Media Jump on Assange Court Statement – A Pardon for Truthtelling? – UPDATE Rohrabacher Responds…

If you stay out of the weeds and look at the bigger picture it is clear to see the media are all-in, desperate to retain the Big Lie that Russia was responsible for hacking the DNC servers and releasing the DNC emails.  The reason is simple: the ‘Russia hack of the DNC’ is the foundation for the Russia election interference narrative.

Any review, discussion or investigation (Durham) that starts to question the fraudulent foundation is immediately controversialized.  Today is no different.

(Via NBC) It is being reported that lawyers for Julian Assange noted in court arguments that U.S. officials had offered a potential pardon in exchange for Assange telling the truth about how he obtained the DNC emails.  Immediately the media goes bananas.

President Donald Trump offered a pardon through an intermediary to Julian Assange if the WikiLeaks chief agreed to say that Russia was not involved in hacking emails from Democrats during the 2016 presidential election, a lawyer for Assange reportedly told a court in London on Wednesday.

Assange’s lawyer Edward Fitzgerald made that claim during a hearing related to the U.S. request to extradite Assange from the United Kingdom to face more than a dozen criminal charges in the United States, according to The Daily Beast news site.

[…] The formal extradition hearing for Assange, an Australian national, is due to begin Monday. At Wednesday’s court session, District Judge Vanessa Baraitser reportedly said the evidence about a purported pardon offer is admissible at that hearing.

White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham, when asked about the claim of a pardon offer by Trump, said, “The President barely knows Dana Rohrabacher other than he’s an ex-congressman.”

“He’s never spoken to him on this subject or almost any subject. It is a complete fabrication and a total lie,” Grisham said. “This is probably another never ending hoax and total lie from the DNC.” (read more)

Rohrabacher responds:

The media outrage is somewhat silly. Julian Assange said from the outset he did not receive the DNC emails from Russia; and the emails did not come to him by way of a hack.

It is well known the DNC emails came from a “leak” from inside the DNC.

The Podesta emails, another source of wide disinformation, came from John Podesta falling for an ordinary phishing effort. Neither John Podesta nor the DNC emails came from a “hack”.

However, because the “Russia hacked the 2016 election” was/is needed in order to perpetrate the Trump-Russia collusion and election interference narrative, the media are determined to attack, ridicule and marginalize anyone or anything that starts to expose the original (fraudulent) narrative.

On April 11th, 2019, the Julian Assange indictment was unsealed in the EDVA.

From the indictment we discover it was under seal since March 6th, 2018:

(Link to pdf)

On Tuesday April 15th, 2019, more investigative material was released. Again, note the dates: Grand Jury, *December of 2017* This means FBI investigation prior to….

♦The FBI investigation took place prior to December 2017, it was coordinated through the Eastern District of Virginia (EDVA) where current FBI chief legal counsel Dana Boente was U.S. Attorney at the time, while also holding jobs in Main Justice.

♦The grand jury indictment was sealed from March of 2018 until after Mueller completed his investigation, April 2019.

Why did the DOJ wait?

What was the DOJ waiting for?

Here’s where it gets interesting….

The FBI submission to the Grand Jury in December of 2017 was four months after congressman Dana Rohrabacher talked to Julian Assange in August of 2017: “Assange told a U.S. congressman … he can prove the leaked Democratic Party documents … did not come from Russia.”

(August 2017, The Hill Via John Solomon) Julian Assange told a U.S. congressman on Tuesday he can prove the leaked Democratic Party documents he published during last year’s election did not come from Russia and promised additional helpful information about the leaks in the near future.

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, a California Republican who is friendly to Russia and chairs an important House subcommittee on Eurasia policy, became the first American congressman to meet with Assange during a three-hour private gathering at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, where the WikiLeaks founder has been holed up for years.

Rohrabacher recounted his conversation with Assange to The Hill.

“Our three-hour meeting covered a wide array of issues, including the WikiLeaks exposure of the DNC [Democratic National Committee] emails during last year’s presidential election,” Rohrabacher said, “Julian emphatically stated that the Russians were not involved in the hacking or disclosure of those emails.”

Pressed for more detail on the source of the documents, Rohrabacher said he had information to share privately with President Trump. (read more)

Knowing how much effort the CIA and FBI put into the Russia collusion-conspiracy narrative; and knowing how absolutely critical it was to justify all the surveillance that had taken place prior to the 2016 election; it would make sense for the FBI to take keen interest after this August 2017 meeting between Rohrabacher and Assange; and why the FBI would quickly gather specific evidence (related to Wikileaks and Bradley Manning) for a grand jury by December 2017.

Within three months of the grand jury the DOJ generated an indictment and sealed it in March 2018. The EDVA sat on the indictment while the Mueller probe was ongoing.

