In July of 2015, Hillary Clinton’s personal physician, Dr. Lisa Bardack, certified her to be physically fit for the office she is now seeking despite her concussion or mini-stroke and complications she now appears to be suffering from. Dr. Bardack wrote in a letter dated July 28th, 2015, “In summary, Mrs. Clinton is a healthy female with hypothyroidism and seasonal allergies, on long-term anticoagulation,” Bardack concludes. “She participates in a healthy lifestyle and has had a full medical evaluation, which reveals no evidence of additional medical issues or cardiovascular disease. Her cancer screening evaluations are all negative. She is in excellent physical condition and fit to serve as President of the United States.”
It seems that the good doctor may have been a bit generous in her evaluation of the former Secretary of State, especially given her medical challenges of the last few years and her spate of falls.
According to evaluations conducted in 2014 and 2015, Clinton was experiencing conditions which were potentially disqualifying to a presidential run. In February of 2014 Clinton was seen by Dr. Bardack with complaints of “blacking out for short periods of time, uncontrollable twitching, memory loss and fatigue.” The letter states that Clinton had complained that the symptoms were worsening, particularly over the last several months. She had been diagnosed as having Complex Partial Seizures in early 2013 and Subcortical Vascular Dementia. The doctor states that the conditions were deteriorating, not improving.
On the second Doctor visit, dated March 20th, 2015, things had continued to worsen for the woman who would be our queen. She was complaining of dizziness, fatigue, mini-seizures and memory loss. Clinton also told the doctor that she was experiencing frequent mini-seizures which caused her to black out for short periods of time. She also complained of depression.
The doctor states that Clinton advised her of her future plans, to run for president of the United States. Doctor Bardack responded by increasing her level of anti-depressant medications, anxiety medications and instructed her to travel [campaign] with a medical team. She also provided Clinton with a clean bill of health, clearing the way for her campaign.
Clinton’s erratic behavior, fatigue, extended periods out of the public eye, recent public seizures and incidents where she needed to be physically assisted as well as her odd behavior and extended cackling sessions indicate she is both medicated and unwell.
These documents, if genuine, in addition to the odd behavior, show Mrs. Clinton to be a person who is unfit to hold the office of president of the United States. Her medical condition is a separate issue from her immorality and criminal disqualifiers.
Dr. Bardack needs to speak to the veracity of these letters, which appear to be genuine, as well as the larger question of how she was able to give Clinton a clean bill of health when she is obviously still impacted and her condition worsening from the effects of the earlier medical events. Her letter of approval of Mrs. Clinton alone is enough to call into question the pretexts upon which she certified her as being in good health.
No mention was made as to the seizures which Clinton is now exhibiting public manifestations. There was also nothing said regarding the anxiety, depression, dementia, blackouts, memory loss or fatigue that is revealed in the letters. Any of those conditions alone should be sufficient to call into question her ability to function in the office. The combination should leave little doubt that she is unfit to hold the office. She’s barely able to function as a candidate.
Letters Source: Lame Cherry