Doctors — and everyone else — have recently noticed that Hillary Clinton’s eyes don’t quite match up. In a new video, Dr. Ted Noel has compiled some compelling evidence that Clinton’s disconjugate gaze could be the result of Parkinson’s disease.
Dr. Noel then discusses two devices that have provoked lots of speculation in the blogosphere: Hillary’s earpiece and the small object carried by the Secret Service agent with medical training.
The earpiece is not likely being used for prompts from off-stage, but could be a CIC-V device to control the volume of the user’s speech, a problem in Parkinson’s. It provides feedback to enable the user to speak more loudly when there is background noise and more quietly when this is appropriate.
What has been identified by some as a diazepam injector (for seizures) and the left as a flashlight (by why is the agent carrying it in daylight?) is probably, says Dr. Noel, a laser pointer. This can help unfreeze Parkinson’s sufferers who are stuck in place, unable to move their feet.
Dr. Noel notes in his video that there are neurological disorders other than Parkinson’s that could be causing Clinton’s lazy eye. However, none of them are good. Watch his video below — and watch Clinton’s eyes in the debate tonight.