Hillary Clinton has an 11th toe.
I don’t have the medical records. She refuses to release them. But just try to come up with some other explanation for why she’s so infrequently photographed in sandals or flip-flops; why she seldom appears barefoot in public; why, during debates, she keeps her legs, especially the lower halves, tucked carefully behind the lectern.
She’s covering something up, and it’s that freakish, disqualifying digit.
Have you watched her walk? Look closely. She wobbles a bit, or maybe it’s more of a teeter, combined with a lurch, and the likeliest cause is podiatric asymmetry. I consulted foot specialists. At least they referred to themselves that way online, and when I assured them that an interview with me could be their springboard to Sean Hannity, they opened up.
‘Does Hillary Clinton have a superfluous toe?’ I asked one of them.
'I can’t definitively rule that out,’ he said.
Even the Times’ celebrated food critic and opinions writer, Frank Bruni, is over this shit.