WATCH! Julian Assange EXPOSES Hillary: ‘Hackers aren’t Russian, They Are…’

In an interview Julian Assange says Hillary is lying… THE HACKERS AREN’T RUSSIAN, THEY ARE Democratic Party WHISTLEBLOWERS & YOU’RE HAVING THEM KILLED!
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WATCH! Julian Assange EXPOSES Hillary ‘Hackers aren’t Russian, They Are…’ – Julian Assange Photo 2

There’s nothing can silent Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. – When Seth Rich was found shot in the back, in the early morning hours on a Washington street; It was reported to be a result of a robbery. The problem with that story was Rich’s money, his wallet and his watch and phone were still on his body.

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WATCH! Julian Assange EXPOSES Hillary ‘Hackers aren’t Russian, They Are…’ – Julian Assange Photo 3

The 27 year-old Rich was a DNC staffer who had joined the Democratic Party because he had believed that the Democrats actually want to use government to help people. As he learned that the party.

27 year-old admired was actually nothing more than a crime syndicate masquerading as political party that cares about the people. And he decided to go to the FBI with what he had learned while he worked at the DNC.

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He was murdered on his way to that meeting. Assange felt threatened enough by Rich’s assassination to allow himself to be interviewed about it.

Julian Assange told his interviewer:

Whistleblowers go to significant efforts to get us material and often very significant risks. As a 27 year-old, works for the DNC, was shot in the back, murdered just a few weeks ago for unknown reasons as he was walking down the street in Washington…

When the interviewer interrupted him to press him on what he was suggesting Assange responded:

I’m suggesting our sources take risks and they are, they become concerned to see things occurring like that.

Silencing snitches by organized crime families. The silencing of whistle-blowers by corrupt political machines is done to discourage others from coming forward. Assange made that clear in this video.

The recent avalanche of emails, obtained legitimately or not, has made it obvious to everyone except Hillary’s true sycophants that the Clinton Democratic machine (aka the Clinton crime syndicate) will stop at nothing to gain control of the United States treasury.

We took just a little about these laked emails as RT reports these Best of the worst: The most shocking WikiLeaks Podesta emails so far.
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WATCH! Julian Assange EXPOSES Hillary ‘Hackers aren’t Russian, They Are…’ – Julian Assange Photo 1
1. Those Wall St Speeches

A January 2016 email detailed how Clinton boasted of her “great” relations with bankers in an October 2013 speech.

More thought has to be given to the process and transactions and regulations so that we don’t kill or maim what works, but we concentrate on the most effective way of moving forward with the brainpower and the financial power that exists here [on Wall Street].

She spoke

Meanwhile, a June 2013 speech to Goldman Sachs detailed Clinton’s hope to “intervene in Syria as covertly as possible” and that the US “used to be much better at this than we are now.”

A November 2015 email chain between campaign staffers discussed planting a Wall Street speech in the media to give the impression that Clinton’s speeches “to all those fat cats” were nothing to worry about.

2. Obama Emails

Emails from an account possibly used by Barack Obama; Before winning the election in November 2008 were revealed on Thursday.

In an email sent on election night in 2008, just minutes before the major TV networks called the election in his favor, Podesta messages Obama discussing an upcoming G20 meeting.

On the chance that President Bush would raise this with you tonight, I wanted you to be aware that it is the unanimous recommendation for your advisors that you NOT attend,

Podesta writes.

3. Pay to Play?

In a mail from February 2016, simply titled ‘speaking at the banks,’ Neera Tanden, the President and CEO of the Center for American Progress, suggests to John Podesta that Clinton “should just return the money” if she “lose[s] badly.”

Another email from Clinton aide Huma Abedin to Mook and Podesta in January 2015 details how Moroccan authorities donated to the Clinton Foundation’s Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) to get access to Clinton.

Abedin says:

The King has personally committed approx $12 million both for the endowment and to support the meeting and the condition upon which the Moroccans agreed to host the meeting was her participation. If hrc was not part of it, meeting was a non-starter.

She goes on to say that the meeting had been Clinton’s idea.

Our office approached the Moroccans and they 100 percent believe they are doing this at her request,

She created this mess and she knows it.

Abedin adds

4. Designed to Give Her Some Cover

Politico’s chief political correspondent Glenn Thrush to be approved prior to publishing sent his article to Podesta:

Please don’t share or tell anyone I did this,

Thrush said.

No problems here.

Podesta responded

In an email exchange from June 30, 2015, Brent Budowsky, a columnist for the Hill, contacted Podesta regarding a piece he wrote which he describes as being

Positive, carefully written, and designed to give her [Hillary Clinton] some cover with liberals.

5. Doofus Bernie

Podesta messaged Tanden in December 2015, regarding the Paris Climate Change Conference and referred to Bernie Sanders as a “doofus” for attacking the deal.

Budowsky criticized the campaign in a September 2015 email for allegedly giving Clinton surrogates talking points to attack Bernie Sanders. He instead recommended that the campaign:

Make love to Bernie and his idealistic supporters, and co-opt as many of his progressive issues as possible.

A mail to Podesta from Philip Munger, a philanthropist known for his hefty donations to the Democratic Party, took an alternative approach:

Clinton is going to have to kneecap him. She is going to have to take him down from his morally superior perch.

Munder wrote

6. What planet is she on?

Clinton’s description of herself as a moderate Democrat at a September 2015 event in Ohio angered Tanden. In a mail to Podesta, she asked why Clinton described herself as such, to which he replied that she:

Didn’t remember saying it. Not sure I believe her.

Tanden insists that the comment has made her job more difficult after “telling every reporter I know she’s actually progressive.”

It worries me more that she doesn’t seem to know what planet we are all living in at the moment,

she adds.

7. The Clintons Won’t Forget Their Fiends

In November 2014, Clinton’s campaign manager Robby Mook emailed Podesta about moving the Illinois primary out of March as it would be a “lifeline to a moderate Republican candidate.”

Although Illinois was offered a bonus of 10 percent extra delegates. If they move to April and 20% if they move to May, the date didn’t change.

They don’t really care about being helpful; and feel forgotten and neglected by POTUS,

The key point is that this is not an Obama ask, but a Hillary ask. And the Clintons won’t forget what their friends have done for them.

Mook writes

8. Food Groups

February 2016 messages between Podesta and Frank White Jr, who raised over $2.3 million for President Barack Obama during his 2012 reelection campaign, highlight the Clinton team’s awareness that it doesn’t value black folks.

A list of potential vice presidential nominees categorized in “rough food groups” is detailed in an email from Podesta to Clinton. Food groups includes seven categories; Latinos; women; black men; business magnates; and one group with just one member – Bernie Sanders.

9. Hillary’s Achilles Heel

After Clinton gave an interview, which referenced the email scandal, to NBC’s Andrea Mitchell on September 4, 2015, Tanden once again gives an interesting insight into Clinton’s shortcomings.

“Everyone wants her to apologize,”

“And she should. Apologies are like her Achilles heel. But she didn’t seem like a bitch in the interview. And she said the word sorry. She will get to a full apology in a few interviews.”

Tanden says in an email to Podesta and Jennifer Palmieri, Clinton’s director of communications.