Can You Spot Hillary Clinton’s Strabismus in this Philadelphia Speech?

As she looks to the right, her left eye seems to “overshoot” the target

This appears to be a new sympton for Ms. Clinton, and may signal a new phase of her medical condition. Update: A web entry from January 2013 states that Clinton’s strabismus dates back to her traumatic brain injury of December 2012. The re-emergence of this physical sign may be due to reasons listed below, or other causes of extreme fatigue in an aging woman being put under physical and mental stress for which she is unfit.

Hillary’s eyes appeared not in-sync with one another, as the left eye looked to be cock-eyed and displaced…

A montage of Hillary’s eye-catching moments before a small group of Temple University students can be seen …

Do you see Hillary’s cock-eyed moments? __ Source

Parkinson's and Strabismus Source

Parkinson’s and the Eye

A number of different medical conditions are associated with adult strabismus, including vascular diseases, Parkinson’s disease, myasthenia gravis, and thyroid disease:

Adult Strabismus

Sequential cranial nerve palsies caused by microvascular diseases have been reported. Examples of other medical conditions that can be associated with strabismus in adult patients include thyroid disease, myasthenia gravis, giant cell arteritis, Parkinson disease, and cerebrovascular disease.
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In the attempt to puzzle out the state of Ms. Clinton’s health in the absence of any transparency from her campaign, we must examine any and all information that is publicly available.

Dr. Bardack Test Hillary Clinton's Hand Grip Source

Dr. Bardack Christine Falvo Tests Hillary Clinton’s Hand Grip

After Hillary collapsed at the 9/11 memorial Dr. Lisa Bardack said she was diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday and given antibiotics, but had become dehydrated at the New York event. But in the image above before the collapse you can see Hillary is squeezing Dr. Bardack’s [Christine Falvo’s] fingers which is well known neurological test.
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Dr. Bardack Christine Falvo quickly assessed Ms. Clinton’s strength and accurately determined that she was in danger of imminent collapse. She was quickly rushed to a waiting black medical vehicle and whisked away out of sight, out of mind.

As can be seen in the video above, Ms. Clinton did collapse to her knees on the pavement, unable to get into the waiting vehicle under her own power. Falvo’s assessment was rapid and correct, and saved Ms. Clinton much greater embarassment had she collapsed in the middle of a large memorial crowd.

The photo above illustrates Ms. Clinton’s episodic muscle weakness from earlier in the year, something which is apparently becoming more and more common. Clinton is reported to have difficulty entering and exiting her campaign limos.

Hillary Pooped Source

Hillary Pooped

Extreme muscle weakness has apparently pursued Ms. Clinton even to campaign rallies, where she has difficulty standing for extended periods of time without assistance.

Dyskinesias can be caused by a number of medical conditions, but can offer additional clues to the candidate’s state.

Muscle Weakness, Dyskinesias, Strabismus

In the video below, Ted Noel M.D., a retired anesthesiologist with intensive care training and experience, tries to assemble as much public information on Clinton’s medical condition as possible. Noel thinks that Parkinson’s disease is the most likely diagnostic candiedate.

Parkinson’s disease causes dyskinesias. Muscle weakness can also accompany Parkinson’s. Adult strabismus is another of Clinton’s symptoms that can hitch a ride with Parkinson’s.

Other medical conditions, such as myesthenia gravis and hypothyroidism, might also cause Ms. Clinton’s muscle weakness, and adult strabismus, but they fail to account for her dyskinetic movements and her mental freezes seen in Dr. Noel’s video above.

Why Are Clinton’s Symptomatic Moments so Intermittent?

Since Clinton is increasingly being held away from the stresses and pressures of the limelit campaign trail, we have no way of knowing how frequently Ms. Clinton displays these symptoms, in private. It seems quite likely that Clinton is being rested most of the time, then medically primed for each public appearance — with a coterie of aides on constant standby, ready to whisk her away from the crowds.

If Clinton does indeed have Parkinson’s disease, she probably also has a deep brain stimulator (DBS) electrode implanted into her basal ganglia area. For someone with advanced Parkinson’s, a DBS can be the most effective therapy — but it is not a cure. A DBS can pump up her brain function temporarily, but sooner or later she must rest.

Is Clinton Developing Dementia?

Dementia is common in the advanced stages of Parkinson’s Disease. Assessment of any possible dementia is extremely difficult due to the extremely tight manner in which Clinton is being handled by medical and campaign aides. But when it comes to concealing a progressively degenerative neurological disease, time is not on the side of the Clinton campaign. The most that they can hope for is to keep the news media on the reservation, keep Ms. Clinton out of the limelight as much as possible so that she can rest and stay heavily medicated, and “run down the clock” to the presidential election in November — hoping that the well-practised national machine of voter fraud will do the trick once again in the large city precincts of swing states that will determine the election outcome.

