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BREAKING! Assange And Wikileaks Not Letting Up On Exposing Crooked Hillary

We admire Wikileaks and Julian Assange for fighting for TRUTH and agree with their continued vigilance. After all, if the roles were reversed god knows Hillary would have no mercy.

The Washington Examiner Reports

WikiLeaks on Wednesday published a 36th batch of emails from Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, just hours after the presidential election concluded with Donald Trump‘s victory over Clinton.

The release, which includes 225 emails obtained from Podesta’s personal Gmail account, brings the total released by WikiLeaks to 58,660. The organization began releasing the messages in early October, and claimed at the time to have around 50,000 on hand. It isn’t clear how many more the website holds, or how long the releases will continue, but they seemed timed to hurt Clinton’s chances of becoming the next president.

The last tweet from WikiLeaks about the messages before the release, sent before polls closed on Tuesday, highlighted a Feb. 23, 2015 exchange in which members of Clinton’s campaign discussed “vulnerability study groups” aimed at determining how to deal with Clinton’s perceived weaknesses as a presidential candidate.

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“Out of touch, cronyistic, didn’t drive a car in 35 years, flew all over the world but accomplished nothing,” WikiLeaks noted Clinton’s advisers as having summarized her perceived flaws.

WikiLeaks has denied the emails were obtained by hacking, though it has not offered an alternative explanation. Emails included in earlier releases indicated Podesta’s account was probably hacked in mid-March. Emails released by the organization to date range in date from 2008 to 2016.

The organization has also published 27,515 emails and 8,034 attachments obtained from the Democratic National Committee. The publication of files from the DNC was thought to be over after an initial batch of about 20,000 emails was released in July, but then released 8,000 additional messages just days before the presidential election.