(Tom Pappert) Tucker Carlson reveals that Mitch McConnell is blackmailing President Trump to prevent him from pardoning Assange.
(Anthony T) Julian Assange is back in the news and no it’s not a pardon. A British court ruled early Monday that Assange’s mental health was not in a condition to go through an extradition process back to the United States to stand a trial.
(Ryan Delarme) It’s been a freak year, but you don’t need us to tell you that. The world is holed-up amid a mass mental breakdown, though some are handling it better than others. Some have stuck their heads so far into the sand they can see China, others are biting their nails frantically waiting for any shred of good news. And then there’s the digital soldier vanguard; stoic and unwavering, the ones who would willingly go down with the ship if that is indeed what America comes to. We are certainly witnessing strange days, I doubt anyone would challenge that, in fact, it might be the only thing that everyone can agree on.
(Cassandra Fairbanks) Project Veritas has obtained a never before heard phone call between Julian Assange and Hillary Clinton’s State Department from prior to the publication of 251,000 US embassy cables that the WikiLeaks founder has now been charged with releasing.
(Cassandra Fairbanks) Julian Assange formally requested a pardon from President Donald Trump on Tuesday morning, the Gateway Pundit can now reveal.
(Kevin Gosztola) On this edition of the “Dissenter Weekly,” host and Shadowproof editor Kevin Gosztola comments on the raid that Florida state agents conducted against COVID-19 data whistleblower Rebekah Jones.
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(John Vibes) At a recent extradition hearing for Julian Assange, a psychiatrist testified that the embattled Wikileaks founder is experiencing strong hallucinations and is at a high risk of suicide. Professor Michael Kopelman, an emeritus professor of neuropsychiatry at King’s College London, said that Assange has been hearing voices and has confessed to a priest that he was making preparations to kill himself. These preparations included drafting his will and writing a goodbye letter to his family and friends.
(Max Blumenthal) Despite being spied on and having their privacy invaded by the UC Global firm that targeted Assange, reporters from major US news outlets have said nothing in protest. Meanwhile, new evidence of that firm’s CIA links has emerged.
(Peter Beaumont) WikiLeaks founder was asked to reveal source of leak damaging to Hillary Clinton, hearing told.
(Joe Hoft) President Trump offered Julian Assange a deal if he were to disclose his source of the DNC emails released before the 2016 election.
(Joe Hoft) Famous Director Oliver Stone was on Watters’ World tonight and he expressed his thoughts on the Deep State Intel community and their actions related to Julian Assange.
(Craig Murray) Today expecting to be awed by the majesty of the law, and left revolted by the sordid administration of injustice. There is a romance which attaches to the Old Bailey. The name of course means fortified enclosure and it occupies a millennia old footprint on the edge of London’s ancient city wall. It is the site of the medieval Newgate Prison, and formal trials have taken place at the Old Bailey for at least 500 years, numbering in the hundreds of thousands. For the majority of that time, those convicted even of minor offences of theft were taken out and executed in the alleyway outside. It is believed that hundreds, perhaps thousands, lie buried under the pavements.
(Arjun Walia) Julian Assange’s legal battle to avoid US extradition to the United States for leaking classified information has begun. The latest news is that “English judge Vanessa Baraitser warns the most famous publisher/journalist in the world – Julian Assange, tortured by UK authorities according to the UN – not to speak again or be removed entirely from the court and be tried for his life in his absence,” according to Afshin Rattansi, a British broadcaster, journalist and author.
(John Vibes) Julian Assange is not in good shape, according to his partner Stella Moris, who was recently able to visit him in prison for the first time in nearly six months. Moris had a 20-minute meeting with Assange at the Belmarsh Prison in south-east London, where he is currently being held. The couple’s two young children also came to meet their father, but everyone had to wear masks, and visitors were not allowed to touch one another.
“In a time of universal deceit — telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” -George Orwell Poet Ulonda Faye wrote the following poem as motivation for all truth-tellers and supporters of Julian Assange. Be sure to support her and her work on Instagram during this time of “universal deceit” and continue to keep Julian Assange […]