3. Pizza is the new conspiracy theory. Enough with "Spirit Cooking." If you dig into the comments about Wikileaks, you can find a number of people who think the constant mentions of pizza are actually code for something. "No one eats this much pizza," was how on person on Twitter looked at it this morning. "What's with all the Pizza," another asks. "Who takes the time to raise $40,000 for someone and worries about pizza?"
4. Time is running out for Wikileaks. While the emails to and from John Podesta have certainly pulled the curtain back on the Clinton campaign, there has not been anything major from Hillary Clinton. None of her deleted emails from her time as Secretary of State. Several instances where the group teased supporters about emails and then didn't deliver. There are just three days left to Election Day - it's getting a little late in the game for something that would knock Clinton out of the ring.
5. Assange targets Clinton more and more. Not only has Wikileaks turned up the heat against Hillary Clinton, but so too has the group's leader, Julian Assange. In a story in the British press on Friday, Assange claimed that Trump "won't be allowed to win," as he accused Clinton and her supporters of rigging the election. "My analysis is that Trump would not be permitted to win," Assange said from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London where he has been holed up. More than happy to tweet that out was RT, the news network backed by the Kremlin: