Clinton Conspired To Drone The Wikileaks Founder
By Brett MacDonald AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS–
Julian Assange may be in trouble. If you haven’t already heard, he has quite the October Surprise planned for Hillary Clinton.
If you have a good memory, you might remember the days when Wikileaks was the lovechild of the Democratic Party. That was back in the old days of the Bush Administration where Wikileaks could work its job as an adversarial force without stepping on any of the liberal toes they so righteously crush today.
But what about those transition years? Thinking back to November 2010, one might recall an enormous batch of diplomatic cables being leaked by Wikileaks. Well when those cables were being teased to audiences much like he is now teasing is grand October Surprise, world leaders were plotting in secret to stamp out the Assange threat before he was able to make good on his promise to air the dirty laundry of the global elite.
Secretary Clinton, for her part, was getting tons of pressure from the Obama Administration. She was tasked with the unofficial duty of removing the Wikileaks cables from the path of an Obama Agenda that was only just catching its corrupted stride. What did Clinton come up with? A number of options — foremost among them were the “nonlegal” means of ‘neutralizing’ the leak. If you’re finding all of this hard to believe (I was), here is a Clinton surrogate and adviser Bob Beckel calls for the “illegal” assassination of the Wikileaks founder.
Immediately following the conclusion of the wild brainstorming session, one of Clinton’s top aides, State Department Director of Policy Planning Ann-Marie Slaughter, penned an email to Clinton, Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills, and aides Huma Abebin and Jacob Sullivan at 10:29 a.m. entitled “an SP memo on possible legal and nonlegal strategies re Wikileaks.”
“Nonlegal strategies.” How did that phrasing make it into an official State Department email subject line dealing with solving Wikileaks and Assange? Why would the secretary of state and her inner circle be discussing any “nonlegal strategies” for anything whatsoever? Against anyone? Shouldn’t all the strategies discussed by the country’s top diplomat be strictly legal only? And is the email a smoking gun to confirm Clinton was actually serious about pursuing an obvious “nonlegal strategy” proposal to allegedly assassinate Assange? Numerous attempts were made to try and interview and decipher Slaughter’s choice of email wording, however, she could not be reached for comment. Insiders said Slaughter is keeping a “low profile” in Princeton, NJ until she is nominated for a position in Clinton’s cabinet if the Democrat is elected in November. Likewise, True Pundit attempted to contact Mills, Abedin, and Sullivan for their perspectives on this story. None commented on the record.
Assange’s October Surprise is set to be released this upcoming Tuesday via webcast to the Alex Jones Show. Please keep your ear to the ground for future updates. We will be covering these events closely.