Hillary Clinton travels with a personal medic by her side who is ready at all times to administer life-saving drugs and attention during a crisis.
Twitter detectives have uncovered new evidence that Hillary’s handler – a mysterious man who carries what looks like a medical lapel-pin – always has an auto-injector syringe with Diazepam on hand ready to administer to the presidential nominee.
Knowing what we know now, and looking at the above video, it looks like after Hillary seized up like a deer in headlights, the medic tries to calm her down, but was having problems because the Secret Service members on stage were freaking her out.
The medic must have realized he wasn’t going to calm her down until Secret Service got off stage, so he went up to each of them individually, telling them to go away.
Now, check at 18 seconds. It looks like a different Secret Service guy pulls out a syringe out of his jacket, and was getting ready to inject her if the seizure got worse:
It seems like stress can cause Hillary Clinton to have seizures, which is why her medic ordered all the Secret Service to get off the stage, in order to calm her down and end the seizure she was having.
Stress also caused Hillary to have a seizure when multiple reporters were talking to her at once:
The tracking of her eyes proves that she was indeed having a real seizure, and not just horsing around:
Doctor Drew thinks that Hillary Clinton is receiving sub-par, “ancient” medical treatments for no reason. But I think he’s missing something. I’d bet that Clinton is forced to use “ancient” medications for some of her known disorders, because she’s taking medication for unknown disorders that would cause complications if she received the “modern” treatment for her known conditions.
The same medic/handler that was carrying the auto-injector Diazepam syringe was also seen helping Clinton up stairs in February:
What is causing the seizures remains up for debate. Medical guru and entrepreneur Martin Shkreli thinks that Hillary is showing symptoms of early-stage Parkinson’s disease, while others think that she has post-concussion syndrome:
We will update as more information comes in on this breaking story. In the mean time, anyone have any information about the handler’s security badge? If he was Secret Service, he wouldn’t be wearing a security clearance like that.