The Clinton campaign deployed white noise to conceal more white noise from the public on Thursday.

CBS 4 reporter Stan Bush was outside the Hillary Clinton fundraiser in Denver and captured the sound of static being blasted towards reporters.

“Listen here for sound of what was turned on after the bands and just before the speeches,” he tweeted.

Sixteen minutes later, he tweeted another video from the same location — without the noise.

“Here’s what it sounds like with that static noise machine turned off at the @HillaryClinton campaign fundraiser,” he wrote.

It, of course, is not the first time the press has allowed itself to be subjected to such unprofessional treatment by the Clinton campaign.

Last July, the campaign used a rope to keep photographers and journalists contained during a Independence Day parade in New Hampshire.

“You guys, we are going to do 10 yards and a little more organized,” one of Clinton’s finger-wagging staffers told journalists, CNN reported.