Hillary’s Medical Doctor Treating Imaginary Infection. Diagnosed Ailment Doesn’t Exist … Anywhere. Ever.
Hillary Clinton has been diagnosed with “mild, non-contagious bacterial pneumonia.”
Her chances of ever recovering are unknown. There is no known cure for this type of Pneumonia. Because it doesn’t exist.
Yet that is what the Democratic presidential candidate is suffering from, according to Dr. Lisa Bardack, Clinton’s personal doctor and the chair of Internal Medicine at CareMount Medical in Mount Kisco, New York.
Clinton is not being treated by Dr. Van Nostrand, M.D. who for many years ran a rogue medical practice in Manhattan.
Clinton’s campaign released additional medical information Wednesday following a viral video showing her collapse at a 9/11 memorial ceremony Sunday. Her campaign first said she was battling heat exhaustion on a 75-degree Fall day then changed its tune to pneumonia. Calls to release her health records have intensified in the wake of her pneumonia diagnosis.
Clinton’s records, however, are now creating even more doubt about her conditions. Doctors True Pundit spoke with said there is no such infection known as non-contagious bacterial pneumonia. Likewise the ailment is not listed in the Physician’s Desk Reference or by the International Classification of Diseases (of the World Health Organization), the reference book considered a Bible by medical providers. The ICD provides codes for every known medical condition for health providers. In fact, the ICD is the only reference manual used in conjunction with Obamacare health plan subscribers. Here is a link to the ICD’s classifications of all KNOWN types of pneumonia.
We cross referenced nearly two dozen medical dictionaries and textbooks, including Grey’s, and found no listing for non-contagious bacterial pneumonia.
Bardack said Clinton “is recovering well with antibiotics,” including Levaquin. We researched that drug and it actually does exist.
Bardack said Clinton is in “Excellent physical condition.”
Yes, the country witnessed that Sunday. Leave it to Hillary to find a licensed doctor to apparently fabricate illnesses for a pressured national press release. No wonder she’s treating Hillary. But the fact that the imaginary ailment is not contagious comes as great news to Clinton campaign staffers who publicly said they were suffering from pneumonia symptoms since Sunday. They were just imagining the infection, apparently just like Clinton’s doctor.
Who wants to make a bet on the next U.S. Surgeon General if Hillary wins in November?