Ron Paul Says: Finally! MSM Outlets Call for Charges Against Assange To Be Dropped

On Today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

Five major mainstream media outlets, including the New York Times, have issued a letter calling the US Administration to drop the charges against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. Assange has been a political prisoner in the UK since 2019.

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

13 thoughts on “Ron Paul Says: Finally! MSM Outlets Call for Charges Against Assange To Be Dropped”

  1. If we let Jonathan Pollard free to become a martyr in Israel for spying on us, then we darn better drop the charges against Assange and release him.

    1. We won’t because we (the people) are not in charge here. A foreign power is. I’ll let you take a guess as to which foreign power that is.

  2. Had Trump been smart and not surrounded himself with Deep State infiltrators he would have pardoned Assange who would then have pointed to the real hacker of the Democrat’s server and ended the Russian collusion hoax right then and there.

    1. Trump only cares about money and his ego. All else to him is an afterthought. He was probably afraid that Assange would publish something about him.

      1. Trump’s ego definitely gets in the way like his refusal to admit the vax he pushed is actually a lethal injection.

    2. The trouble with Trump is he’s a natural born con artist and thus an easy mark… So long sucker!

  3. Far too little and far too late. Better than not doing it, but more of a publicity stunt than anything useful. Assange has been totally broken mentally and physically, and Wikileaks has been destroyed and is no longer able to report on the transgressions of the U.S. and other powerful actors. Better than nothing, but that’s all it is.

    1. Far too little and far too late.

      They know Assange will be litigated to death and want to avoid having his blood on their hands… Or at least they want deniability.

      False face must hide what false heart doth know.

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