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[–] Hortance 0 points 18 points (+18|-0) ago 

I'm guessing he has held it because he's been coordinating with Trump....Trump dictating releases in exchange for eventual pardon and continued protection. (How cynical is it, really, to hold on to something that may be keeping you alive?)

You want cynical? Try the FBI, who've had this stuff from the start, and NEVER intended to investigate it.

[–] TrishaUK 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

I think your answer is great. Remember timing is everything, if it is released too soon, while MSM and all the others still have some control people will believe them, they are being discredited daily, their believably is almost totally diminished. The right courts, prisons etc, all have to be ready because they will scatter like rats when this is dropped.

[–] LAquixote13 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Scatter like roaches when the light is turned on!

[–] UnicornAndSparkles 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Yes. Hence letting us all mentally prepare people with #releasethememo then #releasethevideo. I think most here are “conspiracy nuts” anyways so although Pizzagate was shocking it was not surprising. The sheep need some subliminal programming to help accept it.

[–] Vindicator 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I have to agree with this.

Also, Assange has shown stubborn sagacity in how he releases material. He teases it with riddles for weeks. Remember Vault 7 and clues? Or what about the "phases" of the email leaks? He more than most knows how hard it is to get past the MSM blackout and spin machine. You don't drop Fat Man and Little Boy on some tiny atoll in the S. Pacific and hope people cower and give up just because the weapon was toxic and killed fish for miles around. You bide your time and wait to take out the heart of your enemy's wartime heavy industry. ESPECIALLY when you've got the evidence and know just how foul the people are that you're up against. That one big bomb better be enough.

[–] UnicornAndSparkles 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I agree Hortance. And I believe Trump and Alex Jones and many other have been planning this for years. Pre empted phone tapping and sent them on a wild goose chase. 5D chess more than we can imagine.

[–] tholinz 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

But that strategy would inevitably come with the very real risk that Hillary could be president right now.

Just because Assange has released information in the past that helped Trump’a campaign does not mean he is ideologically or politically aligned with Trump. He’s playing his own game, one that happened to overlap with MAGA interests.

If he’s been sitting on potentially explosive information about American politicians for years, then yes, I wonder about his motives and what he’s out to accomplish. That’s not to diminish what he’s done, or the fact that his life is in danger.

And saying I don’t trust the guy is not saying that I trust the FBI instead. The FBI has clearly shown itself to be compromised.

[–] Hortance 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I'm just saying what I think is happening now. Assange needs physical protection and wants legal remedy to (the bogus sex-assault charges levied on him in Europe are long debunked) his "process crime" re: an appearance in a London court/warrant.
Remember Assange got the Hillary emails from Seth Rich, but his source for the video was likely either NYPD or someone working with Trump. I think Trump most likely got his hands on the tape as President and got it to Assange in some way and is directing the drop in conjunction with making Assange's problems go away. The Feds/agencies have been using the Assanges and the Snowdens for this kind of stuff for years now.