Hillary: what drugs is she on?

Hillary: what drugs is she on?

by Jon Rappoport

August 16, 2016

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Power Outside The Matrix, click here.)

Reports, speculations, rumors abound concerning the health of Hillary Clinton. Among them: she has Parkinson’s.

Obviously, the situation would be clarified if we had access to a complete and unbiased analysis of her health and medical treatment. But how likely is that?

Meanwhile, if Hillary has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s, there are drugs that are routinely prescribed, and their adverse effects should be noted.

For example, the drug L-dopa. Here, from WebMD, are several side effects that would raise serious questions: aggressive behavior; altered mental status; blood pressure drop upon standing; depression; mood changes; anxiety; confusion.

Another popular Parkinson’s drug is Sinemet. RX List mentions these adverse effects: lightheadedness; mental/mood changes; agitation; hallucinations; depression; thoughts of suicide.

With either drug, resulting depression could be treated with an SSRI antidepressant, such as Paxil. That drug also has adverse effects.

Among the side effects of Paxil listed by Drugs.com: weakness; dizziness; blurred vision; visual disturbance; lack of concentration; anxiety; confusion.

Psychiatrist and author, Dr. Peter Breggin, writes (“FDA Warns that Paxil Makes Depressed Adults Suicidal”):

“In a May 2006 release in collaboration with the manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), the FDA has acknowledged the antidepressant Paxil causes a statistically significant increased rate of suicidality in depressed adults as measured in controlled clinical trials. The results are based on a re-analysis of all adult controlled clinical trials that compared Paxil with placebo. Buried in the FDA/GSK release is an astounding fact: Depressed people are 6.4 times more likely to become suicidal while taking an antidepressant than while taking a sugar pill.” [Emphasis in original]

What about antidepressants, such as Paxil, leading to violence? Writing in Psychology Today, Robert Whitaker, author of Mad in America, states (“Psychiatric Drugs and Violence: A Review of FDA Data Finds A Link”):

“There has been an enduring controversy over whether psychiatric medications can trigger violent actions toward others. A review of the FDA’s Adverse Event Reporting System by Thomas Moore, Joseph Glenmullen and Curt Furberg, which was published by PLoS One on December 15 [2010], found that such ‘adverse events’ are indeed associated with antidepressants and several other types of psychotropic medications.”

Note: Sudden withdrawal from antidepressants can trigger quite severe and dangerous adverse effects.

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As I wrote at the top, we need a detailed, clear, and unbiased report on Hillary Clinton’s health and medical treatment. But in the absence of such an assessment, it’s necessary to lay out possibilities, which is what I’m doing here. And those possibilities are sobering, to say the least, when you contemplate Hillary occupying the Oval Office as President and Commander in Chief of all US Armed Forces; and when you factor in her role, for example, in the massive attack on Libya, which reduced that nation to a sea of chaos.

Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at NoMoreFakeNews.com or OutsideTheRealityMachine.

28 comments on “Hillary: what drugs is she on?

  1. Daniel Noel says:

    “[Public release of] a complete and unbiased analysis of [Hillary’s] health and medical treatment?” Indeed it is unlikely to happen, especially concerning her mental health, and particularly her level of empathy, which is likely very close to zero.

    On the plus side, her handlers are probably well aware of her body and brain’s limitations, and adapt their plans accordingly. Her medications’ side-effects may even be part of “the plans.”


    • Eileen Kuch says:

      In case you haven’t heard, Daniel, what you said about public release of Hillary’s medical records unlikely to happen – especially those on her mental state – have already been released. The MSM has kept silent on these releases, but the Internet and alternative media haven’t. The fact that her handlers are probably well aware of her body and brain’s limitations haven’t really kept her critics from speaking about her deteriorating health.

      • Grey says:

        Hey Eileen,

        The video of Clinton seizing up and head bobbing finally made it to mainstream news and what did the the proles do? They denied there was a problem, that Clinton was only playing around and making exaggerated expressions due to questions being asked. Even her big, black medical doctor holding an anti-seizure delivery device in his hand had no effect on the Marxist masses. America is doomed. Looking forward to martial law the zoo animals destroying American cities in the coming months and years.

        • Frank Marion says:

          If it is Parkinson’s then that injector is probably apomorphine which is administered after a low dopamine freeze up. The head bobbing fit is a known reaction to the apomorphine they give her to unfreeze her. A junkie would call that reaction a rush.

  2. gb says:

    Even if Donald releases his tax record Hillary will keep her health record under lock and key just like Obama does his college records!

  3. Forget Hillary, Jon.

    You may be asking what drugs am I on after reading this. Spot on, by the way. You make the points no one else seems to labour!

    Anyway, here’s some very not topical excerpts from my latest blockbuster (https://exopolitician.wordpress.com/2016/08/15/serpents-and-ladders-introduction/) on my “weird” blog that I think will find some resonance with you:

    “Because science behind the human genome project has more-or-less preconfigured conclusions to fit on-going politically charged preconceptions, information value to sincere researchers is limited. Though a couple of serious wobbles to the scoped narrative line have accorded an occasional borderline mainstream Media frenzy, these protests have always dwindled to teacup size. This is partly frustrated by the fact that trawling trillions beyond trillions of symptomatic markers (emphasising amino acid chains) does not even approximate the scope of real DNA as it is absent from normal sensory perception (or the five senses). “3D” DNA is confusing to laymen as non-nucleic mitochondrial genetic materials contain a shallower snapshot of development than male nuclear components. Consequentially mainstream science has made the extremely deceptive myth affirming announcement that the human came out of Africa courtesy of eight females dating somewhere between 250,000 and 350,000 years ago in order to support anthropologist Richard Dawkins’ babble. The information does camouflage some truth, but synchronistic revelation as to “what” will have to wait for my next article (part two). Bizarrely, the most authentic evidence of our genetic history can be found in the atomic layer as that is where fundamental existence progressive decisions are executed (and why radioactive fallout affects genetics). Unsurprisingly our vain scientists haven’t thought of looking there, or perhaps this is not so unexpected given establishment man Albert Einstein’s rabid fear of the quantum layer.,,,”

