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December 26, 2016 23 min

During the election, Dr. Ted Noel went from being an obscure Florida retired anesthesiologist to becoming a star citizen journalist, in just a few short months. His probing analytic youTube videos into Hillary Clinton's deteriorating health quickly went viral and were seen by millions. It got to the point that the Clinton Campaign altered her tv appearances to shield her health issues from Dr. Noel's probing eye and the television cameras.

As a retired doctor, he had little to lose, but his impact was huge. He searing analysis brought out the facts about Hillary's potential Parkinson's Disease and potentially cost her big at the polls. How big we'll never know, but it almost certainly had an electoral impact and for that we're extremely grateful to him and his tireless quest for the truth.  

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