JULIAN ASSANGE: ‘Evidence Emerged of Conspiracy to Take Down DNC in 2010’

WikiLeaks boss Julian Assange is making waves Sunday, tweeting about alleged ‘encryption keys,’ Hillary Clinton’s ‘creepy coldness’ and an article citing  conspiracy to take down the DNC in 2010. 

Julian Assange unloaded on Hillary Clinton on Sunday.

As The Gateway Pundit previously reported, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange released a mysterious tweet that has followers guessing if something is in the works.

On Sunday Assange tweeted a series of numbers that resemble an encryption key.

“4767 5774 6a7a 4d6c 6330 666b 314a 3453 0000 0907 84b4 f787 7616 86f7 a737 5707 5736,” tweeted Assange.

And Julian Assange followed that up with a series of tweets on Hillary Clinton.

First Assange went after Hillary for pushing the hoax that Russia flipped the US election.

Julian Assange then pointed out the several Obama officials, including Barack Obama, said Wikileaks and Russia had no direct ties.

Then Julian Assange pointed out that something is wrong with Hillary Clinton, “A cold creepiness rarely seen.”

Late Sunday evening, Assange tweeted the following excerpt.

Via Breitbart News:

He’s right. Indeed, you can take his example further by imagining what would happen to, say, the DNC, if it suffered a massive Wikileak of secret data. Can you imagine the sort of things that Rahm Emmanuel, David Axelrod and David Plouffe say outside public hearing? It seems entirely possible that a leak of the contents of their e-mail for one month would be exceedingly damaging to them, possibly even career ending.

“Evidence emerges of a conspiracy to take down the DNC as far back as 2010,” tweeted Assange.


John Sexton of Breitbart News argues Julian Assange’s raison d’etre for operating WikiLeaks is to destroy authoritarian power structures across the globe. Sexton foreshadows a scenario in which WikiLeaks could hack the DNC and cause immense damage to the Democrat Party. Imagine the senstive information then-Obama officials, such as Rahm Emanuel and David Alexrod, migh say via email mused the Breitbart News writer.


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