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McConnell Calls for Constitution to be Changed to Prosecute Assange

December 13, 2010

Danny Panzella

Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell is calling the founder of the online site Wiki Leaks a “high-tech terrorist” for releasing classified material from the U.S. government.

McConnell says that the online release of secret diplomat exchanges has done “enormous damage” to the country and to its relationship with its allies.

McConnell tells NBC’s “Meet the Press” that he hopes Wiki Leaks founder Julian Assange will be prosecuted for the disclosures. And he says that if it’s found that Assange hasn’t violated the law, then the law should be changed.

The idea that boggles my mind is that no one seems to be upset that Clinton ordered US Diplomats to spy on other diplomats. Or that the US has been secretly bombing Yemen and the Yemeni Government has been taking the blame. Everyone wants to kill the messenger. I personally believe Julian Assange is actually controlled opposition operative working indirectly for the CIA as detailed in last weeks article working towards the goal of tightened cyber security or as It’s being dubbed on the internet “The Internet Patriot Act” as well as stirring up Neo-Conservative support for strikes on Pakistan and Iran; but lets put all that aside for a moment.

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