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Is the Senate Trying To Silence Wikileaks And What They Know About Seth Rich?
Monday, August 28, 2017
On Tuesday, August 15, 2017, California Republican Rep. Dana Rohrabacher met with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, England — the first American congressman to meet with the controversial publisher since being granted asylum more than six years ago.
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher
The congressman, who chairs a sub-committee on Eurasian policy, and considered by colleagues to be Russian friendly, met with Assange for three hours discussing a variety of topics including the damning internal emails from the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), The Democratic National Committee (DNC), Hillary Clinton, and her campaign manager John Podesta, published by Wikileaks during the course of the 2016 Presidential campaign.
In typical Democratic Party fashion, the ever eager to please liberal corporate media has gone to great lengths to shift the focus from the content of the emails to how they were obtained — playing the role of victim in a losing effort to pin blame on unsubstantiated, and since debunked, Russian hackers.
Assange reiterated his assertions the emails published by Wikileaks were not obtained through any foreign government hacking — but instead, were leaks provided by an insider.
The publisher told the congressman he would be willing to provide evidence and further details on the leaked emails to President Trump in person.
In what appears to be anticipation of Assange’s claims, a website devoted to discrediting Representative Dana Rohrabacher appeared online shortly after the meeting — the Rohrabacher Conspiracy.
the Rohrabacher Conspiracy
America First’s own investigator, Truth In Government2016 (aka TIG), discovered the domain was registered by the DCCC itself.
More troubling than the website was TIG’s discovery of when the domain name was registered — August 9th, one week before Rohrabacher met with Assange.
It’s important to note, the trip to Europe was not scheduled government business. Rohrabacher paid for the trip himself — essentially, he was on holidays.
So how did the DCCC know a week ahead of time the congressman would be meeting Assange in a visit brokered and attended by journalist and friend Charles Johnson? The only other person in attendance was Assange’s lawyer, Jennifer Robinson.
The Wikileaks Muzzle
Back in April of this year, CIA Director Mike Pompeo admonished Wikileaks using the words non-state hostile intelligence service when describing the publication and it’s actions of releasing the leaked emails during the 2016 election campaign.
In what appears to be the second prong of an effort to keep Julian Assange and Wikileaks silent on what they know about the leaks from the DCCC and DNC, a strange and unheard of section was added to otherwise standard legislation.
The Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018, (S.1761), was added to the Senate Calendar (Calendar №207) by the Republican senator from North Carolina, Sen. Richard Burr on July 18.
This act was first introduced in Congress on July 11, 2017 by Republican Rep. Devin Nunes from California and co-sponsored by his Democratic counter-part, Rep. Adam Schiff, as H.R.3180 — Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018.
The section of concern, section .623, does not make it’s appearance in the document until after it passed through congress. There is no mention of section .623 in The Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence report (H. Rep. 115–251) which took place on July 24, 2017, nor is it found in any of the four versions leading up to and including July 31, 2017 when it was introduced to the Senate.
Sen. Burr introduced H.R. 3180 to the Senate Calendar where it became known as S. 1761 on August 18, 2017 (less than three full days after Rohrabacher met with Assange), and voila — section .623 had mysteriously been added to the text.
So what does section .623 say and why could it be critical in the Seth Rich investigation?
SEC. 623. SENSE OF CONGRESS ON WIKILEAKS.
It is the sense of Congress that WikiLeaks and the senior leadership of WikiLeaks resemble a non-state hostile intelligence service often abetted by state actors and should be treated as such a service by the United States.
In an unprecedented manner, the Senate is considering singling out an individual publisher and declaring they are essentially an enemy state/non-state — Russia, North Korea, Iran, and Wikileaks — all to be treated as hostile enemies to the United States.
The timing is too perfect to ignore unless you are a keen believer in coincidence — a mysterious, unheard of section, seemingly not attributed to any one person, designed to silence one particular publication at the same time it’s founder could potentially blow the lid off of every narrative the mainstream media has been promoting since before the election in November.
Assange has made clear he is willing to offer evidence contradicting American intel sources who have claimed Russian hacking without offering a single credible piece of evidence to back their assertions.
Researcher Adam Carter (@withintegrity) has so thoroughly and meticulously dissected, documented, and disproven all claims supposedly supporting the Russian hacking narrative, it would be near impossible to read through his work and believe it was a possibility.
Even though independent analysis has all but destroyed the fake Russian claims without extra proof from Wikileaks, confirmation by Assange would completely destroy what little credibility the elite have left.
If Assange were to go further, as we suspect he is willing to do, and reveal who was responsible for the leaks, it could have a major impact on how the Seth Rich investigation plays out.
It is more than obvious the elite (Powers That Be, Shadow Government, Corporate Elite, take your pick…) are scared — very scared — about what Assange and Wikileaks might reveal. Seeing as the Russian narrative has been debunked and confirmed by members of the mainstream media, you have to ask yourself —
what are they afraid Assange will reveal?
Will Assange ultimately divulge Seth Rich was indeed involved in the internal leaks from the DNC in exchange for his freedom? And if so, will the Metropolitan D.C. Police (MPD) be forced to investigate the murder for what it is — a political assassination?
What’s the saying which has become so popular among the likes of Sean Hannity, Kim Dotcom, and the America First Media team?
Oh yeah — Tick Tock