Fears have grown that Hillary Clinton’s battle with Parkinson’s disease has advanced to a stage where she is no longer able to walk unassisted.
Yesterday, Hillary was seen at a Yale event using forearm crutches. While the mainstream media attributed the crutches to a broken toe, experts have pointed out that a broken toe does not require forearm crutches for balance.
Hillary’s Parkinson’s Disease is progressing. A “broken toe” requires no stabilizing forearm crutches for balance. Glad she’s not President. pic.twitter.com/GhkukCZOnP
— TruthInGovernment (@TruthinGov2016) October 23, 2017
Thegatewaypundit.com reports: These events again lead even casual observers to wonder again if Hillary has Parkinson’s disease. She and her campaign have never said so but it sure looks like this is the case.
Last year we pointed out that Hillary was very sick and reported that she was dishonest about many things including her health. As an example, during the primary season in 2016 Hillary had some sort of seizure or attack during a stop at a coffee shop. She blamed it on her chai tea.
The AP reporter who was there stated that she was not horrified by Hillary’s seizure, but her face showed a different story. WikiLeaks later uncovered that the reporter, Lisa Lerer, was one of many reporters who dined at Clinton campaign manager John Podesta’s house, diminishing her account of the event.
VIDEO: BIZARRE HILLARY BEHAVIOR CAUGHT ON CAMERA
Hillary looks like her inner demons are trying to escape https://t.co/0uIoZVPPWz
— art lowe 2012, 2016 (@freedomsforever) July 23, 2016
Hillary was seen being carried up steps on a different occasion.
In one campaign event, Hillary suddenly froze and forgot where she was at and continued with a totally different train of thought. This was about the time that people on social media began to notice a large black man at her side. He then began popping up all over the place.
Secret Service agents walk on stage during Hillary Clinton rally https://t.co/Btp1na4Pxt
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) August 4, 2016
After all these episodes the Hillary campaign continued to argue that there was nothing wrong with Hillary, but then she attended the 9-11 ceremony in New York City. Unfortunately for her campaign, Hillary got really sick and left the event. She ended up losing control of her body, passing out, losing her shoe and had to be thrown into her car like a side of beef!
Hillary’s doctor Lisa Bardack came out after Hillary’s 9-11 collapse to declare for a second time that Hillary’s health was fine. But like everything surrounding Hillary this was clearly not the case. 71% of doctors in an Internet survey responded that concerns about Hillary Clinton’s health are serious and could be disqualifying for the position of President of the US. FOX Business News next shared a video of Hillary’s coughing fits.
An email released by WikiLeaks showed Hillary’s campaign team strategizing about hiding Hillary’s poor health issues. Another report by a British paper discussed Hillary’s floating eyeball which it was suggested could indicate some very serious issues. In addition, Hillary participated in only 11 campaign rallies in both September and October which are very low numbers for a candidate running for President. (Trump had 59 during the same time period.)
Finally, WikiLeaks released an email from her team stating that Hillary was drunk in the afternoon and indicating someone should call her so she can sober up. This past weekend she was found campaigning at a bar, in Florida, mid-morning, on Sunday.
The MSM has not done its job in reporting accurately on Hillary’s terrible health. Those in the media that said something were punished. (Dr. Drew on CNN had his show cancelled shortly after questioning Hillary’s health.)
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