reported that on follow-up exam, the clot had resolved. That is surprising since the majority of such clots do not dissolve. The way it was documented that the clot had resolved has not been reported.

    If, as is statistically likely, Clinton’s transverse sinus is still blocked, she would still have increased pressure and swelling and decreased blood flow to her brain. That swelling would place pressure on the exposed portion of the sixth cranial nerve at the base of her brain, explaining the apparent lateral rectus palsy. And such a deficit can be partial and/or intermittent.

    Additionally, when patients who have decreased intracranial blood flow become volume depleted (dehydrated), or have a drop in blood pressure, loss of consciousness can occur. That could explain her witnessed collapse in New York City on 9/11.

    {snip}

    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.

    http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/healthcare/297208-clintons-eyes-a-window-into-her-health-issues

  13. Dear Dr Noel,

    I reference this article on the timeline of Parkinson’s Disease. [1]
    This establishes that ” prior to the motor phase of classical Parkinson’s disease (PD) there is a prodromal period of several years duration”

    This article [2] goes a little more indepth into the 5+ years preceding the start of motor symptoms, and lists the NON-MOTOR symptoms. Important cognitive changes occur at this stage involving the senses, sleep patterns (sleepyness) and memory recall and cognitive ability.

    NON-MOTOR symptoms memory loss ” People with PD may have
    trouble recalling information, but in general, have
    less memory impairment compared to Alzheimer’s
    disease. In PD, people frequently recall information
    more readily when given cues or choices, which
    help the person to retrieve information” [3]

    I now wish to reference the timeline above and fit some other events and factual releases which I think back up your speculation that she has Parkinsons Disease (A common disease which 2% of all over 65’s get )

    In 2008 – Memory Recall of her 1996 Bosnia Trip
    Firstly, what has often been dismissed as Hilary simply being a liar, embellishing events for the press, when falsely recalling her Bosnia trip as being under sniper fire, where actual newsfootage shows the total opposite to be the case, is much more likely, when looking with the hindsight of probable prodomal PD symptoms, a GENUINE false memory of the events due to the memory problems she likely had in simply recalling events. This is CERTAINLY have been a RED FLAG non-motor prodomal symptom of PD.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BfNqhV5hg4

    2013 – Her top Aide discusses her cognitive confusion and memory problems (she needs briefing immediately before a meeting) in a email leak.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3320900/Newly-released-email-shows-aide-Huma-Abedin-warned-colleagues-Hillary-confused-needed-hand-holding-calls-foreign-leaders.html

    Obvoiusly, the motor symptoms of PD are getting difficult to hide in 2016, so we at least assume by reference to Colin Powells hacked email dated March 2015, that she was having motor problems in late 2014.

    ” Democratic Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island also had concerns about Mrs. Clinton’s well-being.

    “Sheldon Whitehouse, who is a huge Clinton supporter, said they were both giving speeches at the same event a few months back and she could barely climb the podium steps,” ”
    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/sep/14/colin-powell-worried-about-hillary-clintons-health/

    This would put the Bosnia false memory of 2008 recall within the prodromal period of cognitive symptoms (6yrs before assuming 2014 when motor symptoms emerge).

    It will be interesting to see if Mr Trump’s team try to get her off que in the coming debates, where a PD sufferer will struggle.

    [1] http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19846332
    [2]http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4181670/
    [3] http://www.apdaparkinson.org/uploads/files/CogChanges-8-25-af4.pdf

  14. In “Short circuit in deep brain stimulation.” the authors undertook to investigate the incidence, cause, and clinical influence of short circuits in patients treated with deep brain stimulation (DBS).

    They found that “The mean duration from DBS lead implantation to the discovery of the short circuit was 64.7 months. The symptoms revealing short circuits included the wearing off of therapeutic effect, apraxia of eyelid opening, or dysarthria in 6 patients with Parkinson disease (PD)”

    And concluded that “short circuits may arise due to a gradual decrease in impedance, causing the insidious development of neurological symptoms via limited or extended potential fields as well as shortened battery longevity.”

    DOI: 10.3171/2012.8.JNS112073

    Dr Waghorn

  15. http://nypost.com/2016/09/22/hillary-refuses-to-take-neurocognitive-test/

    http://www.abcactionnews.com/news/local-news/exclusive-presidential-nominee-hillary-clinton-grants-one-on-one-interview-to-abc-action-news?autoplay=true

    Hillary Clinton States that she will not take a Neurocognitive test.

    In Orlando, Florida, on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016, at about 6 pm, Hillary Clinton gave a brief, exclusive interview to television journalist, Sarina Fazan of WTFS ABC Action News, Tampa Bay.

    Hillary had been at a fundraiser earlier in the day at the estate of the very wealthy lawyer John Morgan in the town of Heathrow by Lake Mary, just north of Orlando; tickets went for as much as $100k.

    During the interview with Sarina Fazan, when Ms. Fazan posed the question, Hillary stated that she would not take a neurocognitive test, and, furthermore, that she will not be submitting any more medical information before the November 8 election.

    Quote: “I’ve met the standard that everybody running for president has met in terms of releasing information about my health.”

    Since it has been clearly established that Hillary has some sort of neurological disorder – quite likely Parkinson’s Disease – her refusal to submit to a neurocognitive test and to release the results to the general public should be adequate grounds to disqualify her for the office of the president.

    As evidence that Hillary has a neurological disorder, consider the following:

    First of all, it is widely known that the cobalt-blue sunglasses that Hillary was wearing at the 9/11 Memorial Service are known as “anti-seizure” or “anti-dyskinesia” glasses; they are worn to prevent the wearer from having a seizure or an episode of dyskinesia.

    One need not be Sherlock Holmes to deduce that the reason Hillary Clinton was wearing anti-dyskinesia glasses is because a physician instructed her that such glasses would protect her from having an episode of dyskinesia. Moreover, this physician – most likely a neurologist – would only have given Hillary such an instruction because she has a neurological disorder and has been experiencing episodes of dyskinesia.

    Why else would a physician prescribe such glasses?

    (Note: As is well known, there have been many other signs and symptoms, in addition to the wearing of the cobalt-blue glasses, that indicate that Hillary has a neurological disorder.)

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