Democrats “Bracing” for New Batch of Very Damaging Hacked Emails

It couldn’t happen to a more corrupt group of power hungry villains.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange told CNN’s Anderson Cooper ten days ago Wikileaks has more material related to the Hillary Clinton campaign to release. Assange said the material will be posted by Wikileaks in due course.
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This came after leaked emails revealed the DNC worked against the Sanders campaign in the Democratic primary this year.

Democrats are reportedly “bracing for a new batch of very damaging hacked emails.

The Democrat media complex is already spinning this to put blame on Donald Trump for the hacks – Something he has nothing to do with…
But they will do anything to protect Hillary Clinton and the Democrats.
The New York Times reported:

The hack now appears to have extended well beyond those groups, and organizations like the Democratic Governors’ Association may also have been affected, according to Democrats involved in the investigation.

Democrats say they are bracing for the possibility that another batch of damaging or embarrassing internal material could become public before the November presidential election.

The attack has already proved politically damaging. On the eve of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia last month, Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz resigned as D.N.C. chairwoman after WikiLeaks released a trove of hacked internal emails showing party officials eager for Mrs. Clinton to win the nomination over Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont.

American intelligence agencies have said they have “high confidence” that the attack was the work of Russian intelligence agencies.

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