Intensely Interesting – Julian Assange Interview With Sean Hannity (Video)…

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange sat down with Fox News Sean Hannity for a very interesting, compelling and wide-ranging interview.  Hannity traveled to London to interview Assange.

If you did not watch it as broadcast here’s the video.  Strongly recommended:

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456 Responses to Intensely Interesting – Julian Assange Interview With Sean Hannity (Video)…

  1. Shirley32 says:

    I can’t stand to watch Hannity because he continually interrupts his guests. However, I’m glad I watched this interview because it confirmed my notion that Julian Assange tells the truth. Lots of people should be worried about now.

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    • petszmom says:

      totally agree…what a unique and gifted man julian assange is and i respect him tremendously. i wonder how this interview would have turned out if 1. they just let julian speak by himself 2. kept sean at home and allowed a real journalist to interview him (whomever that would be). i find it hard to believe i had to listen to sean ask the same question for what seemed 4 times in a row. he is an embarrassment to fox.

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      • kimosaabe says:

        I find it perplexing you bash one of the very few major media personalities that was not only fair to Trump but didn’t mind showing that he was pro Trump throughout the election cycle. SMDH

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        • petszmom says:

          i am discussing his style of interviewing. i suppose it is alright for some people to allow interruptions, stepping on conversations, repeating themselves ad nauseum, and that sad part about his sexual accusations (what did THAT have to do with national security? i guess it was fun watching julian become emotional about his children, huh?) i am in no way casting aspersions on the one of the very few interviewers that went to bat for trump. i know he likes trump and voted for him. one has nothing to do with the other. SMDH.

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          • This was the best interview I’ve seen Sean Hannity do. Minimal disruptions. Solid content. Logic. Fairness. I commend him for bringing up the accusations. To not being it up would have been wrong.

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          • Sean’s passion and impatience sometimes gets the best of him, leading to interruptions to proceed down paths he wants to press. We can only imagine the pressures he’s often getting from within the Fox hierarchy.

            I’ll embrace the passion and live with the interruptions, crediting Hannity with getting an interview no one else could.

            Here’s hoping that Sean reads CTH – or at least this tread – and appreciates the possibilities that might arise if he gives his interviewees a little more rope to run with.

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          • Give it Time says:

            Re: the sexual allegation question. It was incredibly important to ask and allow Mr Assange to answer this question. The reason for the sexual allegations in the first place were to silence and discredit Assange. Mr Hannity needed to ask it so that when this interviewed aired the other pundits couldn’t just say “oh that dudes a liar and rapist”.

            Re: Mr Hannity’s cutting off interviewees. Completely agree it is his most annoying habit.

            The above noted this was a very significant interview and kudos to Mr Hannity for working on his time off. Much like Mr Trump this man does work hard and flying to London, going thru the security and getting an in person interview like this is huge.

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        • mariner says:

          What you say about Hannity’s support for Trump is true, and I appreciate that support.

          Unfortunately petzmom’s points are also true. He’s rude to his guests and a lousy interviewer.

          As a speaker Hannity is on balance good for conservatives; as an interviewer he isn’t, and saying so isn’t basing him.

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          • El Torito says:

            Fair enough, but the reality is that CTH aside, Hannity is a champion for Conservative causes and there are too few options making it kid of absurd to complain about his style. It gives the appearance of intentionally clouding the issues and info Sundance gives to us. Sundance puts these articles out so people can learn from the information contained in them. So to reply with pages of rants over style points (even unintentionally) screams of “look – a squirrel.”

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        • Coast says:

          Same here. My issue with Hannity was his support of the rotten person named Bush.

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    • NYGuy54 says:

      Nope. They don’t care what he says. The argument is now that Russian agents gave the material to the people that gave it to Assange.

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    • yy4u says:

      Shirley32 — I’m on the same page as you. Sean Hannity gets great guests but then only teases them with a question he/himself wants to answer. He tried it last night with Assange — asked him a question, then when Assange paused to take a breath, jumped in and answered the question himself. I snarled at the TV. But then Assange seemed catch on (he’s smarter than the average person I suspect) and refused to let Sean answer the question but rather kept talking. It sometimes made for not being able to understand either of them but eventually Sean did shut up. Hannity could have a GREAT program if he’d learn to ask questions and then allow the guests to answer them. If he wants to pontificate on HIS opinions for an hour, don’t invite the guests.

