WikiLeaks pounces back with threat to countersue the DNC


WikiLeaks is retaliating, after the Democratic National Committee filed a multimillion dollar lawsuit Friday against the Russian government, the Trump campaign, and WikiLeaks, alleging a conspiracy between the three entities to disrupt the 2016 presidential campaign in order to get Donald Trump elected.

According to statements from WikiLeaks, the DNC is just upset that they published their “trade secrets.”

WikiLeaks shot out a statement on Twitter soon after the lawsuit was announced, stating, “The Democrats are suing @WikiLeaks and @JulianAssange for revealing how the DNC rigged the Democratic primaries. Help us counter-sue. We’ve never lost a publishing case and discovery is going to be amazing fun.”

In another tweet on Sunday, WikiLeaks wrote, “Democrats have gone all Scientology against @WikiLeaks. We read the DNC lawsuit. Its primary claim against @WikiLeaks is that we published their “trade secrets”. Scientology infamously tried this trick when we published their secret bibles. Didn’t work out well for them.”

DNC chief Tom Perez was also targeted, as WikiLeaks tweeted, “DNC head Tom Perez refuses to say whether lawsuit against @WikiLeaks was really Hillary Clinton’s idea and how much it is going to cost Democrats.”

Again on Monday, WikiLeaks tweeted, “Comment: It’s hard to understand where the DNC thinks it is going with lawsuit that says “Voters! WikiLeaks took away our right to lie about rigging the primary! We had lots to hide but even failed there.””

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