Ecuador Pressured to End Julian Assage's Asylum After DNC LeakChris Menahan
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While embarrassing Republicans is no big deal, embarrassing Democrats is serious business.
Ecuador is being urged to end its asylum of Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange by one of its most prominent diplomats, following the recent leak of Democratic National Committee (DNC) emails.Here's some of what Lasso wrote in El Comerico (via The Gateway Pundit):
It happens that the author of the mess is none other than the person to whom Ecuador has granted asylum and protection for more than four years. I was the first to say that Assange has, like all human beings, inalienable rights that must be respected. However, an asylee also has obligations can not ignore. should not “perform acts that disturb the public peace or tend to participate or influence political activities” and also must respect and not harm their acts to the country that decided asilarlo.Assange could potentially blow the election wide open and destroy Hillary Clinton with his next leak, which I would guess is potentially going to be more scandalous than the first.
You can be damn sure Hillary wants him dead.
Considering how many suspicious deaths happen to people who cross the Clintons, you can be sure Assange is under quite a lot of pressure.
In other news, Wikileaks is offering a $20k reward for anyone with information on the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich...
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