      On his regular show he likes to invite to opposition guests then let them rage at each other. I hate that and always change channels. That seems to be Fox’s formula to be “fair and balanced” but it isn’t a debate it’s more like a shouting match. Tucker seems to have found a different format — he lets the lefty make a fool of him/herself and sits there smiling while s/he does.

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    • Sherlock says:

      His interrupting is a horrible habit. I like him, but it’s been his habit for years. He interrupts friend and foe alike, making his interviews were choppy and steered. It is good to interrupt dissemblers and dodgers, but if you invite a friendly on, and don’t let him get out his first sentence, you are simply interviewing yourself.

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      • Lou Dobbs does the same thing. He interrupts and steps on people speaking. They, as hosts, have points they want to make and a limited time to make their points. It is their show and the guests are there at their invitation. I believe that Lou Dobbs’ and Sean Hannity’s efforts were paramount in the election of Donald Trump. I, for one, thank them both profusely.

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        • Sherlock says:

          No question that Dobbs and Hannity were significant factors this election.

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        • Smplyamsd says:

          Lou Dobbs is the man ! He should get much more respect for the heavy lifting he has done over the years to inform people and fight back against the leftists and the establishment. During the first Bush Amnesty push I went to my leftist Senators office to express my displeasure in person, and I ended up in a debate with one of the Senators union “outreach” thugs. Eventually he got frustrated with my ability to brutally refute everyone of the packaged pro-amnesty lies, strawmen, and half-truths he used and he asked where did I get this information (so that he could then attack the source of my facts rather than the facts). I was able to point to the TV on the wall that of course had CNN on, but by luck Lou Dobbs show was on and say “right there, your voice of authority: CNN”. CNN drove Lou out not to soon after.

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    • Anita says:

      There is so much to cover on any given day. Instead of the cramming so much into one show, where time restraints create shouting matches or the host speaking over guests…I ‘d like to see Tucker cover a couple topics in depth, then O’Reily cover a couple in depth, repeat the same at the 9pm slot, then same with Hannity at 10. Then maybe we could see real journalism come back to life.

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    • pattyloo says:

      Assange came off very intelligent and informed. My favorite part was in the beginning when he said that Clinton’s exaggerated polling numbers caused fewer $$ to flow into her campaign. Even the ‘powers that be’ believed the BS that she was actually ahead, so they didn’t have to put more money into it. Assange said that if the polling had been accurate, they would probably have paid billions more to get her elected, and would have succeeded. i just love the irony that they were trying to dupe voters with those fake polls and that duped their contributors!

      Agree Hannity interrupts and puts words in the interviewee’s mouth. He’ll ask a question and then list 2 or 3 multiple choice answers. Assange several times cut through that crap. Assange also took over the interview several times, not allowing Hannity to change subjects.

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  2. redlegleader68 says:

    Thanks, Sundance for this thread today. Couple of things:

    The Boss’ comment just above is very telling to me … something’s afoot (in a good way) so let’s just give the cake time to bake.

    On the Palin tweet ref this subject, I totally agree that she showed real courage and character in offering a public apology. I completely disagree however on the Snowden angle. Most anything by Oliver Stone is suspect to begin with and I will always consider Snowden nothing more than a total Traitor to our country.

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    • Deb says:

      I appreciate whistle blowing, but not the way Snowden went about it. If he truly feared for his safety I understand, but there are better ways to get the info out. Of course, Snowden doesn’t seem like the brightest guy. And Oliver Stone is a bit unbalanced.

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      • John Galt says:

        Snowden strikes me as a possible false flag – double agent. Reveals absolutely nothing new, then flees to Russia.

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        • Deb says:

          I view him as dumb, but the possibility of a false flag is one to be considered. If it was a false flag, whom did it serve? Russia? Don’t forget Russia was not his first destination.

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      • yy4u says:

        ” If he truly feared for his safety I understand, but there are better ways to get the info out.”

        How?

        Keep in mind what happens to other whistleblowers.

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        • David says:

          There was no better way to get the information out. It made national headlines with a gripping plot as he raced across the world evading Obama’s clutches, and sparked a national discussion. It forced government officials to go on TV and publicly discuss what the government had previously been doing behind the scenes while lying about it.

