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WikiLeaks has released 1,258 of Hillary Clinton’s emails in relation to the Iraq war, preceding the British Chilcot report on the conflict set to be released later this week. WikiLeaks tweeted a link to their email archive from their official Twitter page today. Wikileaks appears to have a substantial amount of information on Clinton, having already released a large archive of Clinton’s emails earlier in the year. Breitbart has previously reported on Julian Assange’s claims that Google is complicit in the managing of Clintons online media campaign.
originally posted by: Arizonaguy
Obviously a link to wikileaks isn't acceptable here at ATS. My mistake, I did not know.
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2014-20439 Doc No. C05786515 Date: 02/13/2016 RELEASE IN FULL
CONFIDENTIAL May 5,2011 For: Hillary From: Sid
Re: OBL photos
Yes, there is a Third Way—on the Bin Laden photos. Show them to members of Congress in a special secure room, something like when members were permitted to view Abu Ghraib pictures. Here are the reasons: Having the members file through will provide testimony to the President's feat. They will be not only be acknowledging but also enhancing his power. They will in effect become liegemen bowing before him, but not in any way they will resent or will protest. They will serve as witnesseto the magnitude of what he has done. Each of them will emerge speaking to the national and local press on what they have seen. Their words will be descriptive, but they will not be equivalent to graphic images that could be circulated themselves and have mischievous consequences. Having the whole Congress see the photos would have these likely impacts as well: The far right wing Tea Party Republicans would by their mere presence admit to the President's status above them and to his effectiveness. There would also be a salutary effect at the beginning of the negotiations on the debt ceiling. It would curb the ability of the Republicans to appeal to partisan sentiment and indulge in partisan rhetoric, giving the administration more edge. Having members of Congress testify to the reality of the photos will suppress any potential "Deather" movement, that the administration has either fabricated the event or suppressed some aspect of it. (See below for article on the emergence of the "Deather" movement.) This event should be staged over two or three days, occupying most of a work week, and continuing to dominate the public and congressional mind. Don't let the photos serve as trophies; instead take the Congress as trophy using the photos. Perhaps the NSC communications operation could have done more turning an absolute triumph into a PR fiasco. But I don't quite know how. Kudos to Denis McDonough
originally posted by: Arizonaguy
"So It looks like the Clinton Camp has some major damage control on their hands...
This could spell trouble for not only Clinton, but also the Obama Admin if there is anything in the emails that the GOP or the FBI could use...we will have to wait and see"
why wait and see, it has already been proven that there is nothing going on with the emailgate the right side has made up and inflamed and twisted into a mountain of NOTHING!edit on 5-7-2016 by veracity because: cant get "quotes" right
originally posted by: MarioOnTheFly
It isnt ? Did not know that.
hm...why the hell not ? I missed that one. I'm sure there's a valid reason for it....something along the lines BeforeItsNews thing. Is Assange inventing these emails or what ?
originally posted by: Debunkology
Well I found this email to be interesting