Julian Assange gives reasons why Democratic Party is “doomed”

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WikiLeakers founder Julian Assange went on the record Saturday to predict the fall of the Democratic Party over the Trump-Russia narrative.

Assange posted a link to an article that he wrote on his Twitter account, which outlines a list of six reasons why the Democratic Party is “doomed.” He called out the Democratic Party for being “consumed” by “hysteria about Russia,” calling the alleged Trump-Russia collusion narrative a “political dead end.”

Assange wrote, “Without the ‘We didn’t lose, Russia won’ narrative, the party’s elite and those who exist under its patronage would be purged for being electorally incompetent and ideologically passe.”

“The Trump-Russia collusion narrative is a political dead end. Despite vast resources, enormous incentives and a year of investigation, Democratic senators who have seen the classified intelligence at CIA HQ such as Senator Feinstein (as recently as March) are forced to admit that there is no evidence of collusion. Without collusion, we are left with the Democratic establishment blaming the public for not liking the truth about what Hillary Clinton said to Goldman Sachs and blaming their own base for not liking what they said in their own emails about about fixing the DNC primaries.”

The Wikileaks founders said the Democratic Party “needs the support of the security sector and media barons to push this diversionary conspiracy agenda,” which only furthers the perception that “Democrats act on behalf of an entrenched power elite.”

Then, he asserted that both the CIA and the FBI will be eventually turned against them when they “merge” with the Trump administration.

“Eventually, Trump or Pence will ‘merge’ with the security state leaving Democrats in a vulnerable position having talked up two deeply unaccountable traditionally Republican-aligned organizations, in particular, the CIA and the FBI, who will be turned against them. Other than domestic diversion and geopolitical destabilization the primary result of the Russian narrative is increased influence and funding for the security sector which is primarily GOP owned or aligned.”

Not only were the Demoncrats scrutinized in his opinion article, but he also threw a few punches at Trump for embracing “robber barons, dictators and gravitas-free buffoon’s like the CIA’s Mike Pompeo.”

Two months ago, Pompeo referred to Wikileaks a “non-state, hostile intelligence service,” then a short time later the Justice Department announced it was considering filing criminal charges against Assange and Wikileaks.

He later wrote that the left’s Russia fixation has “doomed” the Democrats Party and mobilized more supporters to “start a new party since the party elite shows no signs that they will give up power.”

“The Democratic base should move to start a new party since the party elite shows no signs that they will give up power. This can be done quickly and cheaply as a result of the internet and databases of peoples’ political preferences. This reality is proven in practice with the rapid construction of the Macron, Sanders and Trump campaigns from nothing. The existing Democratic party may well have negative reputational capital, stimulating a Macron-style clean slate approach. Regardless, in the face of such a threat, the Democratic establishment will either concede control or, as in the case of Macron, be eliminated by the new structure.”

H/T: Washington Examiner

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