Highly Suspect – Corrupt Senate Intelligence Committee Wants To Interview Julian Assange Behind Closed Doors…

The most corrupt part of congress is the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI).  The SSCI is the center of the deepest part of the Deep State swamp.

The SSCI never, ever,  E.V.E.R… does anything that does not protect and advance the self-interest of the corrupt Washington DC professional political class.

Apparently the SSCI wants to interview WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, in a closed session.

WASHINGTON— The Senate Intelligence Committee wants to interview WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as part of its investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

That’s according to WikiLeaks, which tweeted Wednesday that a letter was delivered to Assange in London seeking a “closed interview” with committee staff at a “mutually agreeable time and location.”

The website said its legal team is “considering the offer but the conditions must conform to a high ethical standard.”  The Intelligence Committee declined to comment.

Assange has long figured into the Russia investigations due to WikiLeaks’ role in releasing hacked emails from Hillary Clinton’s campaign in 2016.

A Justice Department indictment of 12 Russians last month said an unnamed organization, believed to be WikiLeaks, had received hacked Democratic emails from a person linked to Russian intelligence.  (read more)

You could slowly drive rail-road spikes through my knee-caps and I still would never concede that that SSCI has a “good” motive here.  It’s impossible.

The severity of the corruption within the Senate Intelligence Committee is the one constant in an ever changing universe.  Every action they take is for their own interests. Most of that action is illegal (see the recent James Wolfe indictment); and all of their conduct is severely unethical (see the secret messages between Vice-chair Mark Warner and Christopher Steele).

Remember, this is the committee who said no-one in congress is ever allowed to question the integrity of the intelligence committee:

The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence is the only institution more corrupt than the Obama DOJ/FBI and White House.   Compared to the SSCI Valerie Jarrett is angelic.

These are severely corrupt people.

So,…. that said….

….What’s the angle here?

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419 Responses to Highly Suspect – Corrupt Senate Intelligence Committee Wants To Interview Julian Assange Behind Closed Doors…

  1. I won't back down says:

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-08-02/ten-bombshell-revelations-seymour-hershs-new-autobiography

    This will be fun – hersh calls out nyt and wapo for missing the scandal

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  2. Bendix says:

    If I were to suggest a time for such a meeting, it would be when hell freezes over.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Andy Miller says:

      Agree. I would advise Assange to do two things: 1. make sure he has immunity from the time he agrees to testify to when he gets back to his safe haven, and 2. make sure the hearing is a public one so these scumbags can’t manipulate the output for public consumption.

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      • Dick_Turpin says:

        And the immunity should state it is for “any and all possible crimes against the US and its allies and that no detention can be made in regard to any third party extradition requests etc”…..
        Otherwise they will,get him in the small print.

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      • John airconn says:

        Enough of this behind closed door shitttt, that way them can sweep their own crimes under the rug !!

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    • The Demon Slick says:

      What’s the point of a closed meeting? Do they think Assange won’t leak it? Are they even slightly familiar with his work?

      Liked by 11 people

  3. Binkser1 says:

    We may not know what the angle is from these corrupt SOB’s but like Sundance said, they are up to no good. If I was Assange I would only do it in a public forum or tell em we can have a talk on Skype. It’s unbelievable to me how little trust I have in government now other than President Trump. My 2008 self would not even recognize the 2018 version. I’ve definitely been red pilled as the young people like to say.

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  4. iwasthere says:

    So tired of this BS – Nunes – issues a request for an OPEN HEARING in the house. And supersede the decepticons.

    Liked by 2 people

    • iwasthere says:

      The power of the House is all about the speaker. And we don’t have one now. Jim Jordan – KTF – that would be a real showing of change.

      Liked by 5 people

      • John airconn says:

        It only takes one person to stand up in the house, and tell this POS Ryan to vacate the seat !! why has no one done it?

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        • I think it’s because of the inherent fear of what someone will bring down upon their head…including assassination.

          Invasion of privacy for us has been kinda scary and extremely enraging.

