The CIA just took their hunt for political dissidents to a new extreme.
Now they’ve even tried to assassinate one of them.
And everyone who tells the truth about the Deep State is in grave danger.
Julian Assange was trapped in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London from 2012 until his unlawful arrest by British authorities (at the behest of the U.S. Deep State) in 2019.
Since then, he has undergone torture in prison, and is being held without trial for exercising his free speech rights.
However, a new report shows that the Deep State went much farther than just torturing Assange in prison.
According to Yahoo News, the CIA discussed breaking into the Ecuadorian Embassy and assassinating him on the spot.
“The Yahoo News report said senior officials inquired about ‘options’ for what to do about Assange, including the feasibility of assassinating or kidnapping him.”
President Trump, of course, benefitted greatly from Assange’s revelations, including when he exposed Hillary Clinton’s emails back in 2016.
Presumably, Trump would not have wanted to harm Assange in any way, because of how much Assange did to help elect him President and defeat Hillary Clinton.
However, the devious Deep State advisors around Trump had a different plan.
According to the report, “CIA Director Mike Pompeo – who later became secretary of state – was determined to take revenge on Assange after the leak, Yahoo News reported.”
The fact that Pompeo was so enraged about Assange leaking Hillary’s emails shows where his loyalties truly lied – which shouldn’t be surprising considering his long history as a Congressman of supporting the Deep State.
Julian Assange, of course, is a journalist – a real one, not the fake news “journalists” found on CNN or in the New York Times.
He has broken some of the most important stories of the 21st century, and shone a spotlight on the levers of power that exist in the global Deep State.
The CIA has no Constitutional authority to assassinate a journalist who is exercising free speech rights, but the CIA does not recognize the Constitution.
They seek nothing short of absolute power, and any document like the Constitution that constrains that power is an obstacle that needs to be eliminated.
Assange’s attorney, Barry Pollack, had this to say after the news broke: “As an American citizen, I find it absolutely outrageous that our government would be contemplating kidnapping or assassinating somebody without any judicial process simply because he had published truthful information.”
If Americans do not demand that Congress do something to take power away from the CIA, FBI, NSA, and the rest of the Deep State, it will eventually come for every single one of us.
People may think that these types of things don’t affect them personally, but that’s shortsighted.
Every single American has free speech rights. And if the government can try to assassinate, and then illegally prosecute, a journalist like Assange for exercising free speech, they can do the same to any ordinary American.
And if something isn’t done soon, then society will soon look very much like something out of 1984.