Hillary Clinton health issues have been subject to suspicion, as people and theorists are of the notion that her body is gradually deteriorating.
It has been earlier reported that her weakening health caused a frenzy among social media users and Internet journalists. According to Morning News USA’s earlier reports, the former First Lady is suffering from dementia. She has gone through multiple seizure-like symptoms, accompanied by bizarre facial tics and involuntary movements.
Recently, Clinton is always in need of stools while offering a speech during rallies. She can barely stand up these days, as photographs of her aided by others while climbing the stairs have surfaced.
Suspiciously, she took a fall on Monday, August 15, moments after delivering a speech at a Pennsylvania gathering. She was rescued by Vice President Joe Biden, and they mutually hushed the incident with a quick laugh. This made spectators and theorists interested in what is going on with her health, and moreover, if she is fit to be President of the United States.
Dr. Drew Pinsky said that he was intensely worried about the health care the Democratic nominee is receiving, as reported by Breitbart. “I’m very concerned about people — journalists — and people with no medical training even discussing these issues. They need to bring physicians in,” Dr. Drew said.
“The fact is, she released her medical records some time ago, based on the information that she has provided and her doctors have provided, we were gravely concerned not just about her health, but her health care.”
The doctor also said that with the information provided, the medical treatment the former Secretary of State is receiving may be unconventional and out of date, which is concerning.
The Washington Post reported that the theories about her degrading health are nothing but false. The spokesperson for the campaign said that even her main physician, Dr. Lisa Bardack, released official statements regarding the fake medical reports circulated on the Internet with her name on it.
The spokesperson also said that reports of the presence of on-site medical experts during the Democratic nominees travels and the anti-seizure medication are also false.