In advance of Jullian Assange’s interview this evening on Fox News with Sean Hannity, in which as we previewed last night, the Wikileaks founder will once again refute on the record that Russia was the source of hacked Democratic emails, saying that
“our source is not the Russian government and it is not a state party“
, Wikileaks opted to participate in some creative marketing and, on Monday mid-day assured that 2017 will be an even more substantial year for leaks than 2016, which observed the whistleblowing site post thousands of documents revealing the dirty laundry of the Clinton campaign, US political secrets, covert trade deals and private communications from global leaders.
“If you thought 2016 was a big WikiLeaks year, 2017 will blow you away,”
WikiLeaks tweeted on Monday, giving no clues as to what might be in store. The tweet, showcasing a clip from a Clint Eastwood spaghetti western showdown, also incorporated a link to its website’s donation page so folks can assist the site “prepare for the showdown.
2016 was another game-changing for the whistleblowing website, as it provided a enormous trove of documents over the 12-month period. These contained over 50,000 emails from John Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s campaign chair and more than 27,000 emails from the Democratic National Committee, which verified the DNC worked in opposition to Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, favoring Clinton, and inevitably led to the resignation of then-DNC chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz.
The emails associated with the US election rocked the Democratic establishment and brought a blow to the Clinton campaign in the lead-up to the November election; based on many the Podesta revelations tipped the election against Hillary Clinton. The outcry towards the the two sets of releases was so powerful, it sparked a global diplomatic scandal between the US and Russia, and as a result of Obama administration allegations that the leaks were orchestrated by the Kremlin, the US expelled 35 Russian diplomats and seized two Russian compounds last week. Contrary to objectives, Putin rejected to retaliate in tit-for-tat fashion, rather indicating he is simply waiting for the arrival of the Trump administration to restore relations with the US.
Wikileaks also launched more US State Department cables, as well as documents which gave an awareness into the US arming of Yemen. Text from the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA) was also exposed.
On Monday, WikiLeaks also verified that founder Julian Assange (who some have speculated has been compromised) will take part in a Reddit Ask Me Anything (AMA) on Thursday at 14:00 GMT (9:00 Eastern). The tweet promoting the AMA included the hashtag ‘proofoflife’, presumptively referencing issues raised by some for the WikiLeaks editor’s wellbeing.
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