Wikileaks Bombshell IGNORED By CNN, Huff Po, Slate, MSNBC – TheRalphRetort.com

Wikileaks Bombshell IGNORED By CNN, Huff Po, Slate, MSNBC

You’ve probably heard the news about the new stash of purported intelligence documents and code that Wikileaks has released. But if you only get your news from CNN, Huffington Post, Slate, or MSNBC, you probably haven’t.

That’s because none of those websites showed anything about Wikileaks on their front pages this morning, which is strange because it seems to be the world’s top story.

I made a  short, 40 second video about it:


I wasn’t able to archive CNN’s homepage because the website is scripted so that it no longer lets you take an archive that shows any text. But check for yourself. You won’t find anything about Wikileaks on the homepage.

 

UPDATE: Slate has added an article about Wikileaks on the bottom right of their home page.

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  • Typical

    Shocking not at all.

  • Lockstein13

    Don’t hold your breath on
    ABC, CBS, NBC, etc
    either………

    • Danlantic

      Heard it on the CBS morning show at the top of the program today (Mar 8’17).

  • ExiledV2

    *shrugs* I didn’t believe Assange in the 1990s, when he sold out his fellow hackers to the Australian and US governments for money. I haven’t believed hardly anything he’s produced in Wikileaks since 2008. I’m certainly not going to care about or believe what he does now.

    • hamilton geyser

      better start. All parties are verifying the info. Except the CIA of course.

      • ExiledV2

        It had best not be actual CIA documents. If so, then Assange has declared himself an enemy of the USA for releasing classified information and we should take immediate action against him. He would need to be captured and interrogated to find out who he is working for (China, ISIS, so on) at best or droned at the very least.

        I don’t take treason very well, as you can see.

        • Maintenance Renegade

          Fuck the CIA, some of us don’t labor under the false belief that what’s good for the CIA is good for America. A grand globalist conspiracy implicating the media, political establishment, tech companies and intelligence agencies is being slowly but steadily dragged into the light. It’s all our worst fears and speculations proven right and it makes me sick.

          Assange is a hero, the traitors who ought to be shot in this scenario are the ones he’s exposed.

          • ExiledV2

            ” A grand globalist conspiracy implicating the media, political
            establishment, tech companies and intelligence agencies is being slowly
            but steadily dragged into the light.”

            *snorts* There’s no conspiracy. There’s just business and politics. Business as usual, as a matter of fact. If you had been around since the 1980s you’d see that all this is nothing new.

            “Assange is a hero”

            Assange is acting against the interests of the American government and American corporations, in an attempt to foment anarchy. The only question is for whom is he doing it for? Which government or terrorist group is giving him his payday?

            The only heroes are American patriots.

          • Maintenance Renegade

            Which American patriots would that be? The ones spying on you through your Samsung Smart TV? The deep state are scum and unveiling their bullshit is an important step toward removing them. Given their activities just imagine the sort of blackmail they’ve probably amassed on various senators and so forth, they whole damned government is probably compromised by them at this point.

            Fuck these people, the real patriots are anyone whose willing and able to put a stop to this.

          • ExiledV2

            “Which American patriots would that be? The ones spying on you through your Samsung Smart TV?”

            If it’s for national security, yes, it’s a patriotic act. Wouldn’t you do anything for your country? Commit any act? That’s what patriotism is – my country, above all others. True nationalists will not hesitate.

            “The deep state”

            Ah, the Deep State. That conspiracy done by Globalists/Bilderbergers/Illuminati/lizard aliens/whatever is popular this year. Doesn’t /pol/ say it’s the Jews who are behind all this?

          • Maintenance Renegade

            The CIA is not America, the nationalist thing to do would be to directly oppose the CIA on this hence that’s part of the reason why I’m taking that position. The CIA operated outside it’s mandate and in direct violation of the constitution here and it’s also clearly continuing to try and de-legitimatize a duly elected president while continually acting viciously toward American citizens on a whim.

