Bill Clinton’s attempt at downplaying his wife’s recent fainting spell may have backfired.During an interview with CBS News’ Charlie Rose, the former president said that Hillary Clinton has “on more than one occasion” had a fainting episode after becoming “severely dehydrated…”“Because frequently,” Clinton began, according to CBS’ website, before correcting himself, “well not frequently, rarely — but on more than one occasion, over the last many, many years, the same sort of thing happened to her when she got severely dehydrated.”
“Oh, she collapses like that all the time!”
I told you, her amygdala is defective and easily triggered, and as a result this happens to her all the time. I will bet it correlates with rages, startles, and other amygdala-exciting stimuli. And I will bet it is happening with ever greater frequency.
Notice how many rabbits we have discussed who are like this. They are going along fine, until a faint image, so vague we would not even see it and they call it a dogwhistle, flashes through their amygdala, their amygdala cues in on it, and “Bang!” Lights out. A while later their amygdala reboots and comes back online, they pick themselves up, and then go on as if nothing happened. “Oh, that? That happens all the time!”
You or me? We’d think we going to die soon. We’d freak out and get medical attention immediately. But for them, these are just normal everyday occurrences. Even the people around them are unphased.
The amygdala hijack is not a myth. It is real, and an understanding of how to conjure the fleeting images it scans for, in such a way as to trigger it’s most basic function, is an amazingly powerful skill when dealing with these mental defectives.