It won’t go away, it won’t disappear – Corruption and conspiracy evidence

Thomas Lifson found an An essential guide to the Wikileaks revelations on Hillary. “This website is not owned by or affiliated with WikiLeaks. It was made entirely for free by an American citizen who is sick of government corruption and the lack of accountability and justice in our country.”

Clarice Feldman tipped me off to what looks like a great resource, a website that organizers the vast flood of data from Wikileaks and other sources such as the FBI documents,  and focuses on the crucial issues. It is an anonymous piece of work, and the site is titled http://www.mostdamagingwikileaks.com.

Unquestionably, the site seems to make all the worst assumptions. As an honest prosecutor investigating public corruption ought to do while uncovering evidence and testing out those assumptions.

I have yet to explore it in depth, but what I have seen so far indictes that this is a valuable organizer of the Wikileaks data, and I hope it is updated continually.

This is the ‘polite’ side of the reaction to the exposed corruption. Those denying, defending, or trying to conceal the evidence and its plain conclusions will find that it won’t go away, it won’t disappear. It will make an impact and it will gather force. Compare and contrast to the many baseless conspiracy theories, the 9-11 truthers, for instance, where the pot simmers but does not boil because the evidence just isn’t there. As this website shows, the evidence for Clinton corruption and conspiracy is there and that existence will feed the flames to bring the simmer to a boil. 

BTW, The Oregon Bundy jury said “not guilty.” So the Feds arrested the attorney. Meanwhile the South Dakota Pipeline protest is turning violent. Yes it’s related. And the flames are being fed.

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