When the hyper-leaking organization known as WikiLeaks started releasing all sorts of information over the summer regarding the Democratic National Committee, Hillary Clinton, George Soros’s “non-profits” and a whole lot more, anyone with a rudimentary knowledge of what happens to the people who even hint at crossing Bill and Hillary Clinton wondered just how long the founder and purveyor of the leaks, Julian Assange, had.
Well, it sounds like someone used up a life in the wee hours of Monday morning. According to a Wikileaks tweet, a “ninja-like” prowler was caught on the grounds of the Ecuadorian embassy in London. The same Ecuadorian embassy where Australia native Assange has been holed up for years due to that country’s willingness to give him asylum, and Sweden wanting him extradited to face criminal charges.
Things that make you go hmmm….
A previous tweet also tells of a mystery that followers of the Arkancide trail sniffed as a rat as soon as the story of a lawyer who has represented Julian Assange “committed suicide” by jumping in front of a train was reported.
Perhaps the depth of the grifters from Little Rock may not reach as far as the other side of the pond. As it happens, Jones had been receiving treatment for depression just prior to his death, but still…individuals in the background of any revelations having to do with corruption and criminal activity from the Clintons just seem to assume room temperature.
“May you live in interesting times”
This incident will no doubt be chalked up to adding to a “conspiracy theory,” and due to the intruder escaping and failing in his mission – whatever that was – dismissed as a nothingburger. That is a possibility. But the question remains. Why now? Why when Assange claims he has so much more and a dead man’s switch may well be in play? Those are questions that will remain unanswered for the time being.
In the meantime, the Clintons are getting sloppy. In the last two months, at least five deaths have been at least loosely connected to them. The list just keeps getting longer.