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U.S. Congresswoman Accidentally Sends Supporters To Hentai Site

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by Gelo Gonzales | Jun 13, 2016
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The national elections are over but elsewhere in the world, things are just about to go down. We’re specifically talking about the U.S. Elections, which will be taking place on November 8.

As expected, the candidates are currently in the process of throwing vicious punches and deadly drop kicks, hoping to get the K.O. over their opponents. Sometimes though, these attacks could backfire. Take the case of Sharron Angle, a politician running for the senate this year. This is her:

In a newsletter she recently sent out to her supporters, she listed the website of her opponent Joe Heck, the representative for Nevada's 3rd congressional district since 2011.

Angle listed down the website’s address as www.joeheck.com.

Unfortunately, that wasn’t Heck’s website. Heck’s website is actually drjoeheck.com. This was confirmed by Brian Baluta, Heck’s campaign manager, who said “Heck has only ever used drjoeheck.com and heck4nevada.com for his campaigns,” in a report by Politico.com.

A contributor for the said U.S. politics news site also reported the same thing on Twitter:

So where does joeheck.com lead? Well, why don’t you click on the link and see for yourself? A warning: Do it somewhere private.

Here’s a preview:

Angle’s camp has since apologized for the cartoony faux pas. They have corrected the URL in the digital version of the newsletter, but the physical copies they’ve sent out in the mail retain the incorrect address.

 

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