Are Hillary’s and John McCain’s orthopedic boo…

Posted on November 7, 2017 by Dr. Eowyn

There is a buzz in the Alternative Media that the orthopedic
boots worn by Hillary Clinton and John McCain may actually be ankle
bracelets so that law enforcement can keep track of their whereabouts.

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Remember Hillary Clinton saying
she broke her big toe while “running down stairs wearing heels and
falling backward” and so had to discontinue her book tour in the UK?

Here she is, in her last public appearance in the UK, wearing a
special boot during an appearance on the BBC’s “Graham Norton Show” on
Oct. 15, 2017.

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When I posted about her broken toe, FOTM‘s Dave, who recently had much experience with toe and foot medical issues, remarked that “Broken toes do not require boots like that.”

It turns out that the real reason why Hillary discontinued her book
tour, broken toe or not, is because she got wind that news would break
the next day about Uranium One — that the Obama administration’s FBI and DOJ had known, as early as 2009, about a multi-million $ payoff
bribe that the Russian government “routed” to the Clinton Foundation
while Hillary was Secretary of State, prior to the State Department’s
approval of a controversial deal in 2010 giving Moscow control of 20% of
American uranium.

Coincidentally, RINO warmonger Sen. John McCain — whose foundation, the McCain Institute for International Leadership, is funded by the Saudis
(remember this!), Rothschilds and George Soros — recently also acquired
an orthopedic boot on his right foot, just like Hillary.

CNN reports that McCain’s office said in a statement yesterday, Nov. 6:

“Senator McCain was treated at Walter Reed Medical Center
over the weekend for a minor tear in his right Achilles tendon, as well
as for other normal and non-life-threatening side effects of cancer
therapy. Senator McCain has returned to work in the Senate and will be
wearing a walking boot until his injured tendon is fully healed.”

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Bloomberg reported
in 2016 that Saudi Arabia donated $1 million to the McCain Institute, a
contribution the Institute has refused to explain publicly. (See “McCain cuts off questions about Saudi donation“)