Hillary Clinton hiding her Parkinson’s disease?

Hillary Clinton hiding her Parkinson's disease?

The United States commemorated the September 11 incidence yesterday.

The focus of the events shifted to Democratic Party’s presidential aspirant when she was spotted sneaking off the venue.

A video captured outside the scene appeared to show her stumbling as she was helped into her van.

Clinton’s Campaign office later released a statement stating that she was diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday after the doctor evaluated her cough.

“She was put on antibiotics, and advised to rest and modify her schedule.

“While at this morning’s event, she became overheated and dehydrated.

“I have just examined her and she is now re-hydrated and recovering nicely,” Clinton’s personal Physician, Lisa Bardack, said.

The story doesn’t really add up.

And the veil is lifted… Her health concerns are obviously no longer conspiracy or theory.

And the explanations coming out of the Clinton camp of pneumonia or allergies just doesn’t hold under scrutiny.

Her fainting spells have been going on for some time.

She’s had more than one health concern.

She goes off the grid for short periods of time and reappears looking like tired.

CNN has been reporting all day that she was diagnosed with Pneumonia on Friday.

If that is the case when of Friday did she have time to go to go to the doctor?

She had an absolutely full schedule so what time exactly did she visit the doctor’s office and have a full checkup including xrays, blood work, a physical examination and whatever else was involved to diagnose someone for Pneumonia?

If it is bacterial Pneumonia, she would have been contagious.

So why would she have been around so many people including her grandchild which her staff told the press she was playing with after the episode?

The pieces do not fit.

Recall that Wikileaks revealed Clinton is researching on a Parkinson’s disease drug.

We wish her a speedy recovery, but her episodic coughs, giddiness and physique spells of something more than Pneumonia.