WikiLetdown: Julian Assange Disappoints Everyone Hoping for Hillary Clinton Leak (Video)

WikiLeaks founder disappoints Trump supporters expecting an “October Surprise” that may have harmed Clinton’s campaign

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange celebrated his site’s 10-year anniversary on Tuesday with a video showcasing the top 10 leaks from the site’s history, which disappointed everyone who was expecting a massive leak of damaging Hillary Clinton documents.

“A decade ago, we knew a lot less about the world’s leaders and institutions,” the promotional video claims before a montage of broadcasters mentioning the controversial site.

Assange also promised new information every week for the next 10 weeks, related to Google, military operations, arms trading and mass surveillance. Unfortunately for Donald Trump supporters, Tuesday’s video was not a massive anti-Clinton leaks that many conservatives expected.

Assange was originally going to make the announcement from his London balcony, but the plans were changed because of security concerns. He spoke via Skype and suggested that rumors of a leak that would destroy Clinton were the result of the media blowing things out of proportion.

“There’s been a lot of misquoting of me and WikiLeaks publications. In this particular case, the misquoting has to do with that we intend, or I intend, to harm Hillary Clinton or that I don’t like Hillary Clinton. All those are false,” Assange said. “They come about as a result it seems of this campaign and those who are trying to personalize our publications.”

Assange said that documents pertaining to the election will be released before Election Day, but added, “I feel sorry for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. They are two people that are tormented by their ambitions.”

Meanwhile, Clinton once suggested a drone strike on Assange, according to True Pundit.

Former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone tweeted earlier this week that got Trump supporters unnecessarily excited for today’s Skype conference:

WikiLeaks domain name was registered on October 4, 2006 and it has now published 10 million documents. Classified documents relating to the detention of prisoners in Guantanamo Bay and the Iraq and Afghanistan war logs are among the leaked information that Assange is the most proud of, according to the video.

As for the anniversary video, here’s a sampling of the reaction.

Watch the video above.