@JimmyPrinceton My god, this is like something from a Terry Gilliam film.
— Dan Drumpf (@DTienes) October 31, 2015
In the latest email dump, we learned that Hillary had expressed an interest in learning about emojis, but of course he had other concerns while on the job. Here’s another email in which the dichotomy between the subject line and what’s being discussed is rather… stunning:
Look at the subject of this e-mail and Hillary's reply. pic.twitter.com/M6r6XFg7h0
— Jimmy (@JimmyPrinceton) October 30, 2015
Hillary responds to assassination attempt in Libya with wall lamps and decorations for Chelsea https://t.co/CDaXonplN7
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) October 30, 2015
What difference does it make!?
— Joel Engel (@joelengel) October 30, 2015
*3 AM phone call*
Hillary: I love lamp.https://t.co/aEQ0hLSqAi
— #NeverTrump (@MinivanMojo) October 31, 2015
— Kim Priestap (@kimpriestap) October 31, 2015
— #NeverTrump (@RedGalBlueState) October 30, 2015
What the hell? https://t.co/74mb1wyBCa
— T. Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) October 30, 2015
Or maybe Hillary and Huma had some sort of bizarre code worked out:
— Stan Modjesky (@SModjesky) October 30, 2015
— Melissa Mroczek (@MelissaMroczek) October 31, 2015
@JimmyPrinceton it's in code. "Chelsea" is Ambassador Stevens; "wall maps" are security barricades.
— Kevin in ABQ (@KevinInABQ) October 30, 2015
— MarcyJMiller (@MarcyJMiller) October 31, 2015
There you go, Team Hillary, you have your talking point.