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Wikileaks founder Julian Assange wanted to yield Fox News horde Sean Hannity “some news” about Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA), the top Democrat on the Senate comprehension committee, which is questioning Russia’s division in the 2016 election.
One problem: Assange messaged a feign account, who then told the press. Dell Gilliam, a author from Texas, pronounced she combined the fake @SeanHannity__ comment while she had the influenza and was bored, according to the Daily Beast.
“I felt bad. He really suspicion he was articulate to Sean Hannity,” Gilliam said. Assange wanted to have a review “on other channels” about “some news” he allegedly had to share about Warner.
A orator for Warner was contacted by the Daily Beast about Assange’s claim and dissed him in the clearest terms possible.
“Give me a break. WikiLeaks is a non-state antagonistic comprehension service with longstanding ties to the Russian supervision and Russian intelligence,” the orator said.
For her part, Gilliam pronounced the time she used posing as Hannity gave her a window into “paranoia I’d never seen before” from Hannity’s followers, who are “disturbingly angry.”