As soon as the Mueller probe ended, on April 11th, 2019, a coordinated effort between the U.K. and U.S. was executed; Julian Assange was forcibly arrested and removed from the Ecuadorian embassy in London, and the EDVA indictment was unsealed (link).

As a person who has researched this three year fiasco including: the ridiculously false 2016 Russian hacking and interference narrative; the “17 intelligence agencies”, Joint Analysis Report (JAR) needed for Obama’s anti-Russia narrative in December ’16; and then a month later the ridiculously political Intelligence Community Assessment (ICA) in January ’17; the timing against Julian Assange was far too coincidental.

It doesn’t take a deep researcher to see the aligned U.S/U.K motive to control Julian Assange because the Mueller report was dependent on Russia cybercrimes, and that narrative is contingent on the Russia DNC hack story which Julian Assange disputes.

The Weissmann/Mueller report contains claims that Russia hacked the DNC servers as the central evidence to the Russia interference narrative in the U.S. election. This claim is directly disputed by WikiLeaks and Julian Assange, as outlined during the Dana Rohrabacher interview, and by Julian Assange on-the-record statements.

Now Watch This Brief Interview:


The predicate for Crossfire Hurricane was Russia interfering in the 2016 election.

The predicate for the FISA warrant against U.S. Carter Page was a Russia investigation, that included the Steele Dossier as evidence, and the use therein was contingent on Russia interfering in the 2016 election.

The predicate for Robert Mueller’s investigation was specifically due to Russian interference in the 2016 election; and the possibility of Trump-Russia collusion.

All of these predicate claims are demonstrably false or wildly overstated using the most tenuous of stretched interpretations. This is what John Durham is looking at.

The fulcrum for the media to push the Russia interference narrative is the Intelligence Community Assessment; and the primary factual evidence claimed within the ICA is that Russia hacked the DNC servers. A claim that is only made possible by relying on forensic computer analysis from Crowdstrike, a DNC contractor.

When it comes to reviewing all of the predication aspects, the CIA holds a massive conflict of self-interest in upholding the Russian hacking claim. Thus we see members of the CIA and intelligence apparatus within media stories outraged over being questioned.

Without the initiation by the CIA, the FBI also is exposed. Thus the FBI holds a massive interest in maintaining the Russia hacking (Crowdstrike) claim.

Additionally, all of those foreign countries whose intelligence apparatus participated with John Brennan and Peter Strzok also have a vested self-interest in maintaining the Russia hacking and interference narrative.

Most worrisome, Julian Assange is the only person with direct knowledge of how Wikileaks gained custody of the DNC emails; and Assange has claimed he has evidence it was not from a hack – but rather from a leak by a source inside the DNC.

This Russian “hacking” claim is ultimately so important to the CIA, FBI, DOJ, ODNI and U.K intelligence apparatus; and right there is the most transparently obvious motive to shut Assange down as soon as U.S. and U.K. intelligence officials knew the Mueller report was going to be made public.

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268 Responses to Media Jump on Assange Court Statement – A Pardon for Truthtelling? – UPDATE Rohrabacher Responds…

  1. Mike Lee DelMarcelle says:

    If Seth Rich was the “leak” inside the DNC to wikileaks, then the reason he leaked the e-mails is important. It had nothing to do with Trump. He was a Bernie supporter and was angry that Hillary and the DNC were stealing the nomination from Bernie.

    Liked by 40 people

    • ^^^ This

      The “official” story was that Seth Rich was killed in a robbery. Except, he didn’t get robbed. And the FBI said they don’t know about Seth Rich. Except, they did. And as just came out through the work of Judicial Watch, FBI suppressed information that they did know about it.

      The Russians did not (materially) interfere in our elections. The DNC and the Deep State did.

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    • Ludo says:

      I have reason to believe that if it happens again, some VERY interesting information concerning Bloomberg and NYC on 9/11 will come out,…

      Liked by 6 people

    • sturmudgeon says:

      Please note the wording in the lawyer’s statement… “if the WikiLeaks chief agreed to say”

      Liked by 4 people

      • treestar1313 says:

        Note the headline,of the story! Trump offered WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange a pardon if he covered up Russian hacking of Democrats, lawyer tells court

        I’d like to see those court documents. I doubt he would word it like that.

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        • Rhoda R says:

          You know they didn’t word it like that. DS is just trying to undermine Assange’s testimony right out of the gate.

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          • stripmallgrackle says:

            NBC didn’t use quotes. Why would a defense attorney state for the record that his client received a quid pro quo offer for a pardon? (Oh snap, there’s that term again.) Clearly, as a consequence, any possibility of a pardon, no matter how remote, no matter how real, would be vaporized.

            It would be malpractice, straight up, something the MSM gets away with every day.

