Julian Assange is the founder of WikiLeaks, a whistleblowing website, counted on by millions to call out the dirty birds who hold far too much power in our country. Assange says that his next leak will be so damaging for Hillary Clinton, that not only should she no longer be eligible to be President, but she should be arrested and indicted.
According to Assange, he has “enough evidence” for the Department of Justice to indict Hillary Clinton regarding her handling of classified information, which includes directing her staff to remove “classified” labels from emails as a way to casually send pertinent and delicate information via an unsecured public server.
Assange says that, while he believes that some of the rules regarding classified information are silly, he also knows that Hillary Clinton, as well as President Obama, has pushed to get people who break those rules prosecuted for such crimes.
Over 30,000 of Clinton’s emails have already been released by WikiLeaks. Those emails were sent by Clinton over the course of four years, while Clinton served as Secretary of State. While Assange didn’t go into too much detail as to what exactly he would be releasing, he did say that he had “accumulated a lot of material about Hillary Clinton, which could proceed to an indictment.”
Assange does not, however, believe that anyone in President Obama’s administration would actually indict Clinton. Assange said this in an interview with ITV:
“[Attorney General Loretta Lynch] is not going to indict Hillary Clinton. It’s not possible that could happen. But the FBI could push for new concessions from the Clinton government in exchange for its lack of indictment.”
This is not the first time Assange has called on President Obama to indict Hillary Clinton. In 2010, WikiLeaks released information that would have had any non-famous politician in serious trouble. That information was soon forgotten, and nothing ever came of an indictment.
Now, many years later, the American public is still talking about Hillary Clinton’s private email server and mishandling of classified information. The public wants the truth.
Assange is viewed as an enemy of the state, keeping sanctuary in the Ecuadorian embassy in London. Ecuador has refused the United State’s request for them to hand over Assange to us.
Watch the interview with Assange here.