Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Alex Jones: Wikileaks Press Conference a Train Wreck

A super-hyped Wikileaks press conference held in Berlin with Julian Assange via video from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London produced no revelations about Hillary Clinton.

Big revelations were expected.

This is what Roger Stone tweeted out before the conference:

This was the Drudge feature headline before the press conference:

But nothing was released.It was pretty much a celebration of Wikileaks 10th anniversary,

Alex Jones of infowars.com, watching live at 3:00 AM in the morning from Austin, Texas, called it a train wreck.

The closest  Assange came to announcing a release during the news conference was when he said that Wikileaks would provide more "by the end of the year."

More Alex Jones comments:

"He cut a deal."

"This is Hillary's October Surprise."

"He better release everything he has within 12 hours or Wikileaks is done."



Via Cnet:

A video showing the top 10 leaks on the site today opened a press conference marking the 10th anniversary of the whistleblower site, in which time it has published 10 million documents. Assange promised new information every week for the next 10 weeks, related to Google, military operations, arms trading and mass surveillance. He also promised all documents related to the US presidential election would be published before the vote on November 8.


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  1. I had a feeling it would be a big let down. I always have flavor flave in the back of my head singing "don't believe the hype" though.

  2. Hillary promised a pardon.