Trump has complained about the mainstream media’s coverage of numerous recent WikiLeaks releases, saying Wednesday on Twitter: “Very little pick-up by the dishonest media of incredible information provided by WikiLeaks. So dishonest! Rigged system!”
WikiLeaks has revealed the extent to which the Democratic National Committee was playing dirty tricks against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, trying to erode his support among women.
In emails from May that were hacked from the account for John Podesta, chairman of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign, it is revealed that the DNC created fake job ads that would smear Trump.
The scheme was first revealed in a May 18 email from Christina Freundlich of the DNC.
In the email, she said the DNC had “created a fake craigslist jobs post for women who want to apply to jobs one of Trump’s organizations.”
The email read that the organization was “[s]eeking staff members for multiple positions in a large, New York-based corporation known for its real estate investments, fake universities, steaks, and wine.”
“The boss has very strict standards for female employees, ranging from the women who take lunch orders (must be hot) to the women who oversee multi-million dollar construction projects (must maintain hotness demonstrated at time of hiring),” the fake job ad read.
The job title was “Honey Bunch.”
The fake ad listed several job requirements:
– No gaining weight on the job (we’ll take some ‘before’ pictures when you start to use later as evidence)
– Must be open to public humiliation and open-press workouts if you do gain weight on the job
– A willingness to evaluate other women’s hotness for the boss’ satisfaction is a plus
– Should be proficient in lying about age if the boss thinks you’re too old
– Working mothers not preferred (the boss finds pumping breast milk disgusting, and worries they’re too focused on their children)
The ad, which sent respondents to a fake email with “Trump” in the address, also talked about the company.
“We’re proud to maintain a ‘fun’ and friendly work environment, where the boss is always available to meet with his employees. Like it or not, he may greet you with a kiss on the lips or grope you under the meeting table,” the fake ad read.
When the ad was sent to DNC Communications Director Luis Miranda for approval, the verdict was succinct.
@gatewaypundit these pond scums will do anything to get her elected.
— red (@kotuzak) October 14, 2016