Remember these images of Hillary Clinton with those strange lumps on her back under her roomy, loose-fitting coat-jacket, which are suggestive of a defibrillator vest? (See “Strange bulges under Hillary’s coat suggest a defibrillator vest”)
This was at a private fundraiser on the evening of February 24, 2016 in the home of Lisa and Joseph Rice in Charleston, SC. (The Rices’ palatial home) is actually in Mount Pleasant, a suburb of and part of the Charleston municipality.)
Joseph Rice, 62, is a prominent attorney, the co-founder and co-owner of the law firm Motley Rice LLC. A 2008 article in The Post and Courier described him as:
“Rice shook down Big Tobacco for nearly $250 billion, brokered billions more in asbestos suits and has represented clients whose family members died aboard the Sept. 11 flights. In the process, he has made himself a millionaire many times over.”
Here’s a video of the fundraiser event in the Rices’ home. Pay special attention to Hillary’s back in the beginning of the video:
Did you notice those strange bulges on her upper back, although she was wearing a roomy coat-jacket?
Here’s a screenshot from the video, with painted red arrows pointing to the bulges:
Below are more (cropped) screenshots from the video highlighting the pronounced bulges with yellow arrows and circles:
Jim Hoft of Gateway Pundit thinks Hillary’s bulges are from a defibrillator vest.
Wearable defibrillator vest:
Now a photo has cropped up, showing what appears to be a catheter beneath her right pant leg.
The photo of Hillary at a campaign rally on August 10, 2016 in Des Moines, Iowa, was taken by Steve Pope of Getty Images. (Note: FOTM is publishing the Getty image under Section 107 of the US Copyright Law’s “fair use” of copyrighted material.)
Look at Hillary’s right thigh.
This one is cropped and enlarged to get a better view of her right thigh. See that strange tube-shaped line running from the groin area, diagonally across her right thigh to above her right knee?
Sure looks like a Foley catheter:
A Foley catheter (named for its designer, Frederic Foley) is a flexible tube passed through the urethra and into the bladder to drain urine. It is the most common type of indwelling urinary catheter.
The tube of a Foley catheter has two separated channels, or lumens, running down its length. One lumen is open at both ends, and drains urine into a collection bag. The other lumen has a valve on the outside end and connects to a balloon at the tip. The balloon is inflated with sterile water when it lies inside the bladder to stop it from slipping out. Foley catheters are commonly made from silicone rubber or natural rubber….
Foley catheters are used during the following situations:
- On patients who are anesthesized or sedated for surgery or other medical care
- On comatose patients
- On some incontinent patients
- On patients whose prostate is enlarged to the point that urine flow from the bladder is cut off. The catheter is kept in until the problem is resolved.
- On patients with acute urinary retention.
- On patients who are unable due to paralysis or physical injury to use either standard toilet facilities or urinals.
- Following urethral surgeries
- Following ureterectomy
- On patients with kidney disease whose urine output must be constantly and accurately measured
- Before and after cesarean sections
- Before and after hysterectomies
- On patients who had genital injury
- On anorexic patients who are unable use standard toilets due to physical weakness and whose urine output must be constantly measured
- On patients with fibromyalgia who cannot control their bladder
A Foley catheter would explain why Hillary was late getting back to the Democratic presidential debate on December 19, 2015, in Manchester, NH. After the ABC telecast returned from a commercial break, only two of the three participants were onstage — Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley. Missing was Hillary Clinton, who strolled in moments after the action resumed, re-positioned her microphone and said “Sorry,” but did not explain her absence.
This raises a lot more questions about Hillary’s apparent health issues. Will the media ever demand she release her real health records, because voters deserve to know what’s really going on behind those poopie-pants.