Saturday, September 10, 2016

71 Percent Of Doctors Surveyed State Hillary Clinton’s Health Problems Are So Serious They Should Disqualify Her From 2016 Presidential Election


Hillary Clinton being dragged up stairs due to her health problems
The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) surveyed 250 doctors and revealed 71 percent of physicians concluded U.S. presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, is suffering from serious health problems that should disqualify her from the 2016 election for the White House.

Hillary Clinton's mouth is slightly twisted in a manner indicating she's had a stroke. She does have a history of blood clots which is in a similar family of neurological disorders.
U.S. Presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, has been going to extraordinary lengths to hide her dire health condition. The cover up is out of control, but observant doctors and scientists can clearly see she is quite ill. Clinton has a history of life threatening blood clots, deep vein thrombosis, fainting, seizures, broken bones from falls, a tongue lesion, violent chronic coughing, concussions and significant memory issues indicating the onset of dementia and Parkinsons. A person with Clinton’s health profile is not suited to the rigors of the presidency. 

Confused and forgetful Hillary Clinton
Clinton is so suffering from brain fog, which is the confusion and forgetfulness that accompanies dementia, that it concerned her assistant Huma Abedin, who had to warn other members of staff via email that she repeatedly gets "confused" and "forgets things." Clinton exhibited this forgetfulness and confusion during an FBI criminal interview a few months ago and this week during an intense question and answer session during a town hall forum with NBC interviewer Matt Lauer. Clinton was grilled by Lauer over her criminal mishandling of classified materials at the State Department, which endangered national security. 


Hillary's Health Concerns Serious, Say Most Doctors Polled by the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS)

TUCSON, Ariz., Sept. 8, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Concerns about Hillary Clinton's health are "serious—could be disqualifying for the position of President of the U.S.," say nearly 71% of 250 physicians responding to an informal internet survey by the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS). About 20% said concerns were "likely overblown, but should be addressed as by full release of medical records." Only 2.7% responded that they were "just a political attack; I have confidence in the letter from her physician and see no cause for concern." 

While more than 81% were aware of her history of a concussion, only 59% were aware of the cerebral sinus thrombosis, and 52% of the history of deep venous thrombosis. 

More than 78% said the health concerns had received "not enough emphasis" in the media, and only 2.7% that there had been "too much emphasis." 

Nearly two-thirds said that a physician who had a concern about a candidate's fitness to serve for health reasons should "make the concerns known to the public." Only 11% said a physician should "keep silent unless he had personally examined the patient," and 10% that the candidate's health was "off limits for public discussion." 

Eighty-eight respondents submitted comments. One said that "the public interest will ALWAYS override either privacy rights or rights of self-determination in the case of a presidential candidate." 

Another mentioned Clinton's "so called loss of memory claimed during her FBI questioning about her email server." Beyond the specific questions, one remarked that "I think that the candidate should be honest with the public about his/her health!" The history of the concussion was concerning: "The public must watch the movie Concussion to realize that such an injury does affect thought process." 

A poll of 833 randomly selected registered voters by Gravis Marketing showed that nearly half (49%) were not aware of the "well documented major health issues that Hillary Clinton has." Nearly three-fourths (74%) were unaware of Bill Clinton's statement that Hillary suffered a "terrible" concussion requiring "six months of very serious work to get over." The majority (57%) thought that candidates should release their medical records. 

"Both physicians and other voters think that health concerns are relevant when choosing a presidential candidate," states AAPS executive director Jane M. Orient, M.D. "However, more than 40% of physician respondents were unaware of the cerebral sinus thrombosis, and the vast majority of voters were not aware of all of Clinton's problems or their potential serious long-term implications for cognitive function." 

The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) is a national organization representing physicians in virtually all specialties and every state. Founded in 1943, AAPS has the motto "omnia pro aegroto," which means "all for the patient."