A broken toe will heal on its own in four to six weeks. It’s been two months for sympathy addict, pathological liar and perpetual victim Hillary Clinton. We’re supposed to believe
It’s time to call BS on Hillary Clinton again, this time she’s lying about the supposed toe injury she sustained while conveniently out of the country peddling a package of excuses. blaming and whining, her book.
It’s been two months since she claims the injury took place, in Britain, in October. If you look at the boot she was wearing last night in Vancouver, as she was hawking her wares to the gullible globalist slaves of the future, it looks more like something that would secure a foot to a snowboard.
There’s a lot of heavy duty strapping and generous padding in that sock, or perhaps a really swollen foot well above the supposedly offending toe. The foot/boot combination is almost the size of a snowboard boot, which might be consistent with the speculations others have made that she’s wearing a GPS monitor in her role as a perpetual criminal suspect.
Most broken toes heal within four to six weeks, according to the Mayo Clinic. This injury is taking longer to heal than it took James Comey to write his pre-interview exoneration letter. By now she should be able to just tape the toe to another, if that’s even necessary, and should be well past the point of needing the boot.
Clinton described the events that led to the “injury” as “I was running down the stairs in heels with a cup of coffee in hand, I was talking over my shoulder and my heel caught and I fell backwards.”
First of all, Hillary Clinton doesn’t run, particularly down stairs. She’s the woman who needed help navigating every staircase she came in contact with during the campaign and who had to have a little mini-step installed in her ambulance/limo in order for her to be able to get in and out without having to be carried. She still requires help getting out of vehicles.
If she was running down the stairs, her momentum would have carried her forward in the situation she describes, not backwards. She would have fallen forward.
And if she was going down the stairs, as she says, there was nothing but air in front of her foot when the heel caught. So there was nothing that would have come into contact with her toe as she fell backwards, a short distance, onto the ample cushioning of her rear end. If her heel caught, as she says, then it wasn’t moving and her toe couldn’t have impacted anything. She could have sprained or broken her ankle, which might have been a better excuse, but not broken her toe.
The pant-suited parasite says she was wearing high heels, which, as a review of campaign photos verifies, are usually no more than three inches in height at the most, and with a large diameter heel, nothing like the stiletto style that comes to mind in her description.
And looking at the massive webbing and buckles that keep her foot secured inside the boot, one can’t help but notice that her foot or something is bulging out beyond them, as if she’s wearing several, perhaps dozens of pairs of socks underneath it. The toe is not nearly so well padded, odd to the casual observer for the claimed malady.
Maybe there’s something underneath there that the pathological liar isn’t telling us about. Perhaps it’s the GPS or some other condition that causes swelling in the leg and foot. It’s twice the size of her left foot. Is that all evil Clinton under the sock and a condition that is more serious than a broken toe?
That’s a question that her drooling attendees might want to ask regarding the industrial strength foot boot. It’s the same as the title of her crappy book, “What happened?” Just don’t expect to hear the truth.
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