Was Debbie Wasserman-Schultz Trying to Hide her Connection to WikiLeaks Sources?

Explosive New Theory on Who was the WikiLeaks Source. Hint: It Involves a Democratic Congresswoman

Hillary Clinton never could really get out of her own way when running for President of the United States. While Donald Trump encountered his own share of political blunders, he found ways to right the ship and to connect with the American people thanks to his message of “Make America Great Again.”

Hillary Clinton had no clear cut message (if you ask any Clinton supporter today what her message was, they likely would either give a long, drawn out answer, or would not be able to say anything at all). Combine that with her failing health, support for policies like TPP, Obamacare and her predilection for entering battles and you get the reason she was unable to win the election.

One of the most damaging problems Hillary Clinton encountered during her campaign revolved around emails leaked to WikiLeaks.

Hillary Clinton and her campaign team, even since the complete and utter defeat to Donald Trump, have stated time and time again Russia obviously had something to do with it. They played the Russia is the Bogeyman card and continue to do so, even though there is no actual evidence connecting the two together. In fact, recent evidence suggests someone closely related to the Democratic Party actually leaked the information. The new theory stating a staffer connected to a Democratic congresswoman leaked the information to WikiLeaks is now making the rounds and has far more evidence to support it than any Russia claim. What exactly is suggested here? Check out the video to find out for yourself.


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