Julian Assange, WikiLeaks Founder Announcement Canceled for ‘Security Concerns’

Julian Assange, WikiLeaks Founder Announcement Canceled for 'Security Concerns'

He moved a little controversy by suggesting via Twitter that the campaign of Hillary Clinton would be by Wednesday, because what would be the “death blow” WikiLeaks reveals the document.

As it is with stone it is always better to consider the source and take everything I say with a grain of salt. Man feeds on negativity and asphalt. Work on lies and fabrications in the same way some artists work in oils.

UPDATED: After canceling a planned announcement in London, founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange is now planning to appear by videoconference Tuesday morning on the tenth anniversary of Wikileaks in Berlin. It’s a last-minute addition to the list of festivities taking place this week in Germany.

Wikileaks used its Facebook page to confirm that Assange would speak at the event, which takes place at 3am Eastern time.

Sources close to the event tell Heat Street that Assange may be planning to release some new information his organization has obtained about the U.S. Democratic Party. But Heat Street has yet to receive independent confirmation that Assange plans to dump information specifically on Hillary Clinton.

The news that Assange plans to appear (remotely) in Berlin comes after Wikileaks abruptly canceled a much-anticipated announcement in London that was to be made from the balcony of London’s Ecuadorian Embassy, where Assange has sought sanctuary for years. The cancelation was first reported by NBC News. According to NBC’s Jesse Rodriguez, the announcement was canceled due to “security concerns”.

There had been widespread anticipating that Tuesday’s announcement might have been Assange’s long-promised document dump on Hillary Clinton.

Assange appeared on Fox News last month, repeating his assertion that Wikileaks has damaging documents on Clinton and suggested WikiLeaks may soon release “teasers”. More than three weeks later, that release has yet to take place.

Clinton’s more fervent opponents have hoped for weeks that the promised document dump would be an “October surprise” – damaging and revelatory emails or the like — and inflict a mortal wound on her campaign. There’s no evidence however that such damaging information even exists.

It was only this summer that Assange’s group leaked thousands of embarrassing emails from the Democratic National Committee which showed their disdain for Bernie Sanders’ insurgent campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination. The uproar over the disclosures forced DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz to resign in disgrace on the eve of the Democratic National Convention.

The political provocateur and bomb-thrower Roger Stone, a fervent Donald Trump supporter, predicted Sunday morning that Wikileaks’ revelations would doom Clinton’s campaign.

It’s unclear if Stone was aware that Wikileaks, according to NBC News, has canceled their Tuesday announcement.

Assange and his supporters have long claimed that his personal safety is at risk due to the danger he (supposedly) represents to Clinton’s presidential ambitions. Monday morning, Wikileaks via Twitter was promoting the conspiracy theory that Clinton herself has sought to rub out Assange.

In August, liberal commentator Bob Beckel did suggest in a TV appearance that Assange be murdered, proclaiming that someone should “shoot the son of a bitch!”

Assange himself has also recently hinted publicly that low-level DNC staffer Seth Rich, who was murdered this summer in Washington DC, had been the source for Wikileaks’ document dump on the DNC. And that Rich’s alleged role in the leaks was linked to his death.

There has been no evidence linking Rich to the leak and no evidence that his murder was anything more than a botched robbery.

Nonetheless, the Wikileaks’ cancellation of Tuesday’s announcement in London — and the scheduling of the Tuesday video link in Berlin — has anti-Clinton conspiracy theorists working up a frantic stew of speculation.

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  • Figjam_US

    Assange is a Russian operative. Whatever he publishes about Clinton will have little if any legitimacy.

  • Damian L

    Scumbag conservatives in bed with the Communists, go wave your flags and thump your Bibles in hell where you belong.

  • Susan Brown Taylor

    Yes, I would trust Clinton more than Assange, and a hell of a lot more than
    Trump and for a very good reason, she has been vetted multiple times. I do not
    trust Assange because he has a habit of only telling part of the truth or he makes
    normal operating procedures look nefarious by forgetting to mention a few
    details. Such as federal employees can only accept gifts of minimal value, the
    1 million dollars from Qatar was a gift to the Clinton Foundations in Bill’s
    name. The Clinton’s have been in politics for over 40 years, they know the
    rules. As a Senator and then Secretary of State Clinton was an employee of the
    federal government and in order to receive a security clearance at the level
    she would need to perform her duties she would be subject to a very stringent
    background investigation, pass a polygraph and submit an accurate financial
    disclosure form. What is disclosed on the financial form is investigated, and
    one has to be submitted every 2 years. If it isn’t accurate, the individual
    doing the investigation is going want to know why and the form must be
    corrected. Ditto for Bill when he was POTUS. Also, re-investigations and no
    notice polygraphs are required to be performed periodically. Every member of
    Congress and the Cabinet has the same requirement, including of course all
    Presidential candidates. Pay attention because this is the important part,
    people who have committed criminal acts either fail the background
    investigation or fail the polygraph, or both. Since Clinton was a first lady,
    in the Senate and became the Secretary of State she passed the security
    requirements. If the FBI suspected for a second Clinton was guilty of anything
    they would have yanked her security clearance so fast her head would have spun.
    Ryan, Chaffetz, Dowdy, McConnell and both the GOP and Democratic Parties know
    this. Heck, all federal employees and contractors know this. I am sure Assange
    knows too, since he dealt with Snowden. That is why she seemed testy at some of
    the hearings. It is amazing she kept her cool, because everybody already knew
    the answers to the questions she kept getting asked. And yes, as a Secretary of
    State, she has to deal with countries that may or may not actually be real
    allies, or through intelligence gathering might be secretly funding terrorism.
    Those are part of the responsibilities of every Secretary of State, which is
    why most people can only handle the job for four years. Trump will of course
    also have a very stringent background investigation, have to pass a polygraph and
    submit an accurate financial disclosure forms. His wife will be investigated
    also. More than likely the investigations are going on now, since it has been
    revealed that his wife lied about her education and Trump is trying to settle
    his lawsuits.

  • Susan Brown Taylor

    Assange has a habit of only telling part of the truth or he makes normal operating procedures look nefarious by forgetting to mention a few details. Trump is desperate so Assange has been helping him out shall we say such as forgetting federal
    employees can only accept gifts of minimal value. And that t to perform her duties Clinton
    would be subject to a very stringent background investigation, pass a polygraph
    and submit an accurate financial disclosure form. What is disclosed on the
    financial form is investigated, and one has to be submitted every 2 years. If
    it isn’t accurate, the individual doing the investigation is going want to know
    why and the form must be corrected. Oh, and as a Secretary
    of State, Clinton had to deal with countries that may or may not actually be real
    allies, or through intelligence gathering might be secretly funding terrorism.
    Those are part of the responsibilities of every Secretary of State, which is
    why most people can only handle the job for four years.