Wednesday evening, several news outlets announced that Wikileaks had JUST RELEASED 29 new Democratic National Committee voicemails, a brilliant bit of counter-programming against tonight’s Democratic convention events if true.
BREAKING: WikiLeaks releases hacked audio recordings of Democratic National Committee voicemails. https://t.co/fy965Kf5lt— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) July 28, 2016
JUST IN: Wikileaks releases alleged voicemail/audio recordings from the Democratic National Committee— CNBC Now (@CNBCnow) July 28, 2016
BREAKING: WikiLeaks Releases Hacked DNC Voicemails: https://t.co/Da0l9Mamhi— Fox Nation (@foxnation) July 28, 2016
In fact, true to the voicemail genre, the ones obtained by WikiLeaks were boring as hell, apparently drawn from messages sent to DNC headquarters—not between staffers. Arguably the juiciest of the lot are from angry supporters complaining about perceived preferential treatment for the candidates.
I guess you haven’t gotten enough of that from your college friends on Facebook, then it is BREAKING.