Leaked Audio Shows WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Urging Hillary Clinton’s State Department to Take Action to Protect Sensitive Documents
New leaked audio released by James O’Keefe of Project Veritas shows WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange pleading with the U.S. State Department to take action to protect national security interests from an upcoming document leak.
In the audio, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange talked with Cliff Johnson, an attorney with the U.S. State Department, in 2011. He called to warn them about a potentially dangerous dump of classified documents that would be hitting the public soon.
“We have intelligence that the State Department Database Archive of 250,000 diplomatic cables (communications) including declassified cables is being spread around and is to the degree that we believe that within the next few days that it will become public and we’re not sure but the timing could be imminently or within the next few days to a week, and there may be some possibility to stop it,” Assange explained to Johnson.
The State Department under Hillary Clinton did not seem too concerned with stopping the leak. Veritas pointed out that WikiLeaks had intended to release the redacted cables to protect national security concerns while letting the public understand the parts of the documents that had journalistic merit before a breach occurred.
“In case there are any individuals who haven’t been warned that they should be warned,” Assange said. “So the material, there is an encrypted version of the materials on the internet somewhere that we do not control. One doesn’t need to convey the material itself, one only needs to convey the location of the material, and its encryption key.”
Assange suggested to the U.S. State Department that they strategically remove some of the files in order to stop them from being spread.
“There is another possibility which is the taking down of those files, that is a degree of research and effort that we do not have the capacity to do. There are not so many of them,” Assange said.
“Our view is that it’s more your problem than it is ours but we have been calling the State Department and the Embassy for over a day trying to explain the urgency and they have not called back other than this call,” he added.
The entire clip can be seen here:
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— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) December 16, 2020
A bipartisan movement has formulated led by Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY), and Congresswoman-elect Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) for President Donald Trump to pardon Julian Assange, who is currently withering away in a British prison awaiting extradition:
Soon-to-be Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia is joining a movement urging President Donald Trump to pardon NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden and Wikileaks founder Julian Assange for opposing deep state corruption…
Greene made the comment in reference to a renewed push from Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) for President Trump to pardon Snowden and Assange.
“Since you’re giving pardons to people, please consider pardoning those who, at great personal sacrifice, exposed the deception and criminality of those in the deep state,” the iconoclastic progressive lawmaker wrote in a tweet.
“Brave whistleblowers exposing lies & illegal actions in our government must be protected,” Gabbard wrote in a Twitter post accompanying a video recording earlier this year. “Join me and urge Congress: Pass my bipartisan legislation (HRes1162, HRes1175, HR8452) calling for charges against @snowden & Assange to be dropped & to reform the Espionage Act.”
…Greene is showing how the Republican Party should be shifting with Trump at the helm. Greene’s rise represents a populist, anti-establishment GOP that rejects neocon usurpers like former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley and Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX).
President Trump’s vindication of Assange could be his final trump card to defeat the deep state before they can finish off their color revolution coup to oust him.