Following the election, many have wondered if WikiLeaks and Julian Assange will quietly go away or keep fighting for justice. If you wanted them to keep fighting to expose corruption, you are in for a treat as WikiLeaks has selected their first target of the year: CNN.
They are tired of the disgusting behavior of the mainstream media and they threatening to sue CNN now for their inflammatory remarks.
We have issued instructions to sue CNN for defamation:https://t.co/YLfyQ9ROCyUnless within 48h they air a one hour expose of the plot.
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) January 4, 2017
CNN initially thought they could just issue an apology and that would satisfy Assange. Think again.
WikiLeaks also argued that they will expose CNN outside of the courtroom, too, if they continue to play these games.
US 2017: Former CIA head official denounces government critic as a 'pedophile'. https://t.co/TWu91qp929>— WikiLeaks Task Force (@WLTaskForce) January 5, 2017
One thing remains clear: WikiLeaks doesn’t plan to stop after derailing Hillary Clinton and her team of cronies. CNN is merely their first target, and plenty more will surely follow.
They’ve put CNN on notice and they have 48 hours to air a one hour special confessing to their lies or they are in big trouble. If they or anyone think WikiLeaks are bluffing or incapable, ask Hillary Clinton how powerful Assange and his team can be.