BOMBSHELL: Wikileaks Drops Proof of Which NY Times Colluded With Hillary Clinton While She Was Secretary of State


Wikileaks revealed in a midnight tweet late Saturday into Sunday that a New York Times reporter used to email the State Department giving them updates on stories they would be running several days in advance.

Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State at the time. This would give her State Department enough to time to distract or put a spin on the new revelations.

The tweet linked to an article published on the conservative Daily Wire website, which claimed that an email released by WikiLeaks on Sunday night was “proof” that the New York Times “colluded” with the State Department in 2010. The email released by WikiLeaks was authored by New York Times national security reporter Scott Shane. The email shows that he provided the State Department with information about when the newspaper planned to publish articles about a trove of leaked U.S. diplomatic cables. WikiLeaks alleged the New York Times was providing Clinton with “up to 9 days in advance to spin the revelations or create diversions.”

This wasn’t the first evidence of coordination between media and Democrats. There was prior coordination between Democrats at the DNC and media such as Glenn Thrush, who referred to himself as a ‘hack’ for running things by them.

The Daily Mail reported:

At least five emails determined to be classified were found among 2,800 documents stored on a laptop belonging to Anthony Weiner, whose then-wife Huma Abedin was deputy chief of staff to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The State Department released hundreds of pages of materials Friday afternoon, including a total of eight pages classified at the ‘confidential level,’ the third most sensitive level the U.S. government uses.

The emails date from 2010, 2011 and 2012 and concern discussions with Middle East leaders including some from Israel, the United Arab Emirates, Hamas and the Palestinian Authority.Large portions, including entire pages, were redacted before the documents’ release.

Three of them were sent either to or from an address called ‘BBB Backup,’ which one email identifies as a backup of a Blackberry Bold 9700, presumably belonging to Abedin.One page of a document released Friday is heavily redacted and marked ‘classified’; it mentions ‘update on Hamas-PA talks,’ referring to the Palestinian Authority.Another is a four-page ‘call sheet’ meant to guide Clinton through a sensitive phone call with Benjamin Netanyahu.The work-related emails and other documents were recovered from Weiner’s computer last year by the FBI.Civilians like Weiner, who was once a congressman but resigned in mid-2011, are prohibited from possessing or reading classified documents without a security clearance.

Shane, however, dismissed the allegations as “nonsense.” In a series of tweets, he explained that the newspaper worked with the State Department to protect dissidents from hostile retailation from foreign governments.

Despite the fact that sending classified information over unsecured communications or to people who are not authorized to see it is against the law, both Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin were given a pass by former FBI director James Comey.

The FBI said the emails wound up on Weiner’s computer because of back-ups from Abedin’s personal electronic devices.