Project Veritas Leaks Phone Call From Hillary Clinton’s State Department

( Project Veritas, the undercover investigation group that has exposed several major stories of anti-conservative bias, released shocking audio from a phone call between whistle-blower Julian Assange and Hillary Clinton’s State Department this week.

The group, which was founded by James O’Keefe, released the never-before-heard call that took place before Assange and his WikiLeaks group released 251,000 US embassy cables.

In the call, lawyer Cliff Johnson at the State Department describes the efforts that Assange went to in an attempt at minimizing the damage that would be caused by releasing the cables. It shows the true nature of the relationship between Assange and Clintons’ Department.

The call was recorded on August 26, 2011. The content of the call makeS it very clear that the only US embassy cables that were published by WikiLeaks had already been leaked to the public and were available to download via torrent and through hundreds of other websites. It’s a damning blow for those who say that Assange went out of his way to put lives at risk, and shows how the Democrats cooperated with the WikiLeaks founder…despite claiming otherwise.

During the call, Assange can be heard warning the State Department that they had intelligence that information was being distributed.

“Yes, so the situation is that we have intelligence that the State Department Database Archive of 250,000 diplomatic cables including declassified cables is being spread around and is to the degree that we believe that within the next few days it will become public and we’re not sure but the timing could be imminently or within the next few days to a week. And there may be some possibility to stop it,” he said.

When Johnson asks if WikiLeaks would be the one releasing the cables, Assange told him “No.”

“No, we would not be releasing them, we are doing our usual thing of continuing on with our redaction plan, but we have in the past 24 hours released some 100,000 unclassified cables as an attempt to head off the incentives for others to release the entire archive, but I believe that nonetheless while we may have delayed things a little by doing that they will do so unless attempts are made to stop them,” he continued.

The audio proves that Assange went to a great deal of trouble to prevent the release of the full cables by others online and even tried to get members of the press to hold off from running stories about it.

The shocking audio proves that the Democrats have purposely withheld important information about the data leaks that forced Assange to seek refuge in Russia.

Could this be the beginning of a fresh push to pardon Assange?