Julian Assange knows why the Democratic party is ‘doomed’ and President Trump will sail into 2020

In a Saturday Twitter post, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange predicted the death of the Democratic Party – as soon as it becomes clear that President Trump did not collude with Russian alleged “election-meddling.”

Isn’t it odd that the man who would likely know, yet has nothing to gain, either way, would go out on this limb? Perhaps that’s because, as we’ve been saying all along, President Trump did not collude with Russian alleged “election-meddling!”

According to Assange, Democrats are creating a narrative of “hysteria” to keep what little power they still have and play to their base. After a series of poor recent political choices, the party will likely be “doomed” once Mueller finds nothing incriminating President Trump.

“The Trump-Russia collusion narrative is a political dead end. Despite vast resources, enormous incentives and a year of investigation, Democratic senators who have seen the classified intelligence at CIA HQ such as Senator Feinstein (as recently as March) are forced to admit that there is no evidence of collusion. Without collusion, we are left with the Democratic establishment blaming the public for being repelled by the words of Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party establishment. Is it a problem that the public discovered what Hillary Clinton said to Goldman Sachs and what party elites said about fixing the DNC primaries against Bernie Sanders? A party elite that maintains that it is the ‘crime of the century’ for the public and their membership to discover how they behave and what they believe invites scorn,” Assange wrote.

In other words, it’s not like John Podesta didn’t write those emails!

While leaving room to criticize President Trump and Republicans, Assange insisted that Dems are too intent on their “collusion-narrative” to pay attention to things that are really important. Therefore, if the leaders are unwilling to change, perhaps the base should “start a new party.” After all, it happened in France.

“The Democratic base should move to start a new party since the party elite shows no signs that they will give up power. This can be done quickly and cheaply as a result of the internet and databases of peoples’ political preferences. This reality is proven in practice with the rapid construction of the Macron, Sanders and Trump campaigns from nothing. The existing Democratic party may well have negative reputational capital, stimulating a Macron-style clean slate approach. Regardless, in the face of such a threat, the Democratic establishment will either concede control or, as in the case of Macron, be eliminated by the new structure.”

Assange also cited the Democratic use of “identity politics” which have caused the “white and male supermajorities to respond by seeing themselves as an unserviced political identity group.” Hence, the reason Trump won the male vote, the white female vote, and the white male vote overwhelmingly.

Will Dems listen? History says otherwise, but if Assange is right that’ll be a good thing for President Trump’s prospects in 2020!

Here’s a sampling of Twitter reactions to Assange’s post:

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