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Deep State Prepares Charges Against Julian Assange, Will Trump Intervene?

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The deep state is getting ready to move against Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder whose journalistic revelations helped put Donald Trump in the White House during the 2016 US Presidential election.

It is likely that the Department of Justice (DOJ) will charge Assange under the Espionage Act, which was the favorite tool of former President Barack Obama for silencing whistleblowers and journalists during his eight-year reign of terror.

The questions circling through everyone’s minds right now should be: Where is President Donald Trump on this? Shouldn’t Trump be able to exert some control over the bureaucracies serving under him? Shouldn’t Trump have some say in whether or not Assange is ultimately charged?

It is obvious that the deep state has operatives working continuously against the interests of Trump embedded at every level of the federal government, but Trump ultimately has the pardon power. He can pardon Assange regardless of whatever phony charges are trumped up against him by the deep state.

While it may seem like a far-fetched notion, there are Republican figures close to Trump who have floated the notion of giving Assange a break if he is willing to testify about key intel.

“I think that [Assange] should be given immunity from prosecution in exchange for coming to the United States and testifying,” Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said earlier in the year.

“I think he’s been someone who has released a lot of information, and you can debate whether or not any of that has caused harm, but I think really he has information that is probably pertinent to the hacking of the Democratic emails that would be nice to hear,” Sen. Paul said to a Gateway Pundit writer.

“He said, ‘I have physical proof that the Russians did not give me this,'” the soon-to-be-departing Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) said to CNN about Hillary’s emails after meeting personally with Assange. “And [Assange said] that ‘I have physical proof that I would be very happy to provide once I can leave the Ecuadorian embassy without being arrested.'”

“He’s a very honorable man,” Rohrabacher said of Assange.

Trump would be wise to seize upon this opportunity to build a relationship with Assange and strike a deal that could be the final death blow for the deep state.

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