If we lived in a country where freedom of press was still a thing and the media actually strove to be objective in their coverage of current events, we’d be watching the downfall of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in real time from our couches on HD televisions.Unfortunately, the mainstream media in America is in Hillary’s pocket, doing all in their power to get her elected, which might be why they continue to largely ignore the damaging revelations that keep coming out via WikiLeaks.
The latest dark secret to be dragged out into the light exposes Assistant Attorney General Peter J. Kadzik, who shared information about the congressional investigation into Clinton with his buddy John Podesta.According to Breitbart,“There is a HJC oversight hearing today where the head of our Civil Division will testify. Likely to get questions on State Department emails,” he flagged in an email to Podesta on May 19, 2015, with the subject line, “Heads up.”
Kadzik also updated Podesta on a FOIA case on Clinton’s emails.
“Another filing in the FOIA case went in last night or will go in this am that indicates it will be awhile (2016) before the State Department posts the emails,” he said.Podesta forwarded the information to several campaign aides.
“Additional chances for mischief,” he warned.
As reported, Kadzik is close to Podesta, as he “kept him out of jail” during President Bill Clinton’s administration.It truly seems as if there is absolutely no end to the corruption pouring out of the Clinton campaign. Just when you think you’ve seen it all, out pops another email to blow your mind all over again.
Kadzik isn’t the only person to leak Hillary information. Donna Brazile, the current interim chair of the Democratic National Committee actually provided the campaign with town hall questions.
via The Daily Caller:The email threads also show that Brazile, a former CNN contributor, revealed to the Clinton campaign the name of the person who provided her with a question that was asked of Clinton at a March 13 town hall co-hosted by CNN and TV One. Brazile also shared a question from a debate hosted by CNN a week earlier.
A March 12 email exchange shows Brazile stating that she received a town hall question from Roland Martin, a TV One host who co-moderated a March 13 town hall with CNN’s Jake Tapper.
A March 5 email shows that she shared a question with Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta and communications director Jennifer Palmieri that was to be asked in a March 6 debate hosted by CNN in Flint, Mich
Liberals like to act as if conservatives are two steps from the loony bin for accusing the media of being biased for Hillary, but given the evidence stated above, which is only a small taste of things, it seems the accusations are more than justified.
Let’s hope, with a Clinton loss, the media will reset itself over time and return to being a force for good by helping citizens have all the facts needed to make a well informed decision at the polls.
[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]