Politics Leaked Wikileaks Chats Show Strong Anti-Hillary Messages: She’s a ‘Sadistic Sociopath’

00:51  15 february  2018
00:51  15 february  2018 Source:   Mediaite

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For all its value, they are even grateful about the leaks . Even the pseudo alternative medium Political Insider is speculating that Wikileaks itself may We cannot allow a lying, bereft of conscience, and too ambitious sociopath Hillary Clinton to be at the seat of power holding the button of Armageddon.

The notorious hacker collective WikiLeaks dumped a massive trove of e-mails from the Democratic National Committee onto the Web Friday just as Hillary Clinton was preparing to celebrate her presidential nomination at the Democratic convention next week.

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was a major part of the 2016 presidential election, with the organization releasing gobs of internal emails related to Hillary Clinton, even facing accusations that they did so at the behest of the Russian government.

Since then, folks have wondered why WikiLeaks stuck to Clinton and the DNC and did not turn their all-seeing eye to the GOP and President Donald Trump.

Well, we may now have our answer.

According to leaked Twitter chat transcripts, as uncovered by The Intercept, Assange strongly favored the GOP over the Democrats, calling candidate Clinton “a bright, well connected, sadistic sociopath” and once joking “perhaps Hillary will have a stroke.”

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Hannity followed up by highlighting a few more of Assange' s messages , which we will get to, but the last tweet from Hannity, stating one word, "BOOM!!," once again highlighted an Assange statement saying " Hillary Clinton has a friend in her war against WikiLeaks perfect authentication record.

The chats indicate that Assange believed a Trump win would help reign in America’s propensity toward initiating foreign conflicts.

“We believe it would be much better for the GOP to win,” he wrote. “Hillary has greater freedom to start wars than the GOP and has the will to do so.”

Assange passionately decried the notion of Clinton in the “White House with her bloodlust and ambitions of empire with hawkish liberal-interventionist appointees like [Anne-Marie] Slaughter and digital expansionists such as Google integrated into the power structure.”

The WikiLeaks founder also got into it regarding Trump’s long-time friend, and fellow provocateur,Roger Stone. In the final months of the campaign, Stone began taking credit for arranging the leaks, much to Assange’s chagrin.

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However, even those published by the Atlantic show that: 1/. Here is the entire chain of messages with @ wikileaks (with my whopping 3 responses) which one of the congressional committees has chosen to selectively leak .

Wikileaks could prove to be the one entity that can take Hillary down. “We have upcoming leaks in relation to Hillary Clinton,” Assange said. “We’ve accumulated a lot of material about Hillary Clinton. FBI Texts Show Agents Brutally Mocking Chelsea.

“Stone is a bullshitter,” Assange wrote, responding to a message alerting him that WikiLeaks’ official tweet denying Stone’s involvement was directed at Mediaite, and therefore the majority of Twitter users may have missed it.

The chat logs found Assange often encouraging participants to create fake Twitter accounts in order to coax information out of unknowing dupes.

“You could just change the name of your account and the icon to a pretty blonde,” he wrote. “Pick a dead actress if you want plausible deniability.”

The logs also allege a fair amount of anti-semitic sentiment, with Assange often urging readers to “troll” Associated Press journalist Raphael Satter, calling him a “rat” and referring to him with parentheses around his name, a neo-Nazi meme which identifies Jews online by surrounding their names with three brackets.

This is not the first time Assange and WikiLeaks have been suggested to have favored Trump. Back in November, it was revealed that Assange and Donald Trump Jr. had been secretly corresponding for ten months, with some messages touching on campaign strategy and mutual dislike of Clinton.

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