Is Wikileaks choice to not release more than this 14 minutes of emails because they are waiting for Hillary Clinton's nomination acceptance speech tomorrow night?
WASHINGTON, July 27, 2016 – With President Obama and V.P. nominee Tim Kaine getting ready to address the DNC tonight, Julian Assange of Wikileaks delivered 29 mp3 files of voice malls left by callers to the DNC offices.
The calls are identified by phone number, and while they do not contain any content that is damming to the DNC, the recording running approximately 14 minutes in total, do include names and the phone numbers left during the series of voicemails.
One repeated caller voices her distrust of Bernie Sanders and Cornell West as well as what she saw as the DNC’s inability to handle the Senator from Vermont.
Most of the calls released where left for “Andrew”, of which there are a few at the DNC.
Wikileaks choice to not release more than this 14 minutes may very well be because they are waiting for Hillary Clinton’s nomination acceptance tomorrow night for their next drop.
The fact that it has now been proven that the voicemail was hacked leaves questions as to whether they were able to record live phone conversation between the Secretary of State and / or the DNC … and anyone else.
Tonight’s release comes just days after internal Democratic National Committee emails that were similarly hacked. The emails proved that the presidential-primary was never fairly run and that despited any popular vote, Bernie Sanders was not fit for, not would he ever be, the Democrat nominee for president.
The Wikileaks of emails showing DNC manipulation of the primary process forced the resignation of DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz and ignited anger among Sanders’ supporters and DNC members alike.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is parsing out the information that he has on the DNC, Hillary Clinton, and quite possibly, others in the Democrat party.
— The Hill (@thehill) July 26, 2016
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