Originally published August 11 2015
Is Hillary Clinton vaccine-damaged by aluminum and mercury?
by J. D. Heyes
(NaturalNews) In a recent interview, during what her spokespeople billed as a "listening tour" in New Hampshire, likely 2016 Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton seemed more like someone stricken with a medical condition than a potential leader who was interested in what people have to say.
As reported by The Daily Caller, a video of Clinton sitting with six "everyday Americans" at a children's toy and furniture factory shows her saying "uh-uh" an astounding 88 times.
As The DC noted, the response of "uh-huh" appears to be "a nervous tic" that the former First Lady, U.S. senator from New York and Secretary of State has developed:
Merriam-Webster defines "Un-huh" as used to indicate affirmation, agreement, or gratification."
According to "The Attention Deficit Disorder In Adults Workbook," the reason Mrs. Clinton repeated the phrase 88 times could be medical. "Many people with ADD have a habit of vocalizing 'Uh-huh' when asked to do something only to fail to follow through with what seemed to be a commitment," the book states.
What's wrong with this woman?
That passage is here.
But could it also be that the likely Democratic nominee has been brain-damaged by vaccines? Study after study has shown that the toxic effects of the mercury, also known in vaccines as thimerosal, causes brain damage and has links to autism. Clearly, there is something going on.
Or maybe Clinton just doesn't really care what "everyday Americans" actually think.
Maybe it is a combination of both. That would certainly help explain some of her behavior early on in a campaign that has had missteps, miscues and bad press from the outset:
-- That "spontaneous" visit to Chipotle: On her way to Iowa, the former first lady appeared to randomly stop at a Chipotle restaurant in Ohio, where she summarily "rubbed elbows" with ordinary folk (who did not notice who she was, since she essentially ignored their existence). The fact is, the entire thing was staged; the press was tipped off to her visit, as TownHall noted.
Why Chipotle's? Well, there's more to that restaurant selection as well. As reported by The Weekly Standard:
Chipotle has been tied to one of her family's outfits, the Clinton Global Initiative.
Last year, Chipotle's co-CEO Monty Moran spoke at the annual event in New York City. He shared a stage with other business leaders (including possible Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina) and even Bill Clinton himself.
-- Accepting foreign donations: While secretary of state, the Clinton Foundation accepted tens of millions of dollars from foreign donors -- i.e., governments who no doubt gave so generously because they sought to influence her decisions and her consultations with President Obama during her time as the nation's top diplomat, say some observers. As The Wall Street Journal reported, the board of the Clinton Foundation has recently decided to continue accepting donations from foreign governments, including Australia, Canada, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway and the UK.
No conflict of interest there.
-- No champion of "the little people": During a campaign stop in Iowa, Clinton campaign staffers confiscated Iowans' cell phones and cameras prior to meeting with the candidate.
"The Clinton campaign has been trying to control Hillary's campaign events as much as possible," The Weekly Standard reported.
"Taking the cellphones and cameras of possible voters, however, is usually reserved for high-level national security events, not campaign stops."
-- Ignoring parking rules: The same magazine reported that, during another campaign stop, Clinton's van (which has been named the "Scooby Van" in a desperate attempt to not appear out of touch) parked in a spot reserved for Americans with disabilities (a handicap parking space, in other words).
The campaign of Clinton has been so "managed" thus far that Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan remarked, "Hillary Clinton's announcement followed by her dark-windowed SUV journey into deepest darkest America was the most inept, phony, shallow, slickily-slick and meaningless launch of a presidential candidacy I have ever seen."
In a recent interview with Nevada reporter Jon Ralston, Hillary Clinton consistently got his name wrong, calling him "Joe" during the interview. Whether Hillary Clinton is vaccine-damaged or otherwise brain-damaged, it is clear that she is not fit to serve as Chief Executive of America's armed forces.
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