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Bill Clinton Exhibits Symptoms Of Parkinson’s Disease During Iowa Rally Speech For Hillary

“I have a condition that sometimes you get with aging,” Clinton said at the time, the Huffington Post reported. “You may have noticed it; my hand has a little tremor when I’m tired and a lot of people do when they’re older.”
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In 2013, Clinton denied having Parkinson’s.

According to the website parkinson.org, two of the main symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease are a shaking tremor and an overly soft, hoarse speaking voice. Bill Clinton exhibits both of these symptoms in a recent campaign speech for his legal wife, Hillary Clinton. Watch his left hand starting at the :25 mark:

In 2013, Clinton denied having Parkinson’s.

“I have a condition that sometimes you get with aging,” Clinton said at the time, the Huffington Post reported. “You may have noticed it; my hand has a little tremor when I’m tired and a lot of people do when they’re older.”

“The first time it happened, I had to go get myself checked to make sure I didn’t have Parkinson’s [disease],” he said.

He said his doctor claimed he didn’t though Clinton didn’t say what condition he has.

Muhammad Ali Parkinson Interview 1981:

A very revealing interview with Muhammed Ali where he categorically denies that he has Parkinson’s Disease, even though the symptoms were advanced at this point. His last two fights he took a tremendous beating because he was unable to respond to the onslaught of blows rained down upon him. 

In the last days of his boxing career, Muhammed Ali vehemently denied he had Parkinson’s Disease even though you could hear how unnaturally hoarse his voice had become at a relatively young age. Like Clinton, Ali also claimed to have been checked out by doctors and was told he didn’t have the disease. It is very hard for vigorous men like Ali and Clinton to come to terms with having such a debilitating illness.

In addition to the shaking, Bill Clinton in the video can be heard struggling to speak because his voice is so rough and hoarse, which is one of the major signs of Parkinson’s.

Having a “first man” with a crippling disease does not bode well for Hillary’s chances to win in light of her recent stroke/concussion she suffered a while back. In our highly visual, social media-enhanced age, the visual of having shaky, old people running the country will not win elections.

 

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