Can WikiLeaks Take Down Hillary Clinton?

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This week Wikileaks co-founder Julien Assange threatened to release information that could not only take Hillary Clinton out of the presidential race, but could possibly bring an indictment against the former Secretary of State.

During an interview with ITV, Assange said that the documents pending release are so damning to Clinton that the Department of Justice will be forced to charge Clinton. Wikileaks has already published over 30,000 emails from Clint’s private email server.

Assange stated that Wikileaks has “accumulated a lot of material about her, which could proceed to an indictment.” He also hinted that the emails held information on Hillary Clinton’s Foundation.

Regardless of Assange is confident that the evidence is damning against Clinton, he firmly believes that she will not be indicted by the current Justice Department:

“[Attorney General Loretta Lynch] is not going to indict Hillary Clinton. It’s not possible that could happen. But the FBI could push for new concessions from the Clinton government in exchange for its lack of indictment.”

Wikileaks has never been a fan of Hillary Clinton. In addition to the previously released documents exposing her, they claim that she stole their twitter logo design:

It is currently unknown when the documents will be released.

Please see nationofchange.org

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