About Assange’s Arrest


Trump Says He Knows Nothing About WikiLeaks

By infostormer -April 12, 201912

Fresh off the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, Trump said yesterday that he knows nothing about WikiLeaks.

Either he has memory problems or he’s lying. Back in 2016 he was praising WikiLeaks for dumping emails that were extremely embarrassing to Hillary Clinton. Assange actually played a role in helping Trump get elected. Now he pretends to know nothing about it. It’s ridiculous.

The entire establishment across both parties and the Jew-run media itself is praising the arrest. Joe Manchin was on CNN actually claiming that Assange was property of the United States government.

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“It will be really good to get him back on United States soil,” says @Sen_JoeManchin on Julian Assange’s arrest.

“He is our property and we can get the facts and the truth from him.” http://cnn.it/2UsOQJc 1917:49 AM – Apr 11, 2019613 people are talking about thisTwitter Ads info and privacy

Hillary Clinton was very happy about the arrest even though she should be in prison for mishandling classified information and putting the State Department up for sale.

Tulsi Gabbard is one of the few politicians defending Assange.

Tulsi Gabbard@TulsiGabbard

The purpose of arresting #JulianAssange is to send a message to the people, especially journalists, to be quiet and don’t get out of line. If we, the people, allow the government to control us through fear, we are no longer free, we are no longer America.20.5K5:59 PM – Apr 11, 201910.9K people are talking about thisTwitter Ads info and privacy

The entire establishment hates Assange because he exposed all sorts of criminality and corruption with the United States government. The media hates him because he broke some of the most consequential stories of the past twenty years. He’s a much more relevant figure than any of the hacks in the media establishment. They’re cheering his arrest because they are jealous of his accomplishments.

Glenn Greenwald@ggreenwald · Apr 12, 2019Replying to @ggreenwald

As I saw during Snowden, many US reporters instinctively side with DOJ & cheer efforts to criminalize transparency. It’s so bizarre. But here NYT’s @ScottShaneNYT explains to his colleague that the Assange indictment includes much of what NYT reporters do https://twitter.com/ScottShaneNYT/status/1116503752700248065 …

Glenn Greenwald@ggreenwald

There is so much driving the hatred many journalists harbor for Assange. But a huge part of it is professional jealousy: WikiLeaks broke more massive stories than most of these reporters will ever get close to in their lives, all without joining their insular journalism club.2,0318:19 AM – Apr 12, 2019Twitter Ads info and privacy875 people are talking about this

Assange should be pardoned. He is being persecuted on bullshit charges because he engaged in legitimate journalist activities that embarrassed the establishment.

Unfortunately, it looks like Trump is not going to do anything. He has literally stabbed all the people who helped him get elected in the back and allowed his kike son-in-law to run policy. As it stands now it looks like he’s going to do nothing to help Assange.SHAREFacebookTwitter

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