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New Santorum Campaign Website Parodies Hillary Clinton HQ

The 2016 Republican presidential campaign of former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum has rolled out a new parody website showing the inner workings of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s Democratic presidential campaign.

“NOT READY FOR HILLARY CAM. What every day life at the Clinton campaign probably looks like,” reads the website from the Santorum campaign–RealWorldHillary.com–under a mock “live cam” streaming from inside the mock Clinton campaign headquarters.

Underneath that there are four videos that purport to show different parts of the campaign—and the first one is a “live focus group” of supposed Clinton supporters asking them to react to a anti-Hillary Clinton television advertisement and her campaign logo. Everyone says they and their family and friends would reconsider supporting Clinton after watching the ad, which focuses on national security.

“Well I think with the arrow pointing down like that, it says that Hillary is going to take us to hell in a hand basket,” one man says in response to the Hillary “H” logo put sideways on an easel.

A second video shows a mock Clinton campaign fundraiser, which operates as an auction with the auctioneer auctioning off a night’s stay in the Lincoln Bedroom in the White House should Hillary Clinton win the presidential election. The auctioneer sells it for $50,000—a reference back to when Hillary’s husband Bill Clinton was president, and now Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe literally wrote a memo that would have made the Lincoln Bedroom a room that top campaign donors could rent like a hotel.

In the “rapid response” room in the third video, file boxes labeled “Benghazi” and “Whitewater” and “Email Scandal” fill a room where a man is taking papers from inside the boxes and shredding them. A man then comes in and says “we got more boxes,” before the man running the shredder says: “You’re kidding. We got no more room.”

The fourth video, which shows the “IT and Transparency” department, has what appear to be two different tech staffers for the campaign working on a computer when one says to the other: “We just want to get this done and be stealthy about it.”

After another moment, one of them walks over to the “live cam” recording them and spray paints black over the lens to avoid transparency.

Santorum, who won 11 states in the GOP primary last time he ran for president in 2012, is not polling high enough right now to be on the main debate stage in Cleveland next week for the debate hosted by Fox News.

He will appear on the secondary stage earlier in the day, perhaps along with former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, former New York Gov. George Pataki, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), and more. These kinds of things may lead to Santorum getting a later bump in the polls—as he’s definitely a viable presidential candidate after coming in second place in the primary back in 2012.

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