The WikiLeaks email leak fiasco is the gift that keeps on giving for Republicans. Yesterday, we learned that the Democratic National Committee created a fake classified ad seeking “hot” women to work for Donald Trump.
It was a shameless scheme, and one that would have likely ended up with a criminal investigation had it been done by Republicans against the Hillary campaign.
DNC staffer Christina Freundlich emailed Luis Miranda, DNC Communications Director, on May 18, proposing a “fake Craigslist ad” for women seeking a job with the Trump Organization. The ad, shown below, claims to seek women (“must be hot”) who want to work for a large New York based company known for its “real estate investments, fake universities, steak, and wine.” Requirements include “no gaining weight on the job” and “willingness to evaluate other women’s hotness for the boss”.
It is not known what the goal was for the ad; just playful parody, or something more sinister.
The DNC Communication Director, Luis Miranda, responded to the pitch for the fake Craigslist ad with the comment, “As long as all the offensive shit is verbatim, I’m fine with it.”
When the DNC posted the ad on Craigslist is unknown.
These are the kinds of shenanigans that Democrats have been getting away with for years, while the mainstream media looks the other way.
Julian Assange promises to publish more hacked DNC emails in the weeks ahead. It should be a fun summer for Trump supporters!
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