Proof Trump’s Administration Is Guilty of the Silencing of Assange

Folks, don’t let his administration fool you, the proof is in the pudding and the pudding leaves a bad taste in your mouth. Men like Mike Pompeo, and VP Mike Pence are so guilty of the 8-month torture of Julian Assange it is unreal. Yet, there are those of you who are still in denial and probably still will be after I share the facts.


Julian was gagged on March 28th, 2018 and had no access to the internet, visitors or the telephone. After 15 days, according to the UN Nelson Mandela Act, solitary confinement is considered torture. Ecuador President Lenin Moreno issued this order but let me show how he was coerced by the United States. Now for the proof who was behind it.

Wikileaks has routinely stated that Ecuador was bribed to silence Assange indefinitely as seen in this tweet:


We also know to due to recent news that the US does, in fact, have charges against Assange but are refusing to release what they are. See this article from Associated Press.

“The Justice Department has filed charges under seal against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

That’s according to a person familiar with the situation who spoke on condition of anonymity to The Associated Press because no charges have been publicly announced. It was not clear what the charges were or when they might be made public.

The fact that charges had been prepared was disclosed in an errant court filing in an unrelated case that was recently unsealed and that contained Assange’s name.”

“The prosecutor wrote the charges “would need to remain sealed until Assange is arrested in connection with the charges in the criminal complaint and can therefore no longer evade or avoid arrest and extradition.”

Jeff Sessions in 2017 said he would make the arrest of Julian Assange a priority, with the go-ahead from President Trump. See article in the BBC News dated April 21st, 2017.

“The US attorney general, Jeff Sessions, says arresting Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is a “priority”.

So, now you are asking what Mike Pompeo, current secretary of State, has to do with it right? Let’s go back in time and take a look when he was CIA director what he said about Assange and Wikileaks. In an article from the New York Times seen here, Mike Pompeo said the following:

“WikiLeaks walks like a hostile intelligence service and talks like a hostile intelligence service,” Mr. Pompeo said.

But Mr. Pompeo’s harshest words were reserved for Julian Assange, calling the WikiLeaks founder a “narcissist” and “a fraud — a coward hiding behind a screen.”

Later, Pompeo met with Ecuador’s Foreign Minister Valencia after the silencing of Assange as seen here. What do you suppose they talked about? Then there was the infamous meeting between Paul Manafort and President Lenin Moreno negotiating the turn over of Assange to the U.S. as reported by CNBC. See below:

“President Donald Trump’s former campaign chief, Paul Manafort, tried to negotiate an agreement for the government of Ecuador to hand over Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to the U.S, the New York Times reported.

Vice President Mike Pence also met with Moreno and spoke of Assange according to the Washington Times Article.

“The vice president raised the issue of Mr. Assange. It was a constructive conversation. They agreed to remain in close coordination on potential next steps going forward,” a White House official said in a statement issued following Thursday’s meeting with Mr. Moreno, The Washington Examiner first reported.”

Just interesting how this plays out. According to some, Ecuador inevitably fell to the pressure of the US and then after a UN visit, returned partial rights to Assange with a draconian rules to prevent him from speaking. We have to ask what Assange knows that these 2 top Trump officials want him permanently silenced. Are they pawns of the Deep State or receiving instructions from the President himself? Only time will tell the truth. In the meantime, join in the fight to free this award-winning, Nobel Peace prize nominee in gaining his freedom from his illegal detainment of 8 years. Julian Assange will have been held without charge for 3000 days on February 23rd, 2019.

Back in the Fight to Free Assange

I’ve been extremely depressed since I came home from London in early January after standing watch over Julian Assange for 21 days.  I couldn’t really figure out the cause.  It seems to get worse every day but I finally understand what the problem is.  When I was in London I had a purpose and felt like I was doing something important.  My life had meaning.  It was kind of like when you attend that concert you dreamed of seeing. During the concert, you all excited and screaming with the crowd and it’s the best thing on earth.  You’ve waited for months to hear that band play.  Two days later, you are still kind of on that high but it’s fading.  A month later, it’s a distant memory and you are back in your humdrum life.

