On Wednesday, WikiLeaks dumped more hacked emails from Hillary Clinton Campaign Chair John Podesta, and, as usual, more damning and embarrassing information surfaced. Concerns over Hillary's mental capacity and her penchant for corruption were raised by the Democratic nominee's own inner circle. Further, Hillary's long-suspected connection to Google was exposed as well as the campaign's contempt for Republicans.
Here are four new revelations from the document dump:
1. A Hillary advisor worried about Hillary's mental capacity, stating that the former secretary of state "doesn't seem to know what planet we are all living in."
In an email exchange between Hillary advisor and president of the left-wing Center for American Progress Neera Tanden and Podesta, dated September 15, 2015, Tanden stated, "It worries me more that she doesn't seem to know what planet we are all living in at the moment."
Making matters worse, the exchange was in relation to Hillary's horribly inconsistent political stances, which she seemingly took subsequent to polling data. Tanden first inquired why Hillary publicly called herself "a moderate."
"I mean it makes my life more difficult after telling every reporter I know she's actually progressive but that is really the smallest of issues," Tanden added.
As The Daily Wire reported on Friday, Tanden trashed Hillary's "suboptimal" instincts and her lack of understanding that "life is not fair" in other leaked emails.
2. A Google executive is working directly with the Hillary Campaign.
As reported by the Washington Free Beacon on Wednesday, "Eric Schmidt, the chief executive of Alphabet, Google’s parent company, is working directly with Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, according to a memo contained within an email released by WikiLeaks."
“'Discreet conversations' of forming 'working relationships' with companies such as Facebook and Apple were also facilitated as early as October 2014," the memo revealed.
As reported by The Daily Wire, Google has been suspected of manipulating data to create pro-Hillary search results, as well as suppressing positive Trump stories.
3. The Hillary campaign looked to brand Republicans as "bigoted" and "extreme."
In an email exchange from June of 2015, with the subject line "2016 GOP HIT - HILLARY CLINTON," campaign manager Robby Mook wrote to communications director Jennifer Palmieri: "I think we should just be clear about exactly what news we want to make. Personally, I think branding the GOP as bigoted and extreme is more in line with our bigger picture, long term goals, so I would favor sticking with asking why they didn't speak out against what trump."
4. Hilary foreign policy advisor Jake Sullivan curiously stated that it was "REALLY dicey territory" for Hillary to be presenting the case for strengthening bribery laws.
After Tanden explained that Hillary was "tainted" and "really vulnerable," she and Jake Sullivan discussed "radical solutions." Within the email, dated March 1, 2016, Sullivan says he likes the idea of toughening up on bribery laws, but then curiously suggests that this is "REALLY dicey territory for [Hillary]."
Thankfully for Hillary, the mainstream media will do their best to completely avoid this learned information.