her own private 9/11

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And, no, I don't not have any sympathy for her. She has been killing and lying for decades and had the temerity to head up this latest presidential election coup horse shit under false pretenses, and the lies and killings, so, nope. I feel no pity or sympathy for her quickly deteriorating health. Couldn't be quick enough to suit me.

And they're probably transfusing her with babies' blood as I write.


Given that my dad started having more and more frequent TIAs before it developed into Parkinsonism and dementia, with continuing episodes of TIA, and Hillary's past and present episodes are very similar to his, I thought I'd post a little information about them for anyone who wants to consider it.

Transient ischemic attacks usually last a few minutes. Most signs and symptoms disappear within an hour. The signs and symptoms of TIA resemble those found early in a stroke and may include sudden onset of:

-Weakness, numbness or paralysis in your face, arm or leg, typically on one side of your body
-Slurred or garbled speech or difficulty understanding others
-Blindness in one or both eyes or double vision
-Dizziness or loss of balance or coordination

You may have more than one TIA, and the recurrent signs and symptoms may be similar or different depending on which area of the brain is involved.
It has been suggested that transient ischemic attacks (TIAs) are a subset of a larger category termed transient neurologic attacks (TNAs). TNAs are defined as episodes of sudden onset of neurological symptoms that completely resolve within 24 hours and have no clear diagnosis. When a TNA is associated with focal symptoms attributed to an arterial territory of the brain, it is consistent with a stroke or TIA and is termed a focal TNA.

In contrast, a nonfocal TNA is a temporary event of diffuse, nonlocalizing, cerebral symptoms that set in suddenly and resolve quickly. Symptoms of nonfocal TNAs may include the following:

-Altered consciousness
-Nonrotatory dizziness
-Positive visual phenomena
-Bilateral weakness
-Generalized feelings of unwellness with a clinical suspicion of neurologic disease

When symptoms are both focal and nonfocal, the term “mixed TNA” would apply.

Nonfocal TNAs have long been considered benign. One study has shown, however, that patients who had suffered a prior nonfocal TNA were at higher risk of stroke and dementia, especially vascular dementia, than patients who did not have a history of prior TNA.

Although more research is required, this study challenges the idea that nonfocal TNAs are benign events. Further workup should be considered in patients suffering nonfocal TNAs to elucidate the underlying cause of their transient symptoms and to achieve better risk stratification.
Transient ischemic attack (TIA) is defined as a transient episode of neurologic dysfunction caused by focal brain, spinal cord, or retinal ischemia, without acute infarction. In keeping with this definition of TIA, ischemic stroke is defined as an infarction of central nervous system tissue.

The term "transient ischemic attack" was first introduced in the early 1950s based upon the recognition that a transient focal loss of neurologic function often preceded strokes . In the years after this initial description in patients with carotid artery disease, various groups and committees arbitrarily defined TIAs as lasting less than 24 hours. However, this classic definition of TIA was inadequate for several reasons. Most notably, there is risk of permanent tissue injury (ie, infarction) even when focal transient neurologic symptoms last less than one hour.

Subsequent data demonstrated that ischemic attacks that last longer than one hour are most often associated with brain infarction. Most TIAs last less than one hour. Thus, the benign connotation of TIA has been replaced by an understanding that even relatively brief ischemia can cause permanent brain injury.
A team of Danish researchers noticed that some patients seemed to experience a cluster of TIAs with the same symptoms -- indicating that the same part of the brain is affected. In addition, the deficits in speech and motor ability that were observed sometimes reflected that large areas of the brain were involved. However, because they were TIAs, the events left no permanent disability. So, they began looking for possible differences in the causes of TIAs and stroke.
The proposed new definition of TIA emphasizes that we should view stroke and TIA as on the same spectrum of serious conditions involving brain ischemia. Both are markers of current or impending disability, with the only distinction that TIA offers a much greater opportunity to initiate treatments that can forestall the possible onset of brain infarction.

In addition, the proposed new definition acknowledges that transient ischemic symptoms may cause permanent brain injury, and it encourages the use of neurodiagnostic tests to identify brain injury and its cause in order to permit rapid interventions for acute brain ischemia.
and here is a chart of TIA mimics for you to contemplate.

This morning's display looked like a classic TIA, but other weirdnesses have looked like seizures. I am pretty good at spotting Parkinson's Disease on people's faces and I don't see that on Hillary. But the deal with TIAs is that they kill tiny areas of your brain. They don't seem to have disabled the part in control of movement, but they do seem to have caused the fall that put her out of it in 2012, and either the fall or the continuing TIAs or both add in the seizure episodes.

No matter how well they manage the seizures and try to hide the TIAs, this is heading for frank dementia. Strikes me she might be a better president with frank dementia than without, but then again that could bring out her innermost psychopathic urges, so if you're not already making a hairy deal out of NOT HILLARY UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES maybe you want to start.



She "has pneumonia" now, but somehow managed not to cough at all on camera today.

Also people with congestive heart failure, get fluid in their lungs, and in their ankles, and die of pneumonia more often than their hearts just petering out.

THEN you want to consider that congestive heart failure more than triples the death rate in TIA survivors.
The researchers found that other diagnoses compounded TIA survivors' risk of dying. Congestive heart failure more than tripled it.
But it don't think it will be fast enough if they play their cards right.


Lest ye be misled: She was propped up and not happening.


For posterity, I'm saying here that Hillary has been having increasingly frequent TIAs. It's probably what caused her fall and concussion back in 2012. They were concerned about a clot and put her on blood thinners... which is, incidentally what they give people having multiple TIAs... and note the careful wording here:
'There's no other undisclosed condition. The pneumonia is the extent of it,' press secretary Brian Fallon said on MSNBC.

Batting down speculation that Clinton's concussion nearly four years ago and subsequent blood clot were related to the episode on Sunday, Fallon told MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell that the Democratic presidential candidate's 'doctor has stated that there is nothing here in terms of anything that was caused by what happened in 2012.'
The fall didn't cause her problem. Her problem caused the fall... and they put her on the blood thinners to try to combat it. They're not working.

She's wearing diapers... and maybe even a catheter. Incontinent. TIAs do this to you. They are killing off itty bits of your brain every time they happen. You don't go outright dotty right away because your brain compensates for the dead zones until there is too much tissue dead to accomplish this, and shit starts happening. Like you can't follow verbal instructions, but can follow gestures. You can't say, "Down the hall and to the right." You have to give a long sweep of your arm for the hall and then point right. That degenerates too. They're still in there, but they cannot execute their executive functions reliably anymore.

People think they're dotty, but they are perfectly lucid. They just can't ACT that way, or talk that way. So she may be trying to tell a general to bomb the crap out of some brown people, but say something like, "Well, I did not approve of Dubby's handling of... of... of... of that place that, that, that, oh," because her lack of approval of Dubby's fuck up is the nearest thing connecting with her wish to bomb the crap out of some more brown people. She might realize it didn't come out right and try to fix it, but it will only get worse, or she might think she gave her order clear as heck and be vexed with this stupid ox general who isn't running out to initiate airstrikes.

That sort of thing... but she appears to also have congestive heart failure. The swollen ankles and the filling lungs. And she needs a diuretic for that, but if she takes that, it fucks up the blood thinners. So the TIAs may be sped up. She's still in there, but her ability to execute is already starting to wane. It's sporadic, and still transient, but the damage isn't, and this doesn't get better.

always and any time....