A WikiLeaks tweet has sparked alarm. Though Liberal trolls are mockingly replying to the social media post by Julian Assange’s group, but there could be real cause for concern.
The Clinton circle is littered with folks who died suddenly of natural causes or mysterious accidents after running afoul of the career politician power couple. Julian Assange and his colleagues are certainly not on her Christmas card list, and they could be in physical danger.
NOTE: No present WikiLeaks staff, including our editor, have medical, psychological or drug conditions which could lead to sudden death.
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) January 13, 2017
As previously reported by the Angry Patriot, Hillary Clinton once “joked” about ordering a drone strike on the Ecuadorian embassy in London where the WikiLeaks founder sought asylum.
During the 2016 presidential campaign, it took London police officers two hours to respond to a call about an intruder breaking into the Ecuadorian embassy. The London police department is located two blocks away from where Julian Assange is holed up.
Maybe Assange’s vow to give himself up to authorities for extradition if Bradley Manning is pardoned by Barack Obama has something to do with the concerns about life and limb. If Assange is interrogated, he might spill a lot more about Bill and Hillary Clinton, and the Democrat Party, than he has leaked online.
Julian Assange would be an easy target for the kind of criminals who have taken out people who were less than friends with Clinton before. Perhaps a mugger who steals nothing but murders anyway might take an interest in him, or maybe he will commit suicide via two-gunshots to the head if he leave the embassy and is in a federal prison in the United States.
“If Obama grants Manning clemency Assange will agree to US extradition despite clear unconstitutionality of DoJ case,” Assange tweeted. Manning’s name is reportedly on the short list for possible clemency.
The WikiLeaks founder has been at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London since June 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden to face sexual assault allegations, Fox News notes. Assange has always proclaimed his innocence and indicated the charges were brought by powerful people merely to silence him.
Assange feared Stockholm officials would extradite him to the United States after WikiLeaks published thousands of secret military cables. The were leaked by Bradley Manning who was still an active duty soldier at the time.
Bradley Manning is currently serving a 35-year prison sentence for giving WikiLeaks more than 700,000 sensitive documents. Unless Barack Obama pardons him, Manning will spend decades in a cell at Fort Leavenworth.