After the damage that Julian Assange’s WikiLeaks has done to Hillary Clinton and her campaign, actor James Woods has a burning question he posed to his followers on social media Saturday night.
What’s the Vegas line on #JulianAssange actually staying alive until the election?
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) August 6, 2016
Although Assange refuted claims that he was personally going after the former secretary of state and is merely seeking the truth, the effect is all the same, putting the Clinton camp in a constant state of damage control.
Then factor in the dozens of individuals close to or perceived enemies of the Clintons who lost their lives under what some say are questionable circumstances, and you’ve put into play a set of circumstances that would make any bookmaker reach for his calculator.
Many thought the chances were good that Assange would be lying on a coroner’s slab before November 8.
@RealJamesWoods Done deal….the October Surprise will be the September Surprise Julian is dead…..
— Brad Bashem (@BashemB) August 7, 2016
— Rick Madson (@RickMad) August 7, 2016
— Jacksgirl5 (@Jacksgirl5) August 6, 2016
— Wendy Peffercorn (@goingdeeep) August 7, 2016
— Roger Andrews (@Boboskiwatnot) August 7, 2016
One person questioned how an assassination would even be possible given that Assange has sequestered himself from the public. The answer soon came.
— CateC (@justplncate) August 7, 2016
At least one thought that given all the information Assange has provided, it’s up to thre public to take care od the WikiLeaks editor-in-chief.
I’d take a bullet for him.
— Mary (@MaryEMurphy4) August 7, 2016
Finally there was this observation.
@RealJamesWoods no one in Vegas wants to put odds against the Clintons
— jim reittinger (@jimreittinger) August 6, 2016