BOMBSHELL: WikiLeaks PROMISES that Upcoming Release will Provide “Enough Evidence” to Indict Hillary Clinton!

“There’s very strong material, both in the e-mails and in relation to the Clinton Foundation” – Julian Assange

WikiLeaks founder and current fugitive from justice, Julian Assange, recently appeared on a British TV show to discuss the upcoming release of a new series of Hillary Clinton’s emails.

Assange explained that, in reality, the FBI, the Justice Department, and the Obama administration already have more than enough evidence to prove that Hillary Clinton has broken the law; however, he doesn’t expect her to ever be charged with a crime. Assange also explained that some of the new emails that Wikileaks would soon be releasing would only add to the pile of evidence against Clinton. Sadly, due to the political realities of a corrupt Obama administration, Assange believes that the FBI will not have the opportunity to press criminal charges against Clinton. Assange does expect the FBI to push for concessions from Clinton if she happens to win the White House, though.

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Speaking to a British TV station, Assange said, “We’ve accumulated a lot of material about Hillary Clinton. We could proceed to an indictment.”

Assange went on to say he doesn’t think Clinton will actually face charges because he doesn’t believe the current Attorney General, Loretta Lynch, will indict her, but he thinks the FBI will use the information to push for concessions from the Clinton administration, should she be elected.


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