Here’s A List Of The 17 Most DAMAGING WikiLeaks Emails Released So Far

With new emails being released by WikiLeaks on an almost daily basis, here’s a roundup of the most damaging documents to have been released by the anti-state secret organization to date:

1. Clinton Campaign Believed Obama Committed Voter Fraud In 2008

According to one leaked email, the Clinton campaign believes that President Obama was guilty of committing voter fraud during his 2008 primary battle with Hillary Clinton.

The email chain from May of 2015 suggests that then-Senator Obama’s presidential campaign “flooded the caucuses with ineligible voters” during the 2008 primaries. The email also sought support for James Lyons and Michael Driver, a pair of lawyers close to the Clintons, to organize lawyers for “caucus protection” to prevent the same fraud during the 2016 race.

2. MSNBC Producer Gushes Over Hillary Clinton

A leaked email from an MSNBC producer to the Clinton campaign is showing just how much the media gushes over Hillary Clinton. In the April 2015 email from a producer on All In With Chris Hayes to Clinton spokesperson Adrienne Elrod, the producer goes as far as to call Clinton an “amazing, intelligent woman.”

3. Transcripts Of Hillary’s Paid Speeches To Goldman Sachs Leaked

At long last we finally got to see excerpts from Hillary Clinton’s paid speeches to Goldman Sachs and various other banks. The excerpts were made public by Wikileaks, who just today leaked thousands of emails from Clinton loyalist and campaign chairman John Podesta.

The speeches had become a campaign issue during the Democratic primary when Hillary’s challenger, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, used the speeches as evidence of the former Secretary of State’s cozy relationship with Wall Street.

The excerpts were revealed in an email dated January 25, 2016, with the subject line, “HRC Paid Speeches.” The email came from Tony Carrk, research director of the Clinton campaign, and was addressed to Chairman Podesta.

WikiLeaks later released the FULL speeches.

4. Clinton Campaign Illegally Coordinating With SuperPAC

One email appears to show evidence that the Clinton campaign is violating campaign finance law.

Specifically, an email from chairman Podesta to Mandy Grunwald, a Democratic political consultant, appears to show the Clinton campaign coordinating their efforts with a pro-Clinton SuperPAC.

5. Hillary Clinton Was Provided Questions Prior To Major Interview

According to a leaked campaign memo, Hillary Clinton received the exact questions she would be asked ahead of a major interview she gave to talk show host Steve Harvey earlier this year. The memo, dated February 17th, is further evidence of the kid-gloves with which the Democratic nominee has been treated by the media.

6. People in Clinton inner circle fear Bill’s sex life is a liability.

In a December 2016 email from progressive writer Brent Budowsky to John Podesta, Budowsky laments the fact that he’s been hearing from the Clinton’s inner circle that there are fears that Bill’s sex-life might be a liability on the campaign trail.

7. John Podesta Wished San Bernardino Shooter Had Been White

In an email to Clinton spokeswoman Karen Finney, John Podesta was dismayed that the shooter had a Muslim-sounding name rather than one typically associated with white people.

“Better if a guy named Sayeed Farouk was reporting that a guy named Christopher Hayes was the shooter,” Podesta said to Finney in the December 3rd email, referring to the MSNBC host.

8. Hillary fears jihadists will enter the U.S. amongst refugees.

In a private 2013 speech, Hillary Clinton expressed fears that Jihadists could potentially enter the United States hidden amongst the Syrian refugee population, a fear she is now intent on ignoring.

“So I think you’re right to have gone to the places that you visited because there’s a discussion going on now across the region to try to see where there might be common ground to deal with the threat posed by extremism, and particularly with Syria, which has everyone quite worried, Jordan because it’s on their border and they have hundreds of thousands of refugees and they can’t possibly vet all those refugees,” Clinton said before the Jewish United Fund Of Metropolitan Chicago during an October 2013 lunch.

9. Clinton Team Bashes ‘Backward’ Catholics

In a 2011 email entitled “Conservative Catholicism”, John Halpin, a senior fellow at the left-wing Center for American Progress (CAP), and Jennifer Palmieri, formerly of the CAP and current Director of Communications for the 2016 Hillary Clinton presidential campaign, and John Podesta trash the Catholic faith and its adherents. The email, in which traditional Catholic beliefs are derided as “backwards”, drips with contempt for Catholic Americans.

“Many of the most powerful elements of the conservative movement are all Catholic (many converts) from the SC and think tanks to the media and social groups,” Halpin writes to Podesta. “They must be attracted to the systematic thought and severely backwards gender relations and must be totally unaware of Christian democracy.”

