Gabbard: Assange Arrest Is Meant to 'Send A Message to All Americans' to 'Toe The Line' or 'Pay The Price'Chris Menahan
Apr. 11, 2019
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Democrat 2020 presidential candidate Rep Tulsi Gabbard on Thursday forcefully condemned the arrest of Wikileaks publisher Julian Assange saying it was "meant to send a message" to Americans to "be quiet, behave [and] toe the line" or "you will pay the price."
"The arrest of #JulianAssange is meant to send a message to all Americans and journalists: be quiet, behave, toe the line. Or you will pay the price," Gabbard said on Twitter.
"The purpose of arresting #JulianAssange is to send a message to the people, especially journalists, to be quiet and donít get out of line. If we, the people, allow the government to control us through fear, we are no longer free, we are no longer America," Gabbard said in a follow-up tweet, sharing video of her appearance on CNN Thursday afternoon.
On Tuesday, Gabbard released a video saying, "Netenyahu and Saudi Arabia want to drag the United States into war against Iran and Trump is submitting to their wishes."
"The cost in lives and money will be beyond our imagination."
Tulsi Gabbard successfully qualified for the Democratic debates on Wednesday after getting over 65,000 individual donors for her campaign.
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