The Best of the RNC Emails
Recently, it was discovered that the Republican National Committee was also hacked, but unlike the Democrats, their emails were not exposed. Yesterday, a small band of hackers hacked the hackers that hacked the political emails. “The [small band of] hackers were able to steal 152 emails before they lost internet connection,” says Rufus Lenhart, a reporter for The Hacker News, “This is a problem we all run into, horrible internet connection.” Of those 152 emails, only two were released to the public. We have been given permission to use four of them in print.
To: Kellyanne Conway <email@example.com>
From: His Lordship <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: I am too important to bother with subject lines
I am out of hair spray. Please order another bottle for me, as I have forgot my Amazon password.
NOTE: We asked if replies to emails didn’t count as emails, but the hackers just looked at us and said, “They count. They’re still emails.”
To: His Lordship <email@example.com
From: Kellyanne Conway <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: I am too important to bother with subject lines
Message: My Lord,
It would be an honor to purchase the hair care product. With your permission, I would also gladly reset your Amazon password for you. Would ma**am*****gre**aga*n work as a password? It is the one we use for your other accounts.
NOTE: We decided not to print the email that Paul Ryan is responding too, as it was rather dull.
To: His Lordship <email@example.com>
From: Paul Ryan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: I hate subjects
Message: [Begin automated response to “email@example.com”]
I “regret” that I cannot do what ever you are asking me to do.
This article was originally published on December 15, 2016.