Hillary Clinton’s unbridled lust for power and money are driving her to keep going in her presidential quest, even if it kills her.
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According to pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli, footage of Hillary Clinton exhibiting bizarre behavior is proof that the presidential candidate is suffering from Parkinson’s disease.
Citing his “15 year background in drug discovery and pharmaceuticals,” Shkreli asserts that the videos of Hillary’s strange facial movements and her difficulties with walking are “pretty unmistakable signs of Parkinson’s disease.”
Explaining that a stroke or a concussion wouldn’t explain the symptoms, Shkreli says that Hillary’s walking difficulties are a “cardinal symptom of Parkinson’s disease” and what is known as “freezing gait”. Shkreli adds that he helped develop a drug to treat the problem.
Hillary’s “on-off episodes” are a result of dopamine depletion, according to Shkreli, which is impacting Hillary’s movement.
“We’ve all seen the videos of her kind of making these perplexed facial movements,” says Shkreli, noting that Hillary’s over-reaction to balloons at the DNC was “unusual” because it betrayed an “inability to control her facial movements”.
However, Hillary’s seizure-like behavior in response to reporters asking questions in another clip was even more odd because she “made this involuntary movement for about ten seconds which was truly unusual,” states Shkreli, identifying the condition as a form of Parkinson’s-induced dyskinesia.
“This ia classic symptom….if you showed someone that symptom and said ‘name the disorder’ it’s not a seizure….that is simply involuntary movement, it’s PD-LID, no doubt about it in my mind,” adds Shkreli, concluding that when matched with Hillary’s “freezing gait,” it “explains everything.”
Shkreli emphasizes the fact the he is non-partisan and has given more money to Democrats than Republicans.
Despite his controversial background (Shkreli was once labeled the “most hated man in America” for raising the price of the drug Daraprim by 5556 per cent), his voice adds to the innumerable health experts and doctors who have been asking serious questions about Hillary’s ill health.
What you need to know about Parkinson’s Disease is covered at Parkinson.org.
“Parkinson’s disease is a very slowly progressive neurodegenerative condition affecting multiple circuits in the brain,” says Okun. “Because the brain is part of the central nervous system, there are numerous complex and interrelated neural pathways involved that affect every aspect of human functioning. Therefore, the disruption of neural circuitry in the brain can lead to a wide range of deficits of varying severity. With Parkinson’s, the specific circuits affected result in a range of motor manifestations such as tremors, stiffness, and disrupted walking.”
In the United States alone, between 50,000 and 60,000 new cases of PD are diagnosed each year, and it is currently the 14th leading cause of death in our country. The cause of the disease remains uncertain, though research suggests genetics and environmental factors could play a role, and men have a somewhat higher risk than women, says Okun.
When one suffers from Parkinson’s disease, brain cells die in various parts of their brain, including a region called the substantia nigra, or “black substance,” explains Okun. Degeneration in this part of the brain causes neurons to fire without normal control, leaving Parkinson’s patients with motor symptoms like tremors and rigidity. Potential early symptoms that precede actual motor disruptions include vivid dreams, constipation, and loss of smell.
Parkinson’s patients also experience non-motor symptoms, which studies have shown may be even more disabling. These symptoms may include depression, anxiety, and sexual dysfunction.
If the diagnosis of PD is correct, then this is Hillary’s future. Do you really want a president like this?