Monday, October 16, 2017

At Least She Didn't Blame It On The Russians......Well Not Yet.

DT - Big news out of London: Hillary Clinton fell down and broke her toe. Actually, that’s not big news because Hillary falls down all the time, whether it be fainting spells or getting taken out by an errant golf ball.  The actual interesting thing about this is how completely full of shit she is in explaining how she broke her toe. She may not be running for anything anymore, but she still has the Clinton Lie Machine cranked up to 11.

Now here’s how it happened according to Hillary:
“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."
We seem to have some physics problems here from the woman who claims Republicans don’t believe in science. If her heel caught, that would propel her forward, not backwards. If she had slipped and her feet came out from underneath her, that would cause her to go backwards, but that ain’t what she said.

Next, we have some anatomy problems, again from the woman who takes the science-believing moral high-ground any chance she gets. Toes are on the front of the foot, not the back. If she somehow managed to defy physics by falling backwards after catching her heel, her toes wouldn’t have come in contact with anything. How did she manage to bust a toe with this unlikely scenario?

The answer is because she is such a lying sack of crap she feels the need to lie about something as unimportant as this. She literally can’t turn it off. That’s how being a compulsive liar works. And to prove this explanation isn’t all that truthful, she used it to score some political points:
“I tried to get up and it really hurt. I’ve broken my toe. I’ve received excellent care from your excellent health service." 
See what she did there? She gave a shout-out to Britain’s socialized medicine system as way to attack the health care system in the United States, which she is partially responsible for BTW.  Of course she didn’t mention that as a rich and famous person she received special treatment while the average person in England would have to wait to get the same treatment. What she should have said was that the health service was excellent for the privileged few like her.

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