Well, so much for Roger Stone’s big prediction.
He stirred a bit of controversy by suggesting through Twitter that Hillary Clinton’s campaign would be over by Wednesday, due to what was to be the “death blow” of WikiLeaks document reveals.
As it is with Stone, it’s always best to consider the source and take anything he says with a grain of salt. The man feeds on negativity and slime. He works in untruths and fabrications much the same way some artists work in oils.
Still, WikiLeaks’ founder, Julian Assange, has suggested that there was more information to be released on Democrat nominee, Hillary Clinton, and after the dump of information from this past summer, it’s not too much of a stretch to consider that there might just be more. The only question is how damaging the remaining information that’s being held back could be.
We probably won’t know this week.
WikiLeaks announced yesterday that the forthcoming release of new information is not to be.
“Due to security concerns at the Ecuadorian Embassy, Julian Assange’s balcony announcement on Tues has been cancelled, per @wikileaks,” Rodriguez tweeted.
This was from an NBC reporter, who tweeted out the information on Sunday evening.
Assange had been set to announce the release from a balcony setting at the Ecuadorian embassy.
There was no word on what the security threat was, or if the announcement meant that the balcony announcement was canceled, or if the release, itself, was canceled.
We may still get a release of that information, but we’ll have to wait and see.
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