Hillary Clinton and the Democratic party might have a surprise coming soon, as Julian Assange said during an interview with Sean Hannity last night that will be releasing the next batch of Clinton leaks in the next few weeks.
Sean Hannity asks Assange about a “significant amount” of information regarding the Hillary Clinton campaign, and that there are “several batches” that will be released in a period of time. When asked how many batches and how soon they will be released, Assange responds:
The first batch is reasonably soon, we’re quite confident about it now, we might put out some teasers…I don’t want to promise anything because we have to see how the formatting goes, but we might put out some teasers as early as next week or the week after.
Julian Assange says that the rule of law has “broken down under the Obama administration”, and Hillary Clinton was part of that administration. He continues, mentioning that Obama along with Clinton have attempted to prosecute more journalists than all the previous administrations combined.
The Wikileaks founder also criticizes Hillary Clinton for her claim that she didn’t know what a “(C)” meant on her classified emails, which has proven false since she herself has used the “(C)” in her own documents and signed off on those emails, as Assange holds up a document and points to Clinton’s signature on it.
Assange states that Clinton has received 22,000 emails with the (C) on her emails, and that it’s absurd to think she didn’t know that the (C) on these emails meant that they were classified and should have been handled on a secure server, not her private server in her basement.
“It’s absolutely incredible for Clinton to lie, she is lying about not knowing what that is, but it’s a bit disturbing that James Comey (FBI Director) goes along with that game.”
Will Assange’s next batch of Clinton emails add to her reputation as a liar, proving that she lied once again to the FBI and to the public?
The next few weeks should be interesting, and with Donald Trump already climbing in the polls, another Hillary Clinton scandal could haunt her all the way through this election.
The full Assange/Hannity interview can be viewed below: