Wikileaks Julian Assange trolls world, fails to drop expected ‘October surprise’

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AssangeEarly Tuesday morning, Wikileaks Julian Assange addressed a press conference put together to mark the group’s 10-year anniversary.  The world waited for an hour until Assange spoke, revealing — nothing.  No bombshell against Hillary Clinton — nothing.

The Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft wrote: “He TROLLED the world.  He pulled a COMEY.” 

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Sadly, it wasn’t the “end of the Clintons,” as Assange reportedly promised, but he did say that more would be leaked before the end of the year.

A post at RT added:

Assange hinted at some changes in WikiLeaks’ funding and organization.

He also denied that any of WikiLeaks’ publications are aimed at damaging the image of US presidential candidate Hilary (sic) Clinton, saying that some of his statements in this regard had been misquoted.

“WikiLeaks has released 10 million documents over 10 years. That’s 10 billion words, averaging 3,000 docs a day,” said the WikiLeaks founder.

According to Assange, the documents released or to be released by the organization “are revealing, but also the government/state reactions to the releases are revealing also.”

Assange also promised to release documents on war, oil, Google, and mass surveillance.

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