New emails show Hillary Clinton was discussing ‘decision fatigue’ drugs
Newly released emails show Hillary Clinton and her staff discussing a drug which could help alleviate “decision fatigue.” Here is more:
WikiLeaks is highlighting hacked emails that show the deep concern then-Secretary of State Clinton’s staff had for her health. Previous emails revealed Mrs. Clinton was “often confused” and napped when she had meetings scheduled.
The hacker group is drawing special attention to emails that indicate that her staff may have been concerned about how her health could affect her job performance.
In one email, Clinton attorney, chief-of-staff and confidant Cheryl Mills sent the Secretary of State information to read on “decision fatigue.” In her reply, the Secretary declared it to be a “spooky descriptive”
So what is “decision fatigue” and what “spooky descriptive” symptoms could a person suffer who has this?
The email made the case that when confronted with many choices, sometimes people with low energy would make any decision just to get it over with. The paper exhorted people to stay nourished so that they would have the energy to make good decisions.
Apparently, Mills thought her boss needed this info.
That alone should send shivers down the spines of all Americans when they think about the decisions Hillary Clinton will be making, and how she comes to make the decisions, when she becomes President. But that is not all: other emails showed Hillary Clinton and her staff talking about a drug called Provigil to help keep her awake at work. Oh, and by the way, Provigil is also used to treat people with Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and Multiple Sclerosis…
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