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Assange: More indictment-worthy Hillary emails coming. Pentagon predicted Libya outcome - she 'overrode' them
But Loretta Lynch will probably protect her....
One of the interesting things about Julian Assange is that, love him or hate him; he's a guy who never seems to bluff. If he says something is coming, it usually does. The world may pounce on it, or choose to ignore it, but he almost always follows through on his threats/promises.
So, if you're Hillary Clinton, his recent ITV interview must be unnerving. In it, Assange promises that Wikileaks has more of Hillary's emails ready to go, and that the new info would add to the already indictment-worthy mountain of incrimination.
As he puts it:
"We have upcoming leaks in relation to Hillary Clinton, which is great, WikiLeaks has a very big year ahead. ...We have emails related to Hillary Clinton which are pending publication, that is correct."
Assange also claims that Hillary was well aware of just what the outcome of Obama's illegal war in Libya would be, and defied the Pentagon in order to make it happen.
"Hillary was overriding the Pentagon's reluctance to overthrow Moammar Quadaffi because they predicted that the postwar outcome would be something like what it is - which is ISIS taking over the country. It's Hillary who was the leading champion to do that. She has a long history of being a liberal war hawk."
Obviously, Assange thinks Hillary will skate - at least in the criminal sense. If he's right, Loretta Lynch will protect Clinton in exchange for favors later. However, if the evidence continues to pile up, a refusal to indict - or a pardon - might be just as damaging as charges.
The question is: Charges or not, is there a breaking point where the obvious corruption becomes too much of a political liability for Hillary to overcome?