Wikileaks’ Julian Assange is Being Moved to the United States
The plight of Julian Assange is perhaps the best example of how dangerous telling the truth is in these times. Assange has been held in captivity for years without trial. He has been denied contact with his wife and children, and the charges against him are entirely baseless.
During the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton suggested that killing him might be beneficial to her cause — and you can bet she looked into the idea when Podesta’s information was leaked to Wikileaks, Assange’s news outlet. The original charges against Assange involved the sexual assault of a woman which has never been substantiated. The timing of the accusation was clearly in reaction to the release of stories that threatened the power of his accusers.
The current charges involve espionage. These too are baseless — another response by those whose power is threatened by the reporting published in Wikileaks. Roger Stone, notably, was accused of similar charges on similarly absent evidence. He is expected to die in prison.
Perhaps you’ll remember that the American left, voters, reporters, and politicians alike all loved Assange when he was reporting on war crimes that took place under the Bush II administration. Today, they have forgotten that, just as they have forgotten their passion for opposing war. Odd, how things change. Today, the leftists that once supported Assange call him everything they call Donald Trump, and for the same reason: he threatens their power.
Speaking of Trump, we shall expect him to pardon Assange — Roger Stone too. If he does not, it will be a blight on an otherwise sterling presidency.
Here’s RT with the clip.