The latest spin about WikiLeaks (being spread by liberals and even some so-called conservatives) is that the financial and political machinations they reveal are too complex for the average American to understand and therefore they won’t have an effect on the election outcome.
However, if laid out clearly, one theme is clear: Clinton and her friends are all connected in some way to companies and countries (often dictatorships) that make them personally wealthy and powerful while ordinary citizens are left in the dust.
These connections are often blatant conflicts of interests that have so far gone unpunished.
Jerome Hudson reports on one example at Breitbart:
Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta’s membership on the executive board of an energy company, Joule Unlimited, which received millions from a Putin-connected Russian government fund, also included “75,000 common shares,” according to an email exchange uncovered by the Wikileaks hacks.
“The disclosure that Clinton Chair John Podesta transferred his shares in Putin-backed Joule Unlimited to an anonymous holding company when he joined the Obama Administration is extremely concerning,” said Donald Trump Senior Communications Advisor Jason Miller in a statement.
Podesta failed to fully disclose his position on Joule Unlimited’s board of directors and include it in his federal financial disclosures, as required by law, before he became President Obama’s senior adviser.
This is how the elite operate, in America and around the world. They are called “globalists” for a reason: They are all working to enrich and empower each other, doing it secretly while lecturing ordinary people how to live. This arrangement has been working well for these elites but as Donald Trump’s popularity proves, those ordinary people have had enough.