Breaking: Tucker Carlson Went To See Julian Assange At Belmarsh Prison
Will This Be The Interview Of The Century?
"For whatever is hidden is meant to be disclosed, and whatever is concealed is meant to be brought out in the open"
Isn’t it extraordinary what can happen when a truly curious man gets fired from a very well paid gig at a para-journalistic cable news network and just gets to talk to whomever he wishes, anywhere in the world?
“Boooorn freeeeeee.” (Please hear the Matt Monro version, not the Andy Williams version, when I write those words. Thank you.)
It was the greatest gift—Tucker’s ouster from Fox. Now I have to use a cliche: “The gift that keeps on giving.”
I absolutely love when enemies of truth find their efforts at punitive suppression backfire— but few have backfired this spectacularly.
Here’s Tucker’s Tweet.
The “powers that be” are becoming the “powers that were,” and they are surely on the ropes if Tucker Carlson has gone in there and gotten the voice they least want heard—possibly of anybody alive.
It means we will actually find out how Julian Assange is doing, and whatever is left of Julian, he will convey to Tucker, the essentials.
This we know. Julian Assange never wastes a single word.
If I were La Cabal, this would really, really freak me out.
Tucker and Julian.
Also: If RFK Jr. becomes the next “President” (I place it in quotes because I don’t believe there has been a Presidency since 1963) he has vowed to pardon Julian Assange on “day one.” (I still don’t understand what the US is pardoning Assange for exactly but this is the language at hand.) Can RFK Jr. compel the UK to release Julian?
He’s a political prisoner, he’s not serving a sentence that has any arc or root, rhyme nor reason to it.
Sweden needs to be seriously dragged under the bus for its role in this whole Assange affair. They were atrocious. They knew perfectly well he never raped any Swedish citizen, yet they set the whole thing off, only to twice pull down the balloon and admit they had no case.
I read the 100 page police report in Swedish, and wrote about it at the time. I can’t stress this enough. The report is very detailed, reads in part like a Harlequin novel, how exactly both women felt when Julian didn’t return their calls or whatever. It was entirely, to use a grey modern word, “consensual,” sex.
His mistake was showing insufficient enthusiasm for condoms.
Which I think is very sane.