Report: Julian Assange Will Trade Info on DNC Leaks For Pardon

In an exclusive interview with the Daily Caller, Rep.  Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif., said Julian Assange wants a pardon from the United States and is reportedly willing to name his source for the DNC leaks.

This only makes sense under two circumstances.  One, that is a leak from a Democrat and two, if that leaker is Seth Rich.  That is because President Trump would be more willing to pardon Assange if he turns over documents proving that Russia is not the source of the emails.

And of course, Assange can operate because he does not reveal his sources but Rich is dead and that promise may no longer be valid.

Rohrabacher says:

“He has information that will be of dramatic importance to the United States and the people of our country as well as to our government.  Thus if he comes up with that, you know he’s going to expect something in return. He can’t even leave the embassy to get out to Washington to talk to anybody if he doesn’t have a pardon. Obviously there is an issue there that needs to be dealt with, but we haven’t come to any conclusion yet.”

“They can’t fool the American people all the time, especially if there’s some dramatic information that would expose this monstrous fraud that has been perpetrated on the American people and thus undermining an elected president and his ability to take the responsibility given to him by the voters.”

Rohrabacher traveled to London at his own expense and met with Assange in person.  Assange has no chance of receiving a pardon without being able to prove conclusively who it was that supplied him with the emails.

Forensic specialists have already established that the emails could not have possibly been downloaded via the Internet because there was no Internet in the world that could have downloaded the amount of material in the small amount of time that downloading entailed.

The Daily Caller added:

The California congressman met with Assange along with conservative journalist Charles C. Johnson. Johnson is frequently attacked as just an internet troll, but he is well-connected to several key political figures. He told TheDC that he arranged the meeting between Rohrabacher and Assange.

Rohrabacher told TheDC that Johnson “stepped in as a friend” to help him on his overseas trip. The congressman went to London on his own dime and Rohrabacher is the first U.S. representative to visit Assange.

A pardon of Assange would have to come directly from President Donald Trump, and Rohrabacher told TheDC, “I can’t remember if I have spoken to anybody in the White House about this.”

The congressman has yet to receive the information that has been promised to him by Assange, but he said he is confident he will receive it.

Stay tuned, this could get exciting.

H/T The Daily Caller


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