UPDATED: More Damning Podesta Email Leaks Emerge, MSM Ignores

State Department colluded with Associated Press to plant distorted story on Hillary emails.

UPDATE: As of Monday, Wikileaks released its tenth batch of Podesta emails, which can be accessed here

**Newly added email topics will appear in bold-underscore, at the top of the bullet-point list featured below. This post will be updated regularly, so please check back. Readers are also welcome to send us emails or links for further investigation. 

Conservative and independent bloggers, social media users and Trump supporters are likely doing their best to sift through and disseminate the information contained in these emails and it is easy to lose track. In order to simplify, we've compiled a brief roundup of the more damning subjects the Podesta email chain seem to broach. 

The following list is not exhaustive and includes: 

The proof is irrefutable. Mainstream media are engaged in a concerted effort to sway the presidential race and elect Hillary Clinton the next President of the United States. That's why each and every major outlet is currently attempting to divert attention away from damaging information revealed in hacked emails originating from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta. 

Wikileaks has released several batches -- totaling more than 10,000 to date -- of Podesta emails and has promised more to come. The Clinton campaign has neither confirmed nor denied their authenticity, though many believe that Clinton herself confirmed the emails' veracity by addressing one of the claims contained therein during the second presidential debate.  

Below are a few snapshots of various email threads from the Podesta leaks. We will add new snapshots regularly, so please check back: 

 

 

More detailed information is contained in each of these various email threads, particularly concerning media collusion. The link provided above and here to Wikileaks' John Podesta email page is easily searchable. We will update this post as more revelations emerge.

 

 

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