          THEIR invasion/surveillance, these dwellers of the swamp, extends to only God knows how much unbelievable treason and menace.

          Can any of the careerists afford to be whistleblowers if they are up to their necks in it too?

          We also do not know how much TRUMP knows and if they are learning that they are to keep their counsel upon his orders.

          What an amazing man and family (he has lost upwards of 200 million in value since being in office) to have abandoned their privilege and given their lives such a dangerous 180.

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  5. jmclever says:

    The good news is that Assange knows everything about these people bc hee has seen all the docs unredacted

    Liked by 11 people

  6. Mason3000 says:

    D-Senator Bill Nelson claims Russia has hacked the voter databases in several Florida & the Senate Intel Committee was right there to “verify” it. . Another one that should be looked upon with maximum skepticism. Sounds like someone’s trying to set up their excuses for when they lose in November to me.

    https://www.miamiherald.com/news/politics-government/election/article216326550.html

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  7. Oren V says:

    Is this an Onion story? They want a secret meeting with the head of Wikileaks. Did anyone tell these morons what Wikileaks is?

    Liked by 7 people

  8. Chris Four says:

    Mark Warner appears to be the point man for Democratic politicians who intend to use Russiagate and “fake news” hysteria to intimidate tech giants into submission. It appears to be working.

    Liked by 3 people

  9. Untangling the nature of the connections between Assange, Steele, Ohr, and Deripaska is impossible. We need Adam Waldman to explain it.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. SR says:

    So much happened that we know and more happened that we donot know but Obama has no idea.

    Liked by 1 person

    • scott467 says:

      “So much happened that we know and more happened that we donot know but Obama has no idea.”

      __________________

      Yes, the self-acknowledged smartest guy in the room, the so-called ‘Constitutional Lawyer’ and supposed Harvard smut-rag editor loves to play the three-monkeys routine whenever it suits him.

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  11. G3 says:

    Who can forget that “funny lady” Hillary? She didn’t care to hear from Mr. Assange EVER again.

    Liked by 7 people

  12. SR says:

    What is the odd that Mueller gives a report on September which is completely 180 degree what everyone is thinking and he lists all the actors and corruption.

    Liked by 1 person

  13. nimrodman says:

    “….What’s the angle here?”

    They probably wanna try to get Pam Anderson’s number.

    My wager’s on “ixnay”
    Julian’s got that charasma.

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  14. scott467 says:

    “Apparently the SSCI wants to interview WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, in a closed session.”

    _________________

    Assange should agree to the interview in a PUBLIC session.

    Throw that hot potato on Warner, et al’s lap and roast their nuts.

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  15. scott467 says:

    “The website said its legal team is “considering the offer but the conditions must conform to a high ethical standard.” The Intelligence Committee declined to comment.”

    _________________

    Oh sure, you can expect nothing but the highest standard of ethics from the American political-class and their lackeys, LOL!

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  16. scott467 says:

    “Assange has long figured into the Russia investigations due to WikiLeaks’ role in releasing hacked emails from Hillary Clinton’s campaign in 2016.”

    ________________

    They were NEVER ‘hacked’, it’s a lie, a fiction, a cover story.

    William Binney (former NSA and whistle-blower) has already determined that the data transfer rate was MUCH higher than the maximum capacity of any Internet connection on the planet.

    So there was no ‘hacking’.

    But Binney also said that the data transfer rate was perfectly in line with the speed of a THUMB DRIVE.

    The information was downloaded onto a thumb drive by a DNC employee named Seth Rich, who GAVE the information to Wikileaks after he discovered that the DNC was rigging the nominating process against Bernie Sanders, and who was then MURDERED for it by the DNC, which means Sick Hillary.

    The only people who DON’T know this already are the Reuters, AP, CBS, MSLSD, CNN, and the rest of Mockingbird Media.

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  17. scott467 says:

    “These are severely corrupt people.

    So,…. that said….

    ….What’s the angle here?”

    _______________

    To draw Assange into a situation where he can be assassinated, of course.

