“She’s a bright, well connected, sadistic sociopath.”

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Post by Maddog on Fri Feb 16, 2018 2:14 am

In little more than a year, WikiLeaks would be engulfed in a scandal over how it came to publish internal emails that damaged Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, and the extent to which it worked with Russian hackers or Donald Trump’s campaign to do so. But in the fall of 2015, Trump was polling at less than 30 percent among Republican voters, neck-and-neck with neurosurgeon Ben Carson, and Assange spoke freely about why WikiLeaks wanted Clinton and the Democrats to lose the election.

“We believe it would be much better for GOP to win,” he typed into a private Twitter direct message group to an assortment of WikiLeaks’ most loyal supporters on Twitter. “Dems+Media+liberals woudl then form a block to reign in their worst qualities,” he wrote. “With Hillary in charge, GOP will be pushing for her worst qualities., dems+media+neoliberals will be mute.” He paused for two minutes before adding, “She’s a bright, well connected, sadistic sociopath.”

Assange’s thinking appeared to be rooted not in ideological agreement with the right wing in the U.S., but in the tactical idea that a Republican president would face more resistance to an aggressive military posture than an interventionist President Hillary Clinton would.


Assange is right. Hillary would have been worse than Obama in terms of intervention into other countries. The anti-war left fell asleep when he got elected, and they would not have woken, with Hillary being elected. Not to mention all of the corporate sponsors that pored all that money into her and her "foundation".

Trump may still get us all into a nuclear war, but at least he has people on his ass daily questioning everything he does.



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