A hacker has allegedly retrieved a tape that shows Hillary Clinton making racist comments about African-American women.
The hacker claimed so by posting the information on 4Chan.
It was reported that the individual claimed a connection to the John Podesta email hack. On the other hand, he also claimed that the trove of emails deleted from former First Lady’s private server will be leaked before November 1.
“All 33k deleted Emails are going to be released by November 1st. probably in 4 – 5 sets. these emails are going to be the complete undoing of the Democratic Party,” the hacker claimed, according to Infowars.
“We are purposely holding them back so they cannot have time to replace Hillary.”
The hacker also confirmed that he is not working for Russia. He also gave his word that he will be releasing six embarrassing videos. According to him, the videos show how abusive Hillary Clinton was, as well as her racist behavior against a female African-American. He also claimed that the amount of hatred seen on her face for the African-American community “would be worse than 100 TrumpTapes.”
About the Podesta emails, the hacker commented that they are saving the best for last.
Speculation about the former secretary of state’s racial hatred towards a particular African-American woman pointed towards First Lady Michelle Obama.
It was reported by the Daily Mail in April 2016 that Kate Andersen Brower’s book “First Women, the Grace and Power of America’s Modern First Ladies” documented the difficult relationship Mrs Obama had with the Democratic nominee. The relationship resulted to hurt feelings and resentment.
“The 2008 presidential campaign left deep and lasting scars on both the Clinton and the Obama camps, and they are still shockingly fresh,” Brower wrote in the book.
During the 2008 campaign, Clinton made humiliating remarks about Barack Obama’s message of “hope and change” at a campaign rally in Ohio.
According to Business Insider, Obama’s closest and one of the most trusted advisers wrote a book, in which he detailed the topsy-turvy relationship between the Democratic nominee and current president Barack Obama.
He wrote in the book how a Clinton surrogate, Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, remarked that Obama once sold drugs in his youth. The Democratic nominee would tell the audience that she was sorry for the comment made by Shaheen, but she and her campaign have nothing to with it.