Monday, October 10, 2016

WikiLeaks Releasing Falsified Clinton Emails

The latest release from WikiLeaks, a collection of emails supposedly hacked from the account of Hillary Clinton Campaign Chairman, John Podesta, is getting very little public attention due to the fact that it contains nothing particularly scandalous to begin with, and the fact that it was released just as Donald Trump’s Campaign was imploding in a sexual assault scandal.

But those who have examined the Clinton email dump have found something fascinating, several of the emails aren’t real, and aren’t even good forgeries.

Malcolm Nance, a U.S. Intelligence Expert and MSNBC Analyst, has issued what he’s calling an “official warning.”

He’s reporting that the emails in question “already proving to be riddled with obvious forgeries” and goes on to add that they’re “not even professionally done.” Nance announced his conclusion via Twitter just a few hours after the supposed emails were released. MSNBC host Joy-Ann Reid retweeted his warning, adding “FYI” to her own audience.

WikiLeaks had spent the past month claiming that it would be releasing election-altering hacked information on Hillary Clinton which would cost her the Election. But the bizarre advance hype, coupled with repeated delays and a middle-of-the-night press conference last week in which absolutely no information was revealed, suggested that they had nothing all along.

The email dump, which appears to have been specifically timed on a Friday evening in order to avoid the scrutiny of the major media outlets, has revealed relatively little of interest.

Some of the emails purport to contain the transcripts of Hillary Clinton’s Wall Street speeches, but use odd phrases such as “and/or” which would not have been included in the original prepared text of a speech and would not have been spoken out loud by someone giving a speech.

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