Hillary Campaign Uses Noise Machine to Block Press

Wait…I thought a Hillary Clinton speech was the noise machine!

Here’s where they used the noise machine so the media couldn’t hear what Hillary was saying.

From The Daily Caller:

Hillary Clinton’s campaign team reportedly used a static noise machine on Thursday to block reporters outside of a fundraiser in Denver from hearing her remarks.

That’s according to Stan Bush, a reporter for Denver’s CBS-4, who was stationed outside of the event, which was held outdoors at the home of Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, a superdelegate who has endorsed Clinton.

Bush said that the noise interference machine was turned on after a band — later identified as Big Head Todd and the Monsters — finished playing music and before Clinton spoke. The device was placed inside of a fence on the property and aimed in the direction of the press, Bush wrote.

That’s got to be some kind of noise blocker if it can mask HRC’s patented screech!

What would you use to shut out Hillary’s melodious voice? Please comment below.


  1. I can’t imagine why Mrs. Clinton would not want reporters, many of whom are undoubtedly supporters of hers, to hear her speech. Isn’t the whole point of campaigning to get your message out to the widest possible audience? Wouldn’t the reporters who hear her speech report on it and disseminate its message to a much larger group than the audience that was in attendance for the speech? What did she say in that speech that she doesn’t want the general public to hear?

    If the choice comes down to Mr. Trump or Mrs. Clinton I’ll pick Mr. Trump. It’s not a difficult decision to make. Mr. Trump is far more qualified to hold the office than Mrs. Clinton ever will be.

  2. No nonsense leader? Ambassador Stevens was unavailable for comment.

  3. As usual, my smart friend Leslie has an excellent suggestion. Exorcist, Part II (or III, since I think there was a part II): the Hillary, or something like that. It’s a hit in the making!

  4. Yes, especially if she started getting “animated,” as in screeching. Thought experiment: which is worse, the screeching or the cackling?

  5. The hyena like cackling is truly annoying on the same level as nails on a chalkboard, but in my humble opinion the self-righteous screeching is much worse.

  6. I have to agree.

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