Controversial Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is warning Americans that the media is “erecting a demon” by its slavishly favorable coverage of Hillary Clinton who he says is “whipping up neo-McCarthyist hysteria about Russia.”
During an interview with The New York Times that was broadcasted live over Facebook, Assange also blasted the recent absurd claim by CIA deputy director Michael Morell that both Donald Trump and Green Party candidate Jill Stein are being secretly manipulated by Russian spies.
Morell recently insisted that Russia has “successfully co-opted Trump’s message” and made the wild accusation that Russian strongman Vladimir Putin had “recruited Mr. Trump as an unwitting agent of the Russian Federation,” according to Politico.
Assange, though, said all this was utter nonsense and called it “neo-McCarthyist hysteria.” He went on to slam the media for its loving treatment of Hillary.
“The American liberal press, in falling over themselves to defend Hillary Clinton,” Assange said, “are erecting a demon that is going to put nooses around everyone’s necks as soon as she wins the election, which is almost certainly what she’s going to do.”
The document leaker also said he still has more of Hillary’s embarrassing documents that will be released soon.
“We have a lot of material, thousands of pages of material. There’s a variety of different types of documents and different types of institutions that are associated with the election campaign, some quite unexpected angles that are, you know, quite interesting, some even entertaining,” Assange said, according to Politico.
Assange has called the documents he still has waiting to be released a “significant” blow to Hillary’s campaign.
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