Paul Manafort Secretly Met With Julian Assange Multiple Times
Assange will never get the chance to prove that this never happened. Why? Because he is being charged under the Espionage Act which doesn't allow the person to put on a defense. It's Kabuki bullshit and should have never have used in a country that says it is one where it made up of laws.
President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort secretly met with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on multiple occasions, with the last meeting occurring a few months before WikiLeaks released hacked Democratic National Committee emails in the summer of 2016, The Guardian reported Tuesday.
Manafort met with Assange in 2013, 2015 and “around March 2016,” sources told The Guardian. Trump hired him at the end of March.
The details of the meetings were unknown, and Manafort denied The Guardian’s report.
This is going to be one of the most infamous news disasters since Stern published the "Hitler Diaries".
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) November 27, 2018
The Ecuadoran embassy is one of the most photographed and surveilled locations in the history of the world. I find it hard to believe Paul Manafort snuck in there without anyone noticing.
— Fourth Stooge (@Fourth_Stooge) November 27, 2018
The Hillbots are happy as pigs in shit and saying that Assange should be charged for releasing the DNC and Her emails.
Attacking on the perceived intentions is twaddle. Attack the released data. Was it falsified? Much of it is absolutely verified - stuff on Afghanistan war. Stuff on the Dems. Verifiable.
— John Zibell (@JohnZibell) November 27, 2018
So what are you going too say when JA shows proof it was NOT Russia but in fact a Democrat intern named Seth Rich who was murdered in DC? Seriously, will that be enough or more Russia conspiracy? Use your heads. Obama and Hillary sold all of us out. US...not left vs right.
— The Unapologetic Patriot (@AFK9) November 27, 2018
There is a hearing today in Virginia brought by the someone in the justice department to get the secret indictment against Assange released and we know that his attorneys were not allowed in the embassy last weekend to prepare for this trial.
I SO agree with Rev. Wright!