This is an other update on The Trump campaign. Make sure to keep yourself on the ball!:
The last time WikiLeaks dropped a bombshell on Hillary Clinton, it rocked the Democrat Party’s leadership on the eve of her nomination for the presidency.
Now, the international hacking group that exposes secrets of the politically powerful is gearing up to do the same heading into the general election.
And WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange told Fox News’ Megyn Kelly the upcoming disclosures are going to have an impact on how Americans vote.
In an interview from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, where he has been holed up since being offered asylum in 2012, Assange told Kelly that WikiLeaks is poring through “thousands of pages of material” hacked from the Democratic National Committee and other sources, preparing what is likely to be a drip-drip approach of releases guaranteed to keep Hillary and her campaign on pins and needles between now and November.
Like a kind of water torture as painful for what might be coming as for what actually drops — for what could actually prove to be the proverbial October surprise that can reroute the course of an election.
“We’re working around the clock. We have reviewed quite a lot of material by the course of the U.S. election process and by our major document revelation, which has now led to the resignation of five top officials in the DNC,” Assange said, naming former DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz in particular.
“I don’t want to give the game away, but it’s a variety of different types of documents from different types of institutions that are associated with the election campaign,” Assange noted. “Some quite unexpected angles that are sure to be interesting, some even entertaining.”
Check out the interview here:
The Wasserman Schultz resignation, just as the Democrat National Convention was set to open in Philadelphia in July, was a taste of the kind of havoc upcoming WikiLeaks revelations could wreak on the Clinton campaign before Nov. 8, Assange intimated.
“In the case of the DNC leaks, for example, we pushed as far as we could to try and get it in before the Democratic nomination conference, because obviously, people have a right to understand who it is they’re nominating and what sort of process was involved, and the same is true in the U.S. electoral process.”
“People involved in that election have a right to understand who it is they’re electing.”
Well, about half the country already does understand who the Democrats have nominated for the presidency, considering that she has all but been called a liar by the FBI director on national television. Plus, new revelations are emerging almost daily about suspicious links between the Clinton Foundation and Hillary’s State Department that suggest a pay-for-play scenario.
The really big question, though, is how the upcoming WikiLeaks revelations will be played by a U.S. media that has been closing its Praetorian Guard ranks around Clinton – and attacking Republican nominee Donald Trump – with increasing regularity since her coronation as queen of the liberal horde became official in Philadelphia.
Even holed up in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London, Assange seemed to be aware of that.
“I think the significance depends on how it catches fire in the public and in the media,” he said.
Always remember, never accept the lamestream media’s pro-Hillary hype and do not allow them to daunt you. Make America Great Again!