Democrats continue with their lies and fake stories about the Russian government hacks, and they still have zero proof. WikiLeaks head, Julian Assange, decides to call out Podesta’s Bullsh*t and drop this huge BOMBSHELL on him!
Reported by thefederalistpapers,
As the Left tries to blame the Russian government for the Democrat hacks during the election cycle (without evidence), the information we do have about what happened is far more pathetic and embarrassing for the likes of Hillary Clinton’s former campaign chairman John Podesta.
During an interview with Sean Hannity that aired on Fox News, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange called out Podesta for the embarrassing way his emails were “hacked” and the pathetic lack of cyber security awareness shown by Clinton’s team.
“We published several … emails which show Podesta responding to a phishing email,” Assange said. “Podesta gave out that his password was the word ‘password’. His own staff said this email that you’ve received, this is totally legitimate. So, this is something … a 14-year-old kid could have hacked Podesta that way.”
Oh no, you guys, it must have been some super sophisticated state actor that got Podesta’s emails. I mean, who these days is able to recognize an obvious phishing email and knows not to use the word “password” as their password.
How about anyone smart enough not to work for the Clintons? So that rules out Podesta, of course…
Assange also went on to explain his belief about the purpose of Hillary Clinton’s use of private servers during her time as secretary of state. He noted that Clinton made “almost no attempt” to protect her private emails from states that were potentially hostile while secretary of state, but that her use of private servers likely had a different purpose.
“Now, was she trying to keep them secure from Republicans? Probably,” Assange said. “But in terms of [nation-] states, almost no attempt.”
WikiLeaks published more than 50,000 emails detailing dubious practices at the Clinton Foundation, top journalists working closely with the Clinton campaign, key Clinton aides speaking derisively of Catholics and a top Democratic National Committee (DNC) official providing debate questions to Clinton in advance.
Assange has repeatedly denied claims by the Obama administration that Russia was behind the cyberattacks that exposed the DNC and Podesta emails. Assange also has repeatedly insisted that WikiLeaks’ source for the emails was not the Russian government or any “state party,” and said the outgoing administration was attempting to “delegitimize” President-Elect Donald Trump by making those claims.
In the first part of the interview, Assange criticized a Dec. 29 joint analysis of the cyberattacks by the FBI and Department of Homeland Security. After the report was released, President Barack Obama expelled 35 Russian diplomats and closed two Russian compounds.
Somehow it’s Russia’s fault for the Democrats and the media’s corrupt behavior…