The presidential election is over, but don’t think you’ve heard the last of WikiLeaks. The group that helped prevent Hillary Clinton from winning by revealing damning DNC internal emails (about everything from bizarre occult rituals to the deliberate sabotage of Bernie Sanders) isn’t resting on their laurels.
Julian Assange’s WikiLeaks vows to continue going after the Democratic Party and they are targeting the Obama White House as that administration winds down. They suspect that the administration will try to destroy any documents that reflect badly on Obama’s legacy, so they are taking action.
Charles Campbell of Western Journalism reports that, via Twitter:
WikiLeaks is offering a $20,000 reward to anyone who catches anyone from the outgoing Obama administration destroying important public records.
We are issuing a US$20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest or exposure of any Obama admin agent destroying significant records. pic.twitter.com/kRRP246uGo
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) January 4, 2017
Twelve minutes earlier, WikiLeaks urged system administrators in the Obama administration to pass along important information.
The messages might have been provoked by a previous post suggesting the U.S. government is secretly removing mentions of the organization from official statements.
Is $20,000 enough to inspire a government employee to turn whistleblower? Perhaps some patriotic individuals will volunteer to increase that bounty to increase interest.
The trouble is, rumors abound that those suspected of being the true WikiLeaks source (not Russia) have been murdered. Add to that the Clinton family’s well known proclivity for destroying those who turn on them and WikiLeaks may not find anyone willing to take them up on that offer. Anyone revealing such information to WikiLeaks has to know that the media and the entire liberal establishment (and its minions on social media) will make their lives a living hell.
Source: Western Journalism