Thursday, April 28, 2016

Demand Hillary show us her Medical Records. A Commander in Chief must be competent !

Hillary Health Horrors


Medical experts raise red flags, question her claimed recovery from brain trauma.

A traumatic brain injury Hillary Clinton suffered that she apparently never recovered from could render her unfit for the intense daily rigors of the presidency, a new report suggests.
After the former secretary of state returned late to the stage following a commercial break in a Democratic presidential candidates' debate in New Hampshire last month, many observers picked up on an excuse that there was a long lineup for the bathroom that forced Clinton to return to the stage when the debate had resumed.

But Breitbart News suggests that all-too-convenient explanation may have been a cover story that deflects from what really happened. A law enforcement source told Breitbart that "health issues stemming from a previous brain injury" kept Hillary from the stage and also hindered her ability to walk after the debate. Clinton's campaign denied their candidate was in poor health and said she quickly recovered from a concussion she suffered but her husband, former President Bill Clinton, is on record as saying that Hillary's injury “required six months of very serious work to get over.”
"These long-lasting symptoms stemming from a concussion and blood clot, according to a neurologist, suggest Clinton is suffering from post-concussion syndrome, which can severely impact her cognitive abilities," the Breitbart report states.
“Strong source just told me something I suspected. Hillary’s debate ‘bathroom break’ wasn’t that, but flare up of problems from brain injury,” former New York cop John Cardillo who provided VIP security details tweeted.
“I got this from both a [federal agent] … and I also got it from a New York [NYPD] guy who worked security at a Hillary event in New York City,” Cardillo said, adding:
"These are two people that aren’t just personal friends. I worked with one and then post law-enforcement worked with another on some related things. So, these aren’t anonymous people. These are good friends. Both of them told me the same thing, that after her speeches, whether she did a talk or a policy speech, she had to sit behind – she would come off the podium backstage – and have to sit and rest before making it back to the car because she was so fatigued, dizzy and disoriented."

Cardillo said his two sources, who don’t know each other and don't reside in the same state, have stories that "were almost identical.” One of the sources indicated Clinton was “very pale, kind of disoriented. He said she looked like she was about to faint. She was very pale, almost sweaty.”
GOP strategist Roger Stone, who used to work for GOP frontrunner Donald Trump, said he too has received inside information about Mrs. Clinton's failing health.
“A number of New York Democrats, very prominent, well-known, wealthy New York Democrats, told me last year that Hillary had very significant health issues and that they were surprised that she was running in view of her health problems and her lack of stamina,” Stone said. “So far, she’s run a very controlled campaign,”
“I don’t think she has the physical stamina to be president,” he stated. “I have no doubt that Sen. Marco Rubio won’t call her on it, but [Donald] Trump certainly would.”
“We also know that in the emails, of course, Huma Abedin … says that she is easily confused,” Stone added, referencing comments top Clinton aide Huma Abedin made about her boss in emails while working at the Department of State.

