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Journalist Who Met With Assange: ‘I Am Willing to Testify Before Any Government Body’

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Charles Johnson, the journalist who arranged and participated in the meeting between Congressman Dana Rohrabacher and Julian Assange, is so convinced that there was no Russian involvement in the leaked emails from the Democratic National Committee that he is willing to go to jail to make the point.

The historic meeting marked the first time that a US Congressman has ever went to meet with the publisher in person.

“Assange proved without a shadow of a doubt who was involved in the 2016 DNC leaks,” Johnson told Big League Politics. “I am willing to testify before any government body about it.”

Johnson added, “and I am willing to go to jail to make the point.”

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When asked if he had been contacted by any authorities or threatened with jail in relation to his meeting with Assange, Johnson stated that he had not.

“They want it to go away so we won’t embarrass the intelligence agencies,” Johnson said.

Rohrabacher reportedly met with White House Chief of Staff John Kelly two weeks ago, providing him with details about his meeting with Assange in August, and requesting that Assange be pardoned in exchange for the information.

On Sunday, President Donald Trump was questioned about the offer — and told a reporter that he has “never heard that mentioned.”

“I’ve never heard that mentioned, really, I’ve never heard that mentioned,” Trump told a reporter at a New Jersey airport on Sunday.

Johnson is now claiming that Kelly is blocking the information and offer from reaching the president.

“Kelly is blocking this from getting to the president’s attention. I would fire Kelly for that,” Johnson told BLP.

Johnson is now calling for someone with the president’s ear to alert him of what has been going on.

“I have learned that John Kelly is blocking Congressman Dana Rohrabacher from telling the President the truth about the Wikileaks publication of the DNC. Please alert the president,” the well-connected journalist wrote on Facebook.

Rohrabacher told the Daily Caller that he believes the request for a preemptive pardon is justified.

“Thus if he comes up with that, you know he’s going to expect something in return. He can’t even leave the embassy to get out to Washington to talk to anybody if he doesn’t have a pardon,” Rohrabacher told TheDC.

“I think the president’s answer indicates that there is a wall around him that is being created by people who do not want to expose this fraud that there was collusion between our intelligence community and the leaders of the Democratic Party,” Rohrabacher added.

Though the United States has never filed charges against WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange, President Donald Trump has the ability to grant a preemptive pardon for any crimes he may have committed — and he should. Preemptive pardons are rare, but not unheard of — with one being granted most famously by President Ford to Richard Nixon soon after he replaced him in the White House.

Assange entered the Ecuadorian Embassy in London on June 19, 2012, where he applied and was granted political asylum. Since that time, the building has been encircled by police waiting on standby to arrest him.

In 2016, after 16 months of investigation, the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention (UNWGAD) concluded that Julian Assange is the victim of arbitrary detention. Not only did the group, made up of lawyers and human rights professionals, release an opinion that Assange should be released, they reported that he should be compensated by the governments of Sweden and the United Kingdom for “deprivation of liberty.”

When asked for comment, Assange referenced the quote in my Twitter bio, which is from the (fantastic) comic book series Transmetropolitan:

“You’re miserable, edgy and tired. You’re in the perfect mood for journalism.”

 

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Trump Catches Two Republican Conspirators In The Senate On Set-Up Russia Trip

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WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump has caught two Republican senators who were baited into exposing their anti-Trump pro-Deep State sympathies on a trip to Moscow, Russia on the Fourth of July.

Trump handpicked seven untested Republican lawmakers including six senators for a trip to Moscow with pro-Trump members of the intelligence and military community. The trip was modeled after similar trips to Kazakhstan, Afghanistan, and Antarctica that Republican caucus members and governors attend to test their Deep State potential.

Why Russia? It has become completely clear to all national security insiders that Democrats including Obama and Hillary Clinton have actually been colluding with Russia — as evidenced by the Uranium One sale of 20 percent of uranium to the Russians, by the Obama Democrats’ crusade to hand control of Port Canaveral and the Port of Wilmington over to a Middle East company that exports Vladimir Putin’s missile launchers, and also by the fact that the Russians completely hacked all of the personal identifying information (facial recognition and fingerprints) that Obama and James Comey secretly compiled from all American citizens in 14 different states.

The “Russia” collusion case against Trump was a psy-op to deflect attention away from the Democrats, and to use the mainstream media to cover it up just long enough for Robert Mueller to get whatever he needed to go after Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort.

So of course the Deep State would meet with potential anti-Trump recruits in Russia.

But this time, President Trump was putting together his own personal episode of “Undercover Boss.” Read the bombshell report by Tore Lindeman that had pro-Trumpers in the State Department clogging up the phone lines!

A high-level national security source tells Big League Politics that President Donald Trump picked seven Republican lawmakers to travel to Moscow over their Fourth of July recess to attend top secret meetings. Why? Because Trump is testing to see if they are Deep State “sleeper” agents to resist Trump. The Deep State routinely takes Republican senators on these kinds of trips to indoctrinate them into the globalist intelligence community. But on this trip to Moscow they were walking right into a trap set up by President Trump.

