Saturday, August 6, 2016

-The Madness of Queen Hillary...

Any resident physicians want to take a wack at this?
Its a rumor that has been going around since the famous "What difference does it make?" rant. That in and of itself was incredibly bizarre. While the source is Paul Joseph Watson / Infowars, even the National Enquirer gets one right every now and then, therefore don't discount the theory or the evidence. It does explain why she refuses to do do press conferences.
I believe that she does have a mental or neurological problem. Having personal experience with a parent that succumbed to Alzheimer's, I must admit the similarities are striking. If true, no amount of Alzheimer's or dementia drugs would suppress the rapidity and inevitable decline. If true, there is no way she could stand for a debate. I would hope that it would not be true, that the Dems know or suspect something like this, but press on. It would be a fitting end to to our republic marked by fractured borders, vagrancy, social disintegration, and pervasive liberal lunacy. It would be capped-off by our election of someone in desperate need of anti-psychotic meds just to greet the morning. There is no cure for Alheimer's. The progression of the disease is different with every patient. From the child-like goofy behavior, to the maniacal rants and mercurial tempers, the exaggerated facial expressions or reactions, and eventually, the shrieking terror when the medicine cannot compete with the mental collapse. The coughing fits are part of it. God Bless the USA, we're gonna need it!

4 comments:

chess said...

She's dinged and yes it would explain 250 days without a press conference. The questions in a debate will be softballs and the length will be controlled and shortened.. She could be suffering pontine infarcts or as the video says post subdural hematoma syndrome but I will toss this out for you to follow up on
My bet


Pseudobulbar palsy
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"Pseudobulbar" redirects here. For pseudobulbar affect (emotional lability), see Pseudobulbar affect.
Pseudobulbar palsy
Classification and external resources
ICD-9-CM 335.23
DiseasesDB 10826
MeSH D020828
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Pseudobulbar palsy is a medical condition characterised by the inability to control facial movements (such as chewing and speaking) and caused by a variety of neurological disorders. Patients experience difficulty chewing and swallowing, have increased reflexes and spasticity in tongue and the bulbar region, and demonstrate slurred speech (which is often the initial presentation of the disorder), sometimes also demonstrating uncontrolled emotional outbursts.[1]

The condition is usually caused by the damage (bilateral degeneration) to the neurons of the brain stem, specifically to the corticobulbar tract (upper motor neuron tract to cranial nerve motor nuclei).

chess said...

Depending on the slope of her curve ie decline she could be president with help. Ronnie probably didnt know a lot of what was going on in late 2nd term.

Hell_Is_Like_Newark said...

On her and Bill's physical deterioration:

My eldest sister has a PhD in food science, which is a specialized form of organic chemistry. Basically, it is a field of expertise on what humans intake and their effects. She is now an RN with a specialty in nutrition.

Some years back I had a discussion with her about aging. She made the following point: The human body can take an amazing amount of abuse from the teen through the early 30s. However, the effects of that abuse will often show up starting in a person 40s. A classic example is the effects of potent amphetamines (cocaine, meth, etc.) The stress they impose on a body can age a person well beyond their actual years.

Hillary and Bill were both rumored (I think the rumors are true) to have been heavy cocaine users for many years. I know of two people who were heavy coke users.. both of them stroked, which is a common theme with coke heads.

Bill to me looks like he has the same disease that is killing my dad: sarcopenia. Seven out of ten men get the disease. However, my Dad is pushing 90. Bill I think added a lot of years on to his body and now has the physical ravages of an old man.

Muzzlethemuz said...

Either way Kieth Richards defies modern medical science.