VIDEO: Hillary’s Eyes Keep Criss-Crossing At Second Debate

Anesthesiologist Dr. Ted Noel has posted a new video entitled Hillary’s Parkinson’s Can’t Hide – Even at the Debate.  He scrutinized Hillary Clinton’s actions during and immediately following the second presidential debate.  In his video, Dr. Noel illustrates how Hillary’s eyes criss crossed repeatedly both during the second debate as well as in a post-debate interview she gave to CBS aboard her plane.

Dr. Noel explains why and how Hillary ‘s eyes movements are examples of “Wilson’s sign“, a distinctive characteristic of Parkinson’s sufferers.  Parkinson’s disease (PD) is not just a motor disorder; it is an incurable, debilitating disease that impairs one’s mental ability, affects behavior, sleep, and the brain’s ability to control movement.


Dr. Noel concludes Hillary Clinton “had clearly Levadopa-induced dyskinesia of her eyes, that is, side effects of high levels of the drug.   This is characteristic of people with Parkinson’s disease and is unlikely to represent any other disease.  She’s sick.”

Susan Swift

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