The hacker knives are out for Hillary. Renegade computer nerds are happily dumping damaging emails all over the place - and doing so at a moment when she physically incapable of responding.
They also claim that they are saving the best for last.
I'm sure a lot of conservatives assume that the later batches will be highly classified messages that clearly damage national security.
I disagree. For most voters, Hillary's inability to handle classified information is already priced into their support. Those that care about it are already against her; those that don't, aren't going to shift if even more evidence comes out.
The recent leak of Colin Powell emails shows the real threat: People will learn that no one actually likes her.
Imagine an email coming out on the eve of a debate from someone high in Obama's inner circle, an email that basically tears Hillary to pieces for being incompetent and corrupt. Something on the order of: "Really getting tired of HRC selling access to the State Dept. Can you tell her to cut it out?"
It could also cut to her competence. "Yeah, I know State is a mess, but what can we do? We promised the bitch a job. Don't worry, she'll be leaving in a year and we can start cleaning up the mess then."
Emails like that would be lethal to her competence narrative and would throw the Dems in turmoil.
I know, many of you are thinking I'm guilty of wishful thinking. Perhaps, but we know that one of the defining characteristic of both the Clintons and the Obamas is their contempt for each other. Indeed, all of Washington pretty much loathes the rest of it, and relishes the chance to be catty. In my own political experience, I've been amazed how people who otherwise are staunch ideological allies hate each other's guts.
We know that there is no love lost between Team Clinton and Team Obama. We also know that both sides are incredibly arrogant and also very casual about what they write.
If the next Wikileaks dump really does have something game-changing, my money is that it's personally damaging rather than security-related. We'll find out soon enough.