WIKILEAKS: Ecuador Admits Cutting OFF Assange’s Internet – Guess WHO Ordered It?

Wikileaks has dropped THOUSANDS of Podesta emails recently, and there are still more to come. The revelations are damning to the Hillary campaign — if you hear about them over the Trump controversy.

There are so many players here, it’s hard to keep track!

John Kerry has allegedly bullied Ecuador because of the constant stream of leaked emails.

Wikileaks said Tuesday that Secretary of State John Kerry asked Ecuador to stop WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, from publishing leaked emails that could disrupt peace negotiations with a guerrilla group in Colombia.

Assange, who has been in refuge in Ecuador’s embassy in London for more than four years, saw his access to the internet cut over the weekend.

WikiLeaks blamed the U.S. government, saying Secretary of State John Kerry had requested the move.

“The John Kerry private meeting with Ecuador was made on the sidelines of the negotiations which took place pricipally on Sep 26 in Colombia,” WikiLeaks tweeted.

But the State Department rejected the allegation.

“While our concerns about WikiLeaks are longstanding, any suggestion that Secretary Kerry or the State Department were involved in shutting down WikiLeaks is false. Reports that Secretary Kerry had conversations with Ecuadorian officials about this are simply untrue. Period,” spokesman John Kirby said in a statement.
Read more: McClatchy DC

Ecuador releases a statement:

Many felt it was no coincidence that the internet was cut just after WikiLeaks had released another batch of emails from the campaign manager of the US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

The anti-secrecy organisation released three transcripts on Saturday of Clinton’s paid Goldman Sachs speeches, which her campaign team had long refused to release.

The transcripts show how she bantered with the investment bank’s executives, which is likely to fuel fears among liberal Democrats that she is too cosy with Wall Street.

The Clinton camp has neither confirmed nor denied the leaked emails are authentic. There have been no indications they are fake.
Read more: The Guardian

WikiLeaks is still releasing the Podesta emails.

Hillary has ‘joked'(?) that she wanted Assange killed by a drone.

Cutting off his internet access is nothing compared to that.

Share if you think that Ecuador was pressured by the US Democrats to revoke Assange’s WIFI privileges

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