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        • sysconfig says:

          Any deal that was in motion never mentioned pardon if we recall Adam Walden and Mark Warner conversations..and Warner passed it to comey…Not saying it was Comey killed the deal. But frankly I believe Warner and the coup plotters were the ones wanted it dead. Why would they risk letting in the guy who would crash the whole house of cards? If there was interest in getting him here back then it was to snuff if they could. Obviously Wikileaks thought so too, or at least bad faith, because they released a tranche of CIA weapons grade malware for public to see not long after that.

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        • Lester Smith says:

          Rich did die from a robbery. The DNC robbered Bernie and Rich transmitted the evidence. As far as Assange this would of come out when Muellers team questioned him. Also this sounds like he is being squeezed compose sing or join Sheth.

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    • dbobway says:

      That evidence is clearly in the e-mails Seth stole and gave to wikkileaks.
      We all know this is part of this part of the plot.
      The mess of all this?
      An author brings this book to a publisher, and would get turned down flat.
      Too simple, too obvious, too easy to figure out the mystery.
      The FBI has been getting away with this protocol for so long, they’ve become lazy about it.
      People are dying, This has to end.

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      • cjzak says:

        Why won’t Assange release the emails if he has them, especially if his freedom is supposedly offered? That’s what I want to know. Why not just let them all out?

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        • dbobway says:

          He has to get out of England and be sent here,
          for that to happen.
          Every Globalist in the world does not want to see that happen.
          They hope England can hold him until he just dies, with the truth.
          Assange is in a poker game for his life, which is all in.
          That card is the only chance he has to win.

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          • cjzak says:

            Well from what we know, England is seemingly trying to assure he never leaves except in a casket. If he could save himself now would be the time to do it I would think. I guess we will never know the truth here as in so many other situations involving the shadow people who run the world. The whole Assange story is very strange, imo.

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            • dbobway says:

              He is wanted in England for different charges, less serious than the charges we have against him. The truth won’t set him free in England.

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              • Patrick Healy says:

                As far as I know he was /is NOT wanted for any set up crime in Britain. He was sheltering in the Ecuador embassy to avoid being sent to Sweden on what turned out to be a false rape charge.
                He was locked up in Bellmarsh prison (our Gitmo) pending extradition to the US, where presumably he can “sleep with the fishes”

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                • dbobway says:

                  Thanks for that Patrick, I had to look. So in December 2010 Assange was arrested in London for the charges in Sweden. He got out on bail. In May of 2012 the English Supreme court decided Assange needed to be arrested and sent to Sweden. The next month Assange went to seek asylum at the Embassy of Ecuador.
                  3 years later, Sweden dropped the charges against Assange for rape, August of 2015.
                  Everything was moving along nicely,
                  In July of 2018 Ecuador started getting pressure from England to resolve their issues with their tenant Assange. That didn’t go well. Australia then sent Assange a passport so he could go home, the end of 2018. On April 11th, 2019, England arrested Assange for failure to appear in court and gave him 50 weeks in jail. That was his crime in England. The Mueller report came out 7 days later on the 18th of April, 2019.
                  Timing is everything.

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            • Obi-Wan says:

              What’s so hard about putting him in a casket if Epstein didn’t kill himself in a maximum security prison whose warden then moved up the CoC and got a cushy job running Club Fed?

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          • theoldzombie says:

            This is where I wish we had Batman to go grab him and bring him to America and drop him right off at the White House.

            Nothing will happen as long as he’s stuck in London.

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            • Yep, POTUS should consider sending SEAL team 6 to pick hi. Up. He’s that important.

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            • dbobway says:

              What the Globalist’s want to happen is for Assange to ‘die’ in prison. According to my digging, Assange got 50 weeks in jail,for failure to appear. That 50 weeks is up the third week of this March, 2020.

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              • Judith says:

                I’m sure that USA has readied a cell for Assange in solitary confinement. Just so happens, it was recently vacated by Jeffrey Epstein (who didn’t kill himself.)

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                • dbobway says:

                  There was a time Judith, where we would never approach such a notion,
                  Now we expect it.
                  I remember when the chief of Federal law enforcement, was the President of our country.
                  President Obama was the sheriff of our country, in full display, because elections have consequences.
                  I’m going to go out on a limb and say President Trump will take care of Julian Assange, personally.
                  One more thought,, In the scene of this movie, at this time in the plot,
                  Mr. Assange reveals, he has an insurance policy, in case he comes to harm
                  The noose around tyranny’s neck is tightening.

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        • ballgame17 says:

          Where is the Assange/ Wiki information “smoking gun secured ” that the CIA/ FBI “spooks” can’t destroy them? Why wouldn’t EVERYONE want to know what he has and let the cards fall as they may? Why has no Pulitzer aspirant not chased this most important story to the ends of the earth? — The answer is obvious : Too many corpses will tell stories and Intel “truths” will become lies.

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    • wlbeattie says:

      Ex UK Ambassador Craig Murray is IIRC, the person who conveyed the leaked email data from the source to Julian Assange.

