Julian Assange’s only obstacle to freedom

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After sheltering WikiLeaks truth seeker Julian Assange for more than five years, Ecuador wants him out of its London embassy.

“A person cannot live in those conditions forever,” said Foreign Minister María Fernanda Espinosa.

At a cost so far to British taxpayers of more than £10 million ($13.5 million) for round-the-clock police guards, the U.K. would love to see him go.

President Trump has said he’s not looking to arrest him and charge him with whatever. Trump’s lawyers are figuring out a way to remove the federal arrest warrant on Assange’s head.

imagesSweden, moreover, has dropped all rape allegations against Assange.

But there’s this antebellum relic from Alabama, the elaborately named Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III, who says arresting Assange is his top priority.

Sessions is the wimp that Trump made the colossal mistake of appointing attorney general of the United States — an appointment that led to the ongoing Trump-Russia travesty.

Unknown-1When Sessions (inset right) “recused” himself — in other words ran and hid under the bed (it turned out he had met with a Russian Ambassador in 2016) — from any “collusion” investigation, deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein (inset left), a deep state backstabber, appointed former G-man Robert Mueller as special counsel to investigate phony allegations of collusion between the Trump election campaign and Russia.

The deep state, as we now know, is a cabal of treasonous government agencies such as the Department of Justice and the FBI, and powerful officials, including Mueller, national security advisor H.R. McMaster, et alia, whose goal is to bring down the Trump Presidency.Unknown-1

Sessions,  by the way, is the antiquated fool who wants to crack down on states where recreational marijuana has been approved.

This retrograde gnome, who said he will never resign, should be dragged by the ears and thrown out of the Department of Injustice onto the D.C. sidewalk.

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