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    (Original post by KingBradly)
    What you are doing is looking at a symptom that very obviously appears to be a seizure. You are then putting into doubt that all is what it seems, and to express such doubts you must clearly think that you have enough knowledge for your doubts to be worthy of being given credence, and you must also think that you must have enough knowledge to able to doubt what plainly appears to be true, and let's face it, it does indeed plainly appear to be true that Hillary suffers a Jacksonian seizure here.
    Im not the one making a claim here. You are, one you cannot back up with any more evidence than you think or feel. You aren't a doctor and even if you were your opinion would be worthless without examining the patient. For whatever reason you've latched on to what is at this point nothing more than a conspiracy theory, linking together events that are months apart to form some narrative or another.

    Nothing in this thread is plainly true since no one here has any of the expertise or ability to prove their claims. Maybe she's sick maybe she's in a hospital bed somewhere and the Hiliary we see is three midgets inside a coat. We don't know and won't ever know. But I can safely say that speculating about someone's health through youtube videos and Internet images is one of the dumbest things anyone can attempt.

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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    Are you a doctor though?
    Don't worry about it. The other guy in this thread, he said his mum is a doctor and works for the NHS and she said it was a seizure so it must be true.

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    I am not a medical doctor but I believe in my heart that there is something medically wrong w/ Hillary Clinton and I mean more than an allergy cough or pneumonia. I don't believe she is having seizures (perhaps) but my uncle suffered from (and died from) Parkinson's disease. The involuntary head bobbing and then especially the video leaving the 9/11 Memorial Service all looks to me of Parkinsons. She looked like she couldn't even step forward which is how my uncle was and he continued to progress from there or, heaven forbid, ALS. Why would she continue to run if she knows she sick and it would most likely impact a presidential run or even the presidency? Because she has planned to run for President for a verrrry long time. She wants to be in the history books as the first female President of the U.S. If she weren't able to complete a term she'd still have been elected first female president..... I think it is that simple. Plus, like her or not, she has had numerous scandals surrounding her name and nothing ever 'sticks' - like tefalon. When you've lived much of your life void of consquences you start to think you're invincible and perhaps she feels she can deal w/ health issues the same way too.
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    Shes nearly 69, Trump 70.
    the saviour is Bernie Sanders at 143
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    (Original post by Hopefully1)
    I am not a medical doctor but I believe in my heart that there is something medically wrong w/ Hillary Clinton and I mean more than an allergy cough or pneumonia. I don't believe she is having seizures (perhaps) but my uncle suffered from (and died from) Parkinson's disease. The involuntary head bobbing and then especially the video leaving the 9/11 Memorial Service all looks to me of Parkinsons. She looked like she couldn't even step forward which is how my uncle was and he continued to progress from there or, heaven forbid, ALS..
    Could also definitely be kuru. Definitely. A random instance of erratic movement? Totally feels like kuru. I have a really strong feeling. Med school taught us all about going with the strong feelings in our hearts when making diagnoses. If my feelings were any stronger, my knees would give way tbh.

    Have you considered applying to med school btw? You'd ace the interviews.
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    I have no idea what that was but somebody tell her never to do it again.
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    Ha! Nope - no desire to go to med school but I do believe given time we'll all find out she has something other than allergies and pneumonia. I disclosed that I'm not a medical professional but a lot of good diagnosticians make a diagnosis based on 'gut' feeling then prove it right.
    I'm not trying to diagnose Ms Clinton, that's not my job ..... but, it may take some time, but I believe that we will find out what is truly wrong with her....but that won't happen before the election...that is for sure.
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    (Original post by abc:))
    I didn't even realise until today that she is 68 and Trump is 70 - like woaaah. Retire already.

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    They are both obsessed with delusions of power.

    They'd be better off spending their vast fortunes on a cushy retirement rather than shortening their lifespans in a very stressful job for whatever nefarious purposes they (or their handlers) have.
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    (Original post by Democracy)
    Could also definitely be kuru. Definitely. A random instance of erratic movement? Totally feels like kuru. I have a really strong feeling. Med school taught us all about going with the strong feelings in our hearts when making diagnoses. If my feelings were any stronger, my knees would give way tbh.

    Have you considered applying to med school btw? You'd ace the interviews.
    Watch the video of hillary's collapse again and ask yourself this: if this was the first time she has ever passed out, is this how her aides would react?
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    Trump is nuts and Hillary is a psychopath.
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    Meanwhile, corrupt Hillary continues her campaign without conducting press conferences, which is highly unusual for a US presidential candidate. Zero Hedge reports it has been 273 days (absolute zero) since her last press conference! Clearly we can deduce from this that Hillary is scared of being asked some tough questions, given how flooded she is with scandal after scandal (Clinton Foundation fraud and corruption, email deletions, foreign bribery, pay to play shenanigans, the growing Clinton Body Count, etc.). There’s nothing open and transparent about her; she’s barely holding on, keeping quiet and hoping Trump will shoot himself in the foot some more between now and November 8th.
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    The doctors said that she has pneumonia. I think we can trust doctors more than anyone else on the issue of health.
    To be fair, did they say that it is ONLY pneumonia, in other words did they say that apart from the pneumonia she is in perfect health, because unless they did such an appeal to authority can only conclusively say that she has pneumonia, if we accept the premises that the doctor is correct and telling the truth.

    Did any of her doctors say this, or are you assuming?

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    (Original post by KingBradly)

    As far as I know, pneumonia don't cause seizures like that.
    and who are you exactly?
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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    and who are you exactly?
    Just look up the symptoms dude.
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    It doesnt matter what the symptoms are, only neurological battery can confirm a seizure.
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    Is bald face lying to the public a symptom?
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    (Original post by KingBradly)
    Just look up the symptoms dude.
    OK then. I'm gonna make up my own internet diagnosis. Just like a soldier can faint whilst standing to attention a 68 yr old woman can faint when having to stand for a long time at a 9/11 memorial thing.

    Just look up the symptoms dude.
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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    OK then. I'm gonna make up my own internet diagnosis. Just like a soldier can faint whilst standing to attention a 68 yr old woman can faint when having to stand for a long time at a 9/11 memorial thing.

    Just look up the symptoms dude.
    She didn't faint. She lost control over her legs and possibly arms.
 
 
 
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