Sunday, October 9, 2016

Hillary linked to MURDER plot?!?


WikiLeaks founder and self-styled citizen journalist Julian Assange is a controversial figure. Vice President Joe Biden once called him a terrorist, while others have praised his efforts for international transparency.
How does Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton feel about the infamous whistle blower?
Apparently she had no moral qualms about murdering him in cold blood — and even tried to get others on board.
In 2010, Clinton tried to order Assange’s assassination by drone strike, according to a story that was first published by True Pundit and was subsequently distributed by WikiLeaks itself.

Senior government officials reportedly laughed off the suggestion at first, feeling that Clinton couldn’t possibly be serious about murdering a private citizen (and a famous one at that). But they soon learned she wasn’t joking at all, as Clinton allegedly continued to push for the assassination.
Screenshot by Gateway Pundit
Screenshot by Gateway Pundit 

The report would seem to offer credibility to decades of speculation swirling around the deaths of certain Clinton family opponents — if you get in their way, speculation has been, they’ll take you out. And it certainly raises questions about Clinton’s temperament and judgment.
In a public message Tuesday, Assange promised “significant” disclosures on subjects including the U.S. election and Google in the coming weeks, making him an ongoing threat to Clinton.

Assange said WikiLeaks plans to start publishing new material starting this week, but wouldn’t specify the timing and subject. Speaking by video link to an anniversary news conference in Berlin, he said the leaks include “significant material” on war, arms, oil, internet giant Google, the U.S. election and mass surveillance.
WikiLeaks hopes “to be publishing every week for the next 10 weeks,” Assange said.
WikiLeaks, which released Democratic National Committee emails days before the party’s national convention earlier this year, wouldn’t say who or what campaign would be affected by the upcoming U.S. election leaks. Assange said speculation that he or WikiLeaks intend to harm Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is “false.”
Asked whether he feels any personal affinity with Clinton’s Republican rival, Donald Trump, Assange replied: “I feel personal affinity really, I think, with all human beings.”

“I certainly feel sorry for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump,” he added. “These are two people that are tormented by their ambitions in different ways.”
The Associated Press contributed to this article.

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