Creepy John Podesta Complains Leaked DNC Emails Eclipsed the Hollywood Access Tape (VIDEO)
Fake News media outlets found a new shiny button–Facebook data mining during the 2016 presidential election.
On Wednesday, Hillary Clinton’s creepy campaign manager John Podesta whined like a baby to MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell over the fact that his leaked emails eclipsed the ‘Access Hollywood’ tape of Donald Trump’s locker room talk.
Maybe because no one cares what Trump said in private over 10 years ago?
Of course Andrea Mitchell teed up the question for Podesta by reminding viewers his emails were leaked minutes after the Access Hollywood tape hit the wire.
“And just to set the context, both of those Wikileaks dumps were early in the morning to drive the news cycle in the U.S. So, unusual from the get go and you guys noticed it right away,” Mitchell said to Podesta.
“Absolutely, and I think it was done to try to divert attention to give the anchors on Fox News something to talk about other than the Access Hollywood tape and I think that the question is whether there was coordination between the campaign and Wikileaks, at least through intermediaries, about the timing of the release,” Podesta said.
We’re in 2018 and Hillary and her loser campaign aides are still whining like babies over their crushing election loss.
Andrea Mitchell then suggested this could be further proof the Russians were working with WikiLeaks to interfere in the U.S. election.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has said many times on the record that Russia was not his source for the Podesta emails.
To this date, the FBI still hasn’t inspected the DNC servers nor have they interviewed Julian Assange.
On Wednesday, Julian Assange hammered fake news Andrea Mitchell for suggesting the Russians gave Podesta’s ‘hacked’ emails to WikiLeaks.
Assange tweeted to MSNBC: Error in your reportage: WikiLeaks has nothing to do with Russia and even the allegations against it are considerably less than Politico, the Intercept and other US press
Error in your reportage: WikiLeaks has nothing to do with Russia and even the allegations against it are considerably less than Politico, the Intercept and other US press https://t.co/kiH3q4E9xL
— Julian Assange ⌛ (@JulianAssange) March 21, 2018