Is Hillary Clinton Brain-Damaged?

Is Hillary Clinton Medically Unfit to Serve?

Is Hillary Clinton Medically Unfit to Serve?  By Jane M. Orient, M.D.

Some Republicans as well as Democrats have used the term “unfit to serve” about Donald Trump, based on things he said, and what they assume he might have meant.

Surely his style can be abrasive and blunt. But a huge number of ordinary Americans cheer him, probably because he said what they were thinking. They don’t have an evil, ungenerous, uncompassionate, racist, bigoted heart, and they assume he is like them.
They are sick of being pushed around and disrespected by the politically correct crowd who are hypersensitive about almost everything–but constantly spew profane, obscene, and vulgar language that demeans American and Christian culture and blames it for all the world’s evil.

In the past, others have spoken forcefully and unapologetically about things nobody wanted to hear about: Winston Churchill, for example. A lot of proper Englishmen thought he was unfit—until they saw the truth of his words.

With Trump, some people are even tossing out psychiatric diagnoses. But keep in mind that a lot of them think conservatives, Christians, and pro-life advocates are crazy too.

Strangely silent is the mainstream media about the fitness of the Democrat candidate. And causes for concern are growing. Without considering any statements she has made or positions she has taken, and without presuming to speculate on psychiatric diagnoses, one can point to certain observations.

There’s the photograph of Secretary Clinton’s difficulty walking up some steps.

Now inability to climb stairs does not necessarily disqualify a person for public office. However, neither she nor people with her apparently anticipated a problem. The people helping her seem to be preventing a fall. Did she simply trip? Or was it a seizure or a stroke?

Videos widely circulated on the internet are, if authentic, very concerning. One shows prolonged, inappropriate laughter;


another, strange head movements.


In a third, she appeared momentarily dazed and confused, and lost her train of thought.

Reportedly, she has a volcanic temper. (This is probably not new.)


A man who stays close to her, who is reportedly not a Secret Service officer, was photographed carrying something in his hand that purportedly might have been an autoinjector of Valium.


While we don’t have Mrs. Clinton’s medical records, it is widely stated that she experienced a fall that caused a concussion. Since then, she is sometimes seen wearing eyeglasses with prisms, as are used to correct double vision.

Concussions often cause traumatic brain injury, which might not be visualized on standard CT or MRI. Many of our veterans who experienced blast injury from improvised explosive devices suffer from it. These are some symptoms: difficulty thinking, attention deficits, confusion, memory problems, frustration, mood swings, emotional outbursts, agitation, headaches, difficulties with balance and coordination, and seizures. Many veterans with such an injury cannot hold a job or interact normally with their families.

Obviously, it would be very dangerous for a person subject to symptoms like this to be dealing with foreign leaders or making critical decisions. The President of the United States may have to make world-changing decisions on a moment’s notice. For example, should we launch nuclear-armed missiles? And if the Commander in Chief is confused, who will make the call?

The U.S. has had problems with incompetent leaders in the White House before. Mrs. Woodrow Wilson (the “First First Lady President”) was effectively President for the last year and a half of her husband’s term after he suffered a disabling stroke. She managed to conceal the seriousness of Wilson’s condition for a long time. This was the reason for the 25th amendment to provide for replacing the President in case of disability.

While the U.S. government knows more and more about our medical histories and other aspects of our lives, many details about the President are a secret. The press appears to care more about the tax returns of Republican candidates than the medical records of Democrat Presidents or candidates. And Secretary Clinton’s public appearances have been rather carefully controlled.

Is it conceivable that Hillary supporters would really be voting for Huma Abedin, Clinton’s top aide, or for the First First Husband President, Bill Clinton? The American people are entitled to know the objective medical facts about Secretary Clinton.

