Accuracy in Media

The Hillary Clinton campaign wanted to make sure that a private speech that the Democratic frontrunner gave Thursday in Denver remained private when it turned on a “white noise” machine that made it impossible for the media, which was outside the venue, to hear anything Clinton said.

Clinton gave her speech at the home of Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper in what was apparently a backyard garden setting.

White noise machines emit a sound or frequency that helps keep conversations private or limited to those in a specific area.

Stan Bush, a reporter for local CBS affiliate KCNC tweeted about the unusual maneuver by the Clinton campaign:

As noted above, the machine was turned off after Clinton finished speaking.

There is nothing wrong with what the Clinton campaign did since it was a private fundraiser, but it is unusual to use such a device in an outdoor setting.





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Comments

  • Rufus Cornpone

    Anything Hillary has to say is white noise anyway…

  • thkaboutit

    The most hated woman in America………….

  • Tiger58

    Yes indeed, she’s the most transparent woman in America. She said so herself.

  • Richard Lee

    Now we see secrecy! If only she had protected her emails. Our enemies wouldn’t have all our state department secrets..

  • politicallynaive

    You have to hand it to the Clintons…George Orwell is just a piker compared to them . Too bad he isn’t around now for his book “1984” would have been even better…..

  • toomanyrappers

    We didn’t pay enough to hear her not doing a performance.

    Serfs can’t hear the real message. They might understand.

  • Marcy Scrot

    Those who have nothing to hide, hide nothing.

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