          The only better way to have done it would been to have invented a mental telepathy machine that would allow Snowden to mentally link with a few hundred million people and directly download his knowledge into their brains in the permanent, long-term memory folders.

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    • PatriotKate says:

      One only needs to look at the history of what happens to attempted whistleblowers in our government, particularly the last 8 years under Obama. There’s numerous stories available about government employees being targeted because they challenged the government’s narrative. He went after more of them than all other previous Presidents combined and used the Espionage act charges more as well. If Snowden is legitimate, he would have seen what happened to others, so he knew what he had to do.

      Check out William Binney, who created some of the programs that Snowden revealed as well as some others. Don’t discount the possibility that Snowden was one of the White Hats within trying to get the information out.

      IMO Oliver Stone, with caution, is someone who has been attempting to get the truth out for decades. The public should have raised holy hell over the Kennedy assassination.

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      • Deb says:

        I’m not judging Snowden’s motives, but the way he went about it could have damaged our national security. There are smarter ways to do things.

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        • David says:

          “There are smarter ways to do things.”

          I will concede that inventing a mental telepathy machine that allowed hundreds of millions of people to simultaneously gain Snowden’s knowledge would, indeed, have been a “smarter” way to do it. Unfortunately in this case, “smarter” would require divine levels of omniscience, and thus is beyond the capability of human beings.

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      • redlegleader68 says:

        With ALL due respect, PatriotKate, I totally disagree.

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        • PatriotKate says:

          I don’t think any of us really knows and the criticism about Snowden is that much of what was revealed (if not all) was already known. It did, however, bring it into the public consciousness and awareness unlike it had been before. The fact some of the other whistleblowers support his efforts lends more credence (IMO) to his authenticity.

          One thing I have learned to do over my years of digging deep down the rabbit hole is to accept the fact that I was previously programmed to accept a certain narrative. That has been blown out of the water and those previously portrayed as conspiracy “theorists” were in fact telling the truth.

          I’ll agree to disagree because we don’t know. However, my gut tells me that there’s many WH’s trying to help.

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      • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

        “The public should have raised holyhell over the Kennedy assassination.”

        The Crooked Media was never going to expose Oswald’s communist entanglements
        and that’s why the Left has been promoting various conspiracy theories ever since.

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      • yy4u says:

        PatriotKate — they ask us to believe them instead of our eyes and ears. I’m willing to believe Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated John Kennedy, but do I have to believe the super bullet theory, too? I’m willing to believe Seth Rich was murdered by a mugger but they shouldn’t have told me the mugger didn’t take anything. I’m willing to believe John Hinckley was in love with Jodie Foster but do I have also to agree that he should now be free because he is no longer dangerous. Doesn’t that suggest that he had it in for Reagan and nobody else? If so, doesn’t that put the Jodie Foster theory into question?

        One thing I’m not willing to believe is that Russia hacked the DNC to get Trump elected because Obama has delivered Putin everything he (Putin) wants (Syria, Crimea, the Middle East, the struggles in Ukraine) and he’d have no reason not to believe Hillary wouldn’t do the same (Benghazi, reset, Crimea, Ukraine, the Middle East). We can eat an elephant one bite at a time, but when they shove the whole elephant down our throats, we tend to gag.

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    • Give it Time says:

      I disagree and will suggest you try putting your feet in his shoes in that situation (Snowden). Our government has moved on from Snowden and is currently tracking everything that travels through the “internet”. What has it gotten us?

      The information Snowden provided at a minimum shined a spot light on the absolute tyranny going on.

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  3. LM says:

    My heart goes out to Julian Assange. His situation is deserving of our prayers and support.

    The extraordinary gentleman who we elected has a compassionate heart and a way to get things done…he also listens to our concerns. 😉

    I think it is interesting to mark those who are calling Assange a liar and saying that he cannot know who the source’s source is. These people are willfully choosing to believe the same people who said that Benghazi was the result of a video (Obama, CIA, and Clintons) over a man who has sacrificed nearly everything to make sure that people receive the truth.

    I have little remaining respect for John Bolton.

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  4. georgiafl says:

    I’m hoping Wikileaks can shed some light on the NATO financial auditor guy who was murdered. http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2016/12/nato_auditor_found_apparently_murdered.html

    This story deserves more attention.