      Here is a link to his blog [ IMO it has some important details regarding Rogers Stone, Seth Rich & Bernie Sanders …

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    • Lakshmi Ma says:



    • MR52 says:

      There was a women in Baltimore that was killed too that worked the campaign right around the same time. That one seems to be lost in the shuffle too. Can’t see to find the article now.

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    • Bluto Ruffian says:

      Since they won’t bring him to you…
      You need to go to him.

      Get er done once and for all!

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  2. Jeff says:

    This is all old news. I remember hearing about this back in 2017 and being angry that John Kelly didn’t pass on Dana Rohrabacher’s information. I thought President Trump should have pardoned Julian Assange and was angry that it didn’t happen. But according to the media this is big breaking news and that President Trump, contrary to their own previous reporting, was behind the pardon offer in the first place? An offer that was only suggested by the congressman and was never acted on in any way.

    I also wonder if Assange’s lawyers cut a deal with the deep state. Claim that President Trump did something wrong and we will improve your conditions. Given how horribly Assange has been treated, I wouldn’t be surprised if he took that deal.

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    • Muthaucker says:

      Love him or hate him, one thing Assange is definitely NOT, is a sell out.

      Liked by 10 people

      • RJ says:

        Actress/aging bombshell Pamela Anderson likes him and she looked really good years ago in a bathing suit, with little to hide. I am leaning towards trusting her instincts, not about marriage, but about Assange being a good guy who would tell the truth.

        Further, Seth Rich was murdered and the FBI seems to have buried that case, much like Hillary’s…you know how long that list is and it still is growing.

        I want Assange protected and if he provides the “goods” on the DNC along with others, verifiable goods, then I am with Pamela. Tommy Lee, however, is a whole other matter which I want no part.

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        • TexanInFL says:

          “and she looked really good years ago in a bathing suit, with little to hide”…that’s your criterion for trusting a woman? LOL…I happen to agree with you but it gave me a chuckle.


    • TJ says:

      I wonder if anyone is going to bring up William Binney, he’s a lot more credible then Assange.

      -BINNEY: “I Told Pompeo There Was No Russia Hack Two Years Later, He Still Hasn’t Told Trump”

      “NSA whistleblower Bill Binney told then-C.I.A. chief Mike Pompeo there was no Russia Hack at the DNC. Three years later, Mike Pompeo is still sitting on that crucial piece of information.”

      Liked by 6 people

      • cjzak says:

        This always interested me. What happened to Binney and why didn’t Pompeo pursue this? Maybe he did and we just don’t know.

        Liked by 4 people

        • Marc says:

          Pompeo is complicit with the Deep State’s big lie. Sundance has continually warned us about Pompeo’s efforts to guide President Trump away from the truth.

          Liked by 2 people

          • glissmeister says:

            In fairness, neither you or I know what Pompeo did or did not do regarding this.

            We DO KNOW what Lindsay Graham has said and has done: “Everybody knows the Russians did it.”

            Want to help Trump? Want to help Assange? Want to get justice for Seth Rich?

            Call out Lindsay Graham for his significant role in supporting this heinous coverup of a murder by continuing to parrot a fraud; by continuing to ignore one of the most important technology executives in the history of the NSA and US intelligence gathering technology.

            Senator Graham sits on the Senate Select Intelligence Committee and he IGNORES one of the fathers of our intelligence technology.

            Is Senator Graham really that stupid?

            Whether Graham is guilty of stupidity or malice, the result is the same. Where is his leadership on this massively important intelligence issue? Apparently, it’s in that same dark evil place where his character and courage go to hide.

            Republican cowardice, myopia and provincial stupidity loses elections. That is the lesson of Mitt Romney. That is the lesson of the Bushes. That is the lesson of McCain.

            That is also the Trump difference.

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        • WSB says:

          Binney is still around. His program to find terrorists would have had no need for the FISC. It was nixed because the DOD wanted a lot of money. Ask General Hayden.

          Liked by 2 people

        • Breitbart article on Binney

          Let me also say, I am impressed that Rohrabacher stepped up quickly with his debunking of the media attack on Trump with respect to Assange, and Sundance’s getting it to us millions of deplorable minions (DM; /s) quickly.

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    • nimrodman says:

      I share your concerns

      Why wasn’t the Assange-Rorabacher story and Assange’s claim “not Russia” fully exposed in August 17? To the point where it would now be the accepted narrative among all but the stubbornest of the “Resistance”.

      Because the story was never exposed fully then, NOW the MSM gets to front-run the narrative and pretend it’s new news and it’s all about the scandal of “Assange offered a bribe by the Trump Administration”

      To a large extent it seems to me that the Left just play the game better
      They establish the public narrative by front-running stories such as this
      Any proper response then becomes “a coverup” or “illegal influence”

      I appreciate that the Mueller obstruction-sham immobilized all the President’s men and actions for years

      But why couldn’t this story have been blown into the open in Aug 2017 when Rorabacher brought the information back?