Trump has publicly questioned whether Clinton has the "stamina" be be president. “She goes out and she sees you guys for about 10 minutes, she sees you for a little while, it’s all rehearsed and staged,” Trump told Fox News recently.
“They’ll pick a couple of people out of the audience that are like, you know, 100 percent. She’ll sit around a little plastic table, they’ll talk to the people for a while. It’s ridiculous,” Trump said. “And then she goes away for five or six days and you don’t see her. She goes to sleep.”
According to Unlikeable: The Problem with Hillary, a book by Edward Klein, Clinton has suffered a series of strokes and is "frequently plagued" by "blinding headaches." In 2012 Clinton experienced a life-threatening concussion-related blood clot of her brain that made her "constantly worried" she would develop a new clot. On the campaign trail she has "felt faint and nearly swooned," but "[t]hose incidents were kept secret."
During the debate last month, Clinton was surprisingly incoherent at times.
Clinton appeared to compare Second Amendment supporters to Islamic terrorists. After discussing building a coalition to fight terrorists abroad, Hillary clumsily segued into disjointed commentary in which she seemed to argue that gun owners are a greater threat to the republic than jihadists:
"Because I think if you only think about the coalition abroad you’re missing the main point, which is we need a coalition here at home. Guns, in and of themselves, in my opinion, will not make Americans safer. We lose 33,000 people a year already to gun violence, arming more people to do what I think is not the appropriate response to terrorism. I think what is, is creating much deeper, closer relations and, yes, coalitions within our own country. The first line of defense against radicalization is in the Muslim American community. People who we should be welcoming and working with."
Then there was a bizarre gaffe Hillary made in November.
In a speech to the NAACP about forbidding prospective employers from asking job applicants about their criminal history, Mrs. Clinton, who is now under FBI investigation, offered what appeared to be a weird Freudian slip:
"Earlier today, I announced that as president I will take steps to ban the box so former presidents won’t have to declare their criminal history at the very start of the hiring process. That way they’ll have a chance to been seen as more than someone who has done time."
After examining a 2012 ABC News report about Clinton's concussion and blood clot, Board-certified neurologist Dr. Daniel Kassicieh of Sarasota, Fla., said Clinton's head injury appears to be adversely and significantly impacting her everyday performance.
“They were trying to poo-poo this off as a minor concussion, but I would just say that reading it and trying to take all the politics out of it, and just read it purely from a medical standpoint,” said Kassicieh, whom Breitbart discloses is a registered Republican.
"Considering the point of what happened with Hillary over this time period… the timeline… and then what has happened here more recently… the break at the debate, I saw that and even the commentators that were sitting there made a comment that, ‘Gee, that seems awful long for a break.’ Just looking at it from a neurological standpoint, the risk factors for developing post-concussion syndrome, one of them is age, and she was 65 when this happened… just from a physiologic standpoint that’s an older individual. Being female is a risk factor for post-concussion syndrome as well."
“For someone who has treated many post-concussion syndrome patients and that’s what I really believe she’s suffering from based on reading these reports and reading what’s happened,” Kassicieh said. “I think she has latent post-concussion syndrome, and I can understand that as a politician they would want to be covering that up.”
Dr. Jane Orient, executive director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, said the ABC News report raised concerns.
“Factors predisposing to clots include air travel, dehydration, hormones, immobilization as during surgery, blood abnormalities, cancer,” she said. “Concussions can cause long-term damage including cognitive problems, even when standard studies including CT or MRI look normal.”
“Not saying Mrs. Clinton has any of the above – just speaking generally and hypothetically,” she added.
In older adults post-concussion syndrome, Kassicieh said, "can be characterized by symptoms of persistent dizziness, complaints of memory difficulties, forgetfulness, loss of ability to focus on complex tasks or concepts and indecisiveness ... “Latent depression and overt anxiety are also common in this condition.”
The ABC News report established that Hillary wasn't "fully functional" as secretary of state, he said.
"As a neurologist, I would interpret these and more recent events involving Hillary as possibly showing signs of post-concussion syndrome. This condition could have serious impact on the cognitive and intellectual functioning of an individual, particularly a high level job as [President of the United States]."
Nationally syndicated talk show host and medical doctor Dr. Drew Pinsky told Breitbart that it's serious when a head injury patient is still exhibiting symptoms a year or more later.
“In my clinical experience, it’s very common for them to have six months and even up to a year of exercise intolerance, and sort of [needing] frequent rest, and can easily get overwhelmed,” he said of head injury victims. “But after a year, that’s something else.”
Pinsky said Clinton’s symptoms “are very serious.”
Breitbart sent eight specific questions about Hillary's medical condition to her campaign and got a cookie-cutter response. “These questions are all addressed in her health statement,” said a spokesperson in a reference to a July letter from Clinton’s physician, Dr. Lisa Bardack— chair of internal medicine at the Mount Kisco Medical Group in New York.
Bardack called Clinton a “healthy 67-year-old female whose current medical conditions include hypothyroidism and seasonal pollen allergies,” adding “[h]er past medical history is notable for a deep vein thrombosis in 1998 and in 2009, an elbow fracture in 2009 and a concussion in 2012."
“In December of 2012, Mrs. Clinton suffered a stomach virus after traveling, became dehydrated, fainted and sustained a concussion,” Bardack wrote, indicating that her patient was determined "to have a transverse sinus venous thrombosis" for which she began anti-coagulation therapy to dissolve the clot.
The concussion resolved itself, as did the thrombosis, the doctor wrote.




Saturday, April 23, 2016


BOMBSHELL REPORT: Ted Cruz’s College Political Past EXPOSED, He Doesn’t Want YOU To Know THIS

Cruz is a scumbag

Of course Rabid Cruz Bots ..... will call into question whether the information is true... all they really have to do is use their own resources and check it out for themselves. The INTERNET IS A HUGE RESOURCE!! USE IT..

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Apr 14, 2016 - Perhaps Cruz wanted extra reading time so he could proof read his political advertisements considering he wrote “three(sic) should be a ... Most notably, Ted Cruz tried to prevent Princeton from spending money to put locks on the dorm halls after the campus saw an incredible increase in sexual assaults.
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Dec 8, 2014 - Ted Cruz Was 25 Years Ahead Of His Time On Fighting Campus Rape ... Ted Cruz (R-Texas), the issue of sexual assault on college ... After leaving Princeton in 1992, Cruz said, he continued his efforts to fight sexual assault. ... "I'd like to see an increase in lighting and rape prevention education," he said in ...
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IndyStar attempted to survey all 57 delegates. ... Ted Cruz, the third candidate on the GOP side, is also campaigning hard in Indiana, where his .... Most notably, Ted Cruz tried to prevent Princeton from spending money to put locks on the dorm halls after the campus had seen an incredible increase in sexual assaults.

