WOW! John McCain is leading a vicious campaign against the Russian government since the November election. In January McCain suggested... The post WOW! Wikileaks Document Shows John McCain Requested Donations from Russians appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
He won't say which network but he says it's one that Trump's been talking about lately, so speculation says it's CNN. But that is just speculation. This could be good. I just got so hard that "Ace's Dick" got included...
TRANSPARENCY: Is James O’Keefe About To Smoke CNN? Tells Hannity He’s Set To Release “Hundreds of Hours” Of Newsroom Footage “Wikileaks Style.” Why should journalists be immune from investigative journalism? Well, when you have people like Mika Brzezinski saying that it’s “our job” to “control what people think,” a little transparency is in order. Related: […]
James O'Keefe of Project Veritas is set to unleash holy hell Thursday on #FakeNews network CNN. Well, he didn't exactly say it was CNN, but it was heavily implied. Apparently the network has a mole... O'Keefe is known for undercoverShow More Summary
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange decided to get in on Milo Yiannopoulos' most recent controversy by denouncing the "liberals" who are happy that the Breitbart tech editor has been exiled from the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange speaks out about the “weaponized text” of the news media and the power of leaks
Ecuador voted Sunday in general elections that could see a pillar of the Latin American left swing to the right -- and potentially deprive WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange of his place of refuge in London. President Rafael Correa, who is not running, expressed confidence that his party's candidate, Lenin Moreno, would win in the first round. Show More Summary
The Wikileaks founder is scathing about the "weaponised text" of the global news media, but when it comes to fake news and scandal, Julian Assange has a different view.
Outcome could alter whether WikiLeaks' Julian Assange can stay at London's Ecuador embassy.
Oil-rich Ecuador votes Sunday in general elections that could lead to fugitive Wikileaks founder Julian Assange being evicted from the country's London embassy. Socialist presidential candidate Lenin Moreno, who leads in opinion polls,...Show More Summary
While he campaigned for his position in the White House, Donald Trump frequently praised the controversial whistle-blowing organization, WikiLeaks. In fact, at at least one campaign rally, Trump professed his WikiLeaks love, giving the...Show More Summary
Chinese Ambassador Requested Secret Meeting The Daily Caller is reporting that an email from the leaked Podesta emails shows that members... The post WIKILEAKS: Chinese Government Requested SECRET Meeting With Top Clinton Campaign Aides During Campaign appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
The WikiLeaks founder took refuge in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London years ago, but not all of the candidates wish to continue harboring him.
Whether WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can stay at the Ecuadorean embassy in London could depend on the winner of Sunday's presidential election in the South American country. Polls indicate that … Click to Continue »
Ecuador’s lead opposition candidate is offering a sharp break with ten years of leftist rule in the Andean country, vowing to remove Wikileaks founder Julian Assange from the nation’s London embassy, speak out against Venezuela’s socialist...Show More Summary
THE ABILITY FOR ONE TO MAINTAIN A "CONTAINER NARRATIVE" IS DEPENDENT UPON THE CONTAINER OCCUPANTS TO REMAIN IGNORANT ABOUT THE LARGER TRUTH WHITE TRUMP OFFENDS "BLACK JOURNALISTS" AND "BLACK POLITICAL OPERATIVES" Source IT IS BECAUSE...Show More Summary
GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador (Reuters) - Ecuador's lead opposition candidate is offering a sharp break with ten years of leftist rule in the Andean country, vowing to remove Wikileaks founder Julian Assange from the nation's London embassy, speak out against Venezuela's socialist government, and likely renegotiate debts with China.
President Trump, joined by top advisers, speaks by phone with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Oval Office last month. President Trump is continuing to assail those who leaked information about former national security adviser Michael Flynn’s phone calls with Russia and the media for publishing it. Show More Summary
For some unknown reason, government agencies have begun to acknowledge there could be mysterious forces at play in our world and are starting to plan for strange or Fortean phenomena. The Wikileaks…leaks of the past year have shown that government agencies do in fact spend quite a...
A seven-page document made public by WikiLeaks purports to show that the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency ordered its spies to gather information on the 2012 French presidential election. The document … Click to Continue »