This is the latest iteration of their active measures against democracy.
The Kremlin-Friendly Congressman Who Dismisses the Notion of Russian Hacking is at it Again
Congressman Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) has a long history of ties to Russian interests, and with yesterday's meeting with Julian Assange, he has only furthered his reputation as a Kremlin shill.
Issuing a retraction for the Seth Rich story isn't enough. Fox News needs to fire Sean Hannity. Today.
Wikileaks attacked Robert Mueller within hours of his appointment as special counsel to investigate Trump's connection to Russia. Subtle.
This is such a transparent distraction that the only people who -could- fall for it are Trump voters.
This is what it looks like when the media has ethics. Take note American journalists (I'm looking at you, Chris Cillizza!)
A con man with dementia is running our country.
Assange attacked traditional media and cheered the "fake news" conversation while bragging that WikiLeaks has never been wrong.
Wikileaks has finally stopped pretending they're a progressive organization.
From pissy political purists, to hostile foreign powers, to nihilistic hackers, to the head of the FBI, Clinton has endured a relentless barrage of attacks -- all seemingly aimed at throwing the election for Donald Trump.
Greenwald is no angel but Assange is a monster.
If you still had any doubt who Wikileaks is rooting for...
Attention conservatives: Wikileaks is not your friend even if their only target, for now, is Hillary Clinton.
But here's your participation trophy. Better luck next time.
A woman who is too comfortable with Wall Street for the far left's taste is just as bad as a man that brags about sexual assault and treats women like they exist solely for his sexual gratification. This is not just false equivalence on a grand scale, this is slipping into derangement.
The only real October surprise at this point will be if anyone credible takes anything Assange reveals seriously.
Wikileaks's bizarre crusade against Hillary Clinton and its plunge into a toxic sea of lunacy and conspiracy theory shouldn't surprise anyone. It's always been a blunt instrument at the whim of one man.
If you're not furious about this, you're either not paying attention or you're completely missing the point.
The DNC may not exactly have been pro-Bernie, but these emails don't prove they tipped the scales.
It’s incredible that we on the left have the gall to wonder where Trump’s appeal came from. After the DNC email leak, it shows that in retrospect, he was inevitable.
This is not the only lie being told about the leaked emails, but it's a bad one.
As we reported Tuesday morning, Wikileaks' Julian Assange threatened on Monday at around 6:35 p.m. eastern to reveal within 72 hours the name of a country which Glenn Greenwald and The Intercept chose to redact in an article about a pair of NSA programs called MYSTIC and SOMALGET.
Glenn Greenwald and Ryan Gallagher published a triple-shot of revelations from Edward Snowden's stolen National Security Agency files yesterday, titled "Snowden Documents Reveal Covert Surveillance and Pressure Tactics Aimed at WikiLeaks and Its Supporters," and as we've come to expect, the claims in the article are scattered and utterly misleading, while contravening details are buried.
The Washington Post reported today that the U.S. Justice Department will not, in fact, pursue charges against Julian Assange, the Wikileaks founder and Ecuadorian embassy shut-in.
The latest episode in this saga involved a single-day troika of articles from The Washington Post. Evidently, Snowden was able to get his hands on a document called the Black Budget, which sounds like something Tyrion Lannister might draw up for the Westeros treasury. In reality, it's the entire budget for the intelligence community, which, until now, is classified top secret. The reason for the secrecy is obvious since very specific and detailed intelligence operations are listed, along with the cost of each, totaling $52.6 billion for fiscal year 2013.
Here's what you may as well read today instead of bemoaning the fact that you're back at work for another crappy week.
Whatever we might think about the motives and repercussions of Bradley Manning's actions, one thing we know for sure is that he broke the law. He was apprehended, arrested and, as a soldier, he was given a fair court-martial without a jury of his peers per his own request. He was able to hire a defense team and was backed up by public advocacy around the world. From there, he plead guilty to breaking ten laws in the face of having pledged an Oath of Enlistment. And on Tuesday, a military judge found him guilty on an additional six charges.
An activist group has drafted a petition addressed to the Norwegian Nobel Committee calling for the Nobel Peace Prize to be awarded to imprisoned U.S. whistleblower, Bradley Manning. Over 30,000 people signed it in a matter of days.