Ted Cruz was a bizarre politician in college. He hopes you forget that he lobbied for liberal causes while the school was facing a $1 million dollar deficit, that he opposed spending when it came to campus safety and dorm intrusion, that he was a proponent of spending when it came to social events and parties, and that if he was ever a maverick, it was in his forerunner status as a ‘rape culture’ fear monger.  Ted wants you to forget that the closest person in his life–whether it was his best friend in college, or his wife today–has always been inexorably linked to the financial institutions on Wall Street.

Most of all, Ted wants you to forget how badly he let his school down after a series of violent rapes took place, how he was preoccupied with parties, and how he tried to derail the implementation of a dormitory lock program every step of the way because he was afraid it would draw money away from social programs.

We have already unraveled his past as a liberal globalist lawyer, its high time we examine the younger Cruz.

Ted Cruz Socialism

Spend Liberal, Think Little



“Officials expect challenges in university’s fiscal future” Daily Princetonian, Nov 15, 1990

The truth is often stranger than fiction. PoliticalWave and America’s Freedom Fighters are able to report that Ted Cruz, while running for numerous positions within student government at Princeton (and failing miserably multiple times), proposed a bizarre platform of big spending for social services including meal forgiveness, the building of an excessive public facility, and extended study periods.  Perhaps Cruz wanted extra reading time so he could proof read his political advertisements considering he wrote 

three(sic) should be a three-day reading period before mid-terms.” (see above) This isn’t to say that Cruz was actually a socialist in the reddest sense of the word. In fact, he also heavily lobbied to reduce spending on multiple occasions. 

Most notably, Ted Cruz tried to prevent Princeton from spending money to put locks on the dorm halls after the campus saw an incredible increase in sexual assaults.  That’s right. Cruz was a big liberal spender on parties and a conservative on security.  But don’t worry folks, he will totally build us The Wall that he ripped off from Trump–but if you actually believe that I’m not sure its worth reading the rest of this article.  If you are not as naive as some of the most ardent Cruz supporters, have a look at this later advert from when Cruz was running for re-election. He could be applying for Greenpeace!


His Words, Not Mine

While commenting for the Daily Princetonian in 1990, Cruz was skeptical about how practical campus security measures were. “I personally don’t think it’s the best way of improving safety,” Cruz said. “I think the effect (locked entryways will have) in keeping people out of dorms is negligible. I do think it serves to be an inconvenience of being restrictive.” While Cruz said he believed locks would improve safety to a certain degree, he added, “perhaps the money could be better spent elsewhere.” Cruz was clearly okay with spending money on more social activities–he told his classmates just what they wanted to hear while running for class president. He just didn’t want to increase campus security.  This is all somewhat surprising considering he has often bragged about how important sexual assault has been to him “since” college, when Cruz was arguably one of the biggest enablers of it on Princeton–fighting the security staff the whole way through the process of security implementation.  Writing for Business Insider, Hunter Walker tried to claim that Cruz was “Ted Cruz Was 25 Years Ahead Of His Time On Fighting Campus Rape” and–forgive me Hunter–this is nothing more than complete bull.  Maybe Hunter just did a poor job researching for his piece and maybe it had to do with the fact that Cruz offered him an exclusive interview, but whatever the case Cruz was no advocate for women back in 90s and he isn’t one today either.  Based off of his promises to create more social opportunities, its hard to not wonder whether Cruz had difficulty getting his priorities straight. With the rising deficit looming in the background of administrators’ minds, its possible that Cruz felt security and parties were an either or decision and lobbied for what was most momentarily important to him.
It should probably be noted that Cruz opposed all of these minor security measures while serving on the Campus Safety Committee–a committee that he was a founding member of and a committee that was created for the purpose of implementing these very same measures.  The Daily Princetonian had this to say about the Safety Committee’s formation: “The ad hoc group was created in response to two incidents which took place within a week of each other — a rape in Prospect Gardens in January 1989 and a stabbing in Wilson College library.”  Keep the event in the Prospect Gardens in mind for a moment and we’ll come back to that in just a tick.  With a bit of speculation, its not hard to imagine that Cruz joined this Committee under the auspices of protecting the vulnerable all while fully intending to use it as leverage against a door locking program that he felt was too expensive.  This speculation is supported by a bit of evidence from another founding member who specifically cited “leaving doors unlocked” as one of the primary concerns of the group when it was formed. This concern seemed to quickly dissipate once Cruz got involved–which one former member would later point out.

