Hillary Clinton for President - A Significant Concern


Many of us have seen/read the stories about H. Clinton not being able to make it up a small flight of stairs without help this year - 2016. In 2012 she fell at home and was diagnosed with a blood clot. In 2009 she fell at the Whit house and broke an elbow.

And who could forget her testimony during the Benghazi hearings when she seemed to lose control and blurt out "What difference at this point does it make?"

Further, during a debate with Bernie Sanders, Hillary took a break and was late getting back to the stage. Speculation has been wide as to why she was late.

Further still, many have commented that H. Clinton hasn't given a press conference since December 4, 2015. And then she only answered 7 questions. That's very curious for someone running for the presidency.

It is possible that all the above incidents could be explained were Hillary to have a somewhat severe anxiety disorder. This would, of course, not be too good a thing to plague someone who wishes to be the next president of the United States. In THAT job, a rational head must prevail at all times.

But, why would I even suggest such a thing as Hillary having a somewhat severe anxiety disorder?

A photographer snapped a photo of Hillary's bodyguard while out campaigning. Someone took the photo and blew it up to reveal a strange object in the hand of Hillary's bodyguard.

That's a diazepam Pen. What is diazepam? Click Here to see. And what is a Diazepam injector Pen and what is it used for? Here is a picture that gives the short answers.

The most common side effects of Diazepam are: "Shakiness and unsteady walk unsteadiness, trembling, or other problems with muscle control or coordination". Other common side effects are: confusion, or memory loss (which may be experienced several hours after taking diazepam), seeing or sensing things that are not there, unusual behavior, difficulty concentrating, agitation/irritability, getting overexcited or restless, feeling very angry (rage), numbed emotions, or depression with thoughts of hurting or killing yourself."

Of a more immediate concern would be that diazepam is a prescription drug with some fairly bad potentials - such as: "Diazepam may be habit-forming. Misuse of habit-forming medicine can cause addiction, overdose, or death."

There is absolutely nothing wrong with taking prescribed drugs for any serious condition one might have. However, if Hillary does need this drug "at the ready" for the least little perturbance, then I see this as a serious problem. And, so should you.