Friday saw three surprises. The first was WikiLeaks' reveal of "The Podesta Emails," named after Hillary's campaign chair and Washington power broker, John Podesta. Included in these emails are snippets of Hillary's expensive speeches to banking giants. These are the speeches that Hillary refuses to make public, the ones Bernie inveighed against in the primary. Hillary has kept them under wraps for good reason. They confirm the worst suspicions about the Clintons serving the top tenth of the 1%. Hillary favors the Trans Pacific-Partnership trade deal; she thinks the 2008 banking crisis was overly politicized; and she thinks there are too many barriers to the rich serving in government.
To throw a wet blanket on the Assange October Surprise, spook-in-chief James Clapper issued a statement identifying the Russian government as the agent behind recent hacks of Democrat operatives. Call it a counter-surprise.
Then of course there is the "mother of all surprises," Trump's "grab them by the pussy" comment, gathering dust since 2005 but conveniently brushed up and presented as breaking news the same day as evidence surfaced of Hillary's performing fellatio for Lloyd Blankfein.
What a bunch of surprises. I would be surprised if we weren't in store for more this month.