Tuesday, October 18, 2016

US denies asking Ecuador to cut off Internet to WikiLeaks | TheHill

   Not only is the Obama White House leaning on Ecuador to stymie WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, but two American networks have adopted the Democrat mantra that the Podesta emails are stolen material.

    Yet the same two corrupt networks won't say the same about the Billy Bush tape, owned by Comcast, but ending up on the WaPo website.

     Transparency is being lost to an administration and a candidate so committed to retaining power they will do and say anything.

     Welcome to Barack Obama's China.

US denies asking Ecuador to cut off Internet to WikiLeaks | TheHill

2 comments:

Ray said...

They denied so much this year. Maybe a record?

Anonymous said...

Not only is the Trump tapes stolen but it is unlikely that he gave permission to record that conversation, so it is illegal on two fronts.

You are seeing the Road to Serfdom playing out in real time.