BREAKING: Attempted Break-in at Ecuadorian Embassy … Did Someone Just Try to Assassinate Julian Assange?


 

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WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange is patriot. He has exposed a great deal of lies that the government including Hillary Clinton has continually fed the American people.

His operation at Wikileaks was able to expose the DNC for corruption in fixing the election in Hillary Clinton’s favor which forced the resignation of Debbie Wasserman Shultz, expose Hillary’s classified emails on her ‘private server’ with much more to come.

If it wasn’t for the man, the American people would still be in the dark with lots of important information we as a country deserve to know about. Some of his work has even helped the CIA prosecute criminals and so much more.

Are the Clinton’s looking to add Julian Assange to their so-called “body count”?

Gateway Pundit reports:

“Secretary of State Hillary Clinton knew that the US was sending arms from Libya to Syria back in 2011, a year before the