Jane M. Orient, M.D. obtained her undergraduate degrees in chemistry and mathematics from the University of Arizona in Tucson, and her M.D. from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1974. She completed an internal medicine residency at Parkland Memorial Hospital and University of Arizona Affiliated Hospitals and then became an Instructor at the University of Arizona College of Medicine and a staff physician at the Tucson Veterans Administration Hospital. She has been in solo private practice since 1981 and has served as Executive Director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) since 1989. She is currently president of Doctors for Disaster Preparedness. Since 1988, she has been chairman of the Public Health Committee of the Pima County (Arizona) Medical Society. She is the author of YOUR Doctor Is Not In: Healthy Skepticism about National Healthcare, and the second through fourth editions of Sapira’s Art and Science of Bedside Diagnosis, published by Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins.

Using ISIS and the Afghan Taliban to fight for us

General Raheel discusses RAW’s involvement in Balochistan with Rouhani
Rouhani denies discussing ‘RAW’s involvement in Balochistan’ with Pakistani leadership


So what we have is, China and Pakistan are using the half of the main Afghan Taliban who followed Mullah Mansour, to prevent President Gilani from carrying-out American plans for peace talks and pipelines, while Afghan Vice Pres. Abdullah Abdullah leads the “Northern Alliance” (and those foreign powers which it represents) covert operations to fight Pakistani terror with Afghan terror.  “Afghan terror” refers to moles and those co-opted, Afghan-friendly terrorists and terrorist outfits, which probably include the Zakir/Rasoul Taliban, who fight both Taliban and ISIS, who can be persuaded or bought, to attack Pakistani interests in Afghanistan.

China has set a course which can only succeed by solving the problems of others, subduing old enemies like Afghanistan and Pakistan, and ending hostilities between Pakistan and India with bribes, threats or promises, at least for long enough to complete its ambitious, gigantic CPEC project.

Pakistan has successfully cleared most hostile terrorists from its Tribal Region, chasing them all into Afghanistan. The Pak Army is on a quest to civilize Pakistan through gigantic development projects paid for by others. The Generals cannot afford to miss this great opportunity to have China build it an infrastructure which will connect it to the rest of the world.  In order to build the economic corridor, the Army will have to let peace come to Kashmir, to facilitate China’s plans, if India will do the same there and in Gilgat-Baltistan.  The Army will stop supporting the Afghan Taliban if Afghanistan and Indian intelligence will stop using groups like ISIS and BLA (Baloch Liberation Army) to fight the Pak Army indirectly.

The Army’s strategy is “if they build it they will come” back to the “pacified” areas.  That remains to be seen.

Mainstream Lies About Taliban/ISIL Marriage Falling Apart

[CIA/ISI Rumor Mill Claiming Mortal Enemies Taliban and ISIS Working Together]

Alliance or War? Taliban Contradicts Itself on Islamic State Stance


An Afghan Taliban spokesman reportedly told an Iranian state-controlled media outlet that his fellow jihadists are “committed” to the annihilation of the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) branch in the Afghanistan-Pakistan region known as the Khorasan Province (IS-KP/ISIL-K).

The Taliban spokesman’s comments come after the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), citing Afghan officials, reported last weekend that they have reached a truce with the Khorasan Province in eastern Afghanistan.

Nevertheless, Afghanistan Times now reports, “As Daesh [ISIL-K] is making all-out efforts to gain a stronghold in Afghanistan, the Taliban declared full-scale war against the Islamic State.”

Video: Opinion Journal: Obama’s Afghan Reversal

Iranian proxies have been fighting ISIS jihadists in their so-called caliphate of Iraq and Syria since the terrorist group declared an Islamic State in the region back in 2014.

Meanwhile, the Afghan Taliban has been combating ISIL-K for territory and fighters since the Khorasan Province announced its presence in the Afghanistan-Pakistan region back in January 2015.

Their mutual disdain towards ISIS has reportedly pulled Shiite state-sponsor of terrorism Iran and the Sunni Afghan Taliban closer.

“It is widely believed that some countries in the region are backing the Taliban against Daesh—a terrorist organization with global designs,” reports Afghanistan Times.

Moreover, Iran’s ally Russia, which has also been fighting ISIS in Syria along armed groups backed by the Shiite country, has allegedly been supporting the Taliban in their fight against ISIS in Afghanistan, a claim that the Kremlin denies.

WSJ noted that ISIL-K and the Taliban have decided to shift their focus to the U.S.-backed Afghan security forces, which launched an offensive in eastern Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province against the Khorasan Province in late in July.

