Posted by: maboulette | October 8, 2016

Latest WikiLeaks Email Dump

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While the nation’s attention was on other matters, the latest release from WikiLeaks was made public.  This is a collection of emails allegedly hacked from the account of Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.  It has been getting very little public attention due to the fact that it contains nothing particularly shocking to begin with. But those who have examined the Clinton email dump have found something fascinating: several of the emails aren’t real, and aren’t even good forgeries.

MSNBC analyst

Malcolm Nance, a U.S. intelligence expert and MSNBC analyst, has issued what he’s calling an “official warning.” He is reporting that the emails in question “already proving to be riddled with obvious forgeries” and goes on to add that they’re “not even professionally done.” Nance declared his conclusion via Twitter just a few hours after the supposed emails were released. MSNBC host Joy-Ann Reid retweeted his warning, adding “FYI” to her own audience.

Bizarre advance hype

WikiLeaks had spent the past month claiming that it would be releasing election-altering hacked information on Hillary Clinton which would cost her the election. But the bizarre advance hype, coupled with repeated delays and a strange middle-of-the-night press conference last week in which absolutely no information was revealed, suggested that they had nothing all along.

Little of interest

This evening’s email dump, which appears to have been specifically timed on a Friday evening in order to avoid the examination of the major media outlets, has revealed relatively little of interest. Some of the emails purport to contain the transcripts of Hillary Clinton’s Wall Street speeches, but use odd phrases such as “and/or” which would not have been included in the original prepared text of a speech and would not have been spoken out loud by someone giving a speech.

History

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has a history with Clinton going back to Clinton’s time at the State Department.  The incident was referred to as #CableGate and occurred during the tenure of Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State.

Classified cables

On November 28, 2010 WikiLeaks started leaking classified cables referred to the U.S. State Department by 274 of its embassies, consulates, and diplomatic missions all around the world. They were dated anywhere between December 1966 and February 2010.  These cables covered diplomatic analysis of world leaders, and the diplomats’ valuation of host countries and their officials.  

Claims

Julian Assange claims that Clinton would like to indict him for the release of these diplomatic emails.  He also claims that Clinton tried to have him silenced forever but there is no indication of that being a true statement.


Responses

  1. Why are people paying attention to a man who hides inside an embassy. Who will not take responsibility for his vile acts. This is a low life who openly professes an intense dislike for Hillary and will do anything to make sure he has humiliated her she goes into hiding like the infested rodent he is. He is beyond disgusting. Folks are dragging out his lies and showing everyone what this fool is saying.

    • It not just Hillary – he traffics in other stolen government documents, not just Hillary’s emails. The cables from the State Department could have ruined the United States relationships with other governments. Another dump was information on both the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. In my mind it is a bad as trafficking in drugs. He should be in jail for treason but he has immunity in the embassy where he is basically hiding. One of the people who stole documents is an Army private and is in jail. The other person was a contract employee and is now hiding in Russia where he has immunity. There is another contract employee who was working for NSA and was just arrested this week. He had been followed for several months and had not have a chance to get the documents to Assange before his arrest.


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