One of the talents Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton frequently exhibits, besides lying, is her ability to find myriad scapegoats and excuses for her behavior. Recently, she’s blamed her troubling coughing fits and “fainting” on allergies… then overheating… and then pneumonia.Despite the campaign “coming clean” two days after the candidate’s pneumonia diagnosis — and swears there are no further “undisclosed” conditions (means so much coming from them, doesn’t it?) — there are still many who believe the pneumonia diagnosis just doesn’t add up. Dr. Zuhdi Jasser M.D. a physician for the Navy and Congress, suggested Hilary’s medical emergency was not caused by dehydration; rather, it was something cardiovascular or neurologic.
Dr. Zuhdi Jasser: What she had was a syncopal episode. She passed out. That’s either cardiovascular or neurologic. Now, her team wants us to believe it is dehydration. She didn’t appear to be dehydrated and that doesn’t get fixed in 90 minutes. So I can tell you that it really appears and if I let a patient with the condition of syncope leave my office, and not get admitted, and get evaluated immediately, that would be malpractice. So there’s something going on.
NBC’s “Nightly News” anchor Tom Brokaw said Hillary should “go to a hospital, see a neurologist, and get a clean report if it is available to her.”
And now, photos and video are surfacing that suggest the Democrat presidential nominee’s caretakers are indeed concerned with her neurological health. In fact, she appears to have received a neurological test moments before collapsing on Sunday.Via The Gateway Pundit:
Video of Chuck Schumer at Ground Zero with Hillary Clinton makes it look like he knew she was ill.
Schumer is seen waving at Hillary’s face even though she is less than two feet away from him.
So why would he wave like that to a person standing right next to him?Here’s the video of Schumer — and note the nurse giving Hillary the neurological test right next to him.
A moment later the nurse tested Hillary’s neurological responses.
The NYU School of Medicine details how the test is conducted:
“Test the patient’s grip by having the patient hold the examiner’s fingers in their fist tightly and instructing them not to let go while the examiner attempts to remove them. Normally the examiner cannot remove their fingers. This tests the forearm flexors and the intrinsic hand muscles. Compare the hands for strength asymmetry.”
Looks like what’s happening in the image above, doesn’t it? Why do you suppose she’d be receiving a neurological test if she was simply suffering from pneumonia (or overheating, the original excuse), as her campaign claims?
Think some of the newly-awakened press might ask about this when the candidate resurfaces in public later this week?
[This article was written by Michelle Jesse, Associate Editor]