Makers of BleachBit Have Product Dedicated to Hillary Clinton

At least one capitalist-with-a-sense-of-humor is benefiting from Hillary Clinton’s wiped email server.

Andrew Ziem, who founded BleachBit, the now infamous data-deleting software sells microfiber cloths with the Democratic nominee’s face on the packaging.  His new product is so popular, he can’t keep them stocked.

Steven Crowder’s website reports:

Andrew Ziem’s new product clearly makes a statement. But it’s not #ImWithHer…

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The data-deleting software known as BleachBit, made famous by the Clinton team’s use of it to scrub emails from the former secretary of state’s private email server, is now selling special “cloths” featuring the Democratic nominee herself.

The item is called the “Cloth or Something” — a reference to an Aug. 18 2015, response Clinton gave when asked if she had wiped her private email server. “What, like with a cloth or something?” Clinton quipped, making a scrubbing motion with her hand.

“Cloth or Something” hits the shelves just in time for Christmas. The perfect gift for all your left-leaning liberal friends to give to their underlings and maids.

From Red Alert Politics:

“After you have smashed your BlackBerry, don’t forget to wipe the fingerprints from your email server with this non-abrasive, soft microfiber Cloth or Something,” the website advertises. “Guaranteed not to prove intent, or you will get a full refund paid when you are released from prison. … Don’t wait for a subpoena: Order Now!”

A wave of sales after FBI Director James Comey reopened the email investigation on Friday has put the cloths on back order until Nov. 14.  Ziem told Fox News that demand for the cloths has been so high it’s actually distracting him from working on the next release of the software application.

Here’s a thought. Perhaps BleachBit will hire Hillary as a spokesperson after she loses the election, with the tagline being, “The BleachBitch uses BleachBit!”

The website for Cloth or Something actually gives testimonials for the product, so you can be sure you aren’t wasting your $3.00.  Here’s my favorite:

“I use ‘Cloth or something’ on ALL my servers. It’s quick and easy to use, plus – it doesn’t scratch my emails!”

Use Cloth or Something to delete those yoga routines and wedding plans!!   And, Cloth or Something can wipe up your spilled hot sauce quicker than paper towels!

I have a marketing idea for Andrew Ziem in case sales slow down…”HammerAway:”

‘But wait!! If you order now, we’ll double your order. That’s right!!  You’ll get two BleachBit Cloth or Somethings for one low price.

And there’s more!! Order today and we will include the newly designed BleachBit “HammerAway”.  HammerAway’s new design lets you take care of those nasty little personal electronic devices with in short order. So easy to use, even a Grandmother can smash with it.

So order today!!  Operators are standing by.

But what I really want to know is does it work on blue dress stains?  Or what about blood stains in Fort Marcy Park?

 

 

 

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