      Yeah, maybe Solomon reported it and tweeted a bit at the time
      And I know that the Left controls the MSM

      But I’m talking about blowing it wide open in the press – Pres or spokesperson at the podium with big poster boards of the language – so that it couldn’t be ignored.

      I also appreciate that some things must be kept hidden for some undetermined time for some undisclosed (to us) reasons.

      But this incident really illustrates the risks of not getting there first to establish the narrative before it gets front-run and co-opted.

      I’m kinda pi$$ed to see this kind of thing happen again and again

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        Hey buddy – i like your comments often.

        I think Trump had to clear the deck before he could deal with Assange transport. meaning – he knew the Coup had these backup plans (sealed indictments). The insurance plan and coup moves were good and perfected to kill time… that had only ONE FATAL FLAW – — That time would run out and they would become impotent and ineffective anymore.

        That time is nearing.

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      • Kay Sadeeya says:

        Possibly Clinton and her Deep State assets in the DOJ/FBI didn’t know just how much Assange knew and was going to continue to leak. It looks like Assange “bombs” fizzled out after the Seth Rich murder.

        I think now Assange lawyers are trying to keep him in the UK rather than risk the US charges and a lengthy prison sentence (though it’s a new face on the DOJ now).

        I’m just tired of all these leakers who claim to have the “smoking gun” and there’s nothing, or they hold on to it; like and Giuliani and Assange. Where’s the evidence?

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  3. Doppler says:

    Almost all of this has been known, and discussed here, for years. What is different this time is that there appears to be momentum behind bringing people to justice, and the Dem Establishment and MSM have so thoroughly discredited themselves, that no one believes them anymore, except themselves. Rich’s Bernie fandom should resonate with today’s Bernie supporters, who hate the establishment and MSM almost as much as Treepsters do.

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    • Sundance is putting the hammer down this week; it’s impressive, especially with Dobbs’s help in spreading the word. I just saw “Silver Linings Playbook”, for the second time, so a word comes readily to mind concerning this week: Excelsior! (Of course, that brings up memories of the original poem, and Bullwinkle’s rendition of it 50 odd years ago.

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    • glissmeister says:

      And what does this say about that filthy Robert Mueller and crew. They knew this too. They knew this and in the process of paying themselves they bled $40 Million or so from the US Taxpayer with guilty knowledge Muh Russia was a hoax. It seems they conspired and apparently fabricated indictments and framed Americans to keep the money flowing into their pockets, running an apparent criminal enterprise of their own under color of law.

      How does that happen? What about a claw back? What about suing them to force the restitution of taxpayer funds?

      I hope Blago from Chicago founds a non-profit activist group to lead a national campaign to strip prosecutorial immunity where bad faith prosecutions are brought, where malice animates prosecutorial behavior, where civil rights are trampled, where a “reasonable person” standard can be used to make prosecutors individually liable for their misconduct in a manner no different than would be so for any other American profession.

      We have slept as Congress created a “special class” of superior rights and exemptions for lawyers and government employees.

      What has this brought us? What good has come from this?

      I hope Blago creates and leads a movement to destroy special class protections so all Americans enjoy due process and equal protection under the law. This is the civil rights issue of our era and Blago is perfectly positioned to lead the charge.

      He says he needs a job. This is a great way to entrepreneurial and help the citizens of our nation restore balance and weaken the grip of syndicate machine politics and the hired thugs that protect it.

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  4. Dee Paul Deje says:

    I remember when the emails leaked. Nobody in any of those emails ever denied their authenticity. The MSM and the Dems (sorry for the redundancy) started crying “Russian, collusion, election interference” and still do to this day. Is it just me or is it not a good thing that the American people have as much information as possible before casting their votes?

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  5. Our country has been though 3 years of hell, and Assange could have stopped it on day one if he had provided the proof of how he got the information. Assange let this happen, and has been laughing his azz off while President Trump’s supporters have been horrified at what the ‘resistance’ is capable of. I say hang Assange, and drag his carcass though the streets to show we are sick of being played..


  6. Publius2016 says:

    What happened to the Dead Man Drop?

    Assange could’ve saved himself alot of trouble of he would’ve come forward the day after Seth Rich was dumped in the heart of DC for all the world to see!

    Instead, he sits in solitary being slowly driven insane by Deep State…of course he did not want to identify a source but the SOURCE WAS DEAD! Seth Rich should be remembered as a US Republic Martyr if true!!

    Don’t feel this is 2020 Monday morning quarterbacking as Wikileaks protects source identities but many have been discovered and then prosecuted…

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    • tacocat43 says:

      publius- you are assuming without proof that Seth Rich provided the leaked info. We actually do not know that.

