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Late Stage Lying: Pneumonia Theory vs. Parkinson’s Disease Theory; Doctors Chime In

from Mish Talk:

“I am not a medical doctor but bug-eyed facial expressions and cough attacks lasting months coupled with stumbling and stuttering and exaggerated head motions getting progressively worse, all by the same person, hardly seem “perfectly ordinary” as many claim…”

On Sunday, an “Overheated” Hillary Stumbled or Fainted at a 911 Ceremony.

Hours later, came news flash Hillary’s Doctor Discloses Pneumonia Diagnosis Made Last Friday: Questions Abound.

Since then, a video by Dr. Ted Noel has made the rounds. Dr. Noel makes a seemingly convincing case Hillary has Late Stage Parkinson’s disease.

nopes says Noel’s claim is false. I question the analysis of Snopes.

Some Mish readers who are medical doctors have some interesting comments.

Late Stage Parkinson’s?

In the above video, Dr. Ted Noel makes a seemingly convincing case Hillary has Late Stage Parkinson’s disease.

My first thought on watching the video was “Wow”. My second thought was “Wow, I wish Dr. Noel did not put a political spin on things.”

Snopes Weighs In

Snopes says the montage of photos and video clips are nothing more than Shaky Diagnosis.

Snopes concluded the story was “false”. Snopes ends with this paragraph:

In closing, we wish to make it clear what our aim has been in this analysis. We have not tried to make the case that Hillary Clinton does not have Parkinson’s disease (in point of fact, we don’t think that case even needs making). Rather, we have shown that what Ted Noel did in this video is systematically misrepresent perfectly ordinary and explicable phenomena as “Parkinson’s disease symptoms,” and his motivation for doing so was purely political.

False or Inconclusive?

I am generally highly supportive of Snopes. But How the hell can they possibly make the claim the story is false, when all they did was make a case that Noel’s presentation was politically motivated.

Politically Motivated Snopes?

Since Snopes is not a medical doctor, and since Snopes explicitly stated “We have not tried to make the case that Hillary Clinton does not have Parkinson’s disease (in point of fact, we don’t think that case even needs making)” one has to wonder if Snopes itself is politically motivated!

Snopes should have labeled the evidence “Inconclusive“, not false.

Perfectly Ordinary?

I am not a medical doctor but bug-eyed facial expressions and cough attacks lasting months coupled with stumbling and stuttering and exaggerated head motions getting progressively worse, all by the same person, hardly seem “perfectly ordinary” as Snopes claims.

Certified Opinion

I am not qualified to comment on the likelihood of Parksinson’s. Since Snopes did not bother to consult experts, they are not qualified either. So how can they label the story “false”?

On the other hand, I am qualified to recognize bullsheet. I do that every day for a living.

My certified opinion is “Late Stage Lying, Mid Stage Lying, and Early Stage Lying” by the Hillary campaign.

Here are some comments from medical doctors. Some were posted publicly on my blog others in private emails to me.

Comments From M.D Brody

I know of two recent instances of chronic cough treated with cough medicine and antibiotics. Over a period of time the symptoms persisted.

Eventually a CT lung scan was performed that showed lung cancer. The test was requested two years ago and was not authorized by insurance.

I think a CT scan of chest and lungs in medically indicated. It will either be clear or show pathology. It can answer speculation. Hillary, herself should want to know

L. Brody, M. D.

Comments from M.D. Simon

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