Hackers who compromised House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Facebook account say they’ve uncovered a private message that allegedly helped the San Francisco Democrat craft her public relations policy before #SalonGate hit the news cycle.
“Don’t you hate it when an ungrateful peasant stabs you in the back by demanding you follow the rules you make for her?” the private message asked after encouraging “Nancy” to “Help Others Prevent the Spread of Lies.”
The message also had three “tips” for Speaker Pelosi.
- Make sure your allies have talking points like “we have bigger problems than following our own rules” and “a dictator is running the country.”
- Take responsibility for your failure by saying “bitch set me up.”
- Demand an apology from the working peasant who exposed you as a lying power-hungry hag before having the mayor threaten her business.
It is not clear if the message came directly from Facebook head Mark Zuckerberg, or from the internal department dedicated to preventing fake news from affecting the election.