Comedy Gold: Theresa May Says Assange's Arrest Shows That 'No One Is Above The Law'Chris Menahan
Apr. 11, 2019
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I can't stop laughing!
"I am sure that the whole House will welcome the news this morning that the Metropolitan Police have arrested Julian Assange for breach of bail, after nearly seven years in the Ecuadorian embassy," May said.
"This goes to show that in the United Kingdom, no one is above the law."
Assange's only "crime" in the UK was breaching his bail after Sweden sought to have him extradited for allegedly "raping" a woman who sang his praises and repeatedly texted, "I want him. I want him," before they had sex.
Assange believed his extradition from the UK to Sweden would have led to him being extradited from Sweden to the US -- and he's now been proven entirely right.
While May hilariously says "no one is above the law," she and the rest of the UK government happily look the other way when it comes to British girls being raped by "Asian" "grooming gangs" in Rotherham and elsewhere.
Not only are they above the law but May's government will throw you in prison for complaining too loudly about it!
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