Julian Assange is no fan of either the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump or Democrat Hillary Clinton, calling a choice between the two “like picking between cholera or gonorrhea,” but he obviously has a positive hatred for Clinton.

Saying in early 2016 as he promised a year of exposés aimed at preventing her election to the presidency, “I have had years of experience in dealing with Hillary Clinton and have read thousands of her cables. Hillary lacks judgment and will push the United States into endless, stupid wars which spread terrorism. ... she certainly should not become president of the United States.”

And Assange, operating from the Ecuadoran embassy in London where he has been in voluntary exile since 2012 to avoid extradition over sex assault allegations, has made good on his promise.

His first major coup of the campaign season took down Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida, who was forced to step down from her post as Democratic National Committee (DNC) chair on the eve of the party’s nominating convention in Philadelphia.

The carefully timed release of DNC emails revealed an inside view of the bias the committee held for Clinton over her challenger, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders that included strategies to attack his religious beliefs.

The party’s national committee is prohibited from favoring one candidate over another.

Now, as the campaign heads into its final days, Assange is orchestrating a deliberate crescendo of releases from the emails of longtime Clinton operative and current chair of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, John Podesta, that have exposed details of the interrelated deals connecting the Clinton Family Foundation, the U.S. State Department under Hillary Clinton and the personal fortunes of the former first family.

So far, over 35,000 emails from Podesta’s email account have been released, with a promise of another 50,000 to follow.


But at the moment, the focus is on a comment Assange made on October 4 when he promised that further information would bring Clinton candidacy “down.”

“People...have the right to understand who it is they're electing,” Assange said.

Now Julian ASSANGE says the next round of leaks will bring on the arrest of Hillary.

From a RT reporter in London:

“He will release more material in what he says will provide enough evidence to see Hillary Clinton arrested.”


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