COMEDY: Hillary Clinton Campaign To Hold Fundraiser At Cybersecurity Event

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If there’s any type of event you would think the Hilary campaign would avoid like the plague, it would be a cybersecurity event. They completely lack self awareness and this is proof.

The Daily Wire reported:

NO JOKE: Hillary Clinton Campaign Holding Fundraiser At Cybersecurity Event

On Wednesday night, in irony of ironies, the Hillary Clinton campaign will hold a fundraiser in Las Vegas at an unlikely event for the security-challenged candidate: the annual Black Hat “global information security event.”

Jeff Moss, the founder of Black Hat, Michael Sulmeyer, the Clinton campaign’s “Cybersecurity Working Group Coordinator”; and Jake Braun, who served as a White House public liaison with the Department of Homeland Security, will be featured speakers at the event, discussing “cyber policy issues” facing the next president. Although the event is not an “official” campaign event, prospective attendees who want to learn more about cyber security can buy tickets through the Clinton campaign website.

There is no word as to whether the experts gathered at the event will refer to the numerous ways in which Clinton’s lax security procedures endangered US security.

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According to, the Clinton campaign informed them that the event was “organized by supporters without any involvement from the campaign.”

What’s next? A campaign event in Libya?

Will anyone in the media note the hypocritical irony of this event?


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