The firm that developed the software BleachBit came out with a new product and gave it a name designed to poke fun at Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
BleachBit is a product that totally erases computer files, and it’s what Hillary Clinton used to delete the emails she didn’t want anyone else to see from her computer server.
When the former secretary of State was questioned by Fox News Channel’s Ed Henry as to whether she had wiped her email server, she disingenuously replied, “What, like with a cloth or something?”
Clip via GOP War Room
In honor of that cringe-worthy statement, the folks at BleachBit came out with a microfiber cloth to clean computer screens, called, “Cloth or Something,” in packaging featuring Clinton uttering those words.
After it was discovered that Clinton’s team used BleachBit to erase her emails, Rep. Trey Gowdy said the deletion was so complete that “even God can’t read them.”
BleachBit now proudly uses the South Carolina Republican’s words as an endorsement for its product. With a current check of BleachBit’s site, their “cloths” are currently sold out.
Folks on social media loved the name for the new product.
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