Brannon Howse: September 12, 2016
The video of Hillary Clinton’s health episode at the 9-11 memorial on 9-11-16 has gone viral and is raising lots of questions about her health and our nation’s national security and well being if she becomes President. What is wrong with Hillary Clinton? While we do not know her true health status at this time, could it be that Hillary is suffering from Parkinson’s Disease? Why is the media not asking these questions? If her health is so bad why is she continuing to run for President? While not a doctor or medical expert, Brannon has spent hours studying Parkinson’s Disease, the symptoms, as well as the reaction to the gold standard drug used to treat PD. Brannon is reporting on this information and is asking a lot of questions that need answers. What is the connection between Parkinson’s Disease, pneumonia, lack of balance or coordination, coughing fits, freezing or the lack of ability to move or walk, and involuntary motions of the head, mouth and eyes? Learn about the drug levodopa and dyskinesia which are reported to be involuntary movements caused by long term usage of the drug levodopa. ABC news reported on May 14, 2014 that Bill Clinton said it took Hillary Clinton 6 months to recover from a December 2012 concussion. CNN reported on January 1, 2013 that Hillary was treated for a blood clot in her head. What is the connection between traumatic brain injury and Parkinson’s Disease? Brannon quotes from nationally and internationally recognized medical websites as well as PD advocacy and research sites. News sites are reporting that Wikileaks released e-mails that reveal that when she was Secretary of State she had her staff research a known drug used by individuals with Parkinson’s. Thehill.com reported that on January 26, 2013 her close aide, Huma Abedin described Hillary in one communication as being often confused. This is a serious news story, national security issue, and this program is a public service for the American people.
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