Hillary Clinton is one of the most-watched women in the world, having been in the media spotlight for over 30 years. Lately, she has been displaying concerning behavior, and with the possibility that she could be the leader of the free world, Americans want to know what’s wrong with her. Now, footage has been uncovered of Hillary acting unstable and information proves the official mental illness she is suffering from.
After Hillary delivered her speech at the Democratic National Convention (DNC), she was joined on stage by Bill Clinton. As the video below shows, Hillary’s reaction to balloons coming down can only be described as nutty and very unstable, and it caused the speculation about her mental health to once again become a topic of debate.
It is just one moment captured. Although it is really creepy, Americans need to know if Hillary has an official mental illness. With over 30 years of history to go on and my own experience and education in healthcare, giving my professional opinion of Hillary’s mental fitness is pretty easy.
We know Hillary is a pathological liar, and the email scandal shows that she has no regard for the law. We now know it was Hillary who decided to go outside the oath she took to keep top secret documents within the government’s server, and that shows she believes she is above the law.
Based on her behavior, Hillary seems to perfectly fit the bill for antisocial personality disorder, and there’s plenty of reasons to back up my assessment. This is the same disorder that all hardened criminals fall into, otherwise known as sociopathic personality disorder. According to the DSM-IV, three or more of the following are required to be diagnosed as antisocial:
- Failure to conform to social norms with respect to lawful behaviors as indicated by repeatedly performing acts that are grounds for arrest.
- Deceitfulness, as indicated by repeatedly lying, use of aliases, or conning others for personal profit or pleasure.
- Impulsivity or failure to plan ahead.
- Irritability and aggressiveness, as indicated by repeated physical fights or assaults.
- Consistent irresponsibility, as indicated by repeated failure to sustain consistent work behavior or honor financial obligations.
- Lack of remorse, as indicated by being indifferent to or rationalizing having hurt, mistreated, or stolen from another.
- Reckless disregard for safety of self or others
Hillary’s behavior is seen in numbers 1, 2, 4, 5 and 6. Number one, “respect to lawful behaviors,” is covered with the email scandal and so many more scandals and cover-ups that Hillary has been involved in. Lying has number two covered, and number four is attested to by various staffers, most recently the retired Secret Service agent Gary Byrne.
Agent Byrne broke his silence and said, “She’d explode in my face without reservation or decorum,” and he relates an episode in which Hillary Clinton — in a screaming, obscenity-laced tantrum wherein she referred to Secret Service agents as “assholes” — vented to Bill Clinton that she thought the Secret Service was out to get them.
Number five, “consistent irresponsibility and as indicated by repeated failure to sustain consistent work behavior,” can be summed up with Benghazi. For months, Chris Stevens emailed the State Department and his good friend Hillary for more security.
She was consistently irresponsible and repeatedly failed not only to provide security but then she didn’t honor her duty to rescue her people who were left there to be killed. Therefore, it’s my conclusion that Hillary achieves a score of 5 out of 7 symptoms of antisocial personality disorder, which is 3 more than needed for an official diagnosis, and she joins other famous sociopaths like Ted Bundy and Adolf Hitler.
She does not care who gets in her way, and as our Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Powers said about Hillary, “She is a monster, too – that is off the record – she is stooping to anything.” Those words are from a fellow Democrat, but what does this all mean? Hillary, if elected, will be far worse than Barack Obama — if you can imagine that.
[h/t Gateway Pundit]