My problem was that I wasn’t expecting to completely lose focus on the most important thing (other than raising my children) that I have ever done in my life.  The last month I have slowly stopped working so hard to Free Julian Assange and I am truly ashamed of myself.  Many of you look to me for news and love to read my articles and see my memes.  I want to apologize for losing sight of my goal.  I am sorry I forgot in my own selfishness what my true purpose and my calling.  Most of all, I send my regrets to Julian himself.

There is nothing more important than working to free him.  He stands for so many things. He stands for truth, justice, free speech, free press, and human rights.  His persecution shows the unjust manner in which the U.S. government chooses to treat journalists who expose their corruption.  He has been tortured for 8 months through solitary confinement.  He is a victim of a horrible crime against humanity itself and I let my own emotions stop me momentarily in the fight.  For that, I am more than remorseful.

I am back folks with a new vigor and desire to reach our goal of not only freeing Assange but seeing him vindicated for the misery that they have put him through. I intend to another vigil in DC in the Spring and June 19th if he is still detained then.  I hope you will forgive me for my momentary lapse of reason and stand with me to FREE ASSANGE!Julian-Assange-Embassy-724516


What pain lies within the inutterable sadness of sin
Of letting the labyrinth of your soul fall for a moment as your heart calls
Inevitably the heartbeat you once longed to hear
The thought if which you can no longer bear
What you thought was turning into a precious memory
Now you wish that it would flee
Into the agony that is your life day after day of grief
That it seems no matter how you try you cannot get relief
Searching for a like mind goes hindered in the dust of pain
As the tears they fall like rain
Will it ever end or will you always be alone
As you seek the arms of what you call home
Or will you fail in your search endlessly
Because it seems no one can love me…

The Truth About Jerome Corsi


It is not unusual for a journalist in this day and age to stretch the truth to make a story bigger but to out and out lie to keep themselves in the public eye is outrageous. Jerome Corsi seems to make a habit of it and also to lie to cover his own ass. In fact, it appears he is giving false information about Assange to save himself from being indicted by the Mueller Witch Hunt. Claiming to be an honest, integrious man and a Christian. Corsi has time and time again used false information about Julian Assange to make himself look bigger than he truly is.

For instance, in January of 2018, Jerome Corsi hearing rumors because of Julian’s account being deleted on Christmas Night chose to spread the lie further through this tweet seen below. He in no way vetted this to be fact but just furthered the gossip going around. He used an InfoWars article based on the same rumors to try to prove he was right.


Jerome Corsi has been caught many times in his deceit and dishonest nature. When I myself called him out on his lie about Cassandra Fairbanks and Julian Assange seen below, he immediately blocked my account rather than replying to me.

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This was my tweet:

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There is much truth to this. Currently, Assange is unable to defend himself due to unfair Ecuadorian regulations put on his asylum. He cannot speak about anything political and is not online at this point. Also, by spreading this lie on MSM he has put Assange’s life in more danger than it is already in.

Corsi claimed to have prior knowledge of the Podesta emails through Roger Stone who it has been proven had no such knowledge. In the end, he retracts and says he believes Stone had this information and said the following:

Jerome Corsi on CNN: “I believed, I figured out that Assange had Podesta’s emails … and it turned out that I was right”

Once again, he is not only covering his ass but turning on his own. See below statement:


I believe Corsi knows he will be indicted and is directly trying to sabotage Assange for brownie points. Stone had no contact with Assange and was refused a visit when trying to visit the Embassy.

It is hardly surprising that Corsi and Stone stated prior to October 6th, 2016 that they believed Assange had more to dump as Assange himself stated in this interview on July 29th, 2016:


“We have more material related to the Hillary Clinton campaign” ~Julian Assange

After I myself watched this interview, I could have predicted what was to come. I am certainly not psychic but it was obvious Assange and Wikileaks intended to drop more data.

The funny part of the Mueller investigation is this. The only thing they have on Wikileaks is that they simply published the DNC emails and the Podesta emails and cannot in all actuality prove anything else. Wikileaks did a service to the community by exposing the criminal behavior of both the DNC and the Clinton Foundation, nothing else. They did their jobs as real journalists and honest media organization. No one has questioned the authenticity of these documents or any other document published by Wikileaks in the past or present.

