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Sunday, July 24, 2016

Julian Assange ready to drop the hammer on Hillary

Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks, claims to have obtained information that he says will be released soon. Once it's released, it will guarantee Hillary Clinton's indictment. He told ITV that his next email release will "provide enough evidence" to see Hillary arrested.

If true, Hillary Clinton will make history--or in her case, herstory--but not in the way she has dreamed of it. She would be the first presidential candidate to have a criminal indictment hanging over her head.

The blog Silence is Consent reports that WikiLeaks has already published 30,322 emails from Hillary's private email server. Although Assange didn't reveal what was in those emails, he told ITV that WikiLeaks "accumulated a lot of material about Hillary Clinton, which could proceed to an indictment."

He hinted that emails to be published contain more information about the Clinton Foundation. He told ITV's Robert Peston that previously released emails contained one damning piece of information from Hillary that instructed a staffer to remove the classification settings from an official State Department communication and send it through a "nonsecure" channel.

Assange went on to point out that the Obama administration previously prosecuted many whistleblowers for violating the proper handling of classified documents. Of course, Assange had no faith in Obama's Justice Department to indict Clinton, and he's likely correct to think that AG Loretta Lynch would fire someone who will likely allow her to keep her job in 2017.

Sadly, the chances of Hillary Clinton getting indicted, even with incontrovertible proof of guilt, is as likely as winning the Power Ball Lottery and getting hit by lightning on the way to turning in the ticket on a clear day.