Why “Trust the Plan” Simply Doesn’t Work in Regards to Assange

Many right wing Assange supporters seem to believe bringing Assange to the U.S. is some sort of chess move by Trump to expose the Deep State and the DNC. It simply isn’t true.

Whether you are a Trump supporter and/or a QAnon believer, you are being led astray. This is what they want you to believe so they can permanently silence one of the greatest truthtellers. There is so much evidence out there if you search and start thinking for yourself instead of allowing yourself to be led down a tunnel to Julian’s doom.

In my article, What is the US hiding?, I show how President Trump is silencing the International Criminal Court to “Protect” US military from bring charged with war crimes committed in Afghanistan. Who else exposed these crimes they are trying to hide? Julian Assange and Wikileaks. Coincidence?

Secondly, I have shown in my article How I Lost My Respect For Trump, I state:

Trump has been attacking the “Fake News” media since day one. He wants to silence them. He can’t under the 1st amendment. They have a right to say what they believe regardless of if it’s true or not. However, if they prosecute Assange it opens a door to further go after other media figures and journalists. He can essentially shut up those who speak out against him.

He made it obvious this was his intention by what Sarah Sanders said after Assange was taken brutally from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. (See article here). I discuss this in “Trump Lied During His Campaign About Loving Wikileaks.“

Better yet, read How Trump Lied About Loving Wikileaks and my article, Who Really Was Behind the Gagging of Assange? I show how the Trump administration is behind the arrest and torture of Julian over the last 2 years.

Simply put, your undying belief that our President is Assange’s savior is a lie. The truth is, if you remain idle and passive, his blood is on your hands as the death penalty for the Wikileaks’ founder is a very real possibility in this case. Seriously, what if your grand idea that he’s being brought here to release information is wrong?

Many of you think he will tell the world that Seth Rich was the source of the DNC leaks. Assange will never give that up even if they torture him. He protects his sources and their families. Even if they were able to get that information from him, it would never be made public.

My dad has a saying that I think fits very well in this case. “Wish in one hand and shit in the other and see which gets full faster.” We can wish all we want that Trump will do the right thing but we cannot wait to see if that happens. A man’s life is a stake here. Our freedom is as well. Open your eyes and do what is right yourself! Fight for Assange!

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Jim Molan: Accuses Assange of Being a National Security Threat When He is A War Criminal

In the Australian 60 minutes where they interviewed Julian Assange’s father, John Shipton, they also interviewed former major general Jim Molan. It seems to have become a theme for former war criminals who were exposed like Jim to cry about national security as he did in the interview ( video seen here).Jim Molan has blood on his hands according to the article seen in the Australia Independent:

For context, Jim Molan’s name rings alarm bells for many thousands of people. He is known colloquially as “The Butcher of Fallujah” for his time leading the Coalition assault in Iraq against that and several other Sunni cities, including Najaf and Samarra.
When the bombing began in October 2004 (both planned and orchestrated by Molan himself, as the third-highest ranking Coalition officer in Iraq at that time) the city remained home to approximately 30,000 to 50,000 civilians – many of whom had been prevented from fleeing, others who were simply too old or infirm to make the journey – and their families, who refused to abandon them. Once the bombing began, all routes out of Fallujah were sealed off by Coalition forces, leaving everyone who remained inside trapped and unable to leave.

After the first wave of bombing, the Washington Post reported that ‘electricity and water were cut off to the city just as a fresh wave of [bombing] strikes began’, which is explicitly forbidden under Article 54 of the Geneva Convention, which reads:

1. Starvation of civilians as a method of warfare is prohibited.

2. It is prohibited to attack, destroy, remove or render useless objects indispensable to the survival of the civilian population, such as foodstuffs, agricultural areas for the production of foodstuffs, crops, livestock, drinking water installations and supplies and irrigation works, for the specific purpose of denying them for their sustenance value to the civilian population or to the adverse Party, whatever the motive, whether in order to starve out civilians, to cause them to move away, or for any other motive.

Furthermore, the Red Cross was blocked from accessing the city with much needed supplies for the citizens such as food, water and medical supplies. Molan literally held countless lives in his hands and didn’t follow international war protocol but chose to bomb hospitals full of unarmed patients seeking treatment for their injuries. His blind hate for Muslims was apparent in these bombings.Stated in the same article:

In addition to this, Coalition Forces have been linked to the use of white phosphorous, a chemical weapon that rapidly eats away at the skin, flesh and bone of anyone who comes into contact with it — another violation of the Geneva Convention.

