This was pointed out to us by Mike Cernovich over at Danger & Play.

He wrote,

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Have you ever noticed that once you notice something, you can’t stop noticing it? That’s called the Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon and now you’ll never stop noticing that sick Hillary Clinton always has a stool to rest on nearby (#HillarysStools).

A reader pointed out Hillary leaning on a stool, as sick Hillary looked tired and fatigued. Now I can’t stop noticing that every picture of Hillary has a hidden stool nearby.

And then produced photo after photo of Hillary… and stools.


And you know what? He’s right.

It’s easier to find pictures of Hillary on the campaign trail with a stool than without.

And it isn’t just this campaign. #HillarysStools go back a long, long way.


It even blossomed to the point that #HillarysHandrails became a hashtag after it was pointed out handrails were installed along the sidewalk at Joe Biden’s childhood home in preparation for a Hillary photo op.



The hashtag#HillarysStools trended on Twitter to the point that Fox News even had to cover it.

And that’s not all. More stories about Hillary’s health are pouring out. This one features a collection of pictures that purport to prove Hillary has been wearing pantsuits to cover up a hidden catheter for bladder control during public events:


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One thing is for certain: questions about #HillarysHealth are NOT going to quietly go away… Not during the (s)election, and not if we’re forced to endure her as president.


It’s to the point that Clinton Campaign Manager Robby Mook went on Rachel Maddow’s show to address these “divisive” and “hateful” “conspiracy theories” he blames on Trump:

Piper writes for The Daily Sheeple. There’s a lot of B.S. out there. Someone has to write about it.