            The CIA is trash and Obama is a criminal. Apparently this drop was only 1% of what wikileaks has on this matter, by the end of the series I hope there’s enough dirt in there to put both the establishment and this cancerous “intelligence community” down for good. The true national interest is an end to this corruption and the ejection of these wretched would be globalist hegemons be they Jews or anything else.

          • ExiledV2

            “The CIA operated outside it’s mandate and in direct violation of the
            constitution here and it’s also clearly continuing to try and
            de-legitimatize a duly elected president while continually acting
            viciously toward American citizens on a whim.”

            *bored* Do you have non-Wikileaks proof on that? Something that can be taken to a federal prosecutor? And before you slam me for not accepting Wikileaks material for that, know that anything provided from Wikileaks would fall under “fruit of the poison tree” doctrine and be inadmissable.

            “The CIA is trash and Obama is a criminal.”

            Then arrest. Charge. Try. Convict.

            “to put both the establishment and this cancerous “intelligence community” down for good.”

            Question: If you get rid of the American intelligence community, who’s going to do our espionage for us? Or are we just not going to have spies, assassins, espionage, etc?

          • Maintenance Renegade

            So now you’re going to try and act as if the info is fake even after CIA people made the rounds on the MSM crying about disclosure of muh secrets? They admitted it was their shit and experts like Snowden are deeming it authentic. The way things are going I wont be surprised at all if Obama gets arrested and convicted eventually, all this muh Russia bullshit is just a smokescreen to try and slime anyone who works to put a stop to this crap as being in league with the Russians.

            If the “intelligence community” is predominately engaged in criminal activity and attacking American citizens then yeah frankly flushing the entire thing down the toilet and suffering all the consequences is better than allowing it to persist. Although really the better option would be to just purge the leadership, then shrink and reorganize it with better oversight and stricter guidelines.

            The CIA spent ten billion dollars developing electronic superweapons which it then used illegally before allowing them to leak out and proliferate. Then rather than fix their mess they permitted it to get worse just so they could keep using them themselves. Now these weapons are floating around everywhere and have probably been in use against us by our enemies for years. If you think that promotes “security” you are mentally fucking retarded. Considering these weapons allow you to false flag actors of your choice for your own attacks we can now also safely throw out every claim your beloved “intelligence community” has made during the last several years in regards to whose been cyber-attacking Americans.

            Thankfully wikileaks is doing what they can to clean up the mess by giving organizations the info on these weapons they need in order to close all the holes.

          • ExiledV2

            So now you’re going to try and act as if the info is fake even after CIA people made the rounds on the MSM crying about disclosure of muh secrets? They admitted it was their shit and experts like Snowden are deeming it authentic.

            I haven’t seen such verification. Googling. No, nothing in the Wall Street Journal or other conservative newspapers about it. Best I can see is from the NY Times, a liberal publication, that says “anonymous sources” say it’s verified. That’s not good enough for me. Can you link me to a statement from Director Mike Pompeo or the Deputy Director (Intelligence) or something? You know, an official proclamation from the agency? Because I’m not seeing one.

            And it’s not “expert” Snowden. It’s “paid FSB agent Snowden”. I don’t trust verifications from traitors. I hope Trump is able to make the deal with Putin to get him back; I’ll volunteer to execute him after the trial is over with a glad heart.

            “The way things are going I wont be surprised at all if Obama gets arrested and convicted eventually”

            Since I haven’t seen anything that’s actionable from a legal perspective yet, I’m happy to take that bet. How much?

            “If the “intelligence community” is predominately engaged in criminal activity and attacking American citizens”

            *dismisses* Not happening. Too many people watch too many movies.

            “The CIA spent ten billion dollars developing electronic superweapons which it then used illegally before allowing them to leak out and proliferate.”

            Espionage against other nations is not an “illegal action”. And there is no proof it was used against American citizens.

            “Thankfully wikileaks is doing what they can to clean up the mess by giving organizations the info on these weapons they need in order to close all the holes.”

            You supporting Wikileaks tells me all I need to know, really. Assange, a guy who’s supported by lovely people like ISIS, is doing this all out of the goodness of his heart. Yeah, sure. That’s the ticket.

