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Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Assange and the Trump-Mueller Quid Pro Quo 'Deal'

As we were writing yesterday's post we kept thinking on Wikileaks' Julian Assange, his very recent arrest overseas and extradition to the US

We've always thought it quite odd that the person who supposedly is the #1 reason Trump was able to sway enough independents and undecided voters to support him in 2016 was now the President's enemy and had to be arrested

Also found it so strange his arrest came just mere days after Mueller announced his investigation had concluded.

So how did this arrest come about, you may wonder..
Ecuador recently expelled Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks, from its embassy in London even though he had been living there with asylum since 2012, fearing extradition to the United States.

Less than two months before, the inconsequential third-world backward South American country secured a $4.2 billion loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Who basically owns and runs the IMF, contributing more money then the rest of the world combined (over 16% if its annual budget) and had absolute veto power?

Us the US of course...
And the last time the IMF gave a loan to Ecuador was 2016 for only $364 million, and it was to help them rebuild after a devastating earthquake.

The IMF has always been set up not as a means to help poorer nations but to use cash to exert international pressure such as UN votes, support for 'coalition of the willing' wars, etc

The timing seems a little too perfect to be a coincidence, yes?
For those who may have forgotten, about a month prior to the election thousands upon thousands of documents were released from the DNC servers showing how deeply corrupt both Hillary and the mainstream media were with many emails demonstrating direct coordination between journalists and her campaign as to best coordinate Trump attacks, write puff pieces, etc

Without the leaks, we sincerely believe Hillary would have won so admittedly we hold a soft spot for Assange

It reminds us of an anecdote..
A guy rushes into a police department to tell an officer that he has very credible information that a bank will be robbed at a specific day and time in the future, and gives all the details and particulars to authorities so to prevent it

The officer then asks how the information was retrieved and is told that the other person hacked into the evildoer's email server

So the authorities tell the man that they can't arrest the person planning the bank robbery because it is not against the law to think, dream, or plan a crime but hacking is illegal so the good citizen pays the price.
If Assange is found guilty, its ironic and sickening he'd spend more time in US prison than the putrid closet dyke Hillary or anyone working on her campaign or any journalist who secretly worked for her..

So really nothing would surprise us anymore..

Perhaps the deal made a while ago was Trump change his tune foreign policy wise as step 1, when its demonstrated that he has, Mueller will be instructed to immediately end the investigation with a report than exonerates Trump and the deal is completed when Assange is arrested and brought to the US
Maybe there's more to the deal than what we are expressing but you better believe there was a backdoor deal agreed upon

So now Trump can feel he can win 2020 without worry, the establishment Dems feel they can still get him on the argument he's Putin's pawn and  the Neo-Cons and Intelligence Community are very happy

Who doesn't love a deal where everyone claims victory... ~eyes rolled~