Somehow, this butcher of innocents has become an Australian senator. Regardless, the brutality of this murderer has viciously attacked Assange simply because he is a war criminal with something to hide. His past automatically makes his opinion on these matters null and void.

Complaint Filed Today By Assange Lawyers Regarding Spying in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London

Assange’s lawyer, Carlos Poveda, spoke today on the complaint filed in the prosecutor’s office for spying on Julian Assange in the Embassy while he stayed there. Poveda presented this morning a complaint for alleged espionage inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London. He maintains that around 10 people would be involved; Ecuadorians and Spaniards included.
The complaint filed by the defense of Assange cites 4 crimes allegedly committed inside the Ecuadorian embassy:

– Violation of privacy
– Dissemination of restricted circulation information
– Illegal disclosure of database
– Illegal data interception

3 of the individuals included in the complaint are diplomatic officials and others are employees of PROM security that were used at the Embassy in London.

Recently a UN special rapporteur on privacy, Joe Cannatacci, visited Assange in Belmarsh Prison regarding the invasion of privacy. When interviewed Cannatacci stated there would be more involved in the case and hadn’t reached a verdict at that time. Videos of Assange’s private life have been released by the Daily Mail, a publication in the U.K. similar to the National Enquirer state side.

The purpose of releasing videos appears to be to destroy Assange’s character though everything released so far has done nothing of the sort. Most have only shown Assange attempting to get exercise in his small quarters.

According to Ecuadorian citizen, Jose Rivera, who has been keeping supporters up to date on the goings on in Ecuador stated today in regards to the allegations :

This is not only an invasion of privacy but a breech of lawyer-client confidentiality and would make it difficult for Assange’s lawyer to defend him. This breech is a definitely illegal and should be prosecuted to the highest extent of the law.

With the extortion case involved where 4 Spaniards tried to blackmail Wikileaks for 3 million dollars, Assange’s legal battles will cost him astronomical amounts.

Supporters should donate to http://defend.wikileaks.org.

Example Letter to President Trump and the Attorney General

Dear —-

Julian Assange is in great jeopardy and it appears that you may be the only one who can help him. His asylum in the Ecuadorian Embassy has ended and he has been arrested. He is being threatened by extradition to the U.S. with the possibility of the death penalty or life in prison under the antiquated Espionage Act of 1917.

Julian Assange is a publisher, a journalist and a hero. By allowing the prosecution against Assange to continue, it is a direct violation of your oath to the Constitution of the United States, specifically the First Amendment.

The relentless attacks on Assange and Wikileaks threatens the future of a free press that is the bulwark of democracy. It is a threat to our very freedom as U.S. citizens.

Assange was held without charge in the Ecuadorian embassy in London for nearly 7 years without fresh air, sunlight, proper exercise or proper medical care against 2 UN rulings to release him. All the while, not a shred of evidence has ever been found that he has done anything but publish the truth. He is relentlessly attacked by those who fear the truth will put them in jeopardy of prosecution themselves.

This is an injustice not just against this man, but all humanity. It sets a legal precedent to prosecute any journalist who exposes truth. It also is against the human rights of political refugees who seek protection. It also sets an example of how criminals get away with corruption and whistleblowers get prosecuted. It is an act of injustice by the United States against all of us.

We urge you to take action. By granting him a pardon or dropping charges you can end this travesty of justice.

Signed,

A Concerned Citizen

10 Reasons You Should Support Julian Assange

There are so many brainwashed individuals out there who have listened to the smears that MSM have spread that I decidex to remind you why you should support Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. It’s pretty simple actually.

1. Human Rights: The way he was treated in the last 7 years byy detaining him illegally without fresh air, sunlight or proper medical care against 2 UN rulings, they have set an example on how refugees will be treated. The last year was especially inhumane as they placed him in solitary confinement for 8 months. According to the U.N.’s Nelson Mandela Act it’s torture after 15 days. Not to mention how Ecuador illegally expelled him against international law.

