After The New York Times published an opinion piece suggesting Wikileaks and Roger Stone colluded with Russia, Wikileaks provided a powerful response.
The New York Times published an opinion piece questioning whether President Donald J. Trump’s campaign could have possibly not known that receiving information about Wikileaks constituted Russian collusion, an idea that holds no grounds in reality. The United States government has never suggested that Wikileaks works with Russia, and Robert Mueller’s special counsel has never spoken with Wikileaks representatives or Julian Assange.
After the Times posted the article to Twitter, Wikileaks replied that “Not even the US government alleges such nonsense,” and pointed out that “it has long been shown that the New York Times and its owners knowingly conspired with intelligence agencies,” and provided a link to a 1977 article written by Carl Bernstein, the journalist who exposed President Richard Nixon’s Watergate Scandal.
Alsop is one of more than 400 American journalists who in the past twenty‑five years have secretly carried out assignments for the Central Intelligence Agency, according to documents on file at CIA headquarters. Some of these journalists’ relationships with the Agency were tacit; some were explicit. There was cooperation, accommodation and overlap. Journalists provided a full range of clandestine services—from simple intelligence gathering to serving as go‑betweens with spies in Communist countries. Reporters shared their notebooks with the CIA.
Wikileaks’ reminder comes at a time when questions are being raised about how CNN knew to stake out Stone’s home on the morning of the unannounced, pre-dawn raid. The suspicious circumstances, which many believe to be the product of a leak, led to the late Phyllis Schlafly’s Eagle Forum calling for the resignation of the FBI director.
In an exclusive with Big League Politics earlier this month, Stone previously alleged that the FBI attempted to “set [him] up” with a Russian using a fake name in an attempt to entrap him.
From the exclusive:
“Congressman Eric Swalwell told MSNBC that I lied to the House Intelligence Committee and that I ‘amended’ my testimony three times. This is categorically false,” Stone said in a statement provided to Big League Politics.
The Intelligence Committee voted to release the transcript of Stone’s behind-closed-doors interview to Robert Mueller’s office, but the transcript has still not been provided to the public, and the clock is ticking for the outgoing Republican majority to publicize the document.
“Nunes has not released the transcript. I am not allowed to inspect it. They are not allowed to take notes. It’s four and a half hours long and is maintained in a secure room in the US House of Representatives,” Stone told Big League Politics in an interview.
“Mueller’s request for a copy is the result of a one year campaign of distortion and disinformation by Adam Schiff and the Schiff-heads. Portions of my testimony have been linked to by Natasha Bertrand of the Atlantic which is a direct violation of law,” Stone said.
More than 40 College and Young Republican Groups Sign Letter Demanding Action on Big Tech Censorship from Senate GOP
Calling out Silicon Valley’s election interference.
Almost 50 youth conservative organizations, ranging from Young to College Republican Chapters and America First student groups, signed onto an open letter on Friday demanding action from Senate Republicans on Big Tech censorship and political authoritarianism.
The young conservatives and nationalists cited the recent suppression of the Hunter Biden email scandal, with platforms such as Twitter implementing an unprecedented level of political censorship to squelch a New York Post report detailing insider foreign business dealings and Joe Biden’s knowledge of them.
Read the letter in its entirely here.
In a statement provided to Big League Politics, College Republicans United at Arizona State University emphasized the need for conservatives to unite against the authoritarian alliance of the Democratic Party and Silicon Valley tech monopolies.
“Democrats use to be the loudest critics of ‘Corporate America’ trampling on the rights of average Americans. These days they are nothing more then corporate apologists who protect crony capitalism.”
Populist Senator Josh Hawley has taken point in the drive to hold Silicon Valley oligarchs to account for their censorship of the American people, but the anti-Big Tech movement has been hamstrung by malcontents within the Senate GOP caucus unwilling to do little more than whine about censorship, while actively undermining a policy solution.
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