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    • Linda Wood says:

      It’s possible Seth Rich was a source for Wikileaks, but not the source of the DNC emails. It’s possible he was a potential source of different information, including evidence having to do with a lawsuit over Exit Polling data during the primaries, a lawsuit that was filed the week he was murdered. It’s also possible Assange doesn’t know exactly who leaked the DNC emails, even if he knows how it came to him and from where. He has offered to show members of Congress and our intelligence agencies how he knows it was not Russia.

      In his interview with the Dutch television program Nieuwsuur, Assange indicated that he offered a reward for information about Seth Rich’s murder because his U.S. sources were alarmed. He said, “I’m suggesting that our sources take risks and they become concerned to see things occurring like that… We have to understand how high the stakes are in the United States. Our sources are, you know, our sources face serious risks. That’s why they come to us, so we can protect their anonymity.”

      I don’t think his interview established that Rich was the DNC leaker. But it did establish that his U.S. sources saw Seth Rich’s murder as a possible threat to their own safety if their anonymity was violated.

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  7. Republicanvet91 says:

    Interesting. Waldman was meeting with Assange in 2017 around the same time he was texting Warner, at the same time he was texting Ohr, meeting with Steele and Deripaska, and then Assange ends up being indicted.


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  8. mark says:

    Epstien in reverse

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  9. Lespristy says:

    ‘The Podesta emails, another source of wide disinformation, came from John Podesta falling for an ordinary phishing effort. Neither John Podesta nor the DNC emails came from a “hack”.’

    One minor quibble… Podesta was specifically targeted with a phishing attempt for the purpose of leaking his emails (apparently). I would call that a “hack”. Phishing is a type of “social engineering” in the sense of hacking people’s behavior to gain access and information. We don’t know who was behind that, though.


  10. Retired IG says:

    Not sure where some comments are coming from tonight re Julian Assange.. Getting ahead of the story the Lame Stream Media (LSM) is. Assange’s hearing for extradition is this week. And I believe the story about the Attorney saying something – when it comes from the LSM – “reporting” about as much as I believe the Earth is flat.
    But that’s just my perspective. Had to play this song for myself tonight. Might be crushed re what happens with Assange in the days ahead But I am so happy his EXISTENCE is NO LONGER BEING IGNORED. Am enjoying the freak out. MAXIMUM SUNLIGHT PLEASE.

    (Comment edited by Admin..)

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  11. ChampagneReady says:

    Two things:

    1. This is the absolute reason that Bill Binney was not allowed by that obama witch to testify in his trial. Bill would have cremated the hacking hoax and shown that it was IMPOSSIBLE for Russia to have hacked those emails. Bill Binney is feared by the MSM and anybody remotely connected to the DNC or Democrats because they know he’s the ticking time bomb that shatters the 100% BS story. He’s blacklisted everywhere and they’re twisting themselves into pretzels preventing him form ever becoming known to the public.

    2. I HAVE BEEN SAYING IT. I do not trust Boris Johnson anymore than I would trust a convicted pedophile to babysit. And here is more proof that I’m right if it is true that Trump is readying a pardon for Assange, which would be the most fantastic thing he could do to destroy the democrats and their crusade to destroy him. Assange is the third-rail for the conspirators. He’s a stake through their heart.

    And I had just posted that OAN reported that there was a very heated conversation two days ago between Johnson and Trump with Trump slamming the phone down on him. And it involved Boris Johnson REFUSING to extradite Assange. Now we know why. GCHQ was head deep in spying on Trump and Boris Johnson at that time was the Foreign Minister WHO HAD TO APPROVE IT!

    Which he absolutely did. Johnson is a snake! An interview that I saw with Edward Snowden, he said Britain GCHQ has BY FAR the most sophisticated equipment and spy technology of anybody in the world, “including the United States.” They were doing it because no judge here would give them the warrant. Brennan, Rice, Clapper and obama requested it and renewed it several times each time the 3-month term had expired, with the eager and willing conspirator approval’s signature–Boris Johnson.

    Johnson can not POSSIBLY let Julian Assange tell what he knows.

    I will repeat—BORIS JOHNSON IS A SNAKE !

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  12. Patrick Healy says:

    Wonderful analysis. I am glad you laid all that out, it saved me some typing.
    Sadly our American friends (including the majority on this great site) have been fooled into believing Blundering Boris is a conservative, with similar tendencies to their great President.
    You on the other hand sum him up perfectly – a snake.
    One point you did not make is the ridiculous poisoning of the Serkils (?) by British spies from Port on Downs and Boris and Teresa May blaming the Russians almost before they had inhaled the nerve gas.
    If that was not an attempt by Britain to tip the scales against President Trump nothing was.
    Keep up the good work.

