Julian Assange Has Information So Important That He’ll Receive a Pardon From Trump
This has got to be information about Seth Rich and his role in the DNC leaking case. No other information would get him a pardon. If so, it would set off a chain of events that would either end in the firing of Robert Mueller and the destruction of the media and the Democrat party apparatus, or it Sessions will force Robert Mueller to investigate the Democrats and their role in the murder of Seth Rich.
The Democrats have hated Julian Assange for a long time, with the Obama Administration calling Assange a Russian agent back in October, 2016.
After all, John Podesta was stating that they would need to make an example out of “these leakers” and that he would be absolutely on board with whatever they needed to do, including the wet works.
As it is almost certainly the case that Seth Rich was the leaker, given the data transfer speeds required to download the data (from the metadata that was analyzed) is impossible at long distances, the DNC is truly and royally in trouble if this comes to light.
They in the media have been trying to smother the links between Seth Rich and the DNC leaking case for months now. A confirmation with evidence that Seth Rich was the leaker will seal the Russia narrative from the Democrats and the media, for good.
And so we see the scrambling of the media to cover the racism/KKK/White Nationalist insanity is a distraction from the Russia narrative, which has all but vanished from the political landscape over the last two weeks.
So, is President Trump going to grant Julian Assange a pardon for the information he can potentially give? We’ll see in the next week, but Rohrabacher seems hopeful:
Rohrabacher told The Daily Caller in an exclusive interview Thursday that Assange is hoping to leave the Ecuadorian embassy in London where he is currently in asylum, and that during the meeting they explored “what might be necessary to get him out.”
The congressman told TheDC that “if [Assange] is going to give us a big favor, he would obviously have to be pardoned to leave the Ecuadorian embassy.” Assange took asylum in the embassy in August 2012 after facing sexual assault charges in Sweden. The Justice Department also reportedly wants to charge Assange for helping Edward Snowden, a former NSA analyst, leak thousands of classified documents.
“He has information that will be of dramatic importance to the United States and the people of our country as well as to our government,” Rohrabacher said. “Thus if he comes up with that, you know he’s going to expect something in return. He can’t even leave the embassy to get out to Washington to talk to anybody if he doesn’t have a pardon. Obviously there is an issue there that needs to be dealt with, but we haven’t come to any conclusion yet.”
The U.S. intelligence community has said Russia was involved in the hacking and leaking of emails from the Democratic National Committee during the presidential election. Assange has continued to maintain that Russia was not WikiLeaks’ source and has long maintained that he would never reveal a source.
Rohrabacher has been maligned by opponents for being too favorable to the Russian government, and was called “Putin’s favorite congressman” by Politico. He told TheDC that these attacks are due to people’s efforts to “obscure information that would be damaging to their political positions.”
“They can’t fool the American people all the time, especially if there’s some dramatic information that would expose this monstrous fraud that has been perpetrated on the American people and thus undermining an elected president and his ability to take the responsibility given to him by the voters,” Rohrabacher stated.