    Since that death, McCain and his acolytes have been strutting around defending NATO and deprecating Trump’s astute assessment of NATO’s record.

    Being of a well-warranted suspicious mind about McCain, I would say that there are some serious malfeasances and subversive distributions of NATO resources (funds, arms, personnel) – likely to our enemies (ISIS, etc).

    I’m beginning to H8 these GOP criminals as much as the DNC criminals.

    DRAIN THE SWAMP can’t happen soon enough.

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  5. boutis says:

    Kelly Anne Conway, I think it was yesterday, said that Trump would continue his use of private intelligence. It is obvious he has used these services for decades for his international business. He also said he knew stuff. Just what stuff was not divulged.

    PE Trump said he was going to weigh in on the “Russian hacking” after a brief from his official government intelligence sources on Tuesday or Wednesday. Itwas cancelled and Comey and Clapper want to do it personally on Friday. Why? http://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/03/us/politics/trump-russian-hacking.html?hpw&rref=politics&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&module=well-region&region=bottom-well&WT.nav=bottom-well&_r=0 I think they know the jig is up and they are being exposed as politicized liars who work for Obama and not the American people. Trump tweeted “The “Intelligence” briefing on so-called “Russian hacking” was delayed until Friday, perhaps more time needed to build a case. Very strange!” Trump knows why.

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    • Sherlock says:

      Yes, this is interesting.

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    • Lucille says:

      Those are two Obama sycophants have served evil for years and are not to be trusted under any circumstances. I hope President-Elect Trump has both of them patted down and put through a metal device when they meet with him. Is the briefing going to be on Trump turf or Obama turf? Do the Secret Service agents have full security clearance so they can be in on the meeting and protect our soon-to-be leader of the free world? I would put nothing past these Administration lackeys.

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  6. nova cop says:

    One giant leap forward in making journalism great again would be to establish a new journalism school: The Assange School of Journalism. It should be attached to a major non-politicized university and endowed by prominent conservatives.

    Young conservative students seeking a journalism career would flock there.

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    • liberty, not license says:

      Hillsdale College had and probably still has a journalism track, along with providing an excellent well-rounded liberal arts education, and there are no special snowflakes. Freshmen are informed they don’t know much of anything but will learn. One professor told the class, “If I had wanted your opinion, I would have given it to you.” Ouch! Tough love, indeed. Great, great education.

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  7. truthandjustice says:

    So happy to see he is still alive and….gave this interview. Yes, I believe him and think Trump will pardon and help him when he can.

    Interesting interview via Alex Jones yesterday with ex-Intel (Black Ops Commander) Steve Pieczenik re update on the “White Hat” Intel/military people’s counter coup to the Clinton machine against Trump. Says one of their goals was to destroy Dem party where they are impotent and they’ve accomplished that. Has some interesting info also re Hillary/Bill’s connections with the Communist Chinese, why Bill went to see Lynch on her airplane, along with other tidbits about Sam Walton, WalMart. Have again warned “them” re Russia (or anything else to stop Trump).
    Just very interesting, encouraging stuff……….

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    • toriangirl says:

      Steve Pieczenik made some questionable statements pre-election. Personally, I am cautious about believing what he says.

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      • Athena the Warrior says:

        I don’t trust him because right after the election when PE Trump began to put his Cabinet together, Steve went on Alex Jones’s show and started making a list of people who “they wanted” in certain positions. That was no better than others trying to create a shadow government of control.

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    • zephyrbreeze says:

      The man has had ties to the Deep State for close to 50 years. Could be psy-ops to mislead us, but I think not. Alex trusts him.

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    • Lucille says:

      There are already conspiracy theorists who believe Assange is dead and that was a fake interview. Good grief!

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  8. Kristin says:

    He had a difficult moment when talking about his two children. Who wouldn’t. Bless him and I hope the Trump Administration can do something about it.

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  9. yy4u says:

    I was neutral on Snowden until I thought about the Boston Marathon bombing.

    Snowden published how NSA was spying inside the USA. The gov went ballistic saying NSA needed this to prevent terrorism. Then the Boston Marathon bombing occurred, and we learned that not only did the NSA spying NOT prevent the bombing, Russia had INFORMED the authorities to be on the lookout for the Tsarnaev brothers BEFORE the bombing. So it spying on everyone did NOT prevent the Marathon bombing even when the authorities were warned in advance. So what IS the purpose of spying on all of us INSIDE the US if not to prevent this kind of thing?

