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Thursday, September 15, 2016

Pneumonia? Hillary Received Neurological Test Before She Collapsed

Image shows Clinton grasping fingers of nurse

Despite her campaign claiming it was pneumonia that led to her ill health in New York on Sunday, Hillary Clinton was caught on camera receiving a neurological test from someone who appeared to be a nurse.

The image shows Hillary grasping the woman’s fingers with her fist, which is a classic motor neuron test to determine abnormalities in the nervous system.

The NYU School of Medicine details how the test is conducted:

“Test the patient’s grip by having the patient hold the examiner’s fingers in their fist tightly and instructing them not to let go while the examiner attempts to remove them. Normally the examiner cannot remove their fingers. This tests the forearm flexors and the intrinsic hand muscles. Compare the hands for strength asymmetry.”



Anonymous said...

Based on photos released since, it appears her physician is the one giving the motor skills test at the 9/11 event.

Anonymous said...

Her doctor also claimed that Hillary had a non-contagious form of Pneumonia.

A non-contagious form of Pneumonia doesn't exist!

Zorro said...

M.S. she is doomed

Cass said...

Just being checked to see if she has a heart. We already know she is lacking a brain!

Anonymous said...

Right 6:31!!!! And Zorro do you think MS? I leaning towards Parkinson's but I have a distant cousin with MS who like Clinton for years before she became wheel chair bound had legs that looked like Clinton's. No other way to describe except for saying tree trunks.

Anonymous said...

So what happens if she's president and negotiating deals with foreign leaders and she has one of her "spells"?

Anonymous said...

I think Schummer is trying to steal her purse.

Anonymous said...

Gee I sure hope she doesn't drop dead on stage while debating Trump. That would be terrible wouldn't it?