2. Freedom of Press: He’s a journalist and publisher. Unlike the accusation that he is a hacker, he is no different than the Guardian publishing the Snowden files or the NY Times releasing the Pentagon Papers. Free speech and free press must be protected! By arresting Assange they have set a legal precedent to arrest any journalist who exposes the truth.

3. Conspiracy between Countries:The handling of the Assange case by the U.S. and U.K. was and is a terrible injustice. They pressured Sweden to kerp a case alive that should have been dropped immediately in order to hold him indefinitely inside the Embassy. The U.S. has held a secrer frand jury against Wikileaks and Assange since 2010. This means they can prosecute publishers a decade later.

4. Right to Know: We own our governments, they do not own us. We have a right to know when they commit criminal acts against humanity and war crimes. Wikileaks exposed their war crimes and this is an act of vengeance.

5. Antiquated Espionage Act: The U.S. intends to prosecute him under an antiquated espionage act from 1917. This act was never meant to be used to go after publishers or journalists.

According to Wikipedia (seen here):

It was intended to prohibit interference with military operations or recruitment, to prevent insubordination in the military, and to prevent the support of United States enemies during wartime.

The act has been contested ever since for it’s obvious violation of the First amendment which states:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

5. Death Penalty for a Publisher and U.K. Extradition Law: Julian Assange could face the death penalty in the U.S. if extradited. This law needs to be retired

This means any media source who publishes documents exposing war crimes can too. In the U.K., there is a law that any person who can face death cannot be extradited. (Quote from Wikipedia seen here):

Under section 94 of the Extradition Act 2003, it is unlawful for an extradition of an individual to take place if the individual is accused of a capital crime, unless the Home Secretary has received assurances that the death penalty would not be applied in that case.

6. Unfair US Trial: Injustice: Julian Assange has no chance of getting a fair trial in the U.S. (Read my article “Will Assange Get A Fair Trial in the US?”) If you believe in justice, you support Assange. Julian has always believed in justice and truth. He has stood against injustice not only done by the U.S. but by other countries and corporations. I believe it hurts him deeply to see cruelty against other human beings. He has a great deal of empathy and compassion.

7. 1984: No Truth: If Assange is prosecuted, what we eventually have is nothing but state run propaganda centers and no journalism. Telling the truth will be illegal. We will literally find ourselves living the novel “1984”. Every country will have a center for what is allowed to be released to the public.

8. Loss of Freedom: Without realizing it, every individual on this planet is losing their freedom through this atrocity. Our freedom has always been centered at the ability to speak what we are thinking, to debate our causes and to put into practice our decisions on matters. Once you take that away, you live under a tyrranical entity that rules. Truly, the precedent being set is the beginning of the end of our freedom.

9. We need Julian Assange and Wikileaks: Wikileaks informs the public. Most governments, whether its the US or not, hide things from the general public. Basically, the Shadow government does things that are illegal and then covers it up. The media lies to us about what happened.

A leaker such as Manning, brings these crimes to light. Many consider these leakers to be traitors or spies, but in most cases, they see something wrong going on and report it. Watergate is a good example. You had a leaker who talked to a journalist who exposed what was going on.

Wikileaks is against war crimes and is anti-war. In 2010, Wikileaks and Julian Assange exposed the US government in Afghanistan and Iraq. They were torturing citizens, killing them and other heinous acts. The U.S. should be setting an example. Crimes against humanity should be pubished, not hidden.

10. Justice: Whistleblowers need protection from injustice. It seems every crime exposed including torture, spying on citizens to war crimes ends with the criminals walking free and the person who exposed in jail. This isn’t right. Wikileaks and Assange always protected their sources because they knew the outcome if they didn’t. Justice has never been served to those who committed these crimes. In fact, most have been promoted. Look at the torture queen Gina Haspel who is now head of the CIA.

This world is evil enough without justice. Assange only wanted justice for the people who were hurt by the injustices he exposed. His empathy for those who lost loved ones, had their rights infringed and were tortured forced him to give up his life for the truth. He has a conscience and a heart!

How can anyone not see that Julian Assange is a hero being unjustly punished for his humanity and his love for others? If you hate Assange maybe you need to look in the mirror and ask yourself, would you do something if you saw an injustice being done? Or would you simply ignore it making you just as guilty as the criminal? Assange couldn’t ignore what he saw. Now he is paying for it. We cannot stand by and watch a hero suffer for wanting to help humanity!

