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Originally published November 11 2014

Hillary Clinton ridicules mental health patients after man interrupts speech to warn of carcinogenic EMFs in classrooms

by Ethan A. Huff, staff writer

(NaturalNews) 2016 presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has demonstrated that she has no respect for the mentally challenged after she sounded off in response to a heckler during a recent speech. Reports indicate that Clinton, taken aback by a protester who tried to warn about the dangers of electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) in school classrooms, retorted in jest that some folks "miss important developmental stages."

Clinton had been asked to give a 30-minute speech at a recent American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) conference that took place in San Diego, California. During her speech before more than 3,000 pediatric medical professionals, Kevin Mottus, a resident of West Los Angeles, pulled out a bullhorn and began heckling Clinton about ignoring the dangers of mobile phone radiation, which resulted in his immediate ejection from the auditorium.

According to KGTV ABC 10 News in San Diego, Mottus sounded his bullhorn and a corresponding siren in an attempt to raise awareness about the health effects of EMFs, which was appropriate in light of the topics being discussed, mainly involving technology and children. As Mottus was being escorted out of the auditorium, a startled Clinton made a highly offensive jab at mental health patients, likening them to those who disagree with her politics.

"You know, there are some people who miss important developmental stages," she arrogantly quipped, receiving laughter and a standing ovation in response.

Media ignores Clinton's offensive statements against people with mental illness

Many media reports glossed over this outrageous statement, clearly siding with Clinton's brazen brushing-off of the issue. But Mottus got what he wanted, which was national attention to a very important issue that affects the vast majority of America's school-age children.

"What I said was, 'Wireless classrooms are causing cancer,'" explained Mottus to 10 News. "It was really ignorant," he added, referring to Clinton's careless response, "but if she understood the very serious reason I was interrupting that speech, she wouldn't have made that comment."

Specifically, Mottus hoped to draw attention to legislation signed by Clinton's husband during his presidency that barred local communities from discussing the dangers associated with EMF exposure. Known as the 1996 Telecommunications Act, the legislation prohibits localities from discussing the health and safety issues of mobile phone communication towers, which were just beginning to hit the American landscape at that time.

"I wanted national attention to this issue," added Mottus, who is deeply concerned about how the radiation from cell phone towers is affecting childhood development and learning.

Hillary Clinton shilling for childhood health to advance her own bid for presidency

Though Clinton addressed various other topics related to childhood health, including the overuse of personal electronics like iPhones and iPads, her true focus was elsewhere: on her own presidency. Commenting on the content of Clinton's speech, San Diego State University history professor Beth Pollard told U-T San Diego that it reeked of politicking.

"She started to talk about the erosion in our leaders and people working hard to make ends meet," Pollard, also a pediatrician, is quoted as saying. "She was beginning to distance herself from this administration."

Clinton also reportedly pushed a new "literacy tool kit" to provide government guidance on how to advance the verbal development of young children. This kit, which seeks to convince more parents to rely on pediatricians rather than their own families for how to best raise children, will reportedly be distributed to the roughly 62,000 members of the AAP.


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