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Our Response to the Pearl-Clutching and Uproar Over a Clinton Staffer Saying 'F*ck' on Twitter

By Courtney Enlow | Politics | May 24, 2016 |

By Courtney Enlow | Politics | May 24, 2016 |

Breitbart posted a scintillating expose this morning detailing a major Washington scandal. It appears Jess McIntosh, Hillary Clinton’s new director of communications outreach, has said a naughty word on Twitter. The naughty F one. Not that other naughty F one—I assume Breitbart is cool with that one. I mean the four-letter one.

We’ll give you a moment to collect yourselves.

If you work in Washington, D.C., you know that political flacks like saying the F-word all of the time, regardless whether they are male and female.

But they usually avoid using the word on the record or on social media. Not Hillary Clinton’s latest hire Jess McIntosh, the new director of communications outreach for the campaign.

“Regardless whether they are male and female.” If that sentence was written properly and not run several times through Google Translate and set on fire, I would assume Breitbart was implying that sometimes LADIES say EFF WORDS. Which is utter lunacy. Our pantyhose and modest-lengthed skirts cut off that exact nerve that leads to such hysterical outbursts.

The article then goes on a lengthy tweet by tweet explanation of McIntosh’s professional life and includes every filthy-worded tweet she’s ever posted. The harlotry of it all.

Author Charles Spiering and Breitbart, you’ve done a real service today. Not only absolutely stretching my personal ability to determine when I comes before E, but alerting us to this absolute miscreant. That’s why we’ve penned below a lengthy response to you for your truly heroic work.










And one more for Breitbart’s delicate sensibilities.


With that, we sign off.


Thank you for your time.


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