    Then there is the Obama Administration which seems to worry more about political opponents than terrorists or foreign nationals. Add in Hillary’s comment that the Republicans were the “biggest danger” and I began to wonder whether what Snowden was telling us was that we have developed a government that spies ON ITS OWN PEOPLE like any dictatorship.

    Snowden should be pardoned.

    Re Assange. I paid little attention to Wikileaks when it all started. I watched Fox so bought into the “party line” that he was a bad guy. I even believed the sexual harassment accusation. Now I wonder. Isn’t “sexual harassment” the accusation this administration uses against those it perceives as a danger? Herman Caine — sexual harassment; Donald Trump — sexual harassment. So I no longer believe the sexual harassment charge either. So far as Wikileaks exposing sensitive data — Assange answered that question last night. They withhold if someone’s life might be in danger. Like many here, I believe our Government is one single party — the two sides fighting over the little stuff (abortion, education, taxes) while they agree on the big stuff — open borders, globalism, constant war with somebody) and Assange represents a danger to the UniParty so they are aligned against him. Witness how the GOP has joined with the Democrats over the Wikileaking of Podesta’s email. No light between them on this BIG issue, is there? “Russia did it” and Assange and Putin (the main players cannot be believed). They know there is no way to prove a negative.

    Assange is not a good speaker but he did make a good case for himself. The Democrats with the help of their Republican friends are trying to delegitimize Donald Trump’s presidency because he poses a danger to the BIG issues (open borders, Globalism, the lowering of living standards of America’s working and middle classes to appease to rest of the world).

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  10. dustahl says:

    Hannity is a lot smarter than most people think. Yes, Hannity is passionate and needs to rein himself in a little but love the passion

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  11. zephyrbreeze says:

    WAR GAMES US sends special forces to RUSSIAN BORDER as Nato is poised to strike back against Vladimir Putin’s ‘aggression’

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/2531054/america-special-forces-russian-border-lithuania-obama-putin/

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    • georgiafl says:

      THIS. IS. Serious.

      Obama/McCain cabal trying to provoke a war, stop Trump’s inauguration and exposure of their crimes?

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      • freddy says:

        Yes Putin leveled Aleppo and ran off McCains moderate Syrian army… That’s why he’s pi$$ed plus he wants a diversion from how bad Putin Iran and Assad kick a$$ and held peace talks not allowing Lurch to be in om it…….McCain is too old to be holding a sensitive position with Armed Forces…….If he can burn Putin and get Trump in the snare at the same time he believes that would be great….Only problem we are waiting for him now and watching and got his number………..We won but now we have to watch 24/7 the RINO betrayers like Ryan… Much more dangerous than Chucky Schumer or Nancy

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  12. saveedra says:

    Free Julian Assange!

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  13. paper doll says:

    President Trump’s tweets about this interview are masterful…and he set it up with his earlier tweet about the ” intell” delay…..now the lame stream must talk about what Assange says about the source….before they just didn’t mention it or him….Amazing. How many times have we seen President Trump wack a mole the lame stream in their drive to damaged him? lol

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  14. MR52 says:

    We need to start a thread of bonehead password. I hear Hillary’s was 12345678.

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    • Tejas Rob says:

      That dumbass John Podesta still didn’t change the password on his phone even after the wiki-leak stuff came out and his PW was known to all. One of the 4chan kids used it to hack into his phone, access his twitter account and post this.

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  15. highdezertgator says:

    SpinMedia tries to discredit Wikileaks because they are tools of the Russkys… hence covering there own “acts of espionage” by “hacking” the election which is “the story”.
    Why? Because Globalist Totalitarianism depends on people not waking up and admitting they are on the wrong road! (i.e. all those discrediting Assange / Wikileaks… even Laura Ingraham!… under the guise of protecting national security!)
    Lies, lies
    I can’t believe a word you say
    Lies, lies
    “The longer we continue to make the wrong decisions, the more our heart hardens; the more often we make the right decisions, the more our heart softens–or better perhaps, comes alive…Most people fail at the art of living not because they are inherently bad or so without will that they cannot lead a better life; they fail because they do not wake up and see when they stand at a fork in the road and have to decide. They are not aware when life asks them a question, and when they still have alternative answers. Then with each step along the wrong road it becomes increasingly difficult for them to admit that they are on the wrong road.”
    Quote from Erich Fromm, The Heart of Man: Its Genius for Good and Evil:
    Scott Peck says, in his book, People of the Lie pp.81-82

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  16. gary says:

    If Assange reads our comments, I would tell him to hire someone who can teach him how to get his points out in more polished way in interviews.

