Following recent news of a Russian intelligence-directed hack of the Democrat National Committee‘s computer network, it was expected that previously secret documents will soon be released for the general public to review.
This is not good news for the Democrat Party, and is even worse news for presumptive Democrat nominee, Hillary Clinton, who will quite likely find her corrupt and dishonest ways further exposed.
To that point, the founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange, recently declared on Britain’s ITV News that he was preparing to release information on Clinton that should be enough to “proceed with an indictment.”
“We have upcoming leaks in relation to Hillary Clinton,” Assange said. “We’ve accumulated a lot of material about Hillary Clinton. We could proceed to an indictment.”
But as to the FBI investigation into Hillary’s use of a private email server to store and traffic in official classified government documents, Assange did not have high hopes of justice being served.
Assange explained that he didn’t believe Attorney General Loretta Lynch would indict Hillary, and thought the FBI would exact concessions from a Clinton administration in order to remain silent on the travesty of justice such an occurrence would be.
That said, “(T)here is very strong material, both in the emails and in relation to the Clinton Foundation,” that could serve to further discredit and dishonor the already discredited and dishonorable Clinton.
While it is clear that Assange was no big fan of Hillary, his feelings on presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump were less known.
“I think Trump is a completely unpredictable phenomenon,” Assange said. “You can’t predict what he would do in office.”
Essentially, it boils down to the fact that Assange has taken issue with Clinton’s seemingly deep interest in prosecuting him over Wikileaks, not to mention her relative hawkishness in the use of military force, which he claims was revealed in some of the formerly private email exchanges that he possessed.
It remained to be seen whether Assange and Wikileaks would follow through on the promise to release more damaging information regarding Hillary Clinton, though considering the manner in which they have previously released damaging and secretive documents, there was little reason to believe they would hold back now.
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