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    • RAC says:

      Agree totally, johnson is a blowhard fraud and may’s instant “russia did it” about the Skripal poisoning was laughable, she was /still is a globalist traitor. BTW Skripal and his daughter never publicly re-surfaced, not to my knowledge anyway, no scrutiny on what they had to say.

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  13. noswamp says:

    Patrick H,
    Agreed with you except the part where you say that the majority of us Treepers have been fooled into believing that Boris is a conservative. Farage knew who Boris was. Sounds like a future race. But I trust Farage, I do not trust Johnson. No way should we trade with the Brits. Let them be the lapdog of China.

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  14. spoogels says:

    It was Assange’s lawyer (not Assange) that offered a quid prod quo to expose the truth that Russia did not hack the DNC emails (none of which has been proven) in exchange for a pardon… but The White House never responded.


  15. RAC says:

    It defies logic that no one followed up on Dana Rohrabacher’s meeting with Assange, I cannot understand it at all.
    One can only hope that all Assange’s files, including stuff that may not have been published are safe somewhere and still retrievable. Then Bill Binney or some other person with similar trusted expertise can examine them and prove they’ve not been altered or messed with.

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  16. nimrodman says:

    Question, all y’all:

    What crime is UK holding Assange on currently?

    Thx in advance


    • nimrodman says:

      … or is UK simply holding Assange as a favor for the US, at US request and/or indictment?


    • Patrick Healy says:

      The only thing we have Assange on, as far as I can tell, is he is fighting against being extradited to the US.
      He has been charged with computer fraud or some such by the bent democrats/fbi/cia/injustice department.
      In the distant past the only thing they had him on was a subsequently dropped charge of rape in Sweden. Sweden wanted to extradite him. He resisted because he maintained they would ship him out to America. Hence the Marxist Ecudorian president at the time gave him refuge in their London embassy. Once the Ecuadorian leadership changed, they bowed to pressure from your injustice department to get the British police to put him into solitary.
      Basically it must be your Attorney General who wants him in the US. I would say he has not been found guilty of any crime.
      But then as in the case of Mannafort, Flynn, Coen and anyone associated with your President who needs a crime to lock someone up.?

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  17. mike diamond says:

    All the Russia,Russia,hoax,was to distract,and hide what Hillary got away with!No body in the media talks about Seth Rich,Russia did not try to hack our election! Hillary,did a lot of treason,stuff,and the media,coverd,for all her crimes!


  18. askandgettruth says:

    poor man is dying and we can only wish he tells the truth and not lie to just get out alive and spend the days he has left in comfort. TRUTH WILL SET YOU FREE. in the end god always wins


  19. mushr45m says:

    All of DC at the time was in on it 2016/2017. IMO
    That’s why the silence during Mueller Russia, Russia, Russia!
    EVERYBODY (including RINO’s, Military, Deep State, DC elites etc.)

    Assange thought he was safe. He was in contact with Seth Rich’s family. He NEVER reveals a source without their permission (the source). With Rich’s death, that fell on the family.
    They were silenced (more than likely), or clammed up (didn’t want to destroy the Democrat Party) so Assange never talked.
    He has openly said he received the emails from a leak…aka Seth Rich. He just won’t confirm his source.

    Once US unsealed indictment in 2019 (see CTH above), he was jailed awaiting extradition.
    IMO, NOBODY wants to see him in the US, except us Deplorables and PDJT.

    His hearing interestingly, is one week, then 3 weeks in May (May 18)
    This week… BUILD THE NARRATIVE. Assange is crazy, AND President Trump is abusing his power again (this time pardon for a lie…which we all know is the truth)

    THREE MONTHS!!! To nonstop belittle Assange, badger PDJT and run the false narrative, because now the REAL story is slowly being exposed. They could not hide it forever.
    His death before the end of the trial would be an unfortunate (not really) consequence, and they can blame his death on the evil US trying to destroy free speech.

    GOAL? Russia hacked US and PDJT is making up a story. Julian Assange will never be extradited unless our Great POTUS can jail break him somehow. He will die in the UK if the Globalists and Corruptocrats get their way. They can extend this trial forever. The UK government has already spun their population to think extradition will be BIG BAD US imprisoning the world’s freedom fighter for life.

    They always play the game better than us.
    Easier to play a game when you don’t follow the rules,
    AND NEVER intended to follow them in the first place.


  20. Patrick Healy says:

    Nimrodman,y Kimi
    The only thing we have Assange on, as far as I can tell, is he is fighting against being extradited to the US.
    He has been charged with computer fraud or some such by the bent democrats/fbi/cia/injustice department.
    In the distant past the only thing they had him on was a subsequently dropped charge of rape in Sweden. Sweden wanted to extradite him. He resisted because he maintained they would ship him out to America. Hence the Marxist Ecudorian president at the time gave him refuge in their London embassy. Once the Ecuadorian leadership changed, they bowed to pressure from your injustice department to get the British police to put him into solitary.
    Basically it must be your Attorney General who wants him in the US. I would say he has not been found guilty of any crime.
    But then as in the case of Mannafort, Flynn, Coen and anyone associated with your President who needs a crime to lock someone up.?


