1. Far from damaging the State Department’s credibility by disclosing its internal discussions, the leaks demonstrated the consistency of its diplomats’ public and private statements. Assange deserved a medal, Rachman suggested, because the diplomatic cables depict American foreign policy as principled, intelligent, and pragmatic. “That was, perhaps, the best-kept secret of all,” he wrote.

    This and Manning’s sexual identity issues, along with WikiLeak’s ties to our alphabet spook organizations lead many to believe these were State controlled leaks. Manning becomes the first transgendered hero furthering the LBGT normalization and the State department under Hilliary appears trustworthy. Of course this could just be misinformation.

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