Politics

What We Learned From Wikileaks

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If you were to visit www.wikileaks.org, you would be overwhelmed by an abundance of “classified” information. It is a conspiracy theorist’s dream come true. Many who oppose Hillary Clinton thrive on this website. Fantasies of Hillary dressed in an orange pantsuit (jumpsuit) behind bars fill their heads. They wonder how this website alone has not insured serious consequences for the Democratic presidential nominee.

Any internet-surfer has access to a searchable archive of 30,322 emails from Clinton’s private server. Days could be spent combing through these emails. With this incriminating information at hand, one may question why it has not been discussed on all major networks and in every news outlet. Per usual, mainstream media is neglecting information that could and should jeopardize the Clinton campaign, such as the substantial amount of emails regarding the influx of weapons to Syria, which fell into the hands of jihadists and ISIS and had been pushed by Clinton and the Department of State. The lack of coverage on Clinton’s involvement in Wikileaks is abysmal. Are they covering for her…? While Trump’s “groping scandal” has been covered on around the clock and still lingers in the MSNBCs and ABCs of the “unbiased” media, the public access to Clinton’s private emails remains out of the media.

In this tumultuous political climate, truth-seekers take their hats off in salute to Assange’s dedication to exposing the corrupt nature infecting many parts of our government.

 Critics argue that Wikileaks targets the “Left” more than the right, or perhaps it is simply because the left has more to be exposed. Julian Assange, founder and producer, “loves it when they [American citizens] get a glimpse into the corrupt machinery that is attempting to rule them.” With the goal of exposing the political corruption of the American government, where is the outrage and why is this not considered most newsworthy?

In this tumultuous political climate, truth-seekers take their hats off in salute to Assange’s dedication to exposing the corrupt nature infecting many parts of our government.

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