Hillary Clinton KURU Disease From PizzaGate

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Ever wonder why Hillary Clinton has sudden outbreaks of hysteria and laughs like the Wicked Witch of the West?

Kuru disease is known as the “laughing sickness“ due to the pathologic bursts of laughter which are a symptom of the disease.

What are the symptoms of kuru?

  • – difficulty walking
  • – poor coordination
  • – difficulty swallowing
  • – slurred speech
  • – moodiness and behavioral changes
  • – dementia
  • – muscle twitching and tremors
  • – inability to grasp objects
  • – random, compulsive laughing or crying

Has Mrs. Clinton been increasingly documented displaying these exact symptoms during the presidental race? We will let you decide in this short video:

What are the causes of kuru? 
Kuru belongs to a class of diseases called transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSEs), also called prion diseases. It primarily affects the cerebellum — the part of your brain responsible for coordination and balance.
Unlike most infections or infectious agents, kuru is not caused by a bacteria, virus, or fungus.  Infectious, abnormal proteins known as prions cause kuru. Prions are not living organisms and do not reproduce. They are inanimate, misshapen proteins that multiply in the brain and form clumps, hindering normal brain processes.
You can contract the disease by eating an infected brain or coming into contact with open wounds or sores of someone infected with it. Kuru developed primarily in the Fore people of New Guinea when they ate the brains of dead relatives during funeral rites. Women and children were mainly infected because they were the primary participants in these rites. [1]

Notice the ‘W‘ in the word “WITH” in the leaked images of the spirit cooking, parties. Pay attention this is extremely significant.

[1] Source: http://www.healthline.com/health/kuru#Symptoms2

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