[Video] Clinton Campaign Turned On Static Noise Machine So Reporters Couldn't Hear What She Was Telling Donors At A Fundraiser

Ayush Adhikari

Hillary Clinton's campaign is reported to have used a static noise machine on Thursday to block reporters outside of a fundraiser in Denver from hearing her remarks.

Stan Bush, a reporter for Denver's CBS-4, who was stationed outside of the event, reported that the machine was held outdoors at the home of Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, a superdelegate who has endorsed Clinton.

Bush immediately tweeted about the whole incident.

"Guess @HillaryClinton campaign dsn't want reporters to hear fundraiser speech. Turned on a static noise machine pointed at us when she spoke," Bush tweeted.

The site also stated that the Clinton campaign frequently uses noise in another way to prevent reporters from overhearing the candidate's remarks. They usually do it while Clinton is shaking hands with voters at campaign events, as staff will crank up music to prevent reporters from recording their conversations.

Similar criticism of former First Lady Clinton includes using ropes to prevent reporters getting too close to her.

Sanders' campaign is taking a dig at Clinton's campaign for the alleged used of sound suppressing machine.

A Reddit user, /u/icaito, spoke officially as a moderator of the subreddit /r/sandersforpresident. He said that their campaign needs to out-spend Clinton in New York and continue out-fundraising her.

Highlighting the total funds raised until March 31st, which totaled $182,195,654 for Sanders and $176,503,224 for Clinton, he added:

Plain and simple. HFA is desperate.

Clinton's billionaire-backed campaign is being out-fundraised by "millennials" who "don't research". Last month she spend nearly $33M and only brought in $29.5M, and as we enter the most expensive media markets in the country, she's dumping in $900,000worth of ad buys, in her home-state, where she's supposed to be cruising, with wide poll margins. Well, those margins are closing, and we can very well run her dry out of cash.

She needs to rely on big-money events like this one just to stay afloat, whereas we are changing the game altogether. She's gotta resort to hiding her speeches to rich donors by blasting static noise, while Bernie speaks openly of the change we need.

Clinton's billionaire-backed campaign is being out-fundraised by "millennials" who "don't research". Last month she spend nearly $33M and only brought in $29.5M, and as we enter the most expensive media markets in the country, she's dumping in $900,000worth of ad buys, in her home-state, where she's supposed to be cruising, with wide poll margins. Well, those margins are closing, and we can very well run her dry out of cash.

She needs to rely on big-money events like this one just to stay afloat, whereas we are changing the game altogether. She's gotta resort to hiding her speeches to rich donors by blasting static noise, while Bernie speaks openly of the change we need.

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[AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster]

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