The founder of the hacker organization known as “WikiLeaks,” Julian Assange, has been behind some of the release of some of the most damning evidence against wrongdoing by the Democratic Party. When last WikiLeaks took action, it released thousands of emails by the DNC that showed it had colluded to make sure Bernie Sanders lost the primary race against Clinton.
This, of course, resulted in a mass of people fleeing the Democratic party to find greener fields, or more accurately, a green party. It even gave Trump something of a bump in the polls, and sent Gary Johnson’s approval numbers into a steady climb.
But Assange isn’t done with Clinton yet. In an interview with Megyn Kelly, the editor in chief of WikiLeaks says there’s still more to come.
“I don’t want to give the game away, but it’s a variety of documents from different types of institutions that are associated with the election campaign, some quite unexpected angles, some quite interesting, some even entertaining,” said Assange.
While Assange has been very hard on Hillary and the Democrats, he’s not one to leave out the Trump campaign, either. He has also stated that he’s looking for any solid information in regards to the Republicans as well. In fact, he told Bill Maher during an interview that he’s working on getting Trump’s tax returns.