Soros Groups Get Hacked And That’s Bad News For Dems

Source: Breitbart

This is really gonna throw a wrench into George’s day. The left has been duped by the same tactics they use to foil the right. If you’ve expecting an October surprise from Hillary’s emails there just may be some more info to fuel that fire if DCLeaks has anything to do with that.

Daily Caller reported more than 2500 files were leaked and came from almost every geographical location around the world, something called SOUK and “the President’s office.”

The 2,576 files were released by DCLeaks, a website which claims to be “launched by the American hacktivists who respect and appreciate freedom of speech, human rights and government of the people.”

The documents are from multiple departments of Soros’ organizations. Soros’ the Open Society Foundations seems to be the group with the most documents in the leak. Files come from sections representing almost all geographical regions in the world, “the President’s Office”, and something named SOUK.

There are documents dating from at least 2008 to 2016. In June, the Open Society Foundations also had several documents leaked by DCLeaks. Bloomberg reported that the foundation notified the Federal Bureau of Investigation to the hacking.

Documents in the leak range from research papers such as “SOMALIS IN EUROPEAN CITIES PORTFOLIO REVIEW” to specific financials of grants.

Between Hillary’s emails, and the hackers that are turning the tables on leftist dirty tricks, this election may just be won or lost on whom ever has the best hacking team, to turn up the most incriminating evidence against the other side.

Bloomberg reported DCLeaks may have ties to the Russians and may still be holding much more information for later distribution.

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