BREAKING: Assange Just EXPOSED What FBI Did In Vegas And Why We Haven’t Heard Anything In 5 DAYSThe founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange, has once again taken to Twitter to inform the public. And what he is now saying, if true, will not be good news for the FBI and its supporters.In a reply to a message sent to him on Twitter the internet hero, Julian Assange, seems to have given us a hint about FBI methodologies. The content is extremely terrifying. But that’s partly what is so fascinating about the reply which was probably meant to go largely unnoticed by the public at large.Assange has not said anything else about the Las Vegas shooting supposably orchestrated by the millionaire Stephen Paddock. He hasn’t tweeted on the topic since and has returned to his regular rants about the Catalonia independence movement which pretty much no one is really paying attention to since the biggest mass shooting in US history took place last Sunday night in Las Vegas Nevada.It’s really hard to fathom the idea that the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation would do something like this just to stay in business. But we are living in a crazy world where not everything is as it seems. The scariest aspect to all this is that Assange is usually right, probably why he had to resort to seeking asylum at the Ecuadorian embassy in London since 2012 in order to survive the onslaught that was about to besiege him. From within those walls, he was even able to prevent Crooked Hillary Clinton from getting away with “murder” once again by releasing the Democratic National Committee emails where it was shown how the former DNC chair Wasserman-Schultz was colluding with the Clinton campaign to stop the up and coming Socialist candidate Bernie Sanders.The New York Times Reports:Julian Assange operates from the Ecuadorean Embassy in London, where his internet connection was recently cut off. But that has not stopped him from being one of the most significant and unusual players in the 2016 election campaign in the United States.His WikiLeaks platform has released tens of thousands of hacked emails from inside Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee, making Mr. Assange a reviled figure among supporters of the Democratic nominee and a hero to backers of Donald J. Trump.On Tuesday morning, Mr. Assange weighed in one last time as Americans headed to the polls, releasing a statement that offered an explanation for making the leaks public, an assertion of impartiality and a defense of the WikiLeaks mission.“The real victor is the U.S. public, which is better informed as a result of our work,” Mr. Assange wrote, adding that his organization publishes information as quickly as possible and “as fast as the public can absorb it.”“This is not due to a personal desire to influence the outcome of the election,” he said.Four years ago, Mr. Assange sought and was granted asylum in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London while he was being pursued in a Swedish rape investigation, which he said was a cover for a United States effort to extradite him for publishing a trove of National Security Agency documents.Ecuadorean officials have not sought to evict him, but last month said that his internet access was disabled out of fear that the country was being drawn into Mr. Assange’s efforts to interfere with “electoral processes.”Mr. Assange’s operation did not fold, but continued to publish daily releases of emails stolen from the accounts of John D. Podesta, the chairman of Mrs. Clinton’s campaign. WikiLeaks published another installment on Tuesday, bringing the total number of messages made public to more than 58,000.What you need to know to start your day, delivered to your inbox Monday through Friday.The Clinton campaign has declined to authenticate or comment on the emails, saying that the hack, which American intelligence officials believe originated in Russia, was part of the Russian government’s efforts to meddle in the election to benefit Mr. Trump.The emails, at times, have been embarrassing to the Clintons and their closest aides, revealing confidential and candid details about the inner workings of the campaign and the Clinton Foundation. It has also shined a light on the Clintons’ private work, including lucrative speeches for banks like Goldman Sachs.While Mr. Assange has made no secret of his dislike for Mrs. Clinton, he said in his Tuesday statement that WikiLeaks published the emails because it had the material and, “It would be unconscionable for WikiLeaks to withhold such an archive from the public during an election.”The lack of leaks pertaining to Mr. Trump, Mr. Assange said, resulted from the fact that his organization was not in possession of Mr. Trump’s information. “We cannot publish what we do not have,” he wrote.