Who Are We?

Who are We?

(Dec 5, 2016) started as the efforts of Dr. Ted Noel (Me, CV below) to use satire developed from public video sources in order to show that Hillary Clinton is unfit for office. When the issue of her probable Parkinson’s Disease became apparent, the focus shifted to her medical problems. With the election over, we are moving to the nexus of medicine and government.


Who is VidZette?

VidZette is now a “crowd-funded” assembly of knowledge and skills. Everyone involved has given time and expertise without compensation. At least four neurologists have assisted and concur that Hillary probably has Parkinson’s Disease. The Differential Diagnosis document was co-written with a neuropsychiatrist who specializes in Parkinson’s Disease.

These doctors have to remain anonymous. If they speak publicly, they risk having the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services audit their practices. Because the federal rules are so complicated, it’s not possible to be in perfect compliance. CMS (they dropped the second “M”) will find a point of non-compliance, and under the rules of “Medicare Fraud,” the doctor can lose years of income. The IRS are pikers compared to CMS. A practicing physician cannot afford to visibly offend CMS.

The video analysis in the “NBC Lied” video was originally done by a professional video editor who had to do a frame-by-frame videoconference with me before I would believe it. Since then, at least three other professional videographers have concurred with his opinion. He prepared the analysis video that I used.

The “crowd-funding” of knowledge and information includes people inside and outside of the United States. Some are merely concerned with the effect a Clinton Presidency would have on their country.  Others found video clips and angles that I hadn’t seen. That’s why some videos took several days to compose.


Can an anesthesiologist assess a neurological problem?

That’s a very good question. First, I’m not just an anesthesiologist, although I spent most of my professional life in that specialty. I’m a doctor. I have the foundation to rapidly learn about diseases outside of my specialty. I used that skill on a daily basis when people with unusual ailments showed up for surgery. Since my job was to keep the surgeon from killing them with his knife, I had to know how to deal with those diseases.

Second, I trained in Critical Care Medicine. That specialty requires a doctor to be able to deal with the most complicated of all diseases in the most difficult of situations. Considering my two specialties, it’s not difficult to advance my education to become proficient in the analysis of a Major Movement Disorder.

Third, I had the assistance (and major prodding) of subject matter specialists before the education that went into the first video. These included Parkinson’s Disease caregivers, family members, and sufferers. I wasn’t flying blind. As the project developed, help came out of the woodwork.

Let me repeat. I’m a doctor, trained in making medical diagnoses in preparation for my daily work. The fact that I’m retired doesn’t make that foundation disappear. In fact, it gives me time to be more deeply educated.


And the critics?

The first prominent critic was Their article was done by a reporter who simply didn’t understand the issue. He made multiple ad hominem attacks, but didn’t even consider the medical facts of the case. As an aside, why would a reporter be more credible than a doctor on medical issues?

One commenter claiming to be a neurologist stated that my original video was “a steaming crock of equine excrement.” I have to give him points for literary merit, but he stands opposed to multiple others in his specialty who agree with me, including movement disorder specialists. And this brings me to a medical point.

Hillary Clinton’s neurological disorder can only be diagnosed definitively by examination. If she would release real records, then they would include the results of an examination and the treatment of whichever disease she has. In the Differential Diagnosis document, the three most likely are Parkinson’s Disease, Progressive Supranuclear Palsy, and Multiple Sclerosis. VidZette cannot be certain which is correct, but our collective opinion is that Parkinson’s Disease is most likely.

Neurologists who disagree basically rely on the fact that Hillary has not shown much of the big movements that make Parkinson’s Disease obvious. But treatment of Parkinson’s is directed at controlling those major signs. The bits that creep through are the “soft signs” that families and caregivers see every day, in spite of treatment. Hillary’s campaign strategy is to hide. So we are left with the bits and pieces. Fortunately for the case, there are so many small bits that she simply cannot hide everything.

