[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]A longtime ally and member of the Clinton inner circle, current Clinton Crime Family Foundation head and former Secretary of Health and Human Services under serial woman abuser, Democrat former president Bill Clinton, Donna Shalala, said in previously unreleased audio recordings that the Clintons were in a mental state of “Paranoia” in 1994, four years before corrupt, scandal-plagued Hillary Clinton invented the infamous “vast right-wing conspiracy” that she believe was orchestrating to take down her husband after he lied under oath in a sexual abuse case against him.[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”5517620b381df”][vc_column_text]In recordings obtained by the Washington Free Beacon this week, Shalala describes the delusional Clinton mental state while she was still heading the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
Shalala describes the Clintons in the tapes as always “feeling sorry for themselves” and that they talked about conspiracy theories of people being out to get them “all the time” and that people just weren’t understanding how great they were because their message was being stifled.
“[The Clintons are] feeling sorry for themselves. They talk about [conspiracies] all the time. That there really is a conspiracy out there to get us. That we don’t have a chance, people don’t understand how much good we’ve done. Our message isn’t getting across because these people are beating us up.”
Shalala speculated that then Clinton political hatchetmen Paul Begala or James Carville were feeding the Clintons the information that fueled their mental state of delusion and paranoia that created the thought of a “right-wing conspiracy.”
“There is a feeling in the White House, and I don’t know whether it’s [James] Carville or [Paul] Begala or who’s giving them the materials. But sitting on the desks of their staff there’s these materials on this right-wing conspiracy.”
The Free Beacon reveals that they obtained the tapes from the Wisconsin Historical Society on the University of Wisconsin campus. The recording is part of a series of interviews conducted by late Pulitzer Prize winning reporter Haynes Johnson.[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”553157113d3ff”][vc_column_text]MentalHealth.com describes people with Paranoid Personality Disorder as individuals who:
“…falsely believe that they are being victimized by others. They are highly critical of others, yet hypersensitive to criticism of themselves. They bear grudges and are unwilling to forgive the insults that they think they have received.”
That definition of this mental condition could describe the majority of progressive liberal Democrats who believe they are somehow being mysteriously victimized by someone who looks or thinks differently than they do.
If a drug manufacturer could come up with a pill to cure this disease, they could make a fortune.