[Rushtalk] Hillary is finsihed, Amen !!!

John A. Quayle blueoval57 at verizon.net
Fri Dec 12 20:33:32 MST 2014


At 10:04 PM 12/12/2014, Carl Spitzer wrote:
>Who would have thought the wicket {b/w)itch of the east had a heart.
>Even so she is more electable than Jeb Bush or any other RINO.

         Get REAL, Carl.........this woman 
doesn't have an ice cube's chance in Hell of 
making the White House, other than as a tourist. Remember Benghazi?

>CWSIV
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>https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQqUYKsoTL
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>BOOK: HILLARY HAS BAD HEART
>Sun Jun 22 2014 18:01:30 ET
>
>*Exclusive**
>
>A new provocative work by bestselling author Ed 
>Klein claims Hillary Clinton's health problems 
>are much more severe than she has publicly revealed!
>
>"She had managed to keep her medical history 
>secret out of fear that, should it become 
>public, it would disqualify her from becoming 
>president," writes Klein in BLOOD FEUD.
>
><http://www.amazon.com/Blood-Feud-The-Clintons-Obamas/dp/1621573133>BLOOD 
>FEUD hits the street this week [it ranked #89 on 
>AMAZON Sunday 
>afternoon.]<http://www.amazon.com/Blood-Feud-The-Clintons-Obamas/dp/1621573133> 
>
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>Page 193
>
>The true story of what happened to Hillary, 
>which is being recounted in these pages for the 
>first time, was radically different from Reines’s version.
>
>To begin with, Hillary fainted while she was 
>working in her seventh-floor office at the State 
>Department, not at home, as Reines told the 
>media. She was treated at the State Department’s 
>infirmary and then, at her own insistence, taken 
>to Whitehaven to recover. However, as soon as 
>Bill appeared on the scene and was able to 
>assess Hillary’s condition for himself, he 
>ordered that she be immediately flown to New 
>York–Presbyterian Hospital in the Fort 
>Washington section of Manhattan. When Reines 
>subsequently released a statement confirming 
>that Hillary was being treated at the hospital 
>over the New Year’s holiday, it naturally 
>intensified speculation about the seriousness of her medical condition.
>
>While she was at the hospital, doctors diagnosed 
>Hillary with several problems.
>
>She had a right transverse venous thrombosis, or 
>a blood clot between her brain and skull. She 
>had developed the clot in one of the veins that 
>drains blood from the brain to the heart. The 
>doctors explained that blood stagnates when you 
>spend a lot of time on airplanes, and Hillary 
>had clocked countless hours flying around the world.
>
>To make matters worse, it turned out that 
>Hillary had an intrinsic tendency to form clots 
>and faint. In addition to the fainting spell she 
>suffered in Buffalo a few years before, she had 
>fainted boarding her plane in Yemen, fallen and 
>fractured her elbow in 2009, and suffered other 
>unspecified fainting episodes. Several years 
>earlier, she had developed a clot in her leg and 
>was put on anticoagulant therapy by her doctor. 
>However, she had foolishly stopped taking her 
>anticoagulant medicine, which might have 
>explained the most recent thrombotic event.
>
>“The unique thing about clotting in the brain is 
>that it could have transformed into a stroke,” 
>said a cardiac specialist with knowledge of Hillary’s condition.
>
>Page 195
>
>According to a source close to Hillary, a 
>thorough medical examination revealed that 
>Hillary’s tendency to form clots was the least 
>of her problems. She also suffered from a 
>thyroid condition, which was common among women 
>of her age, and her fainting spells indicated 
>there was an underlying heart problem as well. A 
>cardiac stress test indicated that her heart 
>rhythm and heart valves were not normal. Put 
>into layman’s language, her heart valves were not pumping in a steady way.
>
>When the author attempted to contact the 
>Clintons’ cardiologist, Dr. Allan Schwartz, he 
>refused to comment, which made it impossible to 
>determine the exact nature of Hillary’s medical 
>status or its long-term significance. However, 
>sources who dis- cussed Hillary’s medical 
>condition with her were told that Hillary’s 
>doctors considered performing valve-replacement 
>surgery. They ultimately decided against it. 
>Still, before they released Hillary from the 
>hospital, they warned Bill Clinton: “She has to 
>be carefully monitored for the rest of her life.”
>
>Developing...
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