Is It Possible Julian Assange Has Information Or Evidence That Could Destroy The Russian Collusion Hoax?

April 15, 2019 6:24 pm  

(TeaParty.org) – Jerome Corsi, a noted journalist, recently made an appearance on Fox Business over the weekend, stating that he believed Julian Assange, co-founder of Wikileaks is being “unjustly persecuted” and may have some sort of information or evidence that would completely annihilate the left’s Russian collusion hoax.

“I would recommend that Julian Assange fight back just like I did,” Corsi stated. “In fact, I think that Julian Assange should come back and open up the Seth Rich case.”

Corsi himself was included in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s all-for-nothing Russia collusion investigation, went on to say, “Assange has information that could absolutely destroy the Russian collusion hoax,” noting that the reason the deep state hates him so much is because he exposes government secrets.

Here’s a video of the interview, so you can see for yourself.

One definitely has to wonder why so many folks are going hard after Assange. Is it really because he put people’s lives at risk by releasing information the government wanted to be kept secret, or is it because of the information still in his organization’s possession?

The whole Russia investigation was nothing more than a witch hunt, with the left hoping beyond hope that this little tactic would dig up some massive dirt on Trump that would lead to his impeachment and removal from office.

That’s how much liberals hate the guy. They don’t want him to succeed and for America to be made better off by his leadership. They’re still sore from their loss back in 2016, from the fact that much of what Obama accomplished has been erased.

How sad that this is more important to them than their fellow citizens.

Source: dcclothesline.com/2019/04/14/does-julian-assange-possess-information-that-could-shatter-the-russian-collusion-hoax/

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