Wikileaks Emails: Rigged Debates and Crooked Media in Hillary’s Pocket

With all the other skulduggery going on, why would there not be rigged debates? As the Wikileaks emails from the Clinton Camp will show, they are always working deceptively for the upper hand. It does not matter how they get it. Morality and a fair exchange of ideas never enters into the equation. Character assassination, on the other hand, is wielded like a Bowie knife. Read these Clinton staff emails and see what I mean.

As Written By Michael Sainato for the Observer:

Clinton’s people asked for all sorts of special treatment from the DNC and the press—and they got it.

On October 12, WikiLeaks released part four and five of Clinton campaign Chair John Podesta’s emails, with part six to be released on October 13, and part seven to follow on October 14.

“As soon as the nomination is wrapped up, I will be your biggest surrogate,” current Interim Chair of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) Donna Brazile, wrote to Podesta in a January 2016 email. As a Vice Chair of the DNC, Brazile was bound to neutrality per the charter, but as shown in several emails released so far, that was not the case.

“I pushed back hard on this, and Axe. So weird to attack the kids the night before the first primary,” Brazile wrote in an email she forwarded to Podesta about what CNN was doing while she served as a CNN contributor.

On October 10, an email was released that showed Brazile tipping off the Clintoncampaign to an outreach campaign being conducted by the Sanders campaign. Brazile defended herself on Twitter claiming she also sent the Sanders campaign “advice,” but did not release or cite any examples. …..

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