    It is a skill he needs to develop and learn from experts in the field. He has to learn timing, how to look into the camera, how to sit up straight and come across more to the point.

    Maybe learn how to joke around a little to become a little more human. Maybe Trump could teach him as a tit-for-tat for helping Trump in winning the election.

    Assange comes across as an introvert, and he has problems communicating verballing with people. He seems like a very shy person. He is amazing person and would like him to learn video presentation.

    Peace to you Assange and thank you for helping our Country.

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    • LM says:

      I believe that what we might be seeing in Assange is the result of a brilliant mind grappling with the effects of prolonged deprivation of sunlight, socialization, proper exercise and nutrients,

      I hope not, but if this is the case we will likely see improvements as soon as his situation is rectified, and all the more reason for humanitarian intervention. ❤️

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    • The Fighting Man says:

      He is a hunted person, angry at those who threaten his family and terrified for his loved ones and their safety. That he cannot go to their rescue without being renditioned by OUR government is pure evil. No doubt he is under a lot of pressure himself. Ecuador’s prez loved Hilldog and supported her. No doubt Assange is concerned for his own safety as well. After all, they did cut his internet access, the !@#$%$&ds.

      As to the introvert part…I am a first class introvert. I hate having to meet strangers and make small talk and try to remember their names. It is meaningless blather. Get to the point and don’t bother me with how the wife and kids are and where you vacationed. I don’t care. I won’t bother you with my trivial life, either.

      I have no friends. I go to work and do what I am paid to do. I go home to my son. I get on the Internet and work for liberty (unless I’m on a hot trail writing another liberty loving novel). I can bet you dollars to donuts Julian is the same way. We are here for one reason. Liberty. The rest is noise.

      You can’t see how the forest works if you are always concerned with the other trees and what they are wearing, doing, posting, marrying, divorcing, etc. Actually, all of that is white noise and irrelevant except to the people involved. It is meaningless.

      Julian, my brother, be safe, be well, and know we will out these ‘E’ dregs harming you in any way we can the very second we do not get proof of life. I am relieved to finally see you alive again. Stay strong and keep releasing the ‘E’-killing information. We’ll take it from there.

      Signed,

      TFM

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    • Tejas Rob says:

      Assange comes across as an introvert, and he has problems communicating verballing with people. He seems like a very shy person.

      He’s a computer geek which doesn’t lend itself to being full of personality. Plus, the guy has been locked up in that embassy for years, I’m pretty sure he’s getting a little batty by now.

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      • Abster says:

        Gosh, you really have to worry about his health. Being unable to have daylight, sunshine, fresh air has got to cause all kinds of problems – physical, mental and emotional. Sure hope once a Trump is in office, he can help this patriot.

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    • Arjun says:

      He is not running for any office nor auditioning for Hollywood. He is who he is, and that is it. How did public officals with great smile, lovely personality and charm work out? Yeah, substance over style, anyday. They both rarely come together, but when they do you have DJT.

      Some cannot grasp the extreme pressure he is under and the courage it took for him to accomplish what he has. Very few have the courage to put themselves out there like he has, let alone withstand the pressure and ill will he has endured.

      Considering the circumstances, he looks good and does well, IMHO.

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      • In addition to some of the wise commentary about Assange above, we need to remember he is also a journalist, better known as a reporter. Being one myself and having many reporter friends of both sexes, I can say his attire, attitude, introverted personality, and high intelligence are common denominators.

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  17. The harshest Red Pill is when you find out that your government has been doing things that are counter to your interest.

    We’re all the descendants of people who went along with the dominant social power narrative. We’re hard wired to believe our leaders and defend our tribe.

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    • The Fighting Man says:

      Just tell yourself that those ‘E’ dregs are NOT your leaders. They are your servants that you elected from a slate of dregs to do YOUR will. That should go a long way to helping your outlook.

