Hillary Clinton's dementia

She must have dementia, otherwise how could her memory failed so much when she was answering (i.e. dodging) Judicial Watch questions concerning her Clinton.com non-state.gov email system.

She responded that she "did not recall" 20 times to such questions as did she alter or destroy on hrcState Department related business. How could anyone not remember such a thing. It's a gotcha question, because if she said "yes," she would be confessing to a crime. If she said "no" she subjects herself to a perjury charge. Her only possible answer was "I do not recall."  Unconvincing. Should we expect anything different considering her history of deception.

At least she didn't answer a question by saying it depends on what the definition of "is" is.

Of course, dementia is not a laughing matter. Unlike Ronald Reagan's reported alleged dementia that was ridiculed by the left, as in the book by Art Buchwald, I think I don't remember. 

Go here to see the complete list of her "don't recall" answers. Go here to see her objections to even being questioned about certain aspects of the scandal.

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  • From your link we do not know the precise questions asked in the deposition, but if you were asked "What conversations did you have between 2009 and 2013 concerning your email server?" how would you answer? Most of us would say "I don't recall." Symptom of dementia? Lying? Premature diagnosis?

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    She doesn't remember attending the official, mandatory orientation where all aspects of communications between entities of the government were discussed and official secrets documents would be signed? she doesn't remember THAT? or, she made the decision to not attend so she could claim she didn't know she couldn't install an at home email system? she gets to edit her years at the State Department?the law says no, but she is HILLARY!

  • Okay, maybe Granny has a lot on her plate and can't remember much anymore.

    I would like to know is she just stupid or a liar in saying that she didn't know "C" on emails stood for classified. Either way, that is the Democrat that all the lying stupid support for president.

  • Dennis, unless you are coming out for Jill Stein in the next couple of days, your candidate is either deranged or a doper.
    Playing both sides of the street only works for so long.

  • My father died after suffering from Alzheimer's for 8 years. It is unworthy of you to use dementia to score a political point.

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    Let me briefly tell you that there are multiple forms of dementia - alzheimer’s disease being the most common one that accounts for 40 to 75% of dementia cases and is the sixth leading cause of death in United States. Additionally, dementia and its types have common signs with some variations. Let’s start with the most common signs of dementia most commonly seen in patients at the early stages of the disease. They start experiencing subtle memory loss, mood instability such as immediate occurrences of maniac (laugh) and depression (sadness) episodes, and have trouble with listening and explaining things to other people, communicational obstructions to be exact. They also segregate their selves from social gatherings and unions, face difficulty in performing daily chores and also experience muscle impairment. Additionally, some people fail to converse with other people because they fail to keep up the pace and comparatively take longer to process the coming words and repeat the same question over and over again. Most of the cases showed that, dementia patients start segregating their selves and start living alone because they could not keep up with the lives of normal people. They just are not up for the adaptation to change. In one of the form of dementia, which is Lewy Body dementia, probable signs appear to be sleeplessness. Patients experience insomnia which leads to mood swings. It has been seen that they fail to keep tracks of roads and lose their tracking skills as well. In case of Alzheimer’s, a patient the most common signs are memory loss and forgetfulness. In some cases, it has been observed that people with Alzheimer’s segregate their selves from others. Additionally, they experience complete memory loss and trouble understanding visual images and spatial relationships, lack the judgement skill and a complete withdrawal from work or social activities. One most commonly observed is the forgetfulness and inability to retrace steps. There is another type of dementia called Parkinson’s characterized as uncontrollable movement of body parts such a shaking limbs and fingers. It has been observed that patients experience writing and speech changes, their ability to respond fails badly and they lose posture and balance. One of the common sign is bradykinesia characterized as slow body movement. One thing to keep in mind before labelling someone as a dementia patient is that forgetfulness and memory loss do no really mean a person has dementia because memory loss and forgetfulness are a normal parts of aging. But if any severity has been observed in these signs, a patient definitely requires a professional advice and consultation. There is no cookie approach to cure dementia but if you observe such changings or signs in your loved ones do not take it for granted before it gets too late.
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