    “Because there are so many different states, things can become rather complicated even after rudimentary scrutiny. Therefore understanding bequeaths the names Annunaki, Enki and Enlil are not merely fanciful, exotic-sounding titles but actually all mean something. In addition, they could have each been used thousands of times or more over the ages to signify entity types or groups that satisfied generalised qualities around nominal word values. For instance, Annunaki is broken into “An”, “Nun” and “Aki”. In prehistoric terms this means An represents the “binding invisible force”, Nun is compared to “darkness” and Aki the “light”. Extrapolating further, prehistoric darkness is not our superficial “colour” (or lack of), but, rather, the primordial dark waters of infinity. Some might suppose this adequately supports the fertile ooze notion evolutionists claim was at the root of man’s origins, but not so. The term refers to space which contains a sea of undetectable atomic matter used to create everything; animate and inanimate. Hearteningly, mainstream science is beginning to see the light and some cosmologists argue space behaves like a giant ocean now. As for “Aki”, well this is closer to bedazzlement, will or spirit as the combination of maternal/paternal (essence) so it is much, much more than mere light….”

    “Those that have pawed through rambunctious literatures produced by Zechariah Sitchin will have encountered his versions of the notorious Enki and Enlil. Just because he has a large posthumous following, does not mean his opinions are beyond reproach. Frankly I insist, knowing what I know, they are littered with errors, guided by a rancid political agenda I can only assume is directed by Israel’s right wing archaeological establishment. First up, these characters (Enki, Enlil, Inanna et al) were not Anunaki beings. Anunaki is something like an entire network of stars separated by trillions of light years. How about that for a single organism! One might intelligently argue that some representations of Enki, Enlil were Anunaki cohorts. Indeed, original manifestations (way beyond physical) were known only as Ba’al. Confusingly, given biblical connotations, Ba’al is the group name given to the different guises of “God” (Annunaki/Anunaki) in manifest form. Are you all still with me? The “double n” Annunaki is complete non-manifest God and “single n” Anunaki(s) is/are [incomplete as aspects of the whole] manifest God(s). Ba’al personifies as many guises as required to satisfy the complete refracted character of the Annunaki distributed by Anunaki overlords. Initially, per that dynamic, it could be argued the two most significant divides (if that’s the right term) are individual versus group. Thus, concepts Enki and Enlil were born. Translation of terms offers succinct clarity. “En” “Ki” compares to “spirit inside” (or individual traits). “En” “Lil” is “the whole converging at one point within” (or “everything” represented as “a single entity”). That is why ancient texts posit Enki as the gene master (augmenting individuality) and Enlil as “God” (common view of the “great group”)….”


    • marylynn80 says:

      That’s very interesting, thanks!

    • Avi says:

      you forgot the best one … Raki !!

      • I am assuming you are not talking about (Raki) the Turkish strong liquor or Maori’s new horizons (north).

        Rei-ki from Japanese words is a good example which effective fuses the body’s “chi” (Greek – Ki) with its connection to/with “the other side” via a massage technique. That is one of the steps towards transcendental healing.

  4. Dan says:

    There’s also a picture going around of a secret service agent with a diazepam injection pen they are calling “seizure medication.” I buy this to an extent, cause there is clearly something wrong with her brain, but maybe she just likes being injected with valium to get high. Let’s face it the Clintons have been deeply involved in the drug trade for years. Watch The Mena Connection on youtube and read Dark Alliance by Gary Webb. That’ll help shed some light. These people aren’t going to be drug kingpins for 40 years bringing in the CIA’s coke without doing a few lines here and there.

  5. From Québec says:

    Jon, yout article is on infowars.com. So far it has 263 comments and it is still going strong.

  6. robertsgt40 says:

    And all these years I thought she was just on crack/meth. Silly me.

  7. Theodore says:

    Why Michael J. Fox Will Never Find a Cure [for his Parkinson’s disease]


  8. Theodore says:


    STEADY AS SHE GOES: Hillary holds onto railing, table, chair during home visit


  9. profRaccoon says:

    I guess I am more fit to be president, I only have permanent brain damage (non progressive).

  10. Alex J. Tamsula says:

    #Criswell thinks she takes lithium

  11. jmilamdeal says:

    Reblogged this on jmilamdeal and commented:
    If she has something like Parkinson’s, the drugs she would take would make her more unsuitable for the presidency!

  12. JoAnn Dolberg says:

    This woman was un-American, a thief, and violent l-o-n-g before she ever exhibited physical symptoms of a debilitating disease and/or drug over-dose or untoward symptoms of med-intolerance. Because she is a saul alinsky fan, she should not be in any American public office, let alone the highest office in the land. Neither should obama be there! These people are enemies of the American way of life.

  13. Reblogged this on John Barleycorn and commented:
    Money and power for starters

  14. George says:

    Please google
    ssri medication + school shootings co-pilote
    They kill in the patient ALL compassion and empathy at 100%

    Also check out ALL candidates , vice too, house pres too – God forbid the nuke power in SSRI hands

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