Earlier this month, online security expert Jacob Appelbaum said Hillary Clinton has a personal grudge against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and if elected she will work overtime to make his life a living hell.
Clinton’s vendetta stems from the release of diplomatic cables by the journalism organization. Many of the cables portray the former secretary of state in a less than flattering light.
Late Tuesday, WikiLeaks posted a tweet that may or may not compound Clinton’s woes in regard to her use of an unsecured email server:
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) June 1, 2016
The latest excuse offered by Clinton is that she unknowingly violated federal regulations and did not deliberately remove confidential data in order to send it through her unsecured server.
The above tweet reveals beyond a doubt Clinton is lying.
If the FBI does not act on this latest information, we may conclude Clinton is receiving preferential treatment and she will not be forced to step down as the Democrat presidential nominee, to say nothing of facing prosecution.
Earlier this month prosecutors and FBI agents investigating Clinton said they did not find sufficient evidence that she intended to break classification rules. A grand jury has not convened in the case and influential Democrats, including Senator Dianne Feinstein, have pushed hard to make the scandal go away before the election.
Thus far, the corporate media has ignored the latest WikiLeaks document.