Julian Assange was the white knight of the 2016 U.S. presidential election, revealing to the world the true nature of Hillary Clinton and her cronies.


Julian Assange has been holed up in the pictured Ecuadorian Embassy for years, but has renewed fears for his safety after the 2016 U.S. elections.

Via his whistleblower website, Wikileaks, Assange was able to amass and disseminate a plethora of information from inside the Clinton campaign which showcased the former Secretary of State’s unbelievably corrupt dealings with those in power across the planet.  The American people then swiftly and decisively rejected Clinton on election day.

Now, Assange believes that his role in revealing the truth about Clinton has him being targeted by frightening and powerful individuals.

“’I have been detained illegally, without charge for six years, without sunlight, lots of spies everywhere,’ said Assange, appearing emotional.

“’It’s tough… but that’s the mission I set myself on. I understand the kind of game that’s being played – big powerful actors will try and take revenge…it’s a different thing for my family – I have young children, under 10 years old, they didn’t sign up for that… and I think that is fundamentally unjust… my family is innocent, they didn’t sign up for that fight.’

“During the interview, which was coincidentally aired on January 3rd, the birth date of murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich, Assange reiterated his assertion that WIkileaks’ source for the DNC and John Podesta documents was not Russia or any state actor.

“Although refusing to name sources, Assange has indicated on more than one previous occasion that Rich was the source for the DNC leaks.

“Rich was mysteriously murdered on July 10 in a case that remains unsolved. Wikileaks subsequently offered $20,000 dollars for information leading to the capture of his killer.”

Assange’s assertions are certainly not unfounded.  The Wikileaks mastermind has recently canceled appearances at the Ecuadorian embassy where he is staying due to profound and credible threats to his life.

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