Julian Assange has claimed that more leaks from the DNC hack will be forthcoming. When he was asked about doing the bidding of Russia, he deflected the questions about it by stating that the goal of Wikileaks is to deliver information, and it doesn’t benefit one group or party, rather it is supposed to benefit all. Despite those glaring holes of Assange being a Russian agent, because of course Edward Snowden was sent to Russia via help by Assange, it seems more certain that Wikileaks is now an arm of Mother Russia and Vladimir Putin.
So far the Russians have denied involvement. But they also denied involvement in the Polonium poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko, so the veracity of their denials pretty much fall on deaf ears. The Russians won’t take responsibility because they are nothing more than cowards running from their own malfeasance and criminality.
Speaking from the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where he faces extradition over sexual assault allegations, Assange told CNN that Democratic Party officials were using the specter of Russian involvement to distract from the content of the emails, which have had tumultuous affect on the party at the start of its national convention, where it is expected to make Hillary Clinton its presidential nominee.“It raises questions about the natural instincts of Clinton that when confronted with a serious domestic political scandal, she tries to blame the Russians, blame the Chinese, et cetera,” Assange told CNN.“Because if she does that while in government, it could lead to problems,” he added.