BREAKING: Wikileaks BEGINS OCTOBER Surprise Against Hillary Clinton


On Monday, Wikileaks published and additional 2,000 emails reportedly stolen from Hillary campaign chairman John Podesta. A similar amount was published by them on Friday.

The Hill reported: The 2,086 emails of John Podesta’s posted to WikiLeaks’ website on Monday follow a similarly sized batch of messages released on Friday evening. The release also comes shortly after the U.S. government linked the anti-secrecy group to Russian hackers.

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The messages, which date from as recently as this year, include several discussions about campaign tactics and updates as well as spam messages. The cache of emails released on Friday included what appeared to be portions of controversial speeches Clinton gave to major banks.

The emails include paid speeches from Hillary Clinton, in which she boasted to private audiences that she was for “open trade and open borders” and admitted to being “kind of removed from the middle class.”

The leak also contains opposition research on Clinton’s main primary challenger, Senator Bernie Sanders, in which the campaign plotted to smear Sanders as a “sexist” with “extreme views on women,” as well as accuse his supporters of harassing women on the internet.  The “Bernie Bros” smear, which did exactly that, became a major narrative of the Clinton campaign during the Democratic primary.

This could be the beginnings of WikiLeaks’ “October Surprise,” a long-anticipated release of emails from the Clinton campaign, that WikiLeaks and Assange have hinted at previously

Observers were disappointed earlier this week when a major press event with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was not accompanied by a Clinton email leak. Some in the press said WikiLeaks “failed to deliver.” Those criticisms may well dissipate if the information in today’s leak is significant enough.

WikiLeaks has already had a major impact on the presidential race. Their release of emails from the Democratic National Committee at the time of the Democrats’ party convention, showing DNC collusion against the Bernie Sanders campaign, led to the resignation of DNC chairman Debbie Wesserman Schultz.

Julian Assange has previously said that he also has material on Republican candidate Donald Trump, but also noted that his information is “no worse” than anything Trump says publicly. 

Parts of this story was already reported on Breitbart: You can follow Allum Bokhari on Twitter, add him on Facebook.


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