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These problems need to be satisfactorily explained by the Clinton campaign and Hillary’s doctors before the public can believe that Ms. Clinton is fit to run for the highest US political office:

the falls, the difficulty walking up stairs or stepping into vehicles (needs a booster step), the times of “freezing” in her speech, or her memory problems (documented by FBI investigation from her interviews), volatile moods (widely reported by staff, Secret Service, etc. but also evident on videos of events when she lashes out at someone who disagrees with her). It seems to me there are still many serious questions about her fitness to serve as president of the United States, just based on what is evident in public videos of her.

[Dr. Elizabeth Lee] Vliet maintains a “neurocognitive evaluation by an independent expert is what’s needed and full release of the medical records, laboratory studies imaging studies etc.”
__ Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet quoted in “Doctors Debate Hillary Clintons Health Mysteries”

As for the concussions:

“The problem with concussions is that they are cumulative,” the physician said. “The brain does not recover completely from concussions, so particularly in older individuals, like Mrs. Clinton who is 68 years old, multiple concussions are an even more serious problem, given that memory problems can signal mental cognitive impairment that could lead to dementia.” __ More Doctors Debate Clinton’s Health Problems

Yet another diagnosis


This is no time for Hillary Clinton to be canceling campaign appearances and fundraisers. Can she go the distance, inquiring minds want to know?

Note: In the article above, Christine Falvo — the woman at the 9/11 memorial who saved Ms. Clinton from extreme embarassment by getting her whisked to a waiting vehicle before she collapsed in the crowd — was mistakenly labeled “Dr. Lisa Bardack.” The two women share the attributes of homeliness, excess poundage, and a bad choice in clients. Other than that, they are two separate entities, both caught up in the same corrupt political machine.

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11 Responses to Can You Spot Hillary Clinton’s Strabismus in this Philadelphia Speech?

  1. yoananda says:

    Yes. I can spot it.
    Will Hillary attend the TV debate with Trump next Monday ?
    This election is fascinating …

    • alfin2101 says:

      Clinton’s handlers are likely to rest her, medicate her, coach her, and interfere with debate moderators and rules to give her special concessions should she need them for the debate.

      Hillary’s supporters demand preferential treatment to accomodate her obvious handicaps, when any rational and conscientious person would make arrangements to have her replaced in the political race by someone more fit.

      • yoananda says:

        Can she be replaced that late in the race ?

        • ROBERT M SYKES says:

          Yes. Both parties have procedures for doing so, and there are legal mechanisms in each state. It may be impossible to change actual ballots, but Electors can be instructed to cast their votes for the replacement.

    • Sam Mensch says:

      Hillary has Myasthenia Gravis, not Parkinson’s.

      Admin: No, please, not Facebook! Good God, man!, have you no decency? No shame? 😉

  2. Matt Musson says:

    Don’t forget her cobalt blue lenses are recognized anti-siezure devices.

  3. Sam Mensch says:

    It’s called acute ophthalmoplegia from myasthenia gravis, not Parkinson’s

  4. Dude says:

    The left eye appears to “overshoot” but it is the right eye “undershooting.” She has hemiparesis of the right lateral rectus muscle. This is a sixth cranial nerve palsy causing her freak eye.

    You know the pen test to check gaze for field sobriety? It is almost useless for field sobriety but the gold standard for picking up oculomotor palsies of the cranial nerves.

  5. Sam says:

    It’s not strabismus. It’s called OPHTHALMOPLEGIA and it’s due to a neuromuscular disorder called MYASTHENIA GRAVIS.

    • alfin2101 says:

      Commenters: Please do not simply pass along unsubstantiated claims without providing your source. If you are a neurologist or opthalmologist, please say so. Otherwise, I will expect a full HR Clinton neurological workup from you including labs, scans, neurophysiological reports, neuropsychology, H & P, etc. etc. etc 😉

      In medicine, one often distinguishes between a physical sign, a disease diagnosis, pathophysiology, and broader etiology. Adult strabismus can double as a diagnosis, but it is primarily an observed physical sign. Opthalmoplegia is a general term describing paralysis or weakness of extraocular muscles, either singularly or in a group. It can help provide an etiological explanation for observed adult strabismus.

      Opthalmoplegia has many causes, only one of which is myasthenia gravis. The pathophysiologies for the various types of opthalmoplegiae vary wildly.

      In Clinton’s case, traumatic brain injury was an immediate precursor to adult strabismus — presumably due to traumatic opthalmoplegia or secondary intracranial clotting — back in December 2012 and continuing into 2013.

      The physical sign of adult strabismus seen in HR Clinton’s speech at Temple should be seen as a recurrence, exacerbated by age, stress, and possibly by degenerative neurological disease such as Parkinson’s, myasthenia gravis, etc — as noted in the main posting above.

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