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Saturday, September 16, 2017

End nears for Hillary's Russian excuse

The end may come to the desperate efforts by Democrats and their servers in the media to de-legitimize President Trump's historic victory. The paranoid conspiracy theory of Russia costing Hillary the election may be put on the shelf of quackery next to the staged moon landing.

Republican Congressman Dana Rohrabacher of California may cut a deal with Julian Assange, if the latter can produce evidence that exonerates Russia.

In short, the president will pardon Assange if Assange names the DNC staffer who leaked the emails that showed the Democrats were in cahoots with the media -- or produces the thumbnail drive used to leak the emails.

This is where Bradley (aka Chelsea) Manning comes into play.

In granting clemency to a spy who leaked military secrets, Barack Obama enabled President Trump to pardon a man who leaked political information.

You see how that works?

From the Wall Street Journal:
WASHINGTON -- A U.S. congressman contacted the White House this week trying to broker a deal that would end WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's U.S. legal troubles in exchange for what he described as evidence that Russia wasn't the source of hacked emails published by the antisecrecy website during the 2016 presidential campaign.
The proposal made by Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R., Calif.), in a phone call Wednesday with White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, was apparently aimed at resolving the probe of WikiLeaks prompted by Assange's publication of secret U.S. government documents in 2010 through a pardon or other act of clemency from President Donald Trump.
The possible "deal" -- a term used by Rohrabacher during the Wednesday phone call -- would involve a pardon of Mr. Assange or "something like that," Rohrabacher said. In exchange, Assange would probably present a computer drive or other data-storage device that Rohrabacher said would exonerate Russia in the long-running controversy about who was the source of hacked and stolen material aimed at embarrassing the Democratic Party during the 2016 election.
"He would get nothing, obviously, if what he gave us was not proof," Rohrabacher said.
Rohrabacher confirmed he spoke to Kelly this week but declined to discuss the content of their conversation. "I can't confirm or deny anything about a private conversation at that level," he said in a brief interview. He declined to elaborate further.
Gateway Pundit reported: "Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller – who is investigating whether President Trump colluded with Russia during the 2016 election – refuses to speak with Julian Assange. He must be afraid of what he might find."

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  1. I'm all in favor of this plan, and hope it works.

    Personally I think Assange deserves the Medal of Freedom for his work in exposing the corruption of the DNC and its ties to the Clinton campaign, as well as his work exposing the corruption within our own government.

    He has already paid too high a price for exposing wrongdoers in high places.

    1. I agree with you 100% Eskyman.

    2. I liked Assange's screwing up of Hillary's campaign, but I don't think he's as altruistic as he purports to be. If so, he'd already've provided what he knows about that Seth Rich fellow, and what he has about other stuff.
      I don't think I could trust Assange for "the Truth."

    3. Assange dares not give up what he knows about Seth Rich because he'd end up the same way.

  2. Mueller isn't afraid of what he might find. He already knows the truth. He is afraid that someone else may learn the truth and let it be known. That would cost him his seat on the gravy train and position of power in the Swamp (TM). Nope. The truth is the only thing that won't be leaked. - Elric

  3. The most ridiculous government "investigation" - by far - that I have seen since I started watching around 1955-56.

    With the money spent, the government could have bought 2 new mansions for the Obama kids, 2 new ones for Bernie as well as cover his wife's current legal fees, 2 more each for Bill, Hillary and Chelsea as well as pay for the house in Chappaqua, New York that Hillary brought for her Presidential staff to work at, and 4 more for John McCain who very probably is still not sure of exactly how many homes he owns.

    But if you think the real estate market is suffering, keep the faith - word is that Mueller's lawyers are billing the government approximately $1,200 an hour. I'm sure they've already begun purchasing new properties with the proceeds (government checks never bounce). Yet another example of President Trump creating good-paying jobs for Americans!

    1. Mueller is just another "leftist" idiot, who knows full well that his is not a SERIOUS investigation but rather a witch hunt with a pre-ordained conclusion.

      Yes, if he has any brains he ought to be scared! In my opinion Assange is the key to all of this unraveling. This deal would be great if it ever comes to fruition! The public, at least those of us who still have a brain, deserve to know the truth of all of this.

      HC and her sordid "apparatchik" ought to end up in jail for crimes against America. Maybe this is the smoking gun???


  4. This could REALLY hurt the Dems.

    1. Naah. Dems will just be like ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

  5. Surely Julian the Opposite would never turn Supergrass.

  6. Hillary on CBS: "The reason so many women voted against me was that they were pressured by fathers and husbands and boyfriends and male employers."

    Or maybe it's because women voters object to Presidential candidates who tell them they can't think for themselves.