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Monsanto queen Hillary Clinton displaying numerous disqualifying health problems

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(NaturalNews) In a high-stakes political contest such as the 2016 U.S. presidential election, one can expect lots of wild accusations and speculation about each candidate, but is there any truth to the rumors regarding the poor state of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's health?

A growing number of presumably objective observers – many of them physicians and health experts – are questioning whether Ms. Clinton is physically fit enough to hold office.

And the average person viewing her speeches and public appearances might easily come to the same conclusion, based on her often bizarre movements and expressions in front of the camera – not to mention her apparent reliance on stools, handrails and other means of support (such as being helped by aides while walking or even standing still).

Does Hillary have Parkinson's?

So what do the experts say?

One of the most plausible theories is that Ms. Clinton is suffering from Parkinson's disease.

An anonymous board-certified anesthesiologist has released a memo discussing Hillary's apparent symptoms, including her falls (one in 2009 when she broke her elbow, and another in 2012, in which she suffered a concussion), odd hand movements, blank wide-eyed stares, and (in her own words) "short-circuits" – all of which are consistent with the symptoms of Parkinson's.

From the anesthesiologist's memo:

"Hillary Clinton (HRC) has suffered a variety of health issues. Unfortunately, she has declined to make her medical records public. In July of 2015 her personal physician released a letter asserting her 'excellent physical condition.' Unfortunately, multiple later episodes recorded on video strongly suggest that the content of the letter is incorrect ...

"She has had clinical symptoms for a minimum of 4 years, and probably much longer, given that the fall leading to her head injury required a significant progression of the disease. All of her bizarre physical actions since that time fit nicely into the spectrum of signs that we expect in PD. And since PD explains all of them, we have a high probability of a correct diagnosis."

Of course, that's just one opinion, and it could be questioned, since its author chose to remain anonymous – but maybe that's because he didn't want to end up on the Clintons' "hit list"?

But to anyone who has been paying attention, there is something clearly odd about many of her mannerisms and expressions.

In the video below, she is seen bobbing her head in an apparently uncontrollable fashion. Is this the behavior of a healthy person?

As the above memo states, she has certainly had her share of health issues, and even more tellingly perhaps, she has refused to release her medical records.

Can we afford to elect a sick person as president?

Of course, her political opponents can be expected to seize on anything that might call her competency into question, but you don't have to be a Trump supporter to begin wondering if something is truly amiss regarding Ms. Clinton's general health condition.

Any potential leader of our nation must be in excellent physical condition to carry out the duties of office.

And whatever you might think about Donald Trump, the man does appear to be in reasonably vigorous health. That could prove to be a crucial issue in the long run; the fate of our nation could very well depend on it.

When you consider all the factors – including her health – Hillary Rodham Clinton is clearly unfit to be POTUS.

If she is truly suffering from Parkinson's – a fate I wouldn't wish on anyone, by the way – there is a sadly ironic twist. Hillary has been a staunch supporter of Monsanto and the GMO industry, and one of the illnesses caused by Monsanto's poisonous glyphosate-containing herbicide Roundup is – you guessed it – Parkinson's disease.

A true cynic might be tempted to use the phrase: "Live by the sword, die by the sword."

'Nuff said...








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