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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange held a presser on Jan. 9 via Twitter and Periscope, and he nailed the US intel report on allegations Russia meddled in the US election. Assange said the “report” is “not an intelligence report…it is quite … Continue reading
Judicial Watch files show Clinton hacks occurred as WikiLeaks released info disclosing China hacking
Most media are jumping on a release Judicial Watch published today showing then-secretary of state Hillary Clinton’s email system hosted on private unsecured servers “was hacked 10 times in two days from November 27-29 .” What media aren’t doing is … Continue reading
The Obama administration is famous for breaking news late on Friday. Most of us are trying to get out of the office to start the weekend at that point. FBI director James Comey’s letter to both Republicans and Democrats in … Continue reading
Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com As WikiLeaks continues to publish emails hacked by an unknown actor who presumably gained access to Hillary Clinton campaign manager John Podesta’s files, surrogates have come out in force. On America’s Newsroom (Fox News), … Continue reading
Missing from incessant nattering on national legacy media are two horrific attacks in a single weekend on free expression. It almost goes without saying if a Democrat party office was bombed, the story would stay above the fold 24/7. A … Continue reading