For most of the day, the wires have been hot about the news that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was going to make an announcement Tuesday from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London that would completely end crooked Hillary Clinton’s Presidential campaign.
People were wondering if the announcement would have something to do with the secret information she’s tried to keep hidden by deleting 33,000 emails from her private server, despite the fact that she was being investigated by the FBI at the time that she deleted them.
However, Fox News has just reported that Assange has cancelled his plans to make the announcement on Tuesday. The only reason sited was “security concerns.”
We all know exactly what that means, do we not? Think about it. Do the math. A veiled threat toward Hillary. An embassy. Hm, certainly sounds like a security threat to me.
It’s obvious that Crooked Hillary’s people have gotten to Assange and made it quite clear to him that if he is to make the announcement, he will “have an accident” or “commit suicide.”
It has not been said whether or not Assange will change the date of the announcement, but it’s obvious that he knows probably better than the rest of us, due to what he’s seen, that Crooked Hillary has a way of disappearing people.