Hillary Clinton Has Dementia, Leaked Medical Records Reveal!

Hillary Clinton Has Dementia, Leaked Medical Records Reveal!
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Hillary Clinton has dementia, and it may have been proven by a photograph of a medical record released on Twitter.


The shattering medical history related to Hillary Clinton’s health says that the former Secretary of State is suffers from “Dementia, Seizures, Blackouts” and more. According to SuperStation95, if Hillary Clinton has dementia, she is actually medically unfit to be President of the United States.

A now-deleted Twitter account titled @HillsMedRecords came out of nowhere and published the records on August 8 2016. The user behind the account claimed that the photos were leaked medical records revealing the poor health of the former First Lady.

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As a result of the viral post, the owner quickly deleted the account. However, screenshots of the shocking medical history records continued circulating on Twitter. The photo alleges that the documents were prepared by Dr. Lisa Bardack on February 5 and March 20 2014.

The alleged medical history record stated that the Democratic front-runner was diagnosed with early-onset Subcortical Vascular Dementia in 2013. After she made regular doctor visits, it was suggested that the condition was getting worse. The alleged records added that the Democratic presidential candidate suffered intensified Complex Partial Seizures between 2013 and 2014.

The suspicious part regarding these reports was the doctor who prepared them. In reality, Dr Bardack recently attested to the former First Lady’s medical fitness to serve as president. The doctor was directly named in an article by TIME about the Democratic nominee’s health.

“Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is in ‘excellent physical condition,’ her doctor said in a letter,” TIME wrote in the article.

“According to Dr. Lisa Bardack, her physician, Clinton, is in good health, currently diagnosed with only hypothyroidism and seasonal pollen allergies.”

Snopes noted a few glitches in the alleged record, like Dr Bardack’s designation, and that the reports were printed on plain paper, unlike other medical records. However, the irregular fits, seizures, and blackouts she goes through is suggesting that Hillary Clinton has dementia.

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  • Jizz Trumpet

    I could create a document like that, print it out and take a pic with a cell phone and – Voila! But there is no difference between lies, conspiracy theories or truth (rarely seen) in the right-wing world – just as long as it makes a headline or click-bait, it’s not intended to be factual. Always make an assertion (without any verifiable evidence) followed by and exclamation point or make a suggestive statement followed by a question mark – works every time.

    • freereel

      It’s totally bogus. That’s why Hillary has refused to release her medical records.

  • Rockets

    Is there any proof that all major cable news networks manufactured the videos of her that show she’s not right?

  • Hughspeaks

    According to the Alzheimer society, the most common cognitive symptoms in the early stages of vascular dementia are:
    * problems with planning or organising, making decisions or solving problems
    * difficulties following a series of steps (eg cooking a meal)
    * slower speed of thought
    * problems concentrating, including short periods of sudden confusion.
    A person in the early stages of vascular dementia may also have difficulties with:
    * memory – problems recalling recent events (often mild)
    * language – eg speech may become less fluent
    * visuospatial skills – problems perceiving objects in three dimensions.

    As vascular dementia progresses, many people develop behaviours that seem unusual or out of character. The most common include irritability, agitation, aggressive behaviour and a disturbed sleep pattern. Someone may also act in socially inappropriate ways. Occasionally a person with vascular dementia will strongly believe things that are not true (delusions) or – less often – see things that are not really there (hallucinations).

    If the leaked documents are genuine, then Hillary’s people are perpetrating a massive fraud on the American public, since she’s clearly unfit to serve as POTUS (can you imagine someone with problems with planning and organising, memory loss, aggressive behaviour, delusions and hallucinations as POTUS, and with their finger poised on the nuclear button?). Not to mention the fact that there’s an average 5 year life expectancy from the time of diagnosis (which, according to the leaked documents, was mid-2013). She’d be unlikely to complete the term, and there’s a good chance the VP would have to take over just months after the election.