WikiLeaks: Podesta Had Disturbing ‘Beyond Discipline’ Plan For Leakers
A new WikiLeaks email from John Podesta’s account reveals the Clinton campaign manager was worried about internal leaks and plotted to “make an example of a suspected leaker” by punishing them with “beyond internal discipline” – whether or not there was “any real basis for it.“ Responding to an email from John Benenson about a “damaging” leak, Podesta wrote, “I generally agree with the point, but we need a strategy on this that goes beyond internal discipline.“ As well as exposing the Clinton camp as the kind of organization that punishes people based on suspicion alone, the question of what “beyond internal discipline” means is raised – and in light of recent events the answers may be grim. Joel Benenson said, “I think we have to make examples now of people who have violated the trust of HRC and the rest of the team.” Later in the email chain Robbie Mook replied to Podesta’s message, saying “I would love an example being made.” The revelation of Podesta’s plan to punish a suspected leaker with “serious consequences” takes on a chilling aspect considering the fate of Seth Rich, the Democratic National Committee employee widely suspected of blowing the whistle on his employers. Rich was […]
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