Hacked Clinton Foundation Documents – Guccifer 2.0, One Called Pay To Play

October 6, 2016

The Guccifer 2.0 documents are coming, some are already out and more on the way, perhaps filling the void that Julian Assange has left in the delay of WikiLeaks’ releases. His target in this release was the Clinton Foundation’s computer system.He has released screenshots that he says came from the Clinton Foundation computer. There is actually a folder labeled “pay to play” in the listing, an unusually honest moment for an organization built on lies and misrepresentation.

Included in the information is a list of donors, recipients in one list are tracked by the amount of the TARP bailout that was returned to the Clintons in the form of donations after our Treasury was raided and our money redistributed to government insiders and cronies.

The reported quotes Guccifer 2.0 as stating he has thousands and thousands of pages and a database of donors. There is so much information that Guccifer 2.0 says he is overwhelmed and looking for a new way to release it. He also stated that it was not difficult to break into the Clinton system, that it was only a matter of time as the security was minimal. That’s a consistent theme with Clinton and the computer systems she is involved with, that of insufficient protection of data.

The Clinton Foundation denies that their servers were breached, but, as the next guest, Mike Jones, the editor of Culture Wars Magazine states, “there is so much information that corroborates what he [Guccifer 2.0] said it really doesn’t matter whether this is true or not. We have all of the information that’s come out in other sources.”

He notes, “The Clinton Foundation is a public entity, we know that people contribute to it. It makes sense to say that every corporation that got money from the bailout would obviously want to make a contribution to the party that gave them all that money.”

He points out, “The crucial issue is whether the people have any say in democratic control of their political process or of their culture. That’s the issue. Between this cronyism, this conflict of interest, a legal system that is constantly overturning state laws. What you have here is crisis.”