  21. Patrick Healy says:

    Sorry for double posting. I talk too much!


  22. Kathy at Civil Common Sense says:

    Something I have never understood about this whole DNC file release. Why was this assumed to affect the 2016 election? Yes, it showed the DNC removed Bernie for Clinton, but that’s an intramural squabble and people were pretty suspicious before Wikileaks confirmed it.
    I saw nothing in the leak dump that showed DNC campaign tactics.
    Some nasty comments about people sure, but nothing as bad as Hillary’s deplorable basket comment.
    So tell me, why was this hyped as so very consequential? Only because it gave the IC/FBI an excuse to hunt Trump.
    Absolutely none of the MSM has ever discussed why we should care about a bunch of smarmy, unsavory emails?


    • mushr45m says:

      It is not the content (which helped submarine Hillary because they showed her campaign and the DNC conspired against Bernie. Bernie supporters were mad and didn’t vote for Hillary) Podesta’s emails were hacked at the same time (he was phished is the theory)

      The emails were leaked by a Bernie supporter (Seth Rich) to Wikileaks (Julian Assange). Seth Rich was murdered at 2am in DC a short time later(a “robbery” where nothing was taken, he was shot in the back)
      They used Crowdstrike to fabricate the “Russians hacked the DNC” and tried to tie this fabrication to the Trump campaign. (the FBI says Wikileaks got the emails from Russia)

      The DNC “hack” was part of the set up of PDJT Russian conspiracy Mueller hoax.
      If you can prove it was a leak and not a “hack”, the WHOLE story unravels.

      Welcome to CTH.
      It is clear as mud trying to explain 4 years of blatant corruption in a few sentences.
      The Obama administration and the HRC campaign corrupted the 2016 election, AND tried to overthrow a duly elected President while trying to cover up their corruption.

      This is the place to be for the REAL info. I think I started around Jan 2016.
      Type a word in the “search” bar or pick a date in the drop down bar and enjoy.


  23. rustybritches says:

    The Story they are putting out can and should be debunked by Hannity as he is the one that talked to Assange before anyone else ever did and Assange told him in that interview that it was not the Russians and even at that time there is no way the President would have done anything to bring Assange here I don’t know what happened with Rudabacker but he has already changed his story so how can any one believe anything he says now. We were all aware at the time of him talking to ASSANGE that he was not able to get the information to the President because of being stopped by the Chief of Staff at the time. So there is no way this story is true


  24. Screaming Eagle says:

    “Russia Hack”, is the lynchpin that this whole ruse was built on. Its so damn obvious. That why they keep delaying Flynn’s sentencing. Once they do, he will be pardoned and will speak out. Same with Assange, I truly fear for both of their lives. The evil doing is off the charts with these Deep Staters. They will stop at nothing to uphold this phony narrative.


    • Mike Lee DelMarcelle says:

      One thing I have noticed with the MSM and the Democrats is this. Since Seth Rich was murdered ANY mention of his name brings an immediate hostile reaction from them. I think Hannity came close to being fired over it as he has never brought his name up since (about 2 yrs ago). There’s a reason these swamp rats and media are having that response. If Seth Rich was the leak and was murdered by the DNC for it, the Democratic party is done. Nobody, not the MSM, hollywood etc can openly condone or side with the Democrats again if that were to be exposed.

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  25. Mike Lee DelMarcelle says:

    Here is another way of looking at this hacked emails thing that nobody brings up….

    If Russia hacked the email then why would they release them out to the public? Here’s an example.

    Say I’m a business owner in a large city that is currently in the campaigning stages of the election for mayor. The two candidates are Mr Red and Mr Blue. I don’t have anything on Mr Red, but I have an embarrassing photo of Mr Blue. I agree with Mr Reds policies, but I stand to gain more if Mr Blue wins. Why because I have the photo (dirt) to blackmail him with. If I want that photo I have to hold value then Mr Blue must win the election, if not, it is worthless. I also do not want Mr Blue to know of what I have until after he wins the election so there is more for him to lose. Also if he doesn’t go for the extortion (exposes himself) and still wins now I’m an enemy. I endorse and support him, he wins I pull out the photo and get whatever I want.

    Russia would not use material they have on Hillary to help Trump. They would hold it and try and help Hillary win.


    • Lester Smith says:

      Half the world could black mail Cackles and Wet Willie. The world not just Russia wanted her real bad Trump was and is bad for business. Two thirds of Washington is dirty. Why do you think lady Lindsey stays so close to Trump. The little lady is the house mouse. But Trumps not stupid will see who plays who.

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