CUBA – Various torture techniques have become controversial over the years for prisoners incarcerated at Guantanamo Bay’s (Gitmo) famous prison. Waterboarding, electric shock and other methods have been criticized for being inhumane.
As of today, President Trump has authorized what many feel could be the most sinister torture method ever used at the facility. All prisoners, regardless of their crimes, will have to endure listening to Hillary Clinton recite her endless list of excuses for losing the 2016 election from the audiobook version of her latest literary flop, What Happened.
The audiobook version of What Happened clocks in at 16 Hours and 50 minutes, which means that prisoners are subjected to her screeching for all hours of the day, except when sleeping.
Every prisoner has pleaded with guards and prison officials to only make them read the book instead. Hearing Hillary’s voice in your own head as you read What Happened is horrifying enough, but having to actually listen to her drone on for hours on end is unbearable. Prison guards are equipped with ear plugs and headphones to block out Hillary’s voice when the recording is played.
Some Senate Democrats, and even Bernie Sanders, have petitioned the White House to back away from the new torture plan. Minority leader Chuck Schumer said the book was one thing, but that “listening to the audio version is clearly a violation of the cruel and unusual punishment clause.”
Intel reports from the Middle East confirm that when a number of ISIS militants received word of the new torture method, they dropped their weapons and fled the battlefield.