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Wikileaks have turned into something of a moral meter for those dirty politicians around the world. Wikileaks editor in chief Julian Assange, who loves crushing bastards, has revealed some very interesting facts about the dirty dealings of the political figures of several countries, and the US is no exception.
Recently, Assange has promised to release some damning emails about not only Hillary Clinton, but also the Clinton Foundation, and possibly an email that could put the former Secretary of State behind bars. So, let’s get to the juicy part. According to the leaks, Hillary had served on the Board of Directors at Lafarge since 1990 to 1992. During that time, Lafarge’s Ohio subsidiary was caught using hazardous waste to fuel cement plants and was slapped with a fine of $1.8 million by the Environment Protection Agency. A year later, Bill Clinton was elected president and during the Clinton administration Lafarge’s fine was reduced from $1.8 million to less than $600,000.
According to reports, Wikileaks also has documents that link Hillary Clinton to Lafarge when the firm was secretly involved with the CIA in support of Saddam’s weapons program back in the 80s. And of course, the recent revelation that Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation has got a hand in favoring Saudi Arabia’s arms imports. Interestingly, Saudi Arabia also happens to be the largest single donor to the Clinton Foundation. So, while Clinton’s campaign is trying to smear Trump and his supposed links to Russia, maybe Hillary should take some time out and try to conceal her own shady links. Since Wikileaks is all about publishing the truth, it will be interesting to see how Hillary dodges this curve ball.
There has also been a poll that reveals the vast majority of Americans both, Democrat and Republican, want to see the former Secretary of State prosecuted for using an unsecured private email server for the transmission of classified information.