Pam Anderson Wants Juliane Assange To Flee To France To Avoid Trump DOJ
Actress Pamela Anderson has a history of being friends with Wikileaks founder, Juliane Assange. She is even believed to have visited Assange during last year’s Presidential campaign while he remained without Internet at the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
But now the stakes are seemingly raised as President Donald Trump, who once applauded Assange for calling out the elitist scum, might be gunning for him. And Anderson is advising that Assange look for refuge in France, which I’d assume is a reaction to Marine Le Pen’s victory yesterday, placing her squarely in a French Presidential race against Jean-Luc Melanchon. Both have stated they’d give Assange citizenship.
“Julian named the names of very influential people who will stop at nothing to discredit him, he needs protection and France would be the best place for that,” Journal Du Dimanche quoted Anderson as saying.
According to her, accusations of rape against Assange are slander.
According to Fox News, Donald Trump’s administration is not as fond about Assange and Wikileaks as President Donald Trump seemed to be throughout his campaign.
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CIA Director Mike Pompeo said last week, “It’s time to call out WikiLeaks for what it really is: a non-state hostile intelligence service often abetted by state actors like Russia.”
Jeff Sessions Department of Justice has been eerily aggressive over Wikileaks, releasing the following statement: “We won’t comment on ongoing investigations, however, I think it’s been pretty clear that the Department of Justice will prosecute any violations of federal law when it comes to our national security,” White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said in a briefing Friday.
If Trump has turned his back on Assange, has he done so out of political compromise? Is Trump becoming the globalist he once fought against?
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Author: Jim Satney
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