Zabihullah Mujahid, the Taliban spokesman, suggested that his terrorist group is fighting ISIL-K in coordination with the U.S.-backed Afghan government, a claim that Afghanistan’s Ministry of Defense (MoD) seemingly denied.

“Our fighters [Taliban] are committed and ready to eliminate Daesh from Afghanistan. We will fight them [ISIL-K] in cooperation of Afghan nation,” Mujahid told Iran’s state-controlled Tasnim News Agency, according to Afghanistan Times.

The Afghan news outlet points out that “Mujahid expressed the Taliban’s support for the Afghan nation in the battle against ‘foreign occupation’ and the presence of Daesh.”

“Taliban is aware of the threat of Daesh and in cooperation with the nation, has prevented the terrorist group from gaining a foothold in Afghanistan,” declared the Taliban spokesman, adding that the majority of ISIL-K fighters are non-Afghans who do not belong in Afghanistan.

The eastern Afghan province of Nangarhar, which lies along the country’s border with Pakistan, is considered ISIL-K’s primary stronghold in the region.

“They [ISIL-K] have presence in a small area in Afghanistan,” noted the spokesman, indicating, “Daesh fighters are not present in other areas of Afghanistan, and the Taliban will not allow such presence.”

The U.S. military has said that the number of ISIL-K fighters in Afghanistan has dropped dramatically from its peak of about 3,000 to between 1,000 and 1,500 now.

ISIL-K has always been a much smaller terrorist group than the Taliban, which has been in Afghanistan for decades.

WSJ pointed out that the ideologies between ISIL-K and the Taliban are different.

It reports:

The Taliban want foreign forces to leave Afghanistan and Shariah law to be established, while Islamic State wants to create a global caliphate. Neither wants to relinquish control to the other group.

Referring to the alleged cessation of hostilities between the Afghan Taliban and ISIL-K, U.S. Gen. John Nicholson, the top commander of American and NATO forces in Afghanistan, said the ceasefire “didn’t reflect a broader agreement.”

The Afghan MoD denied the suggestion that it was backing the Taliban in its fight against ISIL-K.

Gen. Dawlat Waziri, a ministry spokesman, is quoted by Afghanistan Times as saying:

All those who are fighting in Afghanistan and killing innocent people are our enemies. We will fight every terrorist group.

Afghanistan Times notes that Gen. Waziri refused to explicitly comment on “secret support” for the Afghan Taliban.

Waziri was asked whether China, Russia, and Iran are backing the Taliban in the fight against ISIL-K.

Without naming any country, he responded:

Afghanistan will not consider those countries as friends who are supporting militants. We want them [foreign countries] to support Afghanistan instead of insurgents. We want them to help Afghan security forces to fight both Daesh and Taliban.

Russia and China have coordinated military support for the U.S.-backed Afghan security forces.

In October 2015, Gen. John Campbell, then-top commander of the U.S.-led coalition in Afghanistan, warned:

If we’re not there [in Afghanistan] to provide influence, somebody else is going to be there, whether it’s Russia, China, Iran — you name it.

Mullah Baradar led a Taliban delegation to Kabul

Taliban Consigliere Mullah Barader’s Interview

Pak Army Relieves Pakistani Taliban of Their Mi-17 Hostages

Crew of Pakistan’s Mi-17 Helicopter Kidnapped by Taliban in Afghanistan Freed


The crew of Pakistan’s Mi-17 helicopter, held hostage by Taliban in Afghanistan, has been released, local media reported Thursday.

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – According to the GEO TV channel, the crew, five Pakistani nationals and a Russian technician, have been relocated to Pakistan. Earlier reports indicated that seven people were onboard the aircraft.

The indcident occurred when the helicopter made an emergency landing in eastern Afghanistan, and, according to the channel, was en route to Russia for a routine overhaul. Other media outlets claimed that the aircraft was heading from Peshawar to Uzbekistan’s city of Bukhara.

Senior Taliban leader Qari Saifullah Mehsud told Pakistani media that his group was behind the incident.