There's now slow-motion video making it painfully clear that something is wrong.
In the post below, we showed a scene that just took place in which McCain was momentarily confused on stage, not knowing where to go. We posted the
video because it was funny. But Joe just realized that literally seconds before McCain became confused on stage, his face twitched or convulsed twice.
Look at the video.
It happened twice. First in a rather major way at 5 seconds, then more minor at 10/11 seconds. You can see McCain's left eye twitch closed, and at
the same time, the left corner of his lip twitched upwards - it's especially pronounced in the 4th photo above. What is going on with McCain's
This isn't normal. And it happened right before he became confused and couldn't figure out how to get off the stage.
At some point, the corporate media needs to do its job and stop being a bunch of politically correct wimps. We just saw - AGAIN - something go
physically wrong with McCain's face. It's not the first time it's happened, we documented it before. But the media refuses to ask McCain what is
wrong with him because, well, it's not clear why.
McCain is 72 years old, was tortured for five years (which couldn't have done wonders to his health), and then had FOUR bouts of serious melanoma.
His health is an issue, and he has never fully released his medical records in a way that permits anyone to actually peruse them correctly - he only
permitted reports to look at each page of his medical records for about 10 seconds before switching to another page. And no one was permitted to copy
or take with any of the records. They're now back under lock and key.
Note the second twitch/convulsion right before McCain finished and became befuddled. Since the corporate media isn't doing its job, and the McCain
campaign won't release his medical records, we have to turn to the public. Would any doctors out there please give an analysis of what could be
causing this? Here's something interesting from Wikipedia:
Several conditions can cause a facial paralysis, e.g., brain tumor, stroke, and Lyme disease. However, if no specific cause can be identified, the
condition is known as Bell's Palsy. Another theory being discussed in the comments is a mini-stroke, commonly known as a TIA...a "transient ischemic
I'm no McCain fan but this has to fall under the "too much time on your hands" category.
Everybody's face does that under slow-mo.
And not knowing the way out of a stage you've never been on before is no great gaffe.
Heres one ive noticed a long time ago.... look at the left side of his face right side of the screen ...his jaw looks like it has a goiter or tumor on
it.. i've noticed on regular tv every time i see him
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