Free Assange!

Update on Assange Case

According to Hannah Jonasson, also known on Twitter as @AssangeLegal, the US never served Assange with a warrant for his arrest. According to her, he was arrested on a UK warrant and then rearrested on a US warrant but the US claims the warrant hasn’t been executed. If this is the case, the extradition warrant would become null and void because due process was not followed in the case.

By not serving Assange, the U.S. has basically made the arrest illegal. Arresting a person in a case like this without serving a warrant is like the police coming to your house and arresting you without telling you what they are arresting you for.

The warrant was issued March 6 of 2019. Arrest without warrant can only be done for certain reasons as seen here:

However, the constable must have reasonable grounds that any of the following reasons make it necessary to arrest the person in question: to enable the real name or address of the person in question to be ascertained, or to prevent the person in question –

  • causing physical injury to himself/herself or any other person,
  • suffering physical injury,
  • causing loss of or damage to property,
  • committing an offence against public decency (provided members of the public going about their normal business cannot reasonably be expected to avoid the person in question),
  • causing an unlawful obstruction of the highway.
  • to protect a child or other vulnerable person from the person in question,
  • to allow the prompt and effective investigation of the offence or of the conduct of the person in question,
  • to prevent any prosecution for the offence from being hindered by the disappearance of the person in question.

There was no cause to believe Assange would disappear as he was illegally detained in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for 7 years under surveillance and could not walk out the door. That is the only probable cause they could use in this case.

In fact, Assange has tried to legally fight this case since his arrest by the U.K. government in 2010. There was no reason to ever even assume he would attempt to escape. Therefore, by not serving Assange, he has been arrested and held by the U.S. illegally.

Secondly, a search warrant must be obtained to search through your property. When the Ecuador government allowed British police to go through Assange’s belongings, they committed a crime.

There is no way even the most corrupt judge can ignore this in the extradition case against Assange. Nor can they ignore the probability of his being tried under the Espionage Act of 1917 and the possibility of the death penalty.

If the U.K. government does not abide by it’s own laws, they are nothing more than an accessory to a horrible crime against humanity.

Assange Gave Up His Life For The Truth

In a 60 minutes interview in Australia, Julian Assange’s father, John Shipton, was asked what Julian gave up for Wikileaks. His answer was, “Everything!” (Video seen here)

It is true! Julian Assange literally gave up his entire life for truth, government transparency and YOU! Yes, you!

He once said he didnt love or hate any country over the other, he loved the world. That means he loved us all enough to give up his well being, his family and children, his freedom that we would know the truth. This situation is reminiscent of another man who gave it all up.

Persecuted, tortured and now incarcerated he faces life in prison or worse the death penalty. It is more than likely he faces torture at the hands of the CIA as well. He has already been tormented for nearly 7 years in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.

Seen by the U.S. military as a “villian,” if extradited, Assange will be in cruel and merciless hands as witnessed in the case of Chelsea Manning. The US claims he’s not simply a publisher and journalist but wants to charge him as a spy. However, Assange got all his information and data from whistleblowers, not unlike the Guardian or the New York Times. Legally speaking, this is about setting an example to other whistleblowers and publishers to warn them that they will be destroyed if they dont stay in line.

I want you to imagine if you even can, what Julian has went through already as a human being. He is a human, you know. People seem to view him as either a super hero or super villian who is indestructible. He’s simply not. The last 7 years in a tiny room inside without fresh air, sunlight and proper medical care has played hell on his body. His father (in the interview on 60 minutes), points out that Julian looks his age, 72, not like the 47 year old man he is. (Pics below are of Julian 7 years ago and today)

Does the U.S. government want to destroy this man? John Shipton and many of his supporters think so. In fact, they are slowly assassinating one of the great geniuses of our time. Using him as a way to damage the first amendment of the U.S. Constitution, change political asylum forever and destroy human rights for the individual.

Everything they are doing to Julian, they are doing to everyone of us. This is not just about government overreach or national security. It is about bringing the minions into submission. It is about putting fear into every person on this planet whoever challenges what a government does illegally.

