Subcortical vascular dementia, also called Binswanger’s disease, is caused by widespread, microscopic areas of damage to the brain resulting from the thickening and narrowing (atherosclerosis) of arteries that supply blood to the subcortical areas of the brain.
And according to some, Hillary Clinton has been diagnosed with it.
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Of course, I have no way of verifying this. But since the mainstream media have not been reporting on her health, particularly during and after episodes in the 2016 presidential campaign, I want to stay on top of potentially important news neglected by these so-called objective reporters.
WILLIE GEIST, MSNBC : Do you think part of it, Ron, is she has assessed in this race that she’s up against someone that she can safely hold the ball and not go into detail and not talk about what exactly she did because she’s getting away with it against Donald Trump?
RON FOURNIER, NATIONAL JOURNAL: I literally have had senior officials . . . saying that trust doesn’t matter, that Bill Clinton won even though he was trusted less than the two people he ran against. What they don’t realize is that the world has changed.
Now we understand that trust does matter. She could still win, even by continuing this parsing and this lying, but then she’s going to be leading a country where two-thirds of the people don’t trust her. And you can’t transform our politics, or do half the things she wants to do if people don’t trust her.
They’re only worried about winning this news cycle and winning on election day. They are not thinking about what she is doing to undermine, not only her credibility, but the credibility of the whole political system and the Democratic Party.
“Ronald Reagan is dangerous, John B. Anderson is out of it, and Jimmy Carter hasn’t really been all that bad.”
Let’s update it for 2016. Note the revisionist history. Reagan is now nearly venerated, because the media know that turning on him now will produce an intense backlash from the public.
“Donald ain’t Ronald. Not even close. Reagan was great. Trump is terrible, and what’s worse is he’s dangerous. Bernie is out of it, and Barack Obama has been terrific. Hillary Clinton will continue that terrificness. And she’s the only rational one out there.”
Carter seemed to admit his failures and shortcomings. The modern Democrat Party doesn’t do that. Instead, everything is awesome.
Let’s hope the electorate can cut through the noise, the intense, never-ending bias of the media, like in 1980.
Out marching with sign in hand, a Bernie Sanders supporter tells a fella from MSNBC something that I believe wholeheartedly, that a Donald Trump White House will be much less dangerous than a President Hillary Rodham Clinton.
“I prefer Donald Trump” to Hillary Clinton. “Trump is less dangerous.”
Wow. Hillary’s entire career trajectory is just an amazing story. She is so unpopular that it is mind-boggling.
A wall on the border won’t work, they say, but the Democrats erect a four-mile long, eight-feet high fence in Philly around the site of their convention, the Wells Fargo Center, aptly named given their big business friendly duo of Hillary & Kaine.