Ted Cruz’s Bizarre Goal Develops

A year after the formation, Cruz was using the delegation as a means to push a radical low-budget agenda on security–an agenda that was not viewed well by his peers that almost unanimously ran on platforms of “campus safety, locked entryways and the addition of a second fulltime counselor for the Sexual Harassment/Assault, Advising, Resources and Education program.” Regardless of the will of the Princeton people, Cruz and his tight-knit crew converted cohorts began to aggressively demand a debate with faculty on the matter.
Interestingly enough, one of Cruz’s biggest allies in his ‘fight against safety’ was David Panton. Panton was Cruz’s debate partner and roommate during his later years of college.
[As an aside, it’s been rumored that Cruz, despite being almost universally disliked on campus, was stomached because of the universal popularity of Panton–the former of the debating duo would go on to work for the Bush campaign where he would meet his wife Heidi, a future Goldman Sachs executive, and the latter would begin working at Navigational Capital Partners–a private equity firm with close working ties to Goldman Sachs and would heavily contribute to Cruz’s Senatorial campaign and be one of the leading voices encouraging him to make a 2016 election bid. The best friend and wife of the would-be “outsider” are just at the periphery of the most universally distrusted Wall Street behemoth in America. A coincidence, I am sure.]
Back on topic. Panton, was also coincidentally a member on the Safety Committee (because Cruz wouldn’t try to jury pack a committee he was interested in influencing, of course) and had an alarming vision of what the goal of a safety committee should be: “The goal of the safety committee will be to restrain the university and keep them from splurging.” Odd, I thought the primary concern would be to encourage the university to take proactive and commonsense measures (like, I dunno, locks?) to prevent crime on campus.  The group was formed in response to a violent rape and stabbing, after all.
At the debate Cruz demanded take place (and hosted by the debate club Cruz played a leadership role in), Dick Spies, the vice president at the time, made sure to reference the 64 uninvited intruders that entered into the dormitories in the Fall semester of 1989 alone. Despite this inconvenient truth, Cruz put on his best show of feminism arguing that “the greater problem is date rape, or assaults by other students, which the planned system would do nothing to stop.”  That’s right, Cruz was a ‘Rape Culture’ pioneer–but only to prevent people from locking the doors on dorm halls, because Cruz didn’t want other measures to be implemented outside of the dorms either.  Do you remember that vicious rape mentioned above that took place in the campus Prospect Gardens?  It was suggested that those gardens should be locked at night to prevent assailants from taking advantage of their seclusion–Cruz was an opponent of that measure too. The only measure that he was in favor of was better campus lighting. But why did he oppose locking off the campus gardens? Because Cruz didn’t “like the statement it makes!”   Walls don’t make great statements either.  Just like locks their presence is a giant “Do Not Enter” sign.

The Tale Of Two Teds: His And Reality’s

Now, all of this is very strange because Cruz won over support (if 50 students finding his argument valid isn’t substantial, it is still 50 students more than one should expect) among the student body. He was able to manipulate the agenda of the committee he had gained a seat on within one year, so that the group which was founded with the intention of locking the dorms, now opposed the security measure entirely.

Barry Langman,  former member of the committee, was understandably confused by the swift transition from support to opposition.  Eventually, Ted’s cabal accepted a pilot program in a select number of dorms–but only after there was a special button added to the door systems so that students could complain if any issues cropped up.  Jerrold Witsil, was the Director of Public Safety during this debacle and his final words to Ted on the matter were as follows: “Ted! Ted! Give it up, Ted! We’re not looking at the locks on entryway doors in a sense of ‘that’s the answer,’ It’s a package. There are more lights and more phones coming.”
Still, Ted did not “give it up.”  A year later, using campus funds, the wannabe fiscal conservative was still going at it and hosted an event to further assess the program.  This was Ted’s final stand, and The Daily Princetonian seemed to have had enough of Cruz’s shenanigans, running an article titled “Forum on dormitory locks draws extremely sparse student turnout,” this time it was Dick Spies and student government ally, Sharon Simpson, that got the last word. “It is the university’s responsibility — and my responsibility to decide on behalf of the university —to create a safe environment on campus,” said Spies.  And, Simpson with an obvious quip at Cruz agreed “No system is going to work,” she said, “if the students don’t care and don’t cooperate.”

Ted’s war on safety, his encouragement of fiscal irresponsibility for the sake of parties, his distaste for sensible expenses for the sake of security, and his incessant need to argue and be proven right in the eyes of his peers thankfully all failed. But Cruz’s campaign against campus security would be warped and woven into a narrative about being a personal champion of “protecting” women’s rights.  How he thought he was protecting them by encouraging an “another year of vulnerability,” as Spies would describe it, I don’t know.  Maybe he wanted to have the money spent “elsewhere,” maybe he wanted to power trip over administrators. One thing is sure from this example: just like Cruz’s fake filibuster and just like the time he assisted in shutting down the government–Cruz has never been one to make deals, never one to compromise. He has always been an obstinate instigator and he cannot be trusted with the Oval Office for that reason alone.