Parkinson’s expert: Hillary had multiple tremors during first debate — Video

Parkinson’s expert: Hillary had multiple tremors during first debate — Video

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Hillary seizures debateIn a video posted to YouTube on Wednesday, Dr. Ted Noel, a retired doctor specializing in Parkinson’s Disease, told talk show host Josh Bernstein that Democrat Hillary Clinton experienced several tremors during the first debate with GOP nominee Donald Trump.  The tremors were so small and so minor that most people — especially those not trained to recognize the symptoms — missed them completely.

Here’s the interview with Dr. Noel in its entirety:

Bernstein referenced the video of the debate posted by ABC15 Arizona, which can be seen here (and below), and took note of the relevant locations where the tremors can be spotted:

  • 17 mins to 18 mins-right and left hand tremors
  • 35 minutes-pill rolling tremor
  • 54 minutes-pill rolling tremor
  • 1hr 7mins-pill rolling tremor
  • 1hr 22min to 1hr 24min-eye darting/crossed eyed

Here’s the debate video:

Here’s the first right and left-hand tremor referenced in the interview.  It’s impossible to tell in a still capture — one has to actually watch the video to detect it, but it is there:

tremorAnd here’s the first pill-rolling tremor:


They also discussed Hillary’s “crazy” eye movements, which have been seen at more than one event.  According to Dr. Noel, this is very common with Parkinson’s Disease.

The main question, of course, is whether or not Clinton would be able to function as president if she were to be elected.  As Dr. Noel noted, the disease will only get worse over time.

There has been lots of talk about Hillary’s health, as WND noted:

And, it has been revealed that one of her top aides extensively researched a drug used to treat Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases.

While he worked for her at the State Department, Clinton Deputy Chief of Staff Jake Sullivan investigated the drug Provigil, according to an October 2011 emails sent to Clinton.

In one email, Sullivan tells Clinton the military administers Provigil, a drug that’s also used to treat narcolepsy and sleep-wake disorders.

He said doctors often prescribe Provigil to treat “excessive sleepiness in patients with Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and multiple sclerosis.”

And a Google search provided this list of symptoms:

Tremor: can occur at rest, in the hands, limbs, or can be postural
Muscular: stiff muscles, difficulty standing, difficulty walking, difficulty with bodily movements, involuntary movements, muscle rigidity, problems with coordination, rhythmic muscle contractions, slow bodily movement, or slow shuffling gait
Sleep: daytime sleepiness, early awakening, nightmares, or restless sleep
Whole body: fatigue, dizziness, poor balance, or restlessness
Cognitive: amnesia, confusion in the evening hours, dementia, or difficulty thinking and understanding
Speech: impaired voice, soft speech, or voice box spasms
Mood: anxiety or apathy
Nasal: distorted sense of smell or loss of smell
Urinary: dribbling of urine or leaking of urine
Facial: jaw stiffness or reduced facial expression
Also common: blank stare, constipation, depression, difficulty swallowing, drooling, falling, fear of falling, loss in contrast sensitivity, neck tightness, small handwriting, trembling, unintentional writhing, or weight loss
Does any of this sound familiar?

Dr. Noel discusses the issue further in this video:


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