The information provided to America by Julian Assange of WikiLeaks fame has been invaluable, to say the least, in revealing some of the dastardly deeds done by Democrat presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton and company.
If it were not for him, we would still be trying to catch Hillary in another one of her obvious lies that we can’t prove because we didn’t have the documented evidence.
Well now, Hillary’s question “why can’t we just drone him?” has been partially answered, at least in the cyber world.
The latest update is that Ecuador has terminated Assange’s internet connection after the latest release of Clinton emails and a “contingency plan” has now been activated by WikiLeaks to deal with the situation.
RT reveals more about the Wikileaks founder:
Facing extradition to Sweden over allegations of rape, which he denies, the Australian computer programmer has been holed up in the embassy in West London since 2012.
He claims the extradition is actually a bid to move him to a jurisdiction from which he can then be sent to the US, which is known to be actively investigating WikiLeaks.
The unverified claims of state sabotage come as WikiLeaks continues to release damaging documents, most recently thousands of hacked emails from Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager John Podesta.
Earlier this month, Assange claimed his organization would aim to publish documents “every week” in the run up to US Election Day on November 8.
Clinton’s campaign has made unsubstantiated claims that WikiLeaks is working with the Russian government to help defeat the Democrat in favor of Trump.
Last week the FBI reissued a statement saying it was working to “determine the accuracy, nature and scope” of cyber intrusions, but did not name any suspected perpetrators.
The fact is that classified documents are usually classified because those involved don’t want their corruption exposed to the American people.
This has allowed a whole system of criminal activities to exist within our leadership that is, for the most part, untouchable and immune to prosecution by average Americans wanting a just and fair governance.
WikiLeaks may be the only way of finding out who these people are and what they have done and it is to our benefit that those emails continue to be leaked so that ordinary people can see the corruption, of our self-serving leadership, for themselves.
They need to be held accountable!