If we let this tragedy play out like the U.S. wants, we can say goodbye to freedom worldwide. The U.S. empire will always rule with an iron fist and be able to squash anyone who dares stand up for their rights and others. We will be living the novel “1984.”

It still remains however, that one man can make a difference if he us willing to sacrifice it all. Julian Assange has! He is a modern day hero, but he is still simply a man…

Exclusive Interview With Greg Barns, Assange’s Australian Legal Adviser

In an interview with Greg Barns, (Barrister,Writer and Assange’s Australian legal adviser), I spoke to him about Julian’s current crisis.

Angel: Do you think Assange will be extradited to the United States?

GregBarns: There is a strong possibility of this happening given the attitude of the UK government.

Angel: Do you think he will get a fair trial if extradited?

Greg Barns: No. The US legal system has shown it is not robust when it comes to ensuring defendants in cases where the interests of the US military and security establishment are involved, get a fair trial.

Angel: As a lawyer, do you think the way he was arrested is legal?

Greg Barns: As a matter of international law Ecuador’s actions were extraordinary. It allowed its sovereignty to be breached by the UK.

Angel: Do you think if brought back to Australia he would be safe from prosecution?

Greg Barns: We would like to see the Australian government prevail on its Washington and UK allies to allow Julian to return to Australia with no threat of extradition from the US.

Angel: Would you like to add a statement in support of our hero?

Greg Barns: The prosecution of Julian Assange is dangerous. It represents a direct threat to freedom of speech and freedom of the media. It is an outrageous abuse of prosecutorial discretion to allow the charge to be brought in the first place.

It has become apparent that only a huge movement of supporters fighting this extradition and prosecution will keep Mr. Assange safe. A guilty verdict will hurt not only Assange and Wikileaks but the entire world. It affects everyone’s rights, free speech and guarantee of protective asylum. Every step of this man’s plight will set a precedent for future generations and changes history. The consequences of the decision by the US to prosecute Assange are far reaching and speak negatively for the justice system. The only thing Assange is truly guilty of is doing his job as a journalist and giving a damn about the world around us.

Don’t wait to see the outcome but fight for his freedom now!

Will Assange Get a Fair Trial in the US?

Evidentally not according to John Kiriakou, American author, journalist and retired intelligence officer who also exposed the CIA torture program.

In a statement from readersupportednews which Kiriakou directed me to when i asked for his statement on Assange, he wrote:

“The issue here is that it is highly unusual – unprecedented, even – for a foreign national (Assange is Australian) to be charged with espionage when he did not steal the information. He was simply provided the information, which he then made public. Assange says that he was just a journalist doing his job, and no administration has ever charged a journalist with espionage for doing his job.

Second, this inadvertent disclosure confirmed that Assange has been charged in the Eastern District of Virginia – the so-called “Espionage Court.” That is just what many of us have feared. Remember, no national security defendant has ever been found not guilty in the Eastern District of Virginia. The Eastern District is also known as the “rocket docket” for the swiftness with which cases are heard and decided. Not ready to mount a defense? Need more time? Haven’t received all of your discovery? Tough luck. See you in court.

Third, I have long predicted that Assange would face Judge Leonie Brinkema were he to be charged in the Eastern District. Brinkema handled my case, as well as CIA whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling’s. She also has reserved the Ed Snowden case for herself. Brinkema is a hanging judge. She was appointed to the federal bench by Ronald Reagan after serving as a federal prosecutor. She was then elevated from administrative judge to trial judge by Bill Clinton, under the patronage of former Republican senator John Warner.”

Also in an article from counterpunch, Kiriakou states,

“No matter what happens, no matter what the charges, Julian cannot and will not get a fair trial in the Eastern District of Virginia.”

Judge Leonie Brinkema will not give Assange a chance for a defense as a “hang em high” judge she will likely give him the death penalty.

As John Kiriakou said,

Julian Assange doesn’t have a prayer of a fair trial in the Eastern District of Virginia. The only thing that can save him is jury nullification. Technically, jury nullification is illegal. That’s when a jury acquits, not because the defendant is innocent, but because the law itself is wrong. The Espionage Act is wrong. Julian Assange is a journalist. He should never have been charged with a crime in the first place. While the judge that will likely hear his case may disagree, a jury might agree. And it should.

