by Sharon Rondeau

(Oct. 6, 2016) — Longtime political operative Roger Stone maintained on Twitter on Thursday that Julian Assange of Wikileaks will be issuing a “devastating expose” on someone with the last name of “Clinton” and presumably the Democrat presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton.

On Sunday, Stone appeared on Infowars with host David Knight predicting that an anticipated announcement from Assange would destroy the Clinton campaign effective on Wednesday of this week.

Thus far, there has not been a release of documents from Wikileaks.  However, at its tenth anniversary conference on Tuesday, Assange appeared by video link and spoke for approximately 30 minutes, during which he recapped some of the organization’s accomplishments and stated that he would be releasing documents pertinent to the upcoming U.S. elections, mass surveillance, and other topics every week over the next ten weeks.

The releases, according to Assange, will begin “this week.”

Also on Sunday, TruePundit published a report claiming that Hillary Clinton had proposed killing Assange with a drone in November 2010 in the presence of other government operatives, including Barack Hussein Obama.  TruePundit has since amplified on that story with a photo reportedly from the session provided to him by an anonymous State Department informant.

The claim was repeated by an attorney for Assange, Melinda Taylor, during her address to the conference on Tuesday.  The Clinton campaign has not denied the claim.

During his interview, Stone told Knight that he and Assange have a mutual acquaintance who recently met with the Wikileaks founder at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where Assange was granted asylum five years ago from Swedish authorities who have charged him with sexual assault.

Assange has denied the charge but, according to Taylor, fears that U.S. authorities will demand his extradition if he were to leave the embassy.

Earlier this year, Wikileaks released emails from the Democrat National Committee (DNC) as well as from Clinton’s private email server during part of the time she served as Obama’s Secretary of State.

Despite Stone’s prediction that “Wednesday” would be the day of reckoning for the Clinton campaign, in his Thursday morning tweet, Stone said he remains confident that Assange will release the documentation “at a time of his choosing.”

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