Screenshot: Just 24 Hours After Assange’s Release, 20,000 DNC Emails Pulled from WikiLeaks – Here’s Why

The Julian Assange saga ended this week in a federal court in Saipan, an American commonwealth in the Northern Mariana Islands. Assange pleaded guilty to a single conspiracy charge of obtaining and disclosing American national defense information. Even to the end, Assange is dictating the terms: The plea deal drops all other Espionage Act charges; it includes a sentence of time already served, so he will be released; and the court proceeding took place in the Western Pacific, rather than in Virginia where he was initially indicted, to accommodate Assange’s desire not to set foot in the United States.

Despite that, the Wikileaks founder became a cult hero for the radical Left and libertarians of an anarchist bent — and, disturbingly, for a vocal faction on the right as well. They portray him as a fearless “journalist” dedicated to exposing the seamy underbelly of American aggression and corruption. If we see the latest move from Assange and Wikileaks the truth is far from that.

All 20,000 leaked DNC emails have just been removed from Wikileaks.

This is part of a deal with Biden’s DOJ.

Now everything makes sense.

End Wokeness posted on X:

Following Julian Assange’s guilty plea to unlawfully obtaining and disclosing classified documents related to national defense, WikiLeaks has removed all DNC emails from its platform; all emails appear with an Internal Server Error Message.

As part of the plea deal, Assange must ensure the return or destruction of unpublished information held by him or WikiLeaks and provide a sworn affidavit confirming compliance, effectively limiting his legal exposure and potentially curtailing future leaks.

If you wonder why the emails were removed we can only tell that this is Election interference.

Anyone suggestion otherwise is kidding themselves.
Everything that exposed the DNC’s corrupt behavior is suddenly ‘gone’….

The deal of the century to protect the Democrats…

The curiosity is that the Justice Department charged Assange with only the Manning thefts and leaks from over a dozen years ago. Uncharged were offenses far more serious than the conduct that led to dozens of felony charges against Donald Trump under the same statute. Recall that for years we’d been tirelessly assured that Assange and Wikileaks had worked with Putin’s regime in the theft and 2016 publication of thousands of Democratic National Committee emails — the foundation of the “collusion” hoax, in which the Hillary Clinton campaign and the FBI (among other government actors) portrayed Trump, even after he took office as president, as a clandestine agent of the Kremlin. Yet, although special counsel Robert Mueller indicted a number of Russians our government knew would never face trial, Assange was never charged. Such allegations would undoubtedly have helped the Justice Department convince the British government to extradite Assange . . . if, of course, prosecutors had been able to prove them.

Absent such charges, and with the Manning outrages discounted by Obama’s clemency and fading memories, the chance that Assange would be prosecuted became increasingly remote.

Hence, the plea bargain.

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Bruce Hoenshell

Bruce Hoenshell is a military historian, he is one of the most prolific conservative writers today, often churning out multiple columns per week. His writings tend to focus on international themes, modern warfare. Style Sampling: “ It is not that we need social networking and Internet searches more than food and fuel, but rather that we have the impression that cool zillionaires in flip-flops are good while uncool ones in wingtips are quite bad.”

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