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Julian Assange is in limbo right now…..
That could all change if President Trump decides to pardon him. Assange was after all a key player in exposing the corruption of Hillary Clinton and the deep state.
People from every walk of life have signed on to an open letter asking The President to pardon Julian Assange.
Will the President do it? Will this be one of the 100 pardons President Trump is planning on issuing this Tuesday?
I hope so, but we will just have to wait and see.
Check it out:
The Gateway Pundit had more on the story:
The letter was included with Assange’s formal pardon request that was sent to the White House in December.
Among the signatories are Roger Stone and Dinesh D’Souza, who both received pardons from President Trump themselves.
The letter explained that President Trump could put a “defining stamp on your presidential legacy by pardoning Julian Assange or stopping his extradition.”
“The US prosecution of Assange is unprecedented: he faces 175 years in prison for the same publications for which he has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. This prosecution threatens the constitutional protections that Americans hold dear. By offering a pardon, to put a stop to the prosecution of Assange, your presidency will be remembered for having saved First Amendment protections for all Americans,” the letter stated.
Leftist media outlet CNN also reported this:
In a last-minute bid to persuade President Donald Trump to pardon Julian Assange, Wikileaks has reached out to several high-profile reporters asking for help in its efforts to rescue its founder from potential life in prison.
The messages sent to reporters over Twitter direct message said that Assange's partner, Stella Moris, had directed Wikileaks to reach out for possible assistance.
"She was hoping that you may have ideas or contacts that could help convince Trump to pardon Assange," said one version of the message sent to multiple reporters.
Another version of the message characterized Assange as someone who faces prison "for journalistic activities.""He is a free speech hero," the message added.The messages were sent to reporters, including this one, at some of the nation's top news organizations.