ASSANGE DROPS FIRST BOMB: October Surprise Preview–Possible Criminal Activity

And guess what, nothing will be done about this. You just wait and see. Hillary is pretty much getting away with murder, the Dems can handle this no problem.

By Edmund Kozak

Yet another new wave of hacked Democratic National Committee emails has come crashing down on the Clinton campaign, courtesy of WikiLeaks and the hacker Guccifer 2.0.

The new batch of emails appear to contain damaging revelations, including documents that suggest Democrats openly engaged in pay-to-play bargains, awarding important diplomatic positions to high-rolling donors.

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Included in the leaks is a spreadsheet that appears to list a number of donors, the amounts of money they raised, and the ambassadorships and other positions they hold or held — and may have been awarded for their efforts.

These include Matthew Barzun, current ambassador to the United Kingdom, who raised over $3.5 million for the DNC; Frank Sanchez, former undersecretary of Commerce, who paid over $3.4 million; and Eileen Chamberlain Donahoe, who paid more than $2 million for an ambassadorship to the U.N.


Another DNC email leaked previously showed one staffer requesting “a very brief call to go over our process for handling donations from donors who have given us pay-to-play letters.” We now know that process ends with a cushy job in blatant violation of the Pendleton Civil Service Reform Act.

As if a thriving pay-to-pay scheme weren’t bad enough, the latest DNC leaks also include a file that suggests possible insider trading and securities fraud, according to independent journalist Matt Forney. A file called “CNBC” contains three files with information on various stocks and equities.



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