Is Hillary Clinton really afflicted with Parkinson’s disease?
For quite a while now, reports claiming that the 68-year-old politician and Presidential candidate suffers from the said medical condition have been making headlines.
In fact, a number of them have even noted of possible evidences that would prove the claim.
In an interview with Next News Network’s Gary Franchi, Dr. Ted Noel of Orlando, Florida appeared to have confirmed the allegation hurled at the former First Lady of the United States.
Medical Experts Speak Up
The medical practitioner, who claimed 36 years of experience, shared that by just examining the articles, photos and videos of Hillary Clinton, it is likely that she has Parkinson’s disease.
During the interview, through a video of posted on YouTube, he clarified that he is not the “treating physician” of Bill Clinton’s wife, therefore, he cannot claim that “what I’m about to tell you is a conclusive diagnosis.”
However, he ended the interview by saying that “Hillary Clinton has advanced Parkinson’s disease.”
Reacting to the interview, a certain Jeffry Packer questioned the veracity of the doctor’s statements.
“Has this doctor examined Hillary? Or is a rehearsed and remote diagnosis an adequate substitute for clinical science? (no, no),” he wrote. “Gary should have performed 30 seconds of due diligence, and resisted the urge to have someone that is not a Clinical Neuropsychologist, make unobjective [sic] remarks based on DOCTORED photos and clips.”
Meanwhile, Info Wars reported that a pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli, who reportedly has 15 years of experience in “drug discovery and pharmaceuticals,” alleged that the video of Hillary Clinton showing off a “bizarre behavior” is proof that she has Parkinson’s disease.
Accordingly, the politician’s “strange” facial gestures and the way she walks are “pretty unmistakable signs” of her condition.
Amid these unending speculations, Snopes pointed out that there is no truth to any of these.
Based on the statement of her personal doctor, Lisa Bardack, MD of Mount Kisco, New York, the opponent of Donald Trump is in “excellent physical condition.”
Bardack even continued saying that Hillary Clinton is “fit to serve as President of the United States.”