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Bill Clinton Displays Disturbing Symptoms Of Serious Medical Condition, Yet No One Is Talking About It. A Concerned Country Is Begging For The Truth

August 31, 2018

When former President Bill Clinton, 71, spoke recently with NBC’s Craig Melvin about his affair with Monica Lewinsky twenty years ago with respect to the new “MeToo” Movement, he appealed to viewers to accept his account of what happened, once and for all. When asked if he had apologized to Ms.Lewinsky, Mr. Clinton got into a heated debate over the semantics of the word 'apology.'

When pushed by Mr. Melvin, Clinton also reiterated his opinion that his relationship with Ms. Lewinsky was not sexual harassment. Some people agree with what he said, others do not. Regardless of that, a more subtle aspect of the conversation, one that no one is talking about, is what caught my attention.

As the former president was responding to the attacks on his integrity, he answered in his characteristic raspy voice. But, there was something very uncharacteristic about his delivery. Maybe you noticed it?

On several occasions during the interview, Mr. Clinton seemed to get tongue-tied over certain phrases, even slurring as he struggled to get the words out. And I have to say, he sounded hoarser than usual, all signs of a debilitating disease - Parkinson’s.

Say what you will about Bill Clinton’s policies, his impeachment, or his wife - for or against - it’s an undeniable fact that the man was always an eloquent speaker, communicating his ideas in a fashion reserved for very few on the public scene. His oratorical skill is legendary. That is why the difficulty he had speaking during the early-June conversation at NBC is particularly alarming.

Yet, I have seen no media coverage of it. Now, I have to admit that I have not followed the former president over the past several years, so perhaps that is why the change in his communication abilities came as such a shock.

In researching for this article, I came across an article from Parkinson Life, in which they point out the unmistakable signs that they, as experts on the condition, recognize. They were responding to a speech that Mr. Clinton gave at the 2016 Democratic National Convention:

“Fresh concerns were raised over the health of Bill Clinton this week after he displayed signs of a tremor during a televised speech at the Democratic National Convention. Many viewers noticed his hands visibly shaking, reigniting fears that he has Parkinson’s disease.


“The tremor, which appeared as he spoke in support of his wife Hillary Clinton’s bid for the presidency, fueled speculation that he was displaying a classic symptom of Parkinson’s.

“In the aftermath of the high-profile speech, commentators took to Twitter to express their concern:



Mr. Clinton claims to have been tested for Parkinson’s but vehemently denies having it, chalking up his troubles to aging. “I have a condition that sometimes you get with aging,” Clinton told reporters in 2013. “You may have noticed it; my hand has a little tremor when I’m tired and a lot of people do when they’re older.”

No matter what the final diagnosis is, we hate to see someone of such stature struggling in this way, and we sincerely wish him the best. Will you join us in praying for the health of the 42nd President of the United States?

If you’d like to hear the Former President’s NBC interview for yourself, watch the video, below.