We as a people must fight the extradition of Assange before it’s too late. Extradition can only lead to disaster in the case of an innocent man who only did his job as a journalist. Assange is a hero! Don’t let them make him a martyr!

What is the US Hiding? Trump Goes After Criminal Court

The request claimed there is evidence that U.S. military and intelligence personnel “committed acts of torture, cruel treatment, outrages upon personal dignity, rape and sexual violence against conflict-related detainees in Afghanistan and other locations, principally in the 2003-2004 period.”An article by Fox News proclaims “Trump Cracks Down on Criminal Court”, but shouldn’t it read instead, “Trump Attempts to Hide War Crimes in Afghanistan”? The write up goes on to state:

The U.S. revoked the visa of an International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor Friday as part of the Trump administration’s effort to rebuke the tribunal’s investigation into alleged war crimes committed by U.S. forces in Afghanistan, according to a statement from the prosecutor’s office.
The ICC is an international tribunal based in The Hague, the Netherlands that prosecutes individuals for international crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, and crimes of aggression only when other countries are unwillingly to do so. The U.S. has never been a member of the court and actively opposes its jurisdiction on an international stage.

It’s interesting as this comes at a time when a journalist, Julian Assange, who also exposed war crimes is about to be tried for just that if he is extradited. It appears Trump and his administration are definitely trying to hide what the military did in Afghanistan and Iraq.By squashing those e5ho expose it, they think the truth won’t get out but by arresting Assange they have opened a can of worms. Thry are exposing themselves for what they really are to the general public.The article further exposes Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for the liar and deep state operative he really is.

Last month, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the U.S. would revoke the visas of ICC personnel who attacked America’s rule of law by investigating allegations against U.S. forces in Afghanistan or allegations against Israel, The Guardian reported.

Furthermore, Pompeo admitted in an interview that the CIA “lies, cheats and steals” as seen in this article by telesurtv.net.

Covert operations, ousting democratically elected governments, inciting revolts and supporting transnational companies are run of the mill actions for the CIA.

United States Secretary of State and former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) director (2017 – 2018), Mike Pompeo, admitted to an audience from Texas A&M University on April 15, that the agency especially trains employees to “lie, cheat and steal.”

So why is he in high ranking position like Secretary of State? Because he has been trained to conceal, lie and cheat. While CIA director, Mike Pompeo called Wikileaks a “hostile nonstate intelligence agency.”According to an article seen on nbcnews.com,

“WikiLeaks walks like a hostile intelligence service and talks like a hostile intelligence service. It has encouraged its followers to find jobs at CIA in order to obtain intelligence. It directed Chelsea Manning in her theft of specific secret information. And it overwhelmingly focuses on the United States, while seeking support from anti-democracy countries and organizations.”

What we can conclude about Mike Pompeo is:

  1. He was trained to lie, cheat, steal and conceal.
  2. He is willing to conceal war crimes on behalf the government.
  3. Trump put him in as Secretary of State.

According to the Fox news article mentioned before,

The request claimed there is evidence that U.S. military and intelligence personnel “committed acts of torture, cruel treatment, outrages upon personal dignity, rape and sexual violence against conflict-related detainees in Afghanistan and other locations, principally in the 2003-2004 period.”

Pompeo says he will protect military personnel. However, if a crime was committed, isn’t that aiding and abetting? When did the US become above the law when it comes to war crimes? Shouldn’t the US military be setting a standard and example, not hiding it’s own illegal activities?Chelsea Manning, who exposed war crimes, spent 7 years in prison. She is currently being held for refusing to testify against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange in a secret grand jury. John Kiriakou who exposed the CIA ti5rture program also did time. It is obvious the US government punishes those who expose injustice and praises those who commit crimes.For example, the new CIA director, Gina Haspel, was part of the program Kiriakou exposed. She was linked to a “black site” and she still was promi5ted by Donald Trump.Trump’s war on free press and the First amendment has also become evident. Could that be because he is trying to conceal something? It makes you wonder what that would be. Obviously one of those items is war crimes by the Us military. Crimes they claim only dictators do in 3rd world countries so they can declare war and take over.Maybe the people of the U.S. should take a good look at our government and take our country back from the horrible elite who make money off the death of young women and men in unneccesary military operations in foreign lands. What do you think?