WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says his next leak will virtually guarantee an indictment of Hillary Clinton.
Julian Assange also asserted that he has proof that Google was involved in Hillary Clinton’s campaign to an extent which is not legal.
Perhaps the public will finally see Hillary Rodham Clinton as the snake in the grass, liar, and ill-equipped presidential candidate she has been all along. Her claims that her aides didn’t consult her before deleting thousands of emails from her home email server, which apparently was quite easy to hack into.
Assange: Leaked Documents Provide Enough Evidence For DOJ To Indict Hillary Clinton
In a recent interview with ITV, Assange said the whistleblowing website will soon be leaking documents that will provide â€œenough evidenceâ€ for the Department of Justice to indict the presumptive Democratic nominee.
WikiLeaks has already published 30,322 emails from Clintonâ€™s private email server, spanning from June 30, 2010 to August 12, 2014. While Assange didnâ€™t specify what exactly was in the emails, he did tell ITV that WikiLeaks had â€œaccumulated a lot of material about Hillary Clinton, which could proceed to an indictment.â€
Assange hinted that the emails slated for publication contain additional information about the Clinton Foundation. He also reminded ITVâ€™s Robert Peston that previously released emails contained one damning piece of communication from Clinton, instructing a staffer to remove the classification settings from an official State Department communication and send it through a â€œnonsecureâ€ channel.
Assange then pointed out that the Obama administration has previously prosecuted numerous whistleblowers for violating the governmentâ€™s procedures for handling classified documents.
In regard to the ongoing FBI investigation, however, Assange expressed a lack of confidence in the Obama administrationâ€™s Justice Department to indict the former Secretary of State.
â€œ[Attorney General Loretta Lynch] is not going to indict Hillary Clinton. Itâ€™s not possible that could happen. But the FBI could push for new concessions from the Clinton government in exchange for its lack of indictment.â€
WikiLeaks has long been a thorn in the side of the former Secretary of State, who called on President Obama to prosecute the whistleblowing site after its 2010 leak of State Department cables.
Julian Assange remains confined to the Ecuadorian Embassy in downtown London, as Ecuador has promised to not hand over the WikiLeaks founder to US authorities.