      I do not know if the dregs I am presented to elect are part of my tribe or not. I didn’t get a DNA sample, but my guess is that they are not. Therefore, I have no use for them and give them NO respect other than the human respect all men are due unless they prove otherwise.

      “Wy frij Friesen sil nea knibbelje, Noardseegermanen bin ivich frij!”

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      • The servant politician narrative is relatively new in human history and almost exclusively American.

        We have evolved over hundreds of thousands of years to be the servants of power.

        Hard for most Normies to overcome that.

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        • Deb says:

          In Christianity, those in power are meant to serve others, even while being served. We are all called to serve in whatever capacity we are able to.

          It’s why Christ washed the feet of the Apostles.

          Obviously, as with all belief systems, those who want money and power will simply abuse it to their own ends. But while Christianity was the dominate cultural force, our leaders had to at least pay lip service to it. And there were many sincere monarchs who did see their role as a servant and try to fulfill it, see King Edward the Confessor of England or Saint Margaret Queen of Scotland. The collapse of Christendom means more and more of our leaders simply use “compassion” and “caring” as a facade, fewer and fewer people sincerely care about serving their fellow man.

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  18. fedback says:

    Paul Ryan has called Assange a Putin sycophant

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  19. Beniah says:

    Didn’t watch , probably won’t as I’ll get my briefing here but did Shem mention how he’s almost a black belt and one of the roughest toughest guys anywhere ? If so , did it come up more then once ?

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  20. MR52 says:

    From Huffy post

    “The FBI and Department of Homeland Security released an extensive report last week, detailing their evidence that Russia was behind the attacks. ”

    Geez, I wonder what other “extensive” reports they have. I sure hope this “victim” PC stuff is now over.

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    • paper doll says:

      That must be the hefty 13 page ” report” which has a” we don’t know nuthin ” disclaimer on its cover

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      • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

        Rather short isn’t it.

        For all the months they have supposedly been monitoring and collecting data, it’s like the CIA turned in a measly, short 1 paragraph term paper in their senior, English capstone college course.

        CIA you FLUNK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  21. kimosaabe says:

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  22. daizeez says:

    Sarah Palin has an apology to Julian Assange on her FB page, for misjudging him.
    https://www.facebook.com/sarahpalin

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  23. GAPTOG says:

    The mouth pieces of MSM and ‘powers that be’ argue round and round about ‘Russians hacking’ but they all avoid the bigger picture – that which was actually exposed… TRUTHS as Julian himself says in the interview: ‘The true statements of Podesta and Hillary and Debbie Wasserman are what changed the election’!!! Assange goes on to say: ‘What if wikileaks had the info that Wasserman Schultz helped rig the primary with Bernie Sanders and failed to release it until after the election?’ He continues: ‘That would be an absolute unconscionable act’!! TRUTH!! This man has more integrity than our current government leadership. Shame on this Administration. Thank God PE Trump was elected! As Bannon says: Let us Deplorables continue to keep watch and hold the new Administration accountable. I pray PE Trump remains the White Hat he is! I believe he will. Let us pray for Assange and his family. I’m sorry for his sacrifice for the TRUTH, but nothing gets past God: ‘One can be a hypocrite before man, but not before God, Everything is uncovered and laid bare before Him, nothing hidden, He knows our every thought and intention.’ Seems to me Assange has not much to worry about, versus all those with such dirty, sick souls.

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  24. spanglishkc says:

    I caught this last night. One of Hannity’s best interviews….finally

    I years past I was not sure about Assange…meaning was he one of the good guys etc. I was probably relying on the media (Fox included) at the time to really dig deep and learn more.

    Assange came across as genuine, truthful and believable. Politically I probably don’t agree with him but I don’t have a problem with that as long as you are not a liar, schemer or deceiver.

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      Do you remember how Snowdow commented that the American People just couldn’t imagine all the Fed. Government was doing (obviously evil, illegal things)?

      He knew he would be murdered by Obama, DNC, Hillary, or the secret alphabet soup agencies, imo……if he didn’t flee their evil country.

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  25. kimosaabe says:

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      Where is that clip of Harry Reid telling the CIA, NSA, FBI, etc. to give nothing but the most outrageous lying info to Donald Trump?

      I think Sundance posted it some time in the past.

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  26. velvetfoot says:

    Mark Steyn, substituting for Rush, is a pisser. The Russians hacked Mariah Carey’s mic.