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  18. Assange naively believed that he had in the Vault 7/8 CIA tools a release so devastating that any Intelligence committee with a shred of responsibility toward its citizenry (not to mention the world) would have to enter into at the very least a discussion. Even Waldman succumbs to a certian niavete when he texts Warner on on Feb 17 2017: “This guy [Assange] is going to do something so catastrophic to the Dems, Obama, the CIA and national security I hope someone will consider getting him to the US to ameliroate the damage.”

    Both Assange and Waldman underestimate the depth of the cynicism they are up against. No invitation arrives. So Vault 7/8 are dumped onto the market.

    Now, with the damage long since done and Assange’s key leverage for a deal spilt like milk, this same committee wants a secret meeting with him. Since our secuity demonstrably means nothing to them, clearly they perceive a threat to themselves. They want to offer Assange a deal. What does he have that they now need to suppress? The Vault 7/8 story is going to do the damage it will do. It can’t be reeled back in. There is something else. And it has everything to do with their political security, not our national security.

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  19. SPANGLER says:

    Assange should agree to a teleconference with them, then leak the video of the conference.

    Liked by 4 people

  20. Elle says:

    This whole idea that we are going to see justice served on the traitors and criminals in high places is beginning to feel more and more like a con-job. Lot’s of big promises. Everything and more our heart’s desire will be fulfilled! Oh, sure, sure, no one can yet see or even explain how all of these promises will be met, but don’t worry, trust me!, the payoff will magically materialize in the future.

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  21. Cankles Clinton says:

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    • Cankles Clinton says:

      Are the corrupt SSIC senators trying to offer immunity to Assange, in return for his silence on the origin of the DNC leaks?

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  22. RoostyScoot says:

    Two options, as I see it, for SSCI motive.

    1- Assange declines meeting, they put that on a poster as admission of guilt and unwillingness to comply with subpoena. Legal games ensue and they discredit his character if he ever DOES reveal the full extent of what he knows (whether it be a lot or a little).

    2- Assange agrees to meet, but the closed session means he is not allowed to talk about it, and the SSCI can ‘leak’ whatever they want to spin a narrative, as they always do.

    In both cases, the SSCI is trying to control a narrative and control Assange. The best thing he can do is not go, record everything, and release everything he has. Of a number of reasons that exist to dislike assange, my primary gripe is that he plays publicity games. If it’s national security, just freakin’ RELEASE IT.

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  23. E, ROBOT says:

    Wonder why the name of the Chairman isn’t mentioned at all. It’s Richard Burr (R) North Carolina.

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  24. Fools Gold says:

    For context please refer to Mark Warner as the former governor of Virginia prior to becoming current U.S. Senator of Virginia and SSCI Vice Chairman. Also remind yourself Virginia is home of the CIA formerly run by John Brennan.

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  25. Trump appears to be stimulated, as does Giuliani. And our anxiety ratchets up with the media chest beating, but we forget that as with ‘Red Panda’ the harsher (or for our media and lefties hysterical and violence inciting) tones imply a desperation and frustration that decades and DECADES of tactics have not obliterated the unity.

    Unity, be it Judeo Christianity or American, is the eternal foe of humanity turned toward the adoption of malice, mendacity and tyranny.

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  26. Ray Van Dune says:

    Bottom line: Mark Warner has a burning need to know how much Assange knows, but he needs to know it without it becoming public… just in case Assange knows too much! Warner tried the same gambit with Steele IIRC, but Steele would not even exchange a phone call unless Republicans were also participants. Steele evidently holds the Republicans in the SSCI in higher regard than I do!!

    We all know the FBI has burnt its reputation to the waterline, but IMHO the US Senate has lit a match in its own powder magazine! More bad guys per square foot than you can shake a stick at. So much for the “World’s greatest deliberative body” – they clearly misspelled “discredited”.

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  27. Steve in Greensboro says:

    Both my Senators, Burr and Tillis, are traitors complicit in the seditious conspiracy against Trump.

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