Part one of the Megyn Kelly interview with WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, revealed that he will indeed release the next batch of Hillary documents before the election. Assange told Kelly that the information in them is significant and will be a game changer unless the media and voters decide to ignore it.
“People…have the right to understand who it is they’re electing.”
The Australian programmer/journalist, who faces extradition to Sweden and fears extradition to the U.S., said that the trove contains thousands of pages of information in a variety of formats. He said the release would “absolutely” happen before the Nov. 8 election.
Assange said the information in his possession is “significant,” and the extent to which it will be a game changer depends on how it catches on in the public and in the media.
Part 2 will be aired tonight on Kelly’s show.