October 17, 2016
Ted Noel MD


Theodore Anthony Noel II, M.D.


 Employment Status:


Former Employer:             

JLR Medical Group
851 Trafalgar Ct
Suite 200E
Maitland, FL 32751
Tel: (407) 667-0444
Fax:  (407) 667-0381


Date of Birth:   09-18-52
Place of Birth:  Everett, WA
Marital Status:  Married



Loma Linda University School of Medicine
Loma Linda, CA
Degree:  Bachelor of Science

Loma Linda University School of Medicine
Loma Linda, CA
Degree:  Doctor of Medicine


Loma Linda University Medical Center
Loma Linda, CA
March 1976 – March 1977


Loma Linda University Medical Center
Loma Linda, CA
1977 – 1979

  • Chief Resident
    1978 – 1979


Loma Linda University Medical Center
Loma Linda, CA
Critical Care Medicine
1979 – 1980


State of Florida Department of Health
Medicine License No. ME-0036797
(Inactive – Retired)

DEA No. AN-9572086
(Inactive – Retired)


American Board of Anesthesiology
Certificate No. 10,155 – November 5, 1981

National Board of Medical Examiners
Certificate No. 177351 – May, 1977

Professional Organizations:       

American Society of Anesthesiologists

American Association of Physicians & Surgeons

Professional Experience:

El Centro Community Hospital

El Centro, CA
Anesthesiologist, locum tenens
July – August, 1979

Riyadh Military Hospital

Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Loma Linda Overseas Heart Surgery Team
Consultant Anaesthetist
April – July, 1980

Florida Hospital

Orlando, FL
Staff Anesthesiologist
August, 1980 – 2013

Novamed Surgical Center

Altamonte Springs, FL and
Downtown Surgery Center
Orlando, FL
2001 – 2010
Medical Director

Cornerstone Christian University

Orlando, Florida
Adjunct Professor of Hermeneutics

Committee Memberships:

Florida Society of Anesthesiologists, State Legislative Committee, 1984

Florida Hospital, Critical Care Advisory Committee, 1985-1988

Delegate to Florida Medial Association House of Delegates, 1989

Orange County Medical Society Legislative Committee, 1990


Noel TA, “I Want to be Left Behind”
ISBN 0-9725996-0-6
BibleOnly Press,  Maitland, Fl.
Copyright 2002

Noel TA, “Pulmonary Artery Catheter Sheath Malfunction with Sternotomy”
Anesthesiology 61:633-634, 1984.

Noel TA, “Clinical Experience with a Portable Computer in Cardiac Anesthesia
Journal of Clinical Monitoring  1:85-86, 1985.

Noel TA, “Computerized Anesthesia Records may be Dangerous”
Anesthesiology  64:300, 1986.

Noel TA,  “Do not fear Computerized Anesthesia Records”  (letter reply),
Anesthesiology   65:133, 1986.

Noel TA, “Air embolism removal from both Pulmonary Artery and Right Atrium during sitting Craniotomy Using a New Catheter and Report of a Case”
Anesthesiology 20:709-210, 1989

Noel TA, “Missing Documentation”
Anesthesiology 90:633, 1999

Noel T & Noel K, “A Scientific Paradigm for the Genesis Flood”
Journal of the Adventist Theological Society
Vol 12, #1, 106-138, Spring 2001

Noel T, A Primer on the Book of Daniel
ISBN 978-1-55635-533-2
Resource Publications, Eugene, OR
Copyright 2009


Noel T, A Primer on the Book of Revelation
ISBN 978-1-55635-532-5
Resource Publications, Eugene, OR
Copyright 2010

Aviation Experience 

Private Pilot  #417-76-0631
Airplane, Single Engine, Land
Instrument, Complex, Retractable Gear
High Altitude Endorsement
500+ hours

Other Education                

30+ hours toward a Masters in Biblical Studies, including church history, biblical Greek (2 years), biblical Hebrew (1 year), and biblical Aramaic (1 semester)