Hillary Clinton can’t seem to shake her sketchy past.
While the political elite may have ignored the Clinton email scandal hoping to keep the truth buried, WikiLeaks has continued to keep the heat on Hillary.
And after a recent on-air interview, it looks like they are just getting started.
Speaking to Sean Hannity, WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, has hinted more emails will be released soon.
The Gateway Pundit reports:
“The first batch is reasonably soon. We’re quite confident on it now. We might put out some teasers. I don’t want to promise anything because we want to see how the formatting goes. We might put out some teasers as early as next week,” said Julian Assange.
WikiLeaks has already released thousands of searchable emails from Clinton’s private email server as part of the DNC leak.
In addition, the Daily Mail reports Assange accused Hillary of “lying to the FBI about misidentifying the classified markings she saw in several of her emails.”
But while the emails have embarrassed Hillary and the DNC, and proved Hillary had been lying all along, Assange is skeptical the FBI will actually indict Hillary.
The Hill reports:
Assange vowed at the time that the group has accumulated enough material on Clinton that “we could proceed to an indictment,” although he added that “unfortunately” he did not expect that Attorney General Loretta Lynch would seek charges.
So far, it looks like Assange is right.
As American Patriot Daily previously reported, FBI Director James Comey admitted that even though it was “possible hostile actors gained access to Secretary Clinton’s personal email account,” she didn’t “knowingly” break the law and therefore he doesn’t recommend charges be leveled against her.
But Assange isn’t stopping and will continue to release Hillary’s emails.
Perhaps WikiLeaks will release enough evidence so incriminating the FBI will be unable to ignore it any longer.
Only time will tell.
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