consultants are sandburs

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Theories abound. Stein is a focus, whatever may shake out.

This YouTube link. And, here. Okay, what next?

Assange rocks. There was a flurry, temporily forgotten. 13 June, RT.com reporting, headlined, "Wikileaks will publish ‘enough evidence’ to indict Hillary Clinton, warns Assange." Remember how the Gipper said, "You ain't seen nothing yet," well we can hope we see beyond Bill Clinton's tarmac tryst with AG Loretta, w/o indictment, but gee, how sloppy . . . the FBI guy with the other of the duopoly party roots even said all that.

Brietbart, perhaps more hopeful than informed, here June 14, while publishing the AP image.

Now another alternative media outlet, days ago, resurrected the story: "Julian Assange: My Next Leak Will Ensure Hillary’s Arrest - Posted on July 24, 2016 by Sean Adl-Tabatabai in News." The suggestion on timing and Assange saying, "I've got the goods," but waiting for the DNC's event to end before dropping the purported bigger second shoe; is that he favors Trump chances. But suppose instead the Green Party alternative to the duopoly catches fire and makes it the most interesting election going all the way back a century, to Bullmoose Party touting of the Teddy Roosevelt candidacy when the Republicans were through with him (or was he a stalking horse for someone, etc., so forth.) If Assange really has the goods and it results in Jill Stein being the next president, not Trump, his should be the fifth face on Rushmore, next to TR.

Ars Technica, on scant new evidence, nonetheless suggests, "New evidence suggests DNC hackers penetrated deeper than previously thought -- Consultant's Yahoo Mail suspected of being targeted by state-sponsored hackers; by Dan Goodin - Jul 25, 2016 7:43 pm UTC."

National Review, such as it is, days ago:

Will the Election Be Settled by October Surprises? by John Fund July 24, 2016 7:49 PM

Team Hillary is well aware that Assange’s WikiLeaks probably has other surprises in store for the fall campaign. During a June 12 interview with Britain’s ITV, Assange was asked if had any undisclosed e-mails. He responded:

We have upcoming leaks in relation to Hillary Clinton, which is great, WikiLeaks has a very big year ahead. We have e-mails related to Hillary Clinton which are pending publication, that is correct.

He then went on to predict — correctly — that Loretta Lynch would not indict Hillary over her breaches of national security:

Unfortunately, I think what’s going to happen is that the FBI is going to go “We have accumulated a lot of material about Hillary Clinton, we could proceed to an indictment. . . . [But] she’s not going to indict Hillary Clinton.

Assange strongly hinted that other e-mail releases were coming, and sources close to him say they will go beyond the DNC e-mails. Assange himself says he wants to stop Hillary because she is, in his view, a liberal “war hawk” He claims that “a vote today for Hillary Clinton is a vote for endless, stupid war.” He then followed up by saying: “Hillary didn’t just vote for Iraq. She made her own Iraq. Libya is Hillary’s Iraq and if she becomes president, she will make more.”

[you can't easily dispute Assange's stated reasons]


When does the Green Party convene? A dynamite ticket if feasible: Jill Stein, top spot, Tulsi Gabhard, VP; Green Party. A landmark - better than anything over the last seventy years - double female ticket.

AND this one, having both smarts and hearts. (What is lacking with both the Clintons? Each is admittedly smart.)

Leave it there for now - time is not helping us, time is not hurting us.

(Coincidentally, what is too often lacking in mainstream media, besides integrity? Competence in meeting their aims, they have that. But if your aims diverge, perhaps alternative media may help.)


UPDATE: Cumulative, but closer to mainstream, a DC insider boutique outlet, July 25, here.

FURTHER: Townhall again, and while already noted as yesterday's fish; a fitting flashback of flat out total political lying, a flashback still relevant for one still thinking there still is a chance of her own Congressional reelection. There is not.

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