The public and the media got a good chuckle out of the GOP’s Wi-Fi password for Tuesday night’s debate, as journalists covering the debate had to enter “StopHillary” into their laptops to connect to the venue’s Wi-Fi network.
According to The Hill, the Democrats are “firing back” tonight by trolling the GOP with their own Wi-Fi login name: 13MillionNewJobs. That’s hilarious, but the joke doesn’t stop there. There is no password, because “The Democratic Party is the party of inclusion.”
— The Hill (@thehill) November 14, 2015
@thehill You might not want to mention workforce participation stats.
— Hockey Dad (@SafeSchoolsCzar) November 14, 2015
— hrumphgrumble (@hrumphgrumble) November 14, 2015
@thehill unfortunately we don't all want to work at Burger King or Applebee's.
— janet l (@winojanet) November 14, 2015
@thehill nope they believe the government can do a better job with your money than you, and if you disagree then you are the enemy.
— Bill Camerlo (@BillCamerlo) November 14, 2015
@thehill How long have Democrats been running things? How come inclusion and the rest aren't where they ought to be?
— Andrew Allen (@aandrewallen) November 14, 2015
That’s a fantastic question that almost certainly won’t be asked tonight.
The were some concerns about privacy, but Hillary Clinton’s IT guy ensured everything was perfectly safe.
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Update: Sen. Claire McCaskill is on site, and it seems like Clinton’s IT guy really did set up the network, probably in the women’s restroom supply closet.
Not a great signal, so live tweets are gonna lag…#demdebate
— Claire McCaskill (@clairecmc) November 15, 2015