It’s not groundbreaking news that Democrats and mainstream media have become ominously cozy, particularly during the 2016 election season. However, buried in the latest wave of WikiLeaks documents are emails exposing mainstream media's hijacking of American politics. The docs show an intense working relationship focused on ensuring the election of Hillary Rodham Clinton on Nov. 8. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange puts it like this: Reporters ‘erecting a demon’ by protecting Hillary Clinton.

Administration uses FBI and Justice Dept. as mainstream media hones talking points

While Donald Trump and his supporters are quick to point out that FBI director James Comey and Obama’s hand-picked Atty. Gen. Loretta Lynch tricked the American people and treated the Clinton campaign by not prosecuting Hillary after a year-long investigation into her email scandal, it is mainstream media tricking the American people by deploying Clinton operatives to steal an election.

Did NBC hold Trump video for October surprise?

While it isn’t being reported as the Democrats’ October surprise, most people find it interesting that NBC held onto a damaging video of Trump only to broadcast it just before the second presidential debate.

However, beyond interesting, are freshly released documents showing a New York Times reporter (then with Politico) working with Clinton’s campaign team to distribute the candidate's talking points. Buried in a trove of WikiLeaks documents released by founder Julian Assange are emails sent by Hillary Clinton’s team boasting that Maggie Haberman is an ideal “friendly journalist” for placing stories to advance Clinton campaign narratives.

While the idea that the New York Times, Politico, the three major television networks and CNN are dedicated to advancing Clinton’s campaign is hardly new, thanks to WikiLeaks, voters can see the working relationship between mainstream media and Clinton's campaign.

New York Times writer fine tuned Clinton talking points

A January 2015 campaign strategy memo noted that Haberman (now writing for theNew York Times) has a sterling record of “teeing up stories” for the Clinton campaign.

Haberman went on to distribute talking points through her articles and now continues as a New York Times scribe.

George Stephanopoulos back patted for "perfect" use of talking points

George Stephanopoulos-- former top aide for Bill Clinton turned ABC Network journalist who earns tens of millions of dollars as a television host and news anchor and contributed $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation in 2015 -- received a pat on the head from the Clinton campaign for making “perfect” use of the campaign's talking points. WikiLeaks documents show that Clinton staffers were thrilled with Stephanopoulos’ defense of Clinton during his interview with Peter Sweitzer, the author of “Clinton Cash,” a book deriding huge donations made to the Clinton’s nonprofit organization, including the 75,000 gifted by Stephanopoulos, who is moderator of ABC's This Week program.

For his part, Stephanopoulos claimed that he did not know, as a political commentator for a major television network, he should personally disclose his financial affiliations with the Clinton camp.

On August 31 during an interview on Facebook Live, Assange, hardly a Republican supporter, said, “The American liberal press, in falling over themselves to defendHillary Clinton, are erecting a demon that is going to put nooses around everyone’s necks as soon as she wins the election…”