Federalist senior editor Mollie Hemingway joined Fox News to talk about how the most recent WikiLeaks dump has revealed corruption among the media and Democrats.
“It was audacious, it was arrogant, and it’s completely unacceptable for what we have learned from these WikiLeaks,” Hemingway said about DNC interim chairwoman Donna Brazile’s response when she was questioned about allegedly sending questions to be asked in an upcoming debate to the Clinton campaign.
While the e-mails leaked by WikiLeaks were indeed stolen, the facts appear to indicate it would have been possible for Brazile to have known a debate question and to have sent it to the Clinton campaign ahead of the debate, she explained.
“Donna Brazile herself is the current head of the DNC because of previous WikiLeaks that showed that corruption in the Democratic Party,” she said. “This is also part of a much bigger story that we’ve learned from WikiLeaks which is just this general compliance among the media with the Clintons and with Democrats.”
“This is not just about Donna Brazile at CNN, this is about John Harwood, who was the moderator for the GOP debate, being so obsequious with John Podesta, sending emails and talking about how great Hillary Clinton is and how silly it would be that you would even have a concern about her email. He sent that email a month before he was moderating a GOP debate.”
“It’s not just him, it’s people at Politico, people at The New York Times who were passing quotes along to the Clintons and saying ‘You can veto this quote’ or that quote or saying ‘Can I run this story,'” Hemingway said. “This is such a violation of journalistic ethics, it’s just not even close.”