SICK: Mediaite Writes 'The Case For Droning Julian Assange'Chris Menahan
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Mediaite editor Jon Levine wrote a non-sarcastic article on Monday making "the case" for murdering famed Wikileaks publisher Julian Assange in a drone strike.
From Mediaite, 'The Case For Droning Julian Assange':
After a very long period of mollycoddling, the Trump administration appears to finally be getting tough with Wikileaks. During a press conference in April, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said that he was looking for ways to arrest and prosecute its mercurial leader, Julian Assange. That same month, CIA Director Mike Pompeo denounced the organization as a "hostile intelligence service," but added that the problem of Wikileaks and Assange offered no "quick fix."
Now hear me out; I don't use the "D-word" lightly. The fact is, Mr. Assange is no ordinary hacker, fleecing little old ladies or snatching R&D from Microsoft. He is a nefarious actor on the world stage. His disclosures have directly aided and abetted America's international adversaries from Russia to ISIS, and his leaks have unquestionably made Americans and many others less safe around the world. Assange's actions are not hacking, they are cyberterrorism -- and they should be dealt with thusly.This is your "liberal" establishment, folks.
Levine's has had this blood lust ever since Wikileaks exposed Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential election:
Incidentally, he was fine with Snowden's leaks exposing the Bush administration:
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