In a new book former secret service agent Gary Byrne paints a pretty bizarre and disturbing picture of the Clinton White House which includes drug use, mistresses, and the extremely volatile, angry, verbally abusive, and sociopathic personality of Hillary Clinton.
Byrne said that staffers would often be deathly afraid of Clinton for minor things like mistakes made on invitations.
“There’s many examples that I site in my book where she blows up at people,” Byrne said. “Like I’ve said, she has blown up at me before, and agents, and her staff. At one time, I saw her staff so afraid to tell her about a mistake that was made. They weren’t upset about the waste of the mistake, ordering the wrong invitations, they were terrified that someone was going to have to tell Hillary Clinton that there was a mistake made.“
“There was one particular staff member that they had come in in the morning, and they’d be so beat up and exhausted looking, worn out, exhausted to the point where they couldn’t be seen saying good morning. And they’d go in their office and go the bathroom and come out of the bathroom completely elevated and happy and smiling.”
Hillary’s obvious neurological problems have been speculated about elsewhere, typically blamed on post-concussion syndrome. But what if it’s just the deterioration of her mind due to a lifetime of cocaine use?
In addition to the increased risk for stroke and seizures, other neurological problems can occur with long-term cocaine use.7,18 There have been reports of intracerebral hemorrhage, or bleeding within the brain, and balloon-like bulges in the walls of cerebral blood vessels.7,18 Movement disorders, including Parkinson’s disease, may also occur after many years of cocaine use.7 Generally, studies suggest that a wide range of cognitive functions are impaired with long-term cocaine use—such as sustaining attention, impulse inhibition, memory, making decisions involving rewards or punishments, and performing motor tasks.14
Whether years of cocaine abuse have contributed to her problems or not, it is astonishing that we are as a society moving toward electing for President someone whose mental state is so questionable. I do not want this volatile human being in charge of matters of grave importance to the state. This is not a game. The future of our world is at stake.