Hillary and DNC Attempt Frivolous Lawsuit Against Wikileaks

The poor democrats are still looking for a scapegoat for their harrowing 2016 electoral loss, being wholly unable to see the writing on the wall.

These delusional dems just can’t see the writing on the wall:  Nobody, and we mean nobody, is ready for a Hillary Clinton presidency.  Even a cursory look at Twitter to gauge her popularity among the tech savvy, millennial crowd doesn’t often go well.

Sheesh.  It seems like Clinton would have gotten the hint and attempted to stay out of the public eye, rather than write a book about how poorly she performed in the last election.

While Hillary didn’t spend too much time analyzing the effect of Wikileaks on her campaign, there was certainly no denying that her long and storied history as one of the nation’s premiere political crooks being exposed by the whistleblowers was an enormous part of her inability to secure a future career in D.C.

And, even though she won’t willingly admit this, her DNC cronies are now suing the site for exposing the truth, in perhaps one of the most important First Amendment fights in a long time.

The Democratic Party on Friday sued President Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, the Russian government and the Wikileaks group, claiming a broad illegal conspiracy to help Trump win the 2016 election.

The multimillion-dollar lawsuit filed in Manhattan federal court says that “In the Trump campaign, Russia found a willing and active partner in this effort” to mount “a brazen attack on American Democracy,” which included Russian infiltration of the Democratic Party computer network.

The Trump campaign, according to the lawsuit, “gleefully welcomed Russia’s help.”

The suit says that “preexisting relationships with Russia and Russian oligarchs” with Trump and Trump associates “provided fertile ground for [the] Russia-Trump conspiracy.”

The common purpose of the scheme, according to the Democratic National Committee, was to “bolster Trump and denigrate the Democratic Party nominee,” Hillary Clinton, while boosting the candidacy of Trump, “whose policies would benefit the Kremlin.”

Oddly enough, the lawsuit makes little mention of the fact that Hillary Clinton herself had worked to prop of Donald Trump as the republican candidate herself, believing that he would be the simplest opponent to defeat out of the enormous republican field of presidential hopefuls in 2016.

Obviously, that wasn’t the case, and the radical left has been railing against Wikileaks, and the truth, ever since.

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