Palmieri piles onto the Catholic bashing in her response.

“I imagine they think it is the most socially acceptable politically conservative religion,” Palmieri writes. “Their rich friends wouldn’t understand if they became evangelicals.”

10. Clinton Insiders Bashed Efforts To Get Elizabeth Warren To Run For President

It appears that members of Hillary Clinton’s inner circle were non-plussed about efforts to draft Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren into the 2016 presidential election.

The email came from Phillippe Reines, a former senior advisor to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and was a response to a New York Times article which detailed the multi-million dollar effort by to draft progressive Senator Warren into the 2016 race.

11. Hillary Got Town Hall Question In Advance

Amongst the leaked Podesta emails is evidence that Hillary Clinton received at least one question prior to a March 2016 primary debate with opponent, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.

The email, dated March 12, 2016 and entitled “From time to time I get the questions in advance”, came from Donna Brazile, and was sent just hours ahead of a Town Hall style debate hosted by CNN.

“Here’s one that worries me about HRC,” Brazile, who is a former CNN contributor herself, wrote to Clinton Staffer Jennifer Palmieri. What followed was the exact wording of a question Clinton would be asked.

12. Hillary Staffers Discuss ‘Excuse’ For Not Turning Over Emails

In one email released by WikiLeaks, Hillary Clinton staffers appear to be discussing an “excuse” to not release the full compliment of emails which had been subpoenaed by the House of Representatives.

The email exchange, which included a number of top Clinton staffers including Cheryl Mills, Phillipe Reins, and Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook, took place several weeks before a Clinton staffer used “Bleachbit” to wipe her private server clean.

13. Hillary Insiders Worried About Her ‘Troublesome’ Relationship With Sid Blumenthal

In another email, John Podesta fields a complaint about some of Hillary Clinton’s closest friends and loyalists including Lanny Davis and her “troublesome” relationship with former White House advisor Sidney Blumenthal.

Opinion writer Brent Budowsky called Clinton’s email correspondences with Blumenthal, Davis, and Center for American Progress President Neera Tanden “disquieting” and unbecoming of a Secretary of State and possible future president.

“It is disquieting that when HRC was secretary of state she spent a good time of time doing gossip emails with Sid Blumenthal about various matters, the ubiquitous Lanny Davis shilling for himself in pathetic ways, and Neera Tanden gossiping about what Soros thinks of Obama,” Budowsky wrote in the January 2016 email. “At least Tanden I regard as a serious person. Sid and Lanny I do not by standards of a secretary of state or potential president.”

14. Podesta Tells Hillary To Court ‘Needy Latinos’, Calls Latino Governor A ‘D***’

In an email likely to rankle hispanic voters, Clinton Campaign chairman John Podesta encourages Hillary to reach out to the voting block, calling them “needy.”

In an email from August of 2015 with the subject line “Needy Latinos and 1 easy call”, Podesta encourages Clinton aid Huma Abedin to tell Clinton to consider calling former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson and former Energy Secretary Federico Pena and ask personally for their endorsement. In the process, Podesta also calls Richardson a “dick.”

15. Clinton Campaign Nervous About Bill’s Paid Wall Street Speeches

Amongst the emails released by the anti-state-secret organization is one in which campaign staff expresses concern about the poor optics of a speech to a major Wall Street Bank that Bill Clinton was set to deliver on the heels of Hillary’s announcement that she would be running for president.

Despite their protests, Hillary is said to have “very strongly” wanted him to deliver the speech as planned.

16. Democrats Plotted To Create Fake Trump Craigslist Ads

WikiLeaks document show that the plot to smear Donald Trump goes back at least several months, when the the Democratic National Committee (DNC) plotted to create FAKE Craigslist ads with sexist messages toward women.

In the email, dated May 18th 2016 and entitled “need comms approval – craigslist job post”, Christina Freundlich, a spokeswoman for the Democratic National Committee, seeks approval for the fake ad from DNC Communications Directors Louis Miranda and Mark Paustenbach.

17. Clinton Campaign Pushed Muslim Obama Narrative In 2008

Another WikiLeaks email lends credibility to the idea that the Clinton Campaign was originally behind pushing the Obama “birther” narrative.

The email, dated January of 2008, shows that the Clinton campaign was poll-testing various lines of attack on then-senator Obama including his Muslim roots, as well as his admission of cocaine use. Included on the 2008 email were Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta and Clinton pollster Paul Begala.

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