Unbelievable What Hillary’s Aide Researched

Recent emails that were uncovered gave everyone a lot more information. It is incredible to see what Hillary’s aide researched. And it was Jake Sullivan, a top aide, at that.

Unbelievable What Hillary’s Aide Researched

Hillary's Aide Researched

What did Sullivan research? The drug Provigil. Hillary’s top foreign policy adviser was searching for information on a drug that is used to fight Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. On top of that, he told Secretary of State Clinton about his findings. This was reported by The Daily Caller.

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Sullivan also noted that Provigil is often prescribed to treat “excessive sleepiness in patients with Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and multiple sclerosis.”

He stated that Modafinil–the drug’s original name–“gained attention in the medical community because it is the first effective stimulant with no significant potential for abuse” before explaining “it can be used for two to three day stretches at a time, with few known side effects and little risk of addiction.”

Sullivan’s email adds to the speculation that Hillary is having serious issues with her health. On top of her health are the Hillary Clinton lies.

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