After months of denial, shockingly, they have come clean…
The Clinton Campaign has denied the authenticity of the WikiLeaks releases for months.
Hillary’s Vice Presidential running mate, Tim Kaine, said, “I don’t think we can dignify documents dumped by WikiLeaks and just assume that they’re all accurate and true,” he said. “Anybody who hacks in to get documents is completely capable of manipulating them.”
Communications Director Jennifer Palmieri and Campaign Chairman John Podesta, when asked about anti-Catholic emails in the WikiLeaks trove, both replied, “I’m a Catholic, I don’t recognize that email that we saw.”
Not exactly a resounding answer, is it?
Of course, the emails have been scrutinized by technology experts and proven to be unaltered.
Nonetheless, Hillary, her team, and her supporters continue to shrug off the WikiLeaks phenomenon as being stolen, misleading, and unauthentic.
Now, the dam has started to break!
Recently, leaked emails emerged that revealed Hillary’s staffers questioning her “headspace.” They said things like, “still not perfect in the head,” or even, “not sure what planet we are living in.”
Hillary’s campaign has decided to address these emails, and others.
“They are clearly about her frame of mind or her mood,” one campaign source admitted.
Point taken. The campaign is trying to make the argument that the verbiage in the emails does not indicate mental health problems, but changes in mood.
“They are clearly about her frame of mind or her mood” pic.twitter.com/CO7uFAopCb
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) October 27, 2016
Fair enough, but by making such an argument, THEY ARE ADMITTING THAT THE EMAILS ARE REAL!
This admission is a quantum leap for Hillary’s Campaign. If a few emails are authentic, how can they prove that the other, sometimes more damning emails, are not true and authentic as well?
Are they going to address each and every message individually?
The 2016 Presidential Election is winding down but it is not over yet.
I wonder what we will learn from the next set of emails?