Wonder what emails Wikileaks will release next...
The Democrats got an unfriendly welcome the day before their convention. It looks as though Wikileaks did it again:
The DNC, which is chaired by Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, has acknowledged that their systems were infiltrated. The party has not commented on specific information released through the hack.
According to Wikileaks, which is operated by Julian Assange, the release is “part one” of a new series it is calling “Hillary Leaks.”
The emails come from the accounts of seven DNC officials: communications director Luis Miranda, national finance director Jordon Kaplan, finance chief of staff Scott Comer, finance director of data and strategic initiatives Daniel Parrish, finance director Allen Zachary, senior advisor Andrew Wright and Northern California Finance Director and the finance director for northern California, Robert Stowe.
The emails range in date from Jan. 2015 to May 25 of this year.
Bad day for the Democrats, especially the obvious heavy-handed effort to nominate Mrs. Clinton at any cost. These emails should make every Sanders supporter very angry. It's obvious that the umpire in this game was looking out for Clinton.
My question is this: what do they release on Thursday, the day Clinton delivers the acceptance speech? I don't know, but there is probably a little panic over at the Clinton headquarters.
Over the last year, we've heard about these missing emails, the server, and a lot of other stuff that smells bad, with all due respect to Director James Comey.
Could it be that Julian Assange has the missing emails and plans to drop them on the front pages?
Again, I don't know, but it could be the big story of the week.
After all, the aforementioned article threatens that more emails are coming.