Wikileaks Will Leak U.S. Election Documents Before November 8th

Things are about to get heated in the world of the information highway. Assuming a bunch of news sites don’t magically disappear from the internet, there will be a number of outlets likely frothing at the mouth to report on new documents that Wikileaks will let loose out onto the net before November 8th.

During the October Surprise live-stream that was broadcast on a number of online outlets, including an Info Wars channel called Right Side of Broadcasting, Julian Assange, held a press conference where he talked about what was coming for Wikileaks and what would be in store for those interested to see what they would be publishing for public consumption. Assange rattled off a few topics at the hour and 55 minute mark, with some of the documents including:

  • Google
  • Oil
  • War
  • and the U.S., elections.

All the U.S., related Election documents will come out before November 8th. The date is important because according to Assange, they wanted to get out those documents before people go out to vote in the United States.

They have plans on publishing new documents every week for the next 10 weeks.

Quite naturally, this led to some of the press in the room to ask if the documents will destroy Hillary Clinton before voting? Well, according to Assange…

“Are the upcoming publications significant to the U.S., election? Yeah, we think they’re significant. Do they show interesting features of U.S., power factions and how they operate? Yes they do.”

He prefaced that comment by saying that he has nothing personal against Clinton and no hard or ill feelings toward her or her campaign. According to Assange, the Wikileak documents are not being positioned to launch from a platform with a personal vendetta against Clinton.

Previously, Wikileaks let loose DNC documents that contained information revealing that the Democratic National Committee subverted Bernie Sanders’ opportunity to receive the Democratic nomination for the Presidential election. It turns out that the whole thing was fixed to push Clinton into position. There were even some outlets allowing the DNC to oversee their articles before going to print to ensure that they were on message. So much for unbiased reporting, eh?

Additional documents later revealed that Obama and the Clinton administration were running pay-to-play fundraisers, offering certain positions to those donating x amount of dollars to the campaign.

There’s no indication as to what the documents will be about regarding the upcoming U.S., elections but given how biased and lop-sided the media coverage has been leading up to the big vote, it would have to be something absolutely devastating to convince media outlets not to waste time attacking Trump in order to cover some significant proof of corruption or political machinations.

We’ll likely find out exactly what’s in the documents sometime before November 8th.


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  • C G Saturation

    Not expecting much from Wikileaks. They already leaked so much proof of blatant unprecedented corruption, and everyone’s still like “she has a vagina so it’s okay, you’re just a sexist racist”.

  • Mr.Towel

    For these documents to be effective, the alt-right will have to mount an strategy to condense its content and spread them. The DNC leaks hardly went beyond Bernie’s supporters and a section of the right.

    • Alistair

      Mundanematt just posted a vid, he wasn’t impress at all.

      Can’t forgive for selling out. Many people was socked by his sold-Out.

      • Mr.Towel

        Like much of the problems with the right, it seems to be an issue of lack of information.

        Assange delayed the release of the documents for his life is in clear danger because of them. The Clintons have a big pile of dead bodies made from their enemies and Assange isn’t beyond their reach. Just some weeks ago I think the Ecuadorian embassy where Assange is hiding suffered a breach of security. Even though they called the police immediately, right in the middle of a populated area, it took 2 hours for the cops to arrive at the scene. There’s a lot of greasy hands at work there.

        I think that by releasing the documents in chunks they can keep everyone’s attention for an extended period of time and probably have enough room to make deals till the heavy stuff land.

        A wuss strategy that will bite them in the ass if you ask me, but doesn’t mean I can’t understand why they’re doing that.

      • C G Saturation

        The usual suspects probably threatened to kill him or his family. I’m sure that’s what often happens, we just never hear about it.

  • Alistair

    & powers that be will do every thing to stop it or lessen the impart with damage control.

    Welcome to Censorship 2016.