Hillary Clinton Fake Diagnosis: Doctor Slams Lisa Bardack, Illness Is Non-Existent
A doctor slams the physician who diagnosed Hillary Clinton calling her illness non-existent. Dr. Milton Wolf tweeted some choice words for Lisa Bardack, Mrs. Clinton’s physician who diagnosed the Democratic nominee with non-contagious bacterial pneumonia.Advertisement
Dr. Wolf’s beef with Dr. Bardack’s diagnosis? Non-contagious bacterial pneumonia does not exist! It’s pure fiction says the doctor, so how in the world did the presidential nominee catch it?
The doctor wasted no time in showing how ridiculous the diagnosis is for Hillary Clinton seen here. He highlighted several ridiculous injuries saying that there are ICD-10 codes for each, but not for non-contagious bacterial pneumonia.
Hillary Clinton Diagnosis Pure Fiction?
For those not in the know, the ICD-10 is the 10th revision of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems. It contains codes for diseases, signs and symptoms, abnormal findings, complaints, social circumstances, and external causes of injury or diseases.
If it exists, he says — even at the mind of a bureaucrat — there’s an ICD-10 code for it. However, there’s no code for Mrs. Clinton’s fictional illness.
And before you think that he’s a Democrat looking out for the party’s top bet, Dr. Wolf is a conservative. In his official website MiltonWolf.com, he says he was born and raised in Lyons, a small farming community in central Kansas.
Dr. Wolf graduated from University of Kansas and attended the University Of Kansas School Of Medicine. There he became one of the top medical students in the country and was also inducted into Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society during his third year.
Dr. Wolf completed his residency in diagnostic radiology at the University of Missouri at Kansas City. He also trained at the Veteran Affairs Medical Center as well as at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center’s Armed Forces Institute of Pathology.
The married father of two is also running for the U.S. senate saying that he is a doctor, not a politician. He dislikes the idea of career politicians and takes pride in the premise that he has never run for political office before.
So what does Dr. Milton Wolf’s own opinion regarding the health of Hillary Clinton do for her? Not much given the amount of instances where the state of her health was displayed for the whole world to see.