I want to see what Wikileaks has to say during this press conference because they hold the key.
Wikileaks and Julian Assange have repeatedly said Russia didn’t give them information about the DNC and that Barack Obama was trying to distract from the damning information that came out about that dysfunctional political party and it’s candidate.
The U.S. Intelligence community has cooked up a report claiming Russia was responsible for hacking our elections but to many that read it; it falls short of providing that proof.
The U.S. Government wants to know who gave Wikileaks that information and they aren’t budging. But they are planning a press conference at 9 am ET on Monday morning to address the intelligence report.
One thing to remember, in all of the many reports Wikileaks has produced, they’ve never gotten it wrong.
The so-called open-government group Wikileaks, founded by Julian Assange, sent out a tweet late Saturday night announcing plans to hold a press conference on Monday to address claims made in a report released by the U.S. Intelligence Community late Friday.
Assange and Wikileaks have long denied any collaboration or association with Russia with the various hacks this election season targeted at the Democratic National Committee and the private email accounts of staffers associated with Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
Just last week during an interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News, Assange stressed that Russia played no role in providing WikiLeaks emails believed to have been hacked from the DNC and Clinton campaign chairman, John Podesta. In fact, Assange assured viewers no state party was involved at all.
“We can say, we have said, repeatedly that over the last two months that our source is not the Russian government and it is not a state party,” Assange said.
He further accused Obama of “acting like a lawyer” in how he addresses any allegations involving Russia and Wikileaks.
What will the group have to say about U.S. Intelligence and the blaming of Russia on alleged hacks? Will Julian Assange speak?
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