          • Maintenance Renegade

            “MUH RUSSIANS!”

        • Assange is not a citizen of the US, therefore he can’t commit treason against it.

          • ExiledV2

            We apply charges of treason against foreign nationals as well.

          • I’m sorry you don’t know what words mean. Consider joining a literacy class to address your lack in this area.

        • hamilton geyser

          The CIA is an enemy of the USA. Exposing them is patriotic. But no one will touch him because he has a lot more dirt on the people who want to kill him.

          • ExiledV2

            “The CIA is an enemy of the USA.”

            The CIA is a part of the federal government of the USA. It’s performs espionage against all of the other nations in the world, who are our enemies. Are you saying that the CIA has been co-opted by a foreign government?

          • hamilton geyser

            It is proven to perform espionage operations against Americans and American companies. Then the dumbshits lost all their code that they created to harm American companies (this is how wiki leaks found it.) Done under the Obama administration. They are the enemy.

          • ExiledV2

            Assuming you trust Wikileaks and trust that they have not altered the documents and/or performed a hacking operation against the CIA to acquire these documents. Or were fed documents by moles in the agency.

            I didn’t trust Assange in the 1990s – to my benefit – and I certainly don’t trust him or his employees now.

          • hamilton geyser

            Lol so despite everyone agreeing the documents are real, you have some kind of secret info disproving it. yet you trust the CIA, which everyone on both sides of the aisle agree has done shady stuff, and who are currently working overtime to undermine trump.

            Who are your sources?

            They probably just killed someone who was working on a story critical of Obama using tools described in the leak.

          • ExiledV2

            “Lol so despite everyone agreeing the documents are real,”

            I don’t go by everyone else’s agreement. They have not been proven to my satisfaction.

            “yet you trust the CIA, which everyone on both sides of the aisle agree has done shady stuff, and who are currently working overtime to undermine trump.”

            I am a patriot. Yes, I trust the CIA over an Australian in the pay of foreign powers hiding out in an embassy.

            So, you hold that the CIA is “working overtime to undermine Trump”. OK, that would be treason. Who do we need to arrest and put on trial? Is there evidence that would stand up in a court of law?

            “Who are your sources?”

            The question is rather, what sources are you trusting? I’m sorry, but I don’t join the Assange “LISTEN AND BELIEVE” train. I’m no SJW.

            “They probably just killed someone who was working on a story critical of Obama using tools described in the leak.”

            Probably? I want definitely. If this happened, give me audio or video of the assassination orders. Give me something you could use in a court to convict. When speaking of crime, I remain with the court standard – Beyond All Reasonable Doubt.

          • hamilton geyser

            If you need a judge to make your opinion for you, you’re too far gone. The police don’t need a person to be convicted before they make an arrest. Look at the evidence, and make up your own mind, or say you don’t know for sure. But don’t pretend that you are some kind of patriot because you refuse to believe the CIA is performing illegal actions against US citizens and companies. It’s not debatable that they have. Its objective fact.

          • ExiledV2

            “The police don’t need a person to be convicted before they make an arrest.”

            You’re right. They need probable cause and evidence they can take to a prosecutor to make a case. No case, no arrest – or if an arrest has already been made, the guy they arrested goes free.

            “Look at the evidence, and make up your own mind”

            OK, fine. I’ve looked at what’s been offered. The evidence is insufficient. No case. My mind is made up until real evidence is offered.

            ” But don’t pretend it’s patriotic to refuse to believe the CIA is performing illegal actions against US citizens and companies. It’s not debatable that they have. Its objective fact.”

            Oh, OK. It’s objective fact? All right, link me to the evidence and I’ll contact this guy I know down at the DOJ office in Atlanta and we’ll get some prosecution going. I’m serious.

  • Bob Wifner

    Why would you think they would report anything that would make them or their masters look bad? There should be no more wondering why the media doesn’t report this or that or why they don’t seem fair. THEY ARE EQUAL TO THE NORTH KOREAN NEWS!! They are 100% Globalist Propaganda. They should be treated accordingly… as the enemy!!

  • Emil Åslund