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  27. kimosaabe says:

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  28. entagor says:

    If you locate ex NSA whistleblower Edward Binney in Wikipedia you see why Snowden had to plan to leave the country

    http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/nsa-whistleblower-william-binney-wins-2015-sam-adams-award-1484867

    Binney and Thomas Drake were highly credentialed whistleblowers before Snowden, and the fires they started were stamped out by the political-news complex. What happened to them was a lesson for Snowden.

    Snowden, with lesser credentials,got the eyes and the ears of the nation by fleeing. The viciousness of various public figures towards Snowden is what made me look twice at his information. Snowden convinced me. What they did to him scared me

    We needed Snowden to break the mass hypnosis performed on the American people
    Snowden needed the examples of Binney et al to convince him to make an escape plan. Together they gave credibility to Wikileaks

    Without Binney they might have buried Snowden. Without Snowden, they might have buried Assange. without Assange ….. tragedy

    Steve Pieczenik has amazing credentials in wikipedia. Oieczenik put a presentation on youtube Nov 1, 2017 titled “The Hillary Clinton Takeover of the United States ”

    At about 1:58 Pieczenik says ‘this is the first time in history that a coup was initiated through the internet, and a counter coup was initiated in the internet, I am just a small part of something bigger than myself. It was the brave men and women of the FBI and CIA …[ … ] … and we decided there was something we had to do to save the Republic …”

    This could be a misinformation plant, but the history of the whistleblowers suggests it would take insiders to supply Assange with the most effective data, at the most effective time.

    There is another interview with Pieczenik in which he says Assange should get a pardon, but not Snowden, because Snowden revealed information that caused damage to people in the field – however, Pieczenik continued that Snowden should get the best lawyers in America – like Ollie North. I agree. That would be the way to bring Snowden back. I owe him big time. I would chip in for a lawyer

    Without Binney, Clark, Snowden, Assange, and an unnamed cast of insiders, we would have lost our nation this election.

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  29. Stephen says:

    Really, the problem isn’t that the media is corrupt but that Americans’ minds are corrupt—and it’s getting worse by the day.

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  30. LBB says:

    Assange to sue CNN for defamation due to labeling him a pedophile . Seen on OAN crawler, but noticed Wikileaks tweeted about it to.
    This whole topic is going to get exposed one way or another.

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  31. Bull Durham says:

    The MSM and the Liberals and Intel agencies are after Assange with really slimy FakeNews.
    Pedophilia falsity. Naturally, projecting on others what they are doing.

    Assange is a marked man. Snipers outside, libel and scandal destroying him and WikiLeaks.
    Don’t let this happen.

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-01-04/wikileaks-sue-cnn-defamation

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  32. Lucille says:

    Can you imagine the pressure Ecuador is under to turn Assange over? Pray for the continued fortitude of the governmental leaders of 16 million souls.

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  33. georgiafl says:

    Putin has said all along ISIS is a US invention.
    Sundance has shown us videos and photos of McCain and Kinzinger with Al Baghdadi and other ISIS leaders.
    All evidence, including US weapons and other supplies found in ISIS territory point to McCain/Obama/Clinton/McMullin aid/arming/advising barbaric/evil ISIS – thus complicit/accomplices in ISIS heinous acts.

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    • Bull Durham says:

      The US helped create AQ in Afghanistan to fight the Soviet Union. We helped the Saudis send Wahhabis from 50 countries to the two wars in Chechnya to fight Russia.

      Now in the Middles East and North Africa (MENA) we have used AQ and ISIS to destabilize regimes in Libya, Tunisia, Egypt, Syria, Yemen, and Iraq. The care and nurturing of Wahhabi Salafists is well documented everywhere in the world except in our MSM.

      Presently, since the coup, the US has been using Gulenists, Kurds and ISIS to destabilize Erdogan.

      We have tried in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan with ISIS terrorists just recently to create terror events.

      This is what our CIA, State Dept. and units of military (arms supply and logistics) are doing in various Islamic regions. Pouring fuel, setting fires and creating chaos.

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  34. Scott Vega says:

    Assange is my new Hero

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  35. dianeax says:

    I think the optics of Hannity sitting much lower than Assange is really interesting. Has anyone else noticed that? Thoughts?

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