WikiLeaks Tweets ‘Clinton Cash’ Video Link to its Millions of Followers


The infamous non-profit publisher of corporate and government documents WikiLeaks took to its Twitter page over the weekend to tweet a link to a YouTube page for Clinton Cash, the groundbreaking documentary film that exposes the Clinton Foundation’s global nexus of corruption and influence peddling.

“Video: Clinton, Russia, WikiLeaks & Uranium More: ,” WikiLeaks’ tweet read.

The WikiLeaks Twitter account, which boasts a whopping 3.4 million followers, linked to the Philly Blunt pirated YouTube version of Clinton Cash. 

The documentary film, directed by M.A. Taylor and written and produced by Danny Fleuette and Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon, is based on research that first appeared in the New York Times bestselling book of the same nameauthored by Breitbart News Senior Editor-at-Large Peter Schweizer.

The WikiLeaks Clinton Cash Twitter endorsement came one day before Breitbart News reported that the film had been viewed more than three million times since its global online premiere last month.

Excitement around the Clinton Cash film was boosted by the July 26 release of the paperback version of Clinton Cash, as well as the August 8 debut of the much-anticipated Clinton Cash graphic novel.

Initial response to Clinton Cash was astounding. More than 170,000 viewers watched the film within the first three hours of its worldwide release. Much of the support for the explosive film was the result of Bernie Sanders supporters, who flocked to their respective Facebook accounts and urged their followers and fans to watch and share the groundbreaking movie.

Indeed, for three consecutive days, Clinton Cash sat atop U.S. Facebook’s trending topics list — all during the Democratic party’s week-long coronation of Hillary Clinton as its presidential nominee.

Due to the overwhelming amount of popularity, responses and audience requests, Breitbart News decided to make Clinton Cash available for free forever.

Viewers continue to flock to watch Clinton Cash, as new revelations found in the release of nearly 300 pages of emails belonging to then-Secretary of State Clinton disclose the nefarious relationship between the State Department and the Clinton Foundation.

After releasing scores of emails that embarrassed the Democratic National Convention and resulted in the resignation of former DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, WikiLeaks editor in chief Julian Assange promised to produce more material regarding Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.


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