Dr. David Andrew Pinsky, best known as Dr. Drew, said on air that he’s “gravely concerned” about the care Hillary Clinton is getting in regards to her questionable health.
Pinsky is a board-certified internist, addiction medicine specialist, and media personality, added the treatment the former secretary of state has received is “bizarre,” which could explain the “weird side-effects” people are noticing.
He said he made his assessment together with his colleague, internist Dr. Robert Huizenga.
“Based on the information that she has provided and her doctors have provided, we’re gravely concerned … not just about her health but her health care,” Pinsky said during his appearance Tuesday on KABC-AM’s “McIntyre in the Morning.”
“Both of us concluded that if we had provided the care that she was receiving, we’d be ashamed to show up in a doctors’ lounge,” he continued. “She’s receiving sort of 1950-level care by our evaluation.”
Pinsky went on to say that her treatment may be worsening her clotting problems.
“The very medicine the doctors are using may be causing this problem and they’re using an old-fashioned medicine to treat it,” he said. “It’s bizarre.”
Pinsky also said her condition in its current state is “dangerous” and “concerning.” He also commented on Hillary wearing “prism” type glasses after hitting her head, suggesting she suffered “brain damage.”
Pinsky hosts the TV talk show “Dr. Drew on call” on CNN Headline News.
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