Clinton Campaign was Posting Fake “Sexist Trump Job Ads” on Craigslist

How insane is this? Who approves these types of moves? The Clinton campaign was posting fake “sexist Trump job ads” on Craigslist. This was revealed by Wikileaks. Take a look.

Clinton Campaign was Posting Fake "Sexist Trump Job Ads"

From the email by Podesta:

Mark and Luis – digital created a fake craigslist jobs post for women who want to apply to jobs one of Trump’s organizations. This will be a microsite and we still need to send it to Perkins. Since we will be pitching this, need your approval please.

This was approved by many of the top Clinton advisors, including Podesta. This proves they have been running a low grade smear campaign on Trump. How sick is that?

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Clinton Campaign was Posting Fake “Sexist Trump Job Ads” on Craigslist

The Clinton campaign is not afraid to sink to any level to get votes. Those Hillary Clinton lies and scandals continue to pile up. It’s hard to believe that people near the top of any organization would consider approving a move like this. Well, when it comes to this campaign, this is the norm. No surprises anymore when it comes to the Clinton campaign. Whatever it takes.

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