In Rejecting DNC Lawsuit Against WikiLeaks, Judge Strongly Defended First Amendment Rights Of Journalists
In a defense of the First Amendment, a federal judge ruled the Democratic National Committee cannot hold WikiLeaks liable for publishing information allegedly stolen by Russian agents.
The Mueller report on alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election lacks evidence that Russian agents passed Clinton campaign emails to WikiLeaks.
Obama and Clinton supporters in DNC survive push from the grassroots to transform the Democratic Party into a real and actual opposition party.
Following the publication of emails from the Democratic National Committee by WikiLeaks, chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz was pushed to resign around the same time as the political party’s national convention. She privately attacked the Bernie Sanders campaign and was fiercely loyal to Hillary Clinton. However, a document recently published by
A new batch of emails released by Wikileaks from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta confirmed what many suspected about the Democratic Party debates.
The resignations appear to signal that further disclosures promised by Wikileaks could prove to be equally embarrassing for the DNC.
A new movement cannot be beholden to those who continue to thwart necessary efforts for change in our lifetimes.
It appears the actual culprit behind the computer hacking of the Democratic National Committee is a lone hacker using the name “Guccifer 2.0.”
Such open shade-throwing is unlikely to endear many Sanders supporters to a party that will need them in November and beyond.
It does not help Clinton that the chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee defends a closed primary system that disenfranchises voters.