Hacked email about Catholics sparks Republican outcry


One of the options discussed included “publication of an embargoed AP story on deletion” that would include a statement from Clinton and a question-and-answer or sit-down interview for television.

WikiLeaks on Wednesday released nearly 1,200 more emails that it said were hacked from the personal account of Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, bringing the number of messages posted since Friday to more than 6,500.

Numerous emails, if authentic, would appear to demonstrate the huge size of Clinton’s campaign team.

Calls for Podesta’s firing came from other Catholic quarters, as additional leaked emails showed Podesta admitting involvement in the founding of George Soros-funded anti-Catholic agitation groups Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good and Catholics United.

The thousands of emails give an unprecedented view inside the Clinton campaign’s operations, which can often be cut-throat.

As the email controversy escalated in the summer of 2015, Clinton herself seemed slow to grasp the continuing political damage.

Now we wouldn’t know any of this except for the fact that this correspondence is stolen, most likely by Russian hackers. Over the past several days he has keyed in on several e-mails revealed by WikiLeaks about the status of Freedom of Information Act litigation seeking releases of Clinton’s e-mails from her days as secretary of state.

It was fiercely opposed by Bernie Sanders, Clinton’s rival in the Democratic primary elections to pick the party’s presidential nominee.

Donald Trump will make campaign stops in Ocala and Lakeland today (WED) as part of a multi-city tour across the state. More emails were released Wednesday.

Clinton’s campaign was obviously anxious about the speeches, too, the hacked emails show.

The statement ends with the leaders asking that Clinton immediately apologize for the comments of her aides. The comments mostly pertained to regulating the financial industry. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., as evidence of Clinton’s favoritism to Wall Street.

“The Clinton campaign, when in private, expresses breathtaking anti-Catholic bigotry”, said American Conservative Union chairman Matt Schlapp. But the corollary to that truth is that if there is already a major scandal occupying the news cycle, another one that falls into the significant-but-not-huge category may get little attention at all.

“Get it all done tonight, tight sequencing, no overnight gap between her (statement) and dropping the bomb”, Reines wrote, referring to the admission about the email deletions. “They have to go out and tell their friendly reporters and somebody else: Look what we’re doing and I want credit for it, and all the rest of it”. That “will solicit criticism. but that might help distract from emails”, he said, according to the leaked messages. It is shocking even to those of us at Accuracy in Media who always knew about, and had documented, such collusion through analysis and observation. This was not fiction.

The unspecified “executives” on the conference call say “all-out war against Trump will start in DC because of down ticket,” Wolf writes, adding that the call had “more people on than any before which is a sign that execs are now nervous Trump is real”.

“It’s not about what he said on that video, it’s about what he says he will do for this country, and I believe he will deliver on his promises”, James said. I had grown men cry.

Clinton eventually announced that she opposed the pipeline on September 22, 2015, at a town hall event in Des Moines, Iowa, early in the contest to win the Democratic presidential nomination.

Clinton added that Putin has rejected some of their attempts to work together “out of hand”.

The messages that circulated among Podesta, Chelsea Clinton and former Bill Clinton aide Doug Band detail internal tensions that simmered inside the Clinton Foundation and appear to have played a role in Band’s departure from the family charity.

USA intelligence officials have blamed the Russian government for a series of breaches meant to influence the presidential election.

Emails released Friday also show that Clinton’s daughter, Chelsea, used a second alias to communicate with her mother’s campaign: Anna James.

However, she told WND and Radio America her first reaction was oddly one of gratitude.

“I mean what is really the big deal to say I made a mistake with not having two emails and I’m sorry”, Tangen asked in a subsequent email on the September 4 chain. “I fully respect John and recognize the hard job he has”.

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