Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks, reveals the shocking truth — that there is virtually no dirt on Donald Trump.
With all the politically incorrect things Donald Trump says and does in the public eye every day, one may assume he has a lot to hide.
But according to the WikiLeaks investigation into the Republican presidential nominee’s deepest, darkest secrets, the true character of Donald J. Trump is basically a case of “what you see is what you get.”
WikiLeaks was founded in 2006 by Julian Assange, and “specializes in the analysis and publication of… censored or otherwise restricted official materials involving war, spying and corruption,” according to the WikiLeaks website. “It has so far published more than 10 million documents and associated analyses.”
Assange says the WikiLeaks information on Trump is not too surprising or revealing — the worst is what we all see on a daily basis.
“[I]ntel on Donald Trump pales in comparison to the billionaire’s own rhetoric,” according to The Hill.
As further reported by The Hill, Assange said of what was found:
“We do have some information about the Republican campaign… [T]he problem with the Trump campaign is it’s actually hard for us to publish much more controversial material than what comes out of Donald Trump’s mouth every day… I mean, that’s a very strange reality for most of the media to be in.”
Alternatively, what was discovered and released about the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) in July by WikiLeaks was more sinister.
WikiLeaks produced almost 20,000 emails from DNC staffers’ email accounts, which revealed resolutely that high-ranking Democrats in the national party, including DNC chairperson Debbie Wasserman Schultz, actively favored Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders and may have undermined the Sanders campaign.
Wasserman Schultz resigned as a result, along with four other DNC party officials.
Considering Donald Trump’s reputation for saying and doing outrageous, politically incorrect things — and even at times putting his foot in his mouth or insulting other individuals, all in the name of telling the truth and being real — it could be considered refreshing that at least one 2016 presidential candidate is not hiding his true colors.
In a race where both candidates are being painted by the other side as villains, and voters may find themselves choosing between the “lesser of two evils,” one of the world’s premier “truth-seekers” and revealers of highly-guarded secrets may have just offered voters some clarity before the upcoming November 8th big decision (even if Assange himself compares this year’s presidential election to a choice between “cholera and gonorrhea”).
Though Assange has called Trump “unpredictable,” his latest release on the Republican candidate seems to say that with Trump, voters have apparently already witnessed the worst of what’s to come — making him predictable, at least in terms of his character.
Unfortunately, according to the signs, the same cannot be said for Hillary Clinton.
On top of the 20,000 documents released on the DNC this summer, Assange has promised an “October surprise” — a trove of documents about Hillary Clinton — right before the November presidential election.
Assange assures his critics that he isn’t out to get anyone — he merely seeks to tell the truth. “We are an investigative publisher. We also represent whistleblowers who want to speak to the public like a lawyer to the greatest court in the world, the court of public opinion. We don’t target anyone.”
Assange told NPR that he’s more than open to receiving information regarding Trump or the Trump campaign. He asks anyone with authentic information to come forward and present the evidence to WikiLeaks for investigation.