Wikileaks cancelled a Tuesday announcement by its founder from his usual perch on the balcony of the Ecuadorian embassy in London, citing “security concerns.” Founder Julian Assange tweeted that Hillary Clinton proposed a drone strike to kill him. In August, Assange suggested that Clinton might have been behind the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich.
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) October 3, 2016
Trump muckraker Roger Stone called the announcement “the end of Clinton’s campaign.”
Let’s get our friends and enemies straight.
Assange is an enemy of the United States. He’s confined to the friendly Ecuadorian embassy because should he leave, British authorities would immediate arrest him to face rape charges in Sweden. The U.N., which always sides with terrorists, despots, and sex offenders (despite their pabulum proclaiming the opposite), has ruled that Assange should walk free, having been subject to “deprivation of liberty.” But isn’t that the whole point of prison, where Assange should probably be serving instead of a well-provisioned flat in London?
Apparently, Assange doesn’t think it’s safe for him to leave despite the “binding” U.N. ruling. He also doesn’t think it’s safe enough to show his face in central London, two blocks from Kensington Gardens. Does he think he’s in the real-life version of “London has Fallen” where a drone strike might suddenly appear out of the clear sky?
What tools both Assange and Stone are.
This entire event is being drawn out and set up to counter Trump’s tax returns and his dismal debate performance. Watch Trump’s surrogates shift from the tax issue–which they are now spinning as an illegal disclosure by the New York Times–to what is apparently a legal hack of Hillary’s and the DNC’s emails by an international criminal organization that is just fine with Americans dying.
Any campaign that aligns itself with Assange is flirting with our enemy.