Those of us who were awake and watching the much publicized Wikileaks 10th anniversary press conference this morning at 2 A.M. were left disappointed.
Everyone expected a big bombshell to be shoved up Hillary Clinton’s ample bottom. Instead, we got nothing but vague promises that election materials would be released soon.
It’s hard to figure out Julian Assange.
WikiLeaks will release documents on the US presidential elections before November 8, the group’s founder, Julian Assange, said in an eagerly anticipated address via videolink at the Volksbuhne Theater in Berlin to mark WikiLeaks’ 10th anniversary.
WikiLeaks hopes to be publishing documents “every week for the next 10 weeks,” Assange said.
He also denied that any of WikiLeaks’ publications are aimed at damaging the image of US presidential candidate Hilary Clinton, saying that some of his statements in this regard had been misquoted.