In fact, everyone knows the US wants to extradite Assange. What fruit does it bare to prove that no one in the Trump administration or any journalist had prior knowledge of this Mr. Mueller? All it will do is further prove you are on a witch hunt.

And as for Jerome Corsi, please continue to lie and make accusations it only validates those of who know you are lying. But remember Mr. Corsi one day you will stand before the Judge who knows all and the truth will come to light and all those hidden will be revealed.

This Week in Assange: A look at recent news

img_20181001_170556-265904602.jpgAccording to media sources including the Evening Standard, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange cannot receive a fair trial in the United States.  The trial itself would be a kangaroo trial and would be worst then the Salem Witch Trials.  Julian Assange would be convicted regardless of what his defense lawyers brought forth.  This includes the opinion of many others including John Kiriakou, (know for his exposure of CIA torture program and radio program),as seen here when he spoke with Suzie Dawson on a Unity4J vigil seen youtube video with John Kiriakou.

According to the Evening Standard (link above):

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange “cannot hope to receive a fair trial” in the US after a judge refused to make supposed criminal charges against him public, according to the organisation.

There is much truth in this especially after US District Judge Leonie Brinkema ruled that the charges against Assange will remain sealed until he is arrested. (Statement below). A fair trial would start with the defendant able to see what he is charged with, correct?  How can Assange’s lawyers even begin to start a defense case if they don’t know what the charges are? Of course, we know enough from previous articles and statements that espionage and coercion are involved but what else? DyL66iVX0AAn_Fo.jpg

According to this statement, it hasn’t been proved there are charges but there has been. In November, Associated Press released the following article stating:

“The Justice Department has filed charges under seal against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

That’s according to a person familiar with the situation who spoke on condition of anonymity to The Associated Press because no charges have been publicly announced. It was not clear what the charges were or when they might be made public.

The fact that charges had been prepared was disclosed in an errant court filing in an unrelated case that was recently unsealed and that contained Assange’s name.”

“The prosecutor wrote the charges “would need to remain sealed until Assange is arrested in connection with the charges in the criminal complaint and can therefore no longer evade or avoid arrest and extradition.”

If the US government continues with its desire to prosecute this award winning journalist and publisher for doing what so many other news organizations have done in the past, it will destroy the 1st amendment of the US Constitution.  It will set a precedent against all future publishers who release to the public any kind of official government documents exposing crime and corruption in that agency.   It will destroy what the US stands for and that is freedom and justice.  It will further corrupt the very court system we rely on for truth and justice.  As an American who values my Constitution and the amendments therein, I find it absolutely disgusting that the DOJ of my country would violate it so willingly and destructively.

Earlier this week, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders shut down a reporter asking if working with Wikileaks should be a crime.  See video here.  Of course we all have heard that Rudy Giullani said that Assange should not be charged citing the Pentagon Papers but the DOJ doesn’t seem to be listening nor does the ABC organizations.

There isn’t a media organization who hasn’t at one time or another cited Wikileaks documents. If Wikileaks staff and it’s founder are prosecuted then shouldn’t the New York Times and Washington Post also be for publishing classified information?  What about the Guardian who released the Snowden Files? Then shouldn’t the government go back in time to Watergate?  What organization should not then be put on trial who have referenced any classified document?  See where this would lead to?  The end of any truthful statements made by media about the corruption and crime our government is involved on and us only receiving the propaganda approved by said government.

Also in Assange news is the statement from the IAC seen below from a Wikileaks tweet:

“The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights () has given Ecuador five days to answer seven questions on threats against Julian Assange’s asylum after moves to sell Julian Assange to US government for “debt relief”.”

Whether Ecuador will comply should be interesting as they have not complied to either the ruling on his asylum in the past by the IAC or the requests from the UN to remove his unrealistic demands from Ecuador on his internet access and visitors.  Many of these regulations are not only tyrannical in nature but against Assange’s human rights as a refugee.  Yet, Ecuador has refused to comply with international law, so I doubt they will answer questions reasonably or honestly if they do at all.

Isn’t it time the US government, the UK government and Ecuador act like democracies instead of tyrannical, evil bullies and free this journalist?