September 3, 2016


Clinton aide Justin Cooper recalled at least two instances where he “destroyed” the secretary’s old Blackberry cell phones, according to FBI documents.

Cooper would destroy Clinton’s old phones by “breaking them in half or hitting them with a hammer,” according to investigators.

The FBI released the findings of its investigation into Clinton’s use of a private email server while working in the Obama administration Friday.

Damn, it feels good to be a Clinton! Hey, remember this Ted Cruz video parodying The Office at the start of the year?

And thus, today’s news becomes a textbook example of “Muggeridge’s Law,” as defined by Tom Wolfe:

While Malcolm Muggeridge was the editor of Punch, it was announced that Khrushchev and Bulganin were coming to England. Muggeridge hit upon the idea of a mock itinerary, a lineup of the most ludicrous places the two paunchy pear-shaped little Soviet leaders could possibly be paraded through during the solemn process of a state visit. Shortly before press time, half the feature had to be scrapped. It coincided exactly with the official itinerary, just released, prompting Muggeridge to observe: We live in an age in which it is no longer possible to be funny. There is nothing you can imagine, no matter how ludicrous, that will not promptly be enacted before your very eyes, probably by someone well known.

Maybe even a potential future inhabitant of the White House and/or other federally-owned facility.


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