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UPDATED: The Connection Btwn Epstein & Assange Revealed – Here Is What You Are The Dots They Will Not Connect For You. How Jeff’s Death May Foreshadow Julian’s [Opinion]


UPDATED: The Connection Btwn Epstein & Assange Revealed – Here Is What You Are The Dots They Will Not Connect For You. How Jeff’s Death May Foreshadow Julian’s [Opinion]

Here Is Some UPDATED Analysis, Opinion and Speculation From Elder Patriot– 8/24/19 – While the argument continues to rage whether Jeffrey Epstein was responsible for his own death, or not, the most important aspect of his death remains inarguable; the government failed to protect the life of perhaps the most important witness in its custody.

That raises our concern that Julian Assange, the man seemingly at the epicenter of the government’s Russiagate, is in similar danger.

Assange is still awaiting extradition to the United States after being removed from the Ecuadorian embassy in London last April and remanded to Belmarsh prison.  According to Business Insider, Belmarsh is one of the UK’s most notorious prisons.

Belmarsh houses many of Britain’s most dangerous criminals, including a number of Islamic terrorists.  BI notes that violence at Belmarsh has been increasing.

Why is he still there?  

Except for the fact that Belmarsh could conceivably offer a convenient place for Assange to be silenced, perhaps permanently, Assange’s prolonged detention there doesn’t pass the smell test, to my nose at least.

Consider that if our hypothesis is correct about Russiagate being a hoax created to trap the President in an obstruction charge, Assange’s silence may very well become necessary to contain the damage arising from, both the FBI and special counsel Robert Mueller’s alleged attempted coup against President Trump.

By now I have become convinced as have most people I talk to, that the initial FBI investigation wasn’t based on any legitimate actionable intelligence but rather that President Trump, and those around him, were the victims of a setup in my opinion.  

The conspirators who we believe attempted the takedown of President Trump explained the WikiLeaks/Assange role was as a pass-through used by the Russians to disseminate information into the American consciousness.

But, neither the FBI nor the special counsel deemed Assange’s testimony worth hearing. Think about that for a moment.

We always found it disturbing that Robert Mueller made a big show of indicting Russian troll farms that likely would never see the inside of a courtroom while at the same time never interviewing Julian Assange, who he claimed received the hacked emails Wikileaks released from Russia.  Odd.

For a man who spent 22 months overturning every rock looking for a trace of evidence implicating Russia’s role in allegedly efforting to help Donald Trump’s election efforts, Mueller’s decision not to extradite Assange smacks of coverup, to me at least.

Why was Mueller so obviously avoiding interviewing a witness who could corroborate the important assumptions that served as the foundation on which Mueller was basing his investigation?  If Mueller’s theory was correct, why not offer Assange his freedom in exchange for “the truth.”

That question gains increased significance with the public declarations of people who allegedly knew Assange.

Seth Rich?  He’s the DNC staffer who’s murder remains unsolved more than two years after his body was found on a Washington DC street.  

Rich is alleged to have downloaded the contents of the “hacked” DNC server onto a thumb drive and was scheduled to meet with the FBI the following morning.  However, most in the media have suggested this is another wild “CT.”  Rich’s family has asked that people stop trying to “politicize” their son’s death.  To be clear, if Rich did in fact leak documents that contained criminal activity, that would make him a hero in our eyes.

Rich, potentially held the answer to this troublesome allegation:

“…computer scientists and experts have determined that the breach of security could not have been perpetrated from outside individuals, particularly international hackers, because of the high-data transfer rates used during the incident.

“The breach occurred on July 5th at approximately 6:45 PM, with the stolen data being transferred at a rate of 22.7 megabytes per second; a download speed that is “simply unobtainable” using the Internet, particularly overseas.  

“The forensics team now believes the emails were taken from someone inside the DNC, or an individual with access to facilities that house the Party’s email servers, using a thumb-drive or other portable device capable of high-speed data transfers.

“A speed of 22.7 megabytes is simply unattainable, especially if we are talking about a transoceanic data transfer,” said one expert. “Based on the data we now have, what we’ve been calling a hack is impossible.”

“The new data raises serious questions over who stole the DNC emails and leaked them to the press, and if the Democratic Party intentionally tried to spin the breach as “Russian interference.”

Assange may be the last remaining person that can provide first-hand corroboration regarding Seth Rich as WikiLeaks source, if he in fact was that source.  Assuming our speculation that Rich was the source of Podesta’s emails is correct, and the assumption that what Mueller said is not true and that the media and left will laugh at you for suggesting. 

Assange has repeatedly said:

“We can say, and we have said repeatedly over the last two months, that our source is not the Russian government,  and it is not a state party.”

It seems no one wants to risk the exculpatory testimony of the people who were involved with Seth Rich, becoming public.

If Rich was the source, that threatens to destroy the predicate behind what we believe to be, the contrived Russian hacking narrative developed to remove President Trump.

 It would also likely  incriminate the dirty investigators and others that were involved – notably former FBI Director James Comey and special counsel Robert Mueller as well as potentially, the DNC, the Clinton campaign team, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, etc.

We asked again, why hasn’t Assange been questioned?  

At the very least, Julian Assange deserves his day in court, if only to have the opportunity to prove his innocence .

Only mob bosses and corrupt government tyrants, believe that silence is golden… and necessary.

Editor’s Note: We are not suggesting that it is a fact that Seth Rich had anything to do with releasing Podesta’s emails, we are merely asking questions, that is still legal around here …. right?


Abc News reported on 9/6/19 that:  “Actress and model Pamela Anderson told “The View” co-hosts on Friday that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is physically “not so good” as he serves his 11-month sentence at a high security British prison.

“His health is really deteriorating. He has lost about 30 pounds I think since I saw him, and he was thin at that point,” Anderson told “The View” co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Abby Huntsman, Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin and Meghan McCain.

Anderson noted that because Assange “wanted to look good” for her, he wore two pairs of sweat pants in an effort to mask his weight loss.”

“He feels like people won’t fight for people if they’re not resilient, and he is the most resilient person I’ve ever met,” she said.”

This is troubling to say the least.  Assange needs our support and our prayers. As we always remind our readers, EVERYONE is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. If Assange did commit the acts he has been accused of, he deserves his day in court, not to be allowed to die in a prison cell.  

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Father, Husband, Son. Mark is just a regular guy from a blue color family who writes opinion articles. Sidney, a victim of ideological based social media censorship, knows first hand just how dangerous Silicon Valley's unchecked power over who gets to speak, and be heard, on the internet is and prays daily that the 1st Amendment will once again reign supreme. To this end he has co-founded, a social media site where the 1st Amendment is the Community Standard. Mark has Economics & Political Science degrees from Rutgers University.

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