The term “source code” refers to the version of software as it is originally written (i.e., typed into a computer) by a human in plain text.

Every website or webpage has its source code. The way to access or view its source code depends on the Internet browser that you use. As an example, if your browser is Mozilla Firefox, this is what you do:

  • Go to the webpage, e.g., Fellowship of the Minds.
  • Press the “CTRL” and “U” keys at the same time (CTRL + U).
  • A new page will pop up, showing that webpage’s source code.

At around 6 a.m. Friday morning, I pressed CTRL + U on Fellowship of the Minds (FOTM), and was brought to its source code page here. Here’s a screenshot of the beginning of FOTM‘s source code (click to enlarge):

FOTM source code

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I looked at FOTM‘s entire source code and saw nothing odd. The source code page is an accurate representation in computer programming language of FOTM‘s front page at 6 a.m. Friday morning.

Hillary Clinton’s campaign has a website/webpage, “Hillary Clinton 2016,” at https://www.hillaryclinton.com/.

A few days ago, someone (Jim Stone?) discovered something very strange in hillaryclinton.com’s source code that is not on the webpage — a reference to the 2016 election (the 18 months of party primary elections, culminating in the presidential election on November 8, 2016) as a “hackathon”. Here are the words in hillaryclinton.com’s source code:

Git out the vote! Join the only 18 month, nationally televised hackathon.

Here’s a screenshot I took of the beginning of hillaryclinton.com’s source code. I painted the red arrow pointing to the sentence containing the word “hackathon”.

HillaryClinton.com source code

Below is a screenshot showing Hillary Clinton 2016’s webpage and its source code (click image to enlarge). I painted the red arrow pointing to the word “hackathon”.

Hillary Clinton webpage source code

Here’s what you do to see it for yourself:

  1. Go to Hillary’s webpage: https://www.hillaryclinton.com/
  2. If your browser is Mozilla Firefox, access the page’s source code by pressing your CTRL and U keys at the same time. A new tab or page will pop up, showing hillaryclinton.com’s source code.
  3. Or you can just go directly to this URL: view-source:https://www.hillaryclinton.com/

Even stranger is that since it was discovered, Hillary Clinton’s campaign has made no effort to delete the “hackathon” sentence from its webpage’s source code. She and the Democrats are now in-your-face with their devilry.

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H/t FOTM‘s Bongiornoc

~Eowyn

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Dr. Eowyn’s post first appeared at Fellowship of the Minds