The Wikileaks revelations have been crucial in exposing the criminal activity of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. They confirm what many have known and suspected for years — that Hillary and Bill Clinton have been subverting the safety of the United States and its citizens for their own personal gain.
Emails revealed on October 25 show Hillary's campaign attempting to slant polls by using false data and oversampling. The campaign sought to poll racial and ethnic groups that vote overwhelmingly Democrat, including Blacks, Native Americans and Hispanics.
Clinton was dealt a serious blow when investigative journalist James O'Keefe released a series of undercover videos under the Project Veritas Action Fund. A WikiLeaks email proves the Democratic National Convention directly ordering operatives to incite mischief and violence at Trump rallies. The undercover video, titled "Rigging the Election," shows prominent campaign members admitting to provoking assaults at Trump rallies, committing mass voter fraud, and accepting foreign money from shady overseas bank accounts. Moreover, Clinton's own campaign members admit she has full knowledge of the crimes committed and is personally involved.
While Clinton was busy denying to Congress that she did anything wrong by keeping classified documents on an unapproved and insecure home server, her campaign was horrified. In fact, she denied that her server was hacked while her staff knew the opposite was true. The bigger problem is the revelation that President Obama — denying that he even knew about Clinton's server — had been in communication with her via her private emails, using a pseudonym to cover up the fact.
Emails show Hillary knows that Saudi Arabia and Qatar fund the Muslim Brotherhood and ISIS. One of them acknowledges that "the governments of Qatar and Saudi Arabia ... are providing clandestine financial and logistic support to ISIL and other radical Sunni groups in the region."
But that's not all. Hillary and her husband accepted tens of millions of dollars from both countries openly supporting the oppression or death of the people she pledges to protect, like women and homosexuals.
In a talk to Wall Street bankers, she admits she presents her opinion differently according to the audience she is addressing, sometimes even holding completely contrary opinions to those she publicly claims to hold.
"But if everybody's watching, you know, all of the back room discussions and the deals, you know, then people get a little nervous, to say the least. So, you need both a public and a private position."
Although the Clinton campaign claims to care about and want to help Latinos, an email shows Podesta, Clinton's campaign chairman, calling Latinos "needy." She has also referred to black men as "super-predators" who need to be "brought to heel."
In 2006, a recording shows Secretary of State Clinton lamenting she didn't rig Palestinian elections.
I do not think we should have pushed for an election in the Palestinian territories. I think that was a big mistake. And if we were going to push for an election, then we should have made sure that we did something to determine who was going to win.
A CNN interview with Podesta shows just how sick and tired people are of Clinton's corruption.
Since the FBI's announcement of its intention to renew the investigation into Clinton's use of private emails, she has been slipping in the polls, and even news organizations like CNN and the Washington Post, traditionally in the tank for Clinton, are distancing themselves from her. With fewer than two weeks from the election, it remains to be seen how much of an impact the WikiLeaks revelations, coupled with the FBI probe, will continue to damage Clinton's chances of being elected the new leader of the United States.