From an op-ed Julian Assange has written for the Washington Post: When the director of the CIA, an unelected public servant, publicly demonizes a publisher such as WikiLeaks as a “fraud,” “coward” and “enemy,” it puts all journalists on notice, or should. Show More Summary
Pamela Anderson's "special relationship" with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is certainly bizarre. As you may recall, the Baywatch alum is rumored to be romantically involved with the 45-year-old as she has visited him at least nine times at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London these last six months. In case you forgot, Assange is currently hiding out [...]
WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange says that the Trump Administration's new hard line against him is all meant to distract from its failure and hypocrisy.
[Wikileaks] has just published the CIA’s engineering notes for Weeping Angel Samsung TV Exploit. This dump includes information for field agents on how to exploit the Samsung’s F-series TVs, turning them into remotely controlled spyShow More Summary
TRNN interview with Glen Ford about reports that Trump team is mulling filing criminal charges against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
PJ Harvey, Patti Smith, Brian Eno, Jean-Michel Jarre, and Laibach are among the artists on board for a global event in support of Julian Assange. The events will take place on June 19, marking four years since Assange—the Wikileaks founder,...Show More Summary
Wikileaks reveals Hillary Clinton censored her team when discussing how to address the Armenian Genocide back in 2015. Hillary’s team... The post Wikileaks Reveals Hillary Clinton Censored Her Team’s Affirmation of the Armenian Genocide appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Attorney General Jeff Session is reportedly prepping to throw the book at Wikileaks founder Julian Assange for allegedly aiding Edward Snowden in disclosing a trove of classified documents. Until now, bringing charges against Wikileaks...Show More Summary
Authored by Ron Paul via The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity, Candidate Trump: "I Love Wikileaks." President Trump: "Arrest Assange!" “I love Wikileaks,” candidate Donald Trump said on October 10th on the campaign trail. He praised the organization for reporting on the darker side of the Hillary Clinton campaign. Show More Summary
Donald Trump no longer loves WikiLeaks. In fact, the president so expressively does not love with the organization that he endorsed the idea of arresting founder Julian Assange on Friday. Which is weird because the man literally announced, “I love WikiLeaks” at a rally in October. Trump now swears the world… Read more...
The president insists he's no fan of WikiLeaks, but the DNC set themselves up to be hacked. The post In AP Interview, Trump Says The DNC Have Themselves To Blame For Russian Hack appeared first on RedState.
“TRUMP: When WikiLeaks came out … never heard of WikiLeaks, never heard of it.”
In a interview with the Associated Press that was published over the weekend, President Donald Trump refused to condemn WikiLeaks and repeatedly contradicted himself. Speaking to Trump from the Oval Office, AP asked the president toShow More Summary
Iceland has long had a progressive outlook on technology. It’s regularly high on lists of the best countries for data privacy, the Pirate Party has a substantial place in its government, and it was the headquarters of Wikileaks for a long time. But Icelanders are currently concerned that their native language could go… Read more...
In a interview with the Associated Press that was published over the weekend, President Donald Trump refused to condemn WikiLeaks and repeatedly contradicted himself. Speaking to Trump from the Oval Office, AP asked the president to reflect on his first 100 days in office. On foreign policy, Trump...
Wikileaks released documents in February that show Obama’s CIA sent out orders to hack Marine Le Pen and other presidential... The post Flashback: Obama’s CIA Ordered to Hack Marine Le Pen and Other French Presidential Candidates appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Trump’s Central Intelligence Agency Director Mike Pompeo struck a nerve with social media users, pundits, and journalists from all areas of the political spectrum after he stated that Julian Assange, editor of WikiLeaks, has no First Amendment protection because he’s not a U.S. Show More Summary
U.S. prosecutors target the Wikileaks founder for releasing hacked CIA secrets
On June 19, 2017, a diverse group of intellectuals, activists, artists, and other luminaries will speak in support of Wikileaks Founder, Julian Assange, at coinciding events all over the world under the banner “First They Came For Assange.”...Show More Summary
WikiLeaks seemed to troll President Donald Trump yesterday with a little reminder of the times where he sung their praises.