Sunday, October 23, 2016

Hillary Clinton's Doctor Lisa Bardack Should Face Criminal Charges For Lying To The American People About Her Failing Health

Hillary Clinton
An election is important. No one should be lying about the status of a candidate's health. Hillary Clinton's personal doctor, Lisa Bardack, should face criminal charges for lying to the American people regarding the state of the presidential candidate's health. Many medical professionals have gone on record stating, based on Clinton's medical history of blood clots, stroke, a hematoma, broken bones, black outs and seizures due to falls and the signs of Parkinson's manifesting, she is very ill. 

Clinton is not in good health and this presents a serious risk if she were to become president. Due to Clinton's health woes, she was forced to take several months off at a time to recuperate. Due to Parkinson's, Clinton has to rest many hours a day, taking 3-4 days off per week. An American president has to be on call 24-hours per day and on the go most days of the week. Clinton's serious health problems preclude her from participating in such a hectic schedule. 


Wikileaks email revealed Hillary Clinton travels around in a custom van that has a bed. When she collapsed recently, Clinton's handlers quickly hauled her onto the bed in the back of the van, in what appeared to be a common occurrence they are used to dealing with regarding her [Hillary Clinton Collapses On Campaign Trail Just As The Judiciary Report Predicted Days Prior (Video)].

Clinton is putting her ego and political ambitions ahead of the welfare of the American people. Do you really think Clinton will be able to take those famous 3:00AM emergencies calls at the White House, with staffers struggling to wake her from the strong Parkinson's medicine induced fog, which can be almost as powerful as a local anesthetic used during surgery. Parkinson's sufferers sleep longer hours than most and up to 22-hours per day, due to the contents of the medicine. Dependent upon the stage of Parkinson's progression, the absence of the medicine means dementia becomes more prominent. You cannot have a head of state with dementia. That's a huge no-no.

Bardack is covering for Clinton, who is desperate to become president, due to ego issues and trying to compete with her husband, former U.S. President, Bill Clinton. She has lived in Clinton's shadow for nearly 40-years, watching as he rose to the top in American society. Clinton tried her hand at politics, but failed as a New York senator, as her record reveals numerous economic failures, especially in the area of job creation (Hillary Clinton Failed To Create The 200,000 Jobs She Promised As Senator In New York As She Is Not Good With The Economy). 


Doctors: Hillary suffering serious neurological disease

'Almost certainly renders her incapable of performing the duties of the president'

Published: 09/19/2016 at 9:10 PM  NEW YORK – Two physicians agree Hillary Clinton is suffering a serious neurological disease that should disqualify her from being president. Theodore “Ted” Noel, a retired anesthesiologist in Orlando, Florida, with 36 years experience and a background in critical care medicine explained to WND he was so convinced Clinton has Parkinson’s disease that he has now produced several videos arguing that point. 

Dr. Daniel Kassicieh, D.O., a dual board-certified osteopathic neurologist and a leading headache specialist who directs the Florida Headache and Movement Disorder Center in Sarasota, Florida, told WND that while he agrees she has a neurological disease, he believes it is not Parkinson’s. Whatever the precise diagnosis, the physicians separately have come to the conclusion she has a serious neurological disease that should medically disqualify her from being president.  

Kassicieh told WND the concussion Clinton suffered in December 2012 that led to a serious blood clot requiring hospitalization may also have caused her to suffer post-concussion syndrome. The symptoms include confusion, headaches and dizziness, he said, and the long-term consequences are mental impairment and loss of memory, which could be precursors of dementia. 

“An individual who suffers from post-concussion syndrome is not medically qualified to be president,” Kassicieh said. “Minimal cognitive syndrome can be a warning precursor to dementia.” Kassicieh also related his concerns about Clinton’s health to WND in a February interview
Noel argued Parkinson’s is a progressive disease that would immediately disqualify Clinton from running for president if her campaign ever were to allow an independent medical examination to be conducted by a qualified team of neurological specialists. He stressed that the two-page medical report issued on Sept. 14 by Dr. Lisa Bardack, Clinton’s personal physician, is “internally inconsistent and not reliable.” 

Among the red flags Noel detected in Bardack’s report was a pulse-oximetry reading of oxygen saturation at 99 percent, which he considers “impossible in a woman of 68 years who is recovering from pneumonia.” “A ‘non-contrast CT’ with a ‘CTA calcium score of zero’ is a perfect score on a test that does not exist,” he said, referring to Bardack’s assessment. “Management of thyroid replacement based on ‘a low T3 level’ is below the standard of care that requires TSH measurements. And her blood pressure of 100/70 is low enough that it requires careful medical assessment.” In the final analysis, Noel insisted his conclusion Clinton has Parkinson’s disease should medically disqualify her from being president...