The October surprise by way of WikiLeaks has, to the disappointment and outrage of many Republicans and Donald Trump supporters, been put on hold for the time being.

However, a new bombshell of information has been uncovered by Infowars regarding Hillary Clinton’s time as Secretary of State, and it’s not something the former First Lady would want the American electorate knowing about.

This new information, which one could argue is damning enough to be considered this election’s October surprise all on its own, came forth like it does in many of these instances via a whistleblower, who claims he’s willing to put his life on the line if it means that Mrs. Clinton will not become the next President of the United States.

“There is far too much at stake for this great nation, America, for me to remain silent any longer,” says Dr. Kilari Anand Paul. “I know I’m risking my life going public with what I know—but God will hold me accountable if I know the truth and do not speak it for fear of Clinton.”

The information that is causing this man so much unrelenting anguish has to do with Hillary Clinton’s decision regarding the African nation of Libya while she served as Secretary of State under President Obama. Dr. Paul says that Clinton refused to sign a peace deal with Libyan president Muammar Gaddafi because of her own personal spite. She was mad at the Libyan president for not supporting her during her failed 2008 campaign against President Barack Obama.

Turns out Gaddafi was a fan of Obama, and Hillary didn’t like that one bit.

October surprise number one: Hillary Clinton’s decision to “get back” at Gaddafi resulted in miserable unrest in Libya, thousands of lives lost, and the surge of Islamic terrorism throughout the region.

In August of 2011, Dr. Paul, who also worked as a preacher, was in Libya with a group of Indian peacemakers. At this time, U.S. General Wesley Clark, also in the area, got word of Dr. Paul’s location and he decided to talk to the preacher about the possibility of him negotiating a peace deal with President Gaddafi, to which Dr. Paul agreed.

“Over the course of ten days, an agreement was reached between Libyan Prime Minister Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi, President Muammar Gaddafi and the U.S. State Department in coordination with the Obama White House. The deal was overseen by General Clark as well as U.S. Rep Dennis Kucinich.”

Libyan Prime Minister Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi signed a letter, which included details of the agreement, and it was sent to President Obama. The official document made it known that Gaddafi planned to put an end to his dictatorial reign in the region whilst relieving any civilian turmoils under his watch. This meant that Libya would move toward a more positive, citizen-friendly democratic political system.

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