by Kathy Crest:
Is it coincidental that both Hillary Clinton and John McCain are wearing orthopedic boots this week? Some believe the boots are hiding ankle bracelets intended to record their every move. Could it be that their names are included in the hundreds of sealed indictments that have been reportedly issued across the U.S.? Is this why Hillary suddenly stopped her book tour? She claims to have broken a toe, but doctors familiar with these breaks say it would be very rare for an orthopedic boot to be given to a patient in such a case.
CNN reports that McCain’s office said in a statement 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.”
Alternative news sites have been swirling with suspicions after one sealed indictment after another have been detected on court records across the country. Latest reports vary between 1100 and just over 1300. If these reports are true, how in the world will our president handle a government that is left with very few honest politicians to run the nation?
Some believe only the worst of offenders will be arrested and that low level offenders will be reprimanded but allowed to remain in office. They would be put on notice and informed that they are being closely monitored, and that their necks could easily be put on the chopping block as well.
Is it coincidence that Hillary Clinton and John McCain both have “foundations” that have ties to Saudi Arabia? Hillary received $20 million dollars from the Saudi government who donated to her campaign. Some of those same leaders have been arrested in the recent sweep of corrupt princes and other high end officials in Saudi Arabia. John McCain’s foundation recently received a million dollar donation from the same government. What did Hillary and McCain do to warrant these large donations?
Hillary’s campaign manager, John Podesta, and his brother, Tony, have had ties to Saudi Arabia for years. The brothers created a lobbying firm, one of the largest in Washington DC, and Tony had been in charge of falsifying media reports that negatively affected Saudi officials. The harsh reports stemmed from airstrikes that were aimed at Yemen, that resulted in the deaths of thousands of innocent civilians. Reports claim that Tony Podesta manipulated the media outlets so they would stop airing the reports. Manipulating in this case, means “paid off”. The Saudi government wanted control of oil and minerals in Yemen, and were willing to do anything to get it. But they couldn’t continue with the attacks as long as the world suspected the truth. They paid Tony Podesta to silence the media, and then made large donations to the Clinton Foundation in return. Of course the Podestas’ firm was compensated for its trouble as well.
In John McCain’s case, a non-profit organization with close ties to McCain realized a one million dollar donation from the Saudi government, according to IRS documents filed in 2014. McCain denies any relationship to the non-profit, even though it is named after him. The McCain Institute For International Leadership, which was founded in 2012, received a “gift” of $9 million dollars from McCain,which was leftover from his 2008 presidential campaign. McCain was recently asked by a reporter to clarify his relationship with the non-profit, but he cut him off and refused to answer questions. IRS documents for the McCain Institute Foundation show the foundation’s books are kept by Carla Eudy, a longtime McCain fundraiser.
Foreign governments are barred from donating money to U.S politicians, but these laws seem to be overlooked by certain politicians. They are often structured so they don’t appear to be connected directly to foreign governments, but with a little research, it is not hard to find the link. John McCain is reported to be worth $22 million dollars, although he only makes a $193,000 per year government salary. Hillary is reportedly worth hundreds of millions of dollars, most of which was realized during her tenure as Secretary of State during the Obama administration.
Whether or not the reports of sealed indictments are accurate, it is obvious that we have politicians who are using their status to illegally pad their pockets, and something needs to be done to stop it. Jeff Sessions may be working behind the scenes, gathering evidence and issuing warrants. We can only hope. It would be the only way to bring this empire down, as it has become so large and so dangerous. Many have lost their lives trying to bring down the deep state, as it is now called. Some are even suggesting that President Trump was forced to leave the White House and disguise his trip to Asia, after experiencing mental instabilities that were causing him to slur his words. Recent reports that came out of Cuba suggest that some U.S. diplomats were overcome with the same type of brain injuries that are believed to have come from some type of nerve agent they were exposed to. Could it be that our own CIA agents who run the deep state are behind this kind of act? Could they also be named in the indictments?
If all this is true, and Donald Trump wins the battle against the shadow government that has overtaken our actual government, he will have played out a brilliant scheme that will be remembered for centuries to come. We can only hope it is true, and will have to wait patiently for signs of the take over. The media will more than likely remain silent. Many of their own will also go down. We are living through perilous times, and we can hope and pray that this corruption will soon be coming to an end.
I am just an average citizen, one who loves this country and the freedoms it has to offer. I appreciate our men and women in the military, and want to express my gratitude to them for everything they give up, so that I may enjoy a life without barriers. I write, because it is the only way I know how to express what I believe to be the truth. I feel it is a duty, but it is also a great pleasure.