The meeting included Republican Sens. John Thune, Richard Shelby, Steve Daines, John Kennedy, John Hoeven, and Jerry Moran, and the congresswoman Kay Granger.

Two of the senators FAILED the test, according to Trump’s inner circle: Senators Hoeven and Thune.

“The President at this moment must surround himself with people that he can TRUST because these individuals are only a handful of sleepers” the source said.

The meeting mirrors similar meetings that Republican senators, congressmen, and governors routinely have overseas in Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, and Antarctica, where their conversations can be held completely off the record.

Let’s go back to 2006 when, under Bush, something incredible happened. Big League Politics’ source was actually in Kabul when this event transpired.

Why would the Governors of North Dakota, South Carolina and Alaska be invited for a visit to Afghanistan during heated war times? BLP will tell you exactly what’s going on because our source was present during their visit. Before we get into the nitty gritty details of what, why and where they went – it is important we take a look at the people who went on this initial trip and where they are now and what is happening.

South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford: Now the anti-Trump Congressman of South Carolina who was recently defeated in the Republican primary by Katie Arrington, who was then almost killed by an oncoming car allegedly going the wrong way in highway traffic.

Alaska Governor Frank Murkowski: IMMEDIATELY after his trip he hung up his hat when it came to politics (his defeat to Sarah Palin was the excuse he used to refuse an Ambassadorship)

North Dakota Governor John Hoeven: Now Senator from North Dakota

As we can see from the cable transmission from 2006, three Governors along with Dan Wilmot (who’s a well known Security operative who is now working very close to the Trump White House and is seen as a double agent), Major Patrick Lewis (an intelligence officer), and Lt. Col Roger Carstens (a foreign policy expert) went to Afghanistan. All of these persons were accompanied by Anthony Welcher who sourced them for this inaugural trip. What do all of these men have in common? Where are they today that makes it significant to revisit their activities from over a decade ago?
Rolling out a plan such as eradicating borders and unifying lands and continents doesn’t happen overnight. It’s meticulous. We saw right before the historic election of 2016 that former President Obama held a conference with the Prime Minister of Canada and President of Mexico proclaiming the rollout of the North American Union, something he publicly made known and hinted at in 2014 too. One currency, no borders, which means the elimination of the United States of America. If Hillary Clinton was President we would no longer be the USA we would be the NAU. This plan has been in place since the early 1930s.

No one can really see why Governors should go into active war zones. BLPs Source says it wasn’t about introducing them to foreign policy.

“What people don’t seem to grasp is that Afghanistan is an incognito spot and it provides access to two locations we always access from there because operation in the area are highly classified and there are no eyes here” our source said.

The other individuals are all intelligence operatives.

“The Major and Lt. Col. were the spooks of spooks. Invisible especially Dan Wilmot. They are doubles and President Trump hopefully is already aware of this” the source said.
“What is the significance of this inaugural trip and many consecutive ones ?” we asked.
“They arrive to Afghanistan but it’s where they go to after they make appearances that matters. Kazakhstan. Our Air Force chopper pilots are few that can travel there during daylight they usually travel there when the sun is down to collect dignitaries and officers. Kazakhstan specifically Astana is where they all go to have elaborate discussions as well as India,” said the source.
The source provided BLP some insight to Kazakhstan and it is important to mention that all Senators and House members have traveled there but those trips go unreported yet if they are asked about it confirm their travel. Why is Kazakhstan important?
“Trips to Kazakhstan ensure their promotions. Governors, military, civilians that come here as “guests” go on to senate, house and or other prime positions” said the source. “High Level intel officials from all global leaders travel there at first instance. Those that go on to very high level embedded positions are then taken to Antarctica, but first insurances must be in place.”
“President Trump needs to find those that visited Astana under the umbrella of OSCE that Clinton negotiated back in 2010. Those that visited Astana during that time and before have been groomed and are embedded to be sleepers. I am pretty sure President Trump already knows this and the most recent trip where seven senators and one House member accompanied him to Moscow was a test and those that were targets of this test failed it miserably. Specifically Sen. John Hoeven of ND and John Thune of SD” said our source.
The OSCE Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe is a EURO CENTRIC version of the UN which seems odd considering Kazakhstan is not in Europe. Why is the US dictating policy for Europe that is being discussed and approved by Kazakhstan?
Senator John Hoeven was interviewed by two news outlets and he let it slip that he had tight relations with Obama appointed US Ambassador to Russia Jon Huntsman who was previously Ambassador to China under Obama. Huntsman was considering running against Obama for President but was “convinced” by the Obama Administration to reconsider as his position in China was important.
Sen. Hoeven when interviewed waffled and obviously from his responses looked incompetent to actually formulate any intelligible response indicating he had foreign policy experience. He just kept saying “We told the Russians we know you meddled with the elections and that is a problem.”
It’s important to note that most of these Senators that accompanied Bolton were fish out of water and were simply there for “decorative” purposes. I guess its important we all take a look at our Senators and House candidates on ballots and see which of them have frequent ODD trips to places no one talks about, especially Pakistan.

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