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Hillary’s Health: The Rat Poision Problem and Media Lies – Jon Rappoport

by Jon Rappoport, The News Doctors:

Major media are rushing to do damage control on Hillary’s health. They’re trying to lay down the concrete of a fake consensus that she’s fine, because her doctor issued a positive report in 2015. (See here).

But one of the bottom lines is: she’s suffered from dangerous blood clots. And the treatment is blood-thinners, which are given to reduce the possibility of a fatal clot.

Hillary is taking Coumadin, also known as Warfarin.

It’s a rat poison. It kills rats by causing them to bleed out internally. This is a fact.

Therefore, the prescribing doctor and the patient walk a tightrope. How much Coumadin is too much? How little is too little? Too much, and life-threatening bleeding can occur. Too little and fatal blood clots can occur.

Therefore, Hillary is being monitored VERY closely, on a weekly basis, with tests. But the tests aren’t mathematically precise. The monitoring isn’t ironclad science.

And since Coumadin is highly toxic, serious liver damage is a consequence, especially when the drug is given long-term, which is the case here.

Media outlets are going with, “Well, her doctors know what they’re doing. They’re issuing positive reports. They’re giving her a clean bill of health.”


You put someone on Coumadin, long-term, and you’re rolling the dice. In her case, this treatment is back-against-the-wall, last-line-of-defense.

If her past blood clots were somehow interpreted as minor or incidental, long-term Coumadin would never be the treatment of choice.

This patient, Hillary Clinton, is very high-risk.

The last thing you would want this patient to do is engage in day-to-day, high-stress activity. You would definitely not want the patient to fly in airplanes, because that activity can exacerbate her condition. Lethally.

Her major media allies (and they are, of course, many) have no genuine interest in her health risks. They would be able to handle her as President, even if she turned out to be dead on arrival.

Her closest aides, and her husband, are aware of all these facts. They’re shrugging them off and pressing for a victory in the election this fall. That’s the game plan, come hell or high water.

But the blood clot problem and rat poison problem aren’t going to go away.

Any honest doctor will tell you that.

Whether Hillary has Parkinson’s, whether she has trouble maintaining her balance, whether she has “brain-freezes”…yes, these are all subjects for discussion. But either way, the blood clots and the Coumadin are putting her on a cliff’s edge.

Politics aside, the refusal of major media to bring this into the light on a serious basis is insane.

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6 comments to Hillary’s Health: The Rat Poision Problem and Media Lies – Jon Rappoport

  • willygroper

    “It’s a rat poison. It kills rats by causing them to bleed out internally. This is a fact.”

    Guess it’s just a matter of time. Perhaps the dose is incorrect for her BMI. ;D

  • Oz

    FYI, warfarin causes rats to vomit but the catch is that they have no vomiting reflex. This is how they die & not from bleeding out.

  • Healthy Skeptic

    Risk Factors of Warfarin

    An excessive dose of warfarin, reflected by an INR value above the target range, is the most important predictor of bleeding. Certain health problems increase the INR and the anticoagulant effect of warfarin and may cause bleeding. For example, sick patients with poor nutrition often become vitamin K deficient, which increases the anticoagulant effect of warfarin and the risk of bleeding. A prior history of bleeding, especially from the stomach or intestines, is also a risk factor for bleeding.

    People with high blood pressure, stroke, cancer, kidney or liver problems, those who experience frequent falls and those who abuse alcohol are more likely to develop bleeding problems on warfarin. People older than 65 are more sensitive to the effects of warfarin and have a higher risk of bleeding, especially in the brain.

    The use of aspirin or anti-inflammatory medications such as ibuprofen increases the risk of major bleeding, particularly from the stomach and upper digestive tract. Other medications and herbal supplements, including many antibiotics as well as fish oil and ginko biloba, interact with warfarin to increase its anticoagulant effect. Genetic factors also can increase sensitivity to warfarin. People with these genetic differences usually require lower doses and have a higher risk of bleeding, especially during the first several weeks of treatment.

  • mike

    This will unfortunately be our next president.

  • Ed_B

    “Hillary is taking Coumadin, also known as Warfarin.

    It’s a rat poison. It kills rats by causing them to bleed out internally. This is a fact.”

    Somehow this all seems appropriate. She should share some of this with Bill.

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