HILLARY CLINTON HAS DYSPHASIA, SAYS TRUMP SPOKESPERSON KATRINA PIERSON…AMERICA IS LEARNING NEW MEDICAL TERMS FOLKS! BTW, HILLARY CAMPAIGNS WITH A STAMINA OF SICK, CONFUSED AND TIRED GRANDMA!
‘Hillary Clinton has DYSPHASIA!’. Appearing on MSNBC last Thursday, one of Donald Trump’s top spokesperson Katrina Pierson just gave us another medical term to describe one of Hillary Clinton’s health problems.
“What’s new are the other reports or observations of Hillary Clinton’s behavior or mannerisms … as well as her dysphasia, the fact that she’s fallen, she has had a concussion, there are really interesting things out there,” Pierson said.
Pierson also pointed out the missing in action Democrat candidate , ‘Hillary Clinton has taken a lot of time off the campaign trail. It’s something that needs to be addressed, she’s taken a lot of time off the campaign trail. She hasn’t held a press conference this year. Why don’t we just have Mrs. Clinton have a press conference and she can answer all of these questions.”
So Hillary is obviously campaigning with a stamina of a sick, old grandma who longs for her three hour nap every afternoon and who can’t stand a lot of noise around her ( that’s why they use room for event the size of Bill Clinton’s bedroom for his mistress).
Why Hillary can’t have a press conference? “She is often confused” – Hillary’s own top aide ( and rumored long time lover ? ) Huma Abedin said in an email dated Jan 2013, just one month after her brain injury. Source .She has to stick to teleprompter and her script cards. It’s like talking to a grandma with poor memory who always has confusing version of people, events and places that’s why during Benghazi Congress hearing she screamed, ‘What difference does it make?!’
WHAT IS DYSPHASIA? Dysphasia is a partial or complete impairment of the ability to communicate resulting from brain injury. It erodes a person’s ability to speak or comprehend language.
CAUSES OF DYSPHASIA: Although dysphasia may manifest in several ways, the common cause for its onset is damage or trauma to the brain. Infection, direct trauma, transient ischemic attack (TIA), brain tumors, and degeneration can also instigate the onset of dysphasia.
SYMPTOMS: The majority of symptoms will be language related, including:
- Difficulty remembering words
- Difficulty naming objects and/or people
- Difficulty speaking in complete and/or meaningful sentences
- Difficulty speaking in any fashion
- Difficulty reading or writing
- Difficulty expressing thoughts and feelings
- Difficulty understanding spoken language
- Using incorrect or jumbled words
- Using words in the wrong order