Welcome to the 2nd part of the new Wikileaks DNC leak.
The last time we met, we talked about some of the emails that have been circulating around the internet, discussing its purpose, its background and why these emails show that the Democrats rigged the primaries against Bernie Sanders.
It also seems that the DNC had set up funds in the back to help Hillary Clinton gain free advertisement and set up Sanders to fail in the primaries.
In this part, we will talk about more of these emails, as well as some other interesting emails that PROVES the DNC’s guilt in helping Hillary Clinton and violating party rules.
Let’s begin the 2nd part.
1) “Keep the People Ignorant”
To: firstname.lastname@example.org, Comm_D@dnc.org
Date: 2016-05-13 14:13
Subject: RE: Video Request: Ben Carson on MSNBC
Missed the beginning
Q: Ryan meeting?
I talked to Ryan at 9:30 the evening before and he still had more meetings and calls that night.
Ryan is a great example of a citizen-servant leader.
He is a real patriot
I wanted to talk to Ryan about some of the misinterpretations of Trump
Trump doesn’t use political speech and is not polished
I reinterpreted some of the things Trump said to Ryan
Trump has said entitlement programs aren’t the first thing you want to talk about when the economy is in wreck.
Want to fix economy first, then deal with entitlements
Q: DJT tax returns?
Wants HRC to release transcripts of her Wall Street speeches
Trump said he would release tax returns when his audit was finished
Q: Think all should release tax returns?
Mentions financial disclosure.
Said that had more details than a tax return would have
Q: HRC meetings with Goldman and others?
I dunno. But I did public speaking. Its fun
Q: What do you think she is giving away in those meetings?
She doesn’t want the people knowing about her relationships on Wall Street
She wants to achieve consistency and the best way to do that is to keep the people ignorant
This email from Berns shows one question that was sent during an email chain with other DNC members, which concerned about Hillary’s meetings with Goldman and other banks, as well as the topics of the meetings.
In order for the Media to be silent and the People to not know about these Bank meetings and details, Clinton had ordered to, in order to achieve consistency within media portrayal, as well as keep her public image healthy, by censoring the media and not disclosing any details to the media so that it would “Keep the People Ignorant”.
This email has been circulating around twitter for the past day or so, but that one little sentence fragment shows the intent of the DNC to keep the media quashed from reporting such topics and to keep the people focused on other events.
Apparently, The DNC many be trying to hide an important detail from public view about Clinton’s secret alliance with the banks and the money laundering operations that may be ongoing inside the DNC and the Banks.
2) Buffet, Soros Funding.
Hey Luis and Marilyn,
I wanted to flag this your way.
Steve Lucero is building an mApp that will have a storytelling component. You can see the attached document that has more details of his proposal. Clearly it’s something they want to do with the DNC and Campaigns/Nominee, but are beginning to do it on their own. They too are reaching out to Soros, Buffet, Steyer, and other funders.
· Steven Lucero, 505-697-0055, email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
Let me know if you want more information and around this. It’s their solution to reaching millennials.
Apparently, A DNC staff member had created, or had been creating, an app that apparently was of interest to the DNC and Campaigns.
It seems that, from this email, the DNC was contacting Rich folks, such as George Soros and Warren Buffet for such a project. It is also possible that this app could have been used as a tool for more money laundering and advertisement to voters for Clinton.
This app would have contained a “Storytelling” component, but most of the details of the is app are unknown, and it is unclear as to exactly why so many large donors had been contacted by the DNC for such a project.
3) Secret Meetings
According to Breitbart:
The Democratic National Committee held an off-record meeting with the Rupert Murdoch-owned Wall Street Journal in April, according to DNC emails released by WikiLeaks today.
A leaked email featured a schedule of numerous meetings with the media that were scheduled to take place during the week, and also included off-record meetings with Buzzfeed and Bloomberg.
The email was sent by Democrat National Press Secretary Mark Paustenbach to DNC staffer Kate Houghton on the 29th April, and the meetings were scheduled to take place in New York City:
6:30am-7:45am (tentative) Network Morning Show
10am (tentative) MSNBC / Meeting with Mika Brzezinski and Phil Griffin
12pm Off-the-Record Lunch Meeting with the Wall Street Journal Editors
Glenn Hall, National Editor; Tim Layer, Deputy National Editor; Chuck Hawkins, Political Editor; and, Sheila Courter, Election Editor
It looks like the DNC had been scheduling off-the-record Interviews with major networks and newspapers, which means, according to a simple google search:
not made as an official or attributable statement.
This means that the DNC can say anything it wants and it really cant be used against them, as it can be stated as an out of context statement or can be hidden from public view or debate. Virtually, any statement can be made and be immune to cirticism and be hidden from public view.
Also, according to Breitbart:
The Wall Street Journal is owned by media magnate Rupert Murdoch, who just negotiated the exit of Fox News CEO and conservative icon Roger Ailes.
It is unknown as to what the meetings were about.
4) Off The Record Leaks
In May of this year, a letter that was written by Bernie Sanders was leaked by the DNC to the media which contained the following statement, according to politico:
“I believe the composition of the standing committees must reflect the relative support that has been received by both campaigns,” Sanders wrote in the letter dated May 6. “That was why I was so disappointed to learn that of the over forty people our campaign submitted at your request you chose to select only three of my recommendations for the three standing committees. Moreover, you did not assign even on of the people submitted by our campaign to the very important Rules Committee of the Democratic National Convention.”
Sanders said that if the disagreement over convention committee appointments is not resolved, he would have his delegates move to change the platform on the floor of the convention.
“It is my hope we can quickly resolve this in a fair way,” Sanders wrote. “If the process is set up to produce an unfair, one-sided result, we are prepared to mobilize our delegates to force as many votes as necessary to amend the platform and rules on the floor of the convention.”
Sanders’ chances of taking the Democratic nomination have decreased, as he has a deep disadvantage in both pledged and superdelegates. But the insurgent candidate has vowed to continue on, and his deep run into the primary gives him additional leverage to pull the party to the left.
In his letter, Sanders also mentioned the Democratic Party platform drafting committee. In the letter he recounted Wasserman Schultz had discussed changing the process for selecting members of the committee.
“In our conversation, you told me with respect to the platform Drafting Committee that you would consider allowing each campaign to submit ten names from which you would choose four from each and then you would add an additional seven,” Sanders continued. “While having four members on the Drafting Committee is an improvement, it does not address the fact that up to this point Bernie 2016 has secured 45% of the pledged delegates awarded. Frankly, we believe that percentage will go up in the coming weeks and, of course, we hope it will end up being a majority.”
Sanders argued that each campaign should be able to pick seven members for the committee with the fifteenth member being one picked by both campaigns.
“This process will also ensure that the chairs of the standing committees conduct their proceedings with fairness and transparency,” Sanders argued.
The Letter was not meant to be leaked, and put the Sanders’ campaign in a negative light, which made him look like a poor contender to slander his reputation.
This can be proven by many of the emails that are still yet to be covered on this website, which confirms the slandering and discrimination of Bernie Sanders.
What is even worse, is that the DNC wanted the leak to be off the record so that the Media did not cover who leaked the letter to the press.
It also states, “We’re operating in good faith” Which can either mean that their operating in good faith for clinton or asks the media to not hint that the DNC was behind the leak of this document, obviously.
We’ll end the 2nd part here, Not much of explosive emails, but just wait, there are going to be a lot more emails coming in the next few days.