WASHINGTON (PNN) - August 31, 2016 - Dr. David Scheiner, the personal physician for illegitimate dictator President Barack Obama for over 20 years, has weighed in about the ongoing controversy concerning the health of Amerika’s two major party presidential candidates.
Appearing as a guest on CNN’s Out Front with Erin Burnett Tuesday, he was asked to comment concerning Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s health.
Although former presidential candidate and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson refused to speculate on Clinton’s health last week, Scheiner showed no restraint.
Burnett asked Scheiner whether he believes the release of a two-page letter from Clinton’s doctor assuring the public of her health is sufficient. Among other medical information, the letter stated, “She had follow up testing in 2013 which revealed complete resolution of the effects of the concussion, as well as total dissolution of the thrombosis. Mrs. Clinton also tested negative for all clotting disorders.”
“Is that enough?” Burnett asked.
“No,” Scheiner replied. “First of all she’s also 68-years-old. While I think that medical letter was well-written and very professional, it’s not enough.”
Scheiner noted that the prescription blood thinner Clinton is taking to prevent blood clots must be monitored. “I’d like to know how well she is being controlled. That’s a difficult drug to use,” he said.
The blood thinner Coumadin, as the physician conveyed, can be an extremely dangerous medication. While it’s used to prevent blood clots, it can put patients in stupor and cause a fall, both of which appear to have happened to the former secretary of state. In some cases, use of blood thinners can lead to life-threatening internal bleeding.
In line with those who have suspected Clinton may be suffering from conditions brought about from a brain injury, Scheiner said Clinton should undergo a brain exam.
“I think she should have had a neurological examination, a thorough neurological examination in 2016,” he said. “We know what happens to football players who have had concussions, how they begin to lose their cognitive ability.”
“I think both of them should release their records,” he concluded.
Scheiner also expressed his concerns about Trump’s possible medical issues. At 70-years-old, Scheiner pointed out Trump would be the oldest president to enter the White House. He also was not satisfied with the letter released from Trump’s doctor, insisting more detail is needed.