Exactly as I predicted, Julian Assange and WikiLeaks have much, much more on Hillary Clinton that they are going to release. While it may be an October surprise, I expect to see ongoing leaks that are damaging to Clinton’s campaign. It’s all meant to get Donald Trump elected and defeat Clinton. I would bet money there is far worse on the way than we have already seen. Assange laughably says he doesn’t have anything against Clinton while calling her a “war hawk with bad judgement who gets an unseemly emotional rush out of killing people.” Assange is in the thrall of the Russians and they do indeed hate Clinton. They’ll either blackmail and use her, or they will destroy her.
From BizPac Review:
The U.S. presidential election could be in for a real October surprise.
In an interview Friday with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange confirmed that he has more material on Hillary Clinton and let it be known that he’s not likely to sit on the information.
“We have more material related to the Hillary Clinton campaign. It is correct to say that,” Assange told Cooper. “You have to be very precise in reporting my statement.”
“Those are extremely interesting,” he added. “We will see what will come of them.”
These hacks and information releases were definitely timed to screw up the Democratic National Convention and it succeeded splendidly. Makes you wonder what they have next and if that was just the warm-up for some really scandalous releases.
“That’s when we knew there would be maximum interest by readers,” Assange told Anderson Cooper in the CNN interview. “But also, we have a responsibility to. If we published after, you can just imagine how outraged the Democratic voting population would have been.”
Assange has a LOT more that he’s going to dump. Bet on it. He’s playing with people on this. When asked if Russia was behind it, he would neither confirm or deny it, but he did say that one day he would reveal who it was. “Perhaps one day the source or sources will step forward and that might be an interesting moment some people may have egg on their faces. But to exclude certain actors is to make it easier to find out who our sources are,” Assange told CNN, speaking from the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
The Clinton campaign said its internal security team had determined the hack was related to Russia. Uh no… the FBI and NSA did. Assange took a jab at the former secretary of state for claiming this: “It raises questions about the natural instincts of Clinton that when confronted with a serious domestic political scandal, she tries to blame the Russians, blame the Chinese, etcetera,” he told CNN. He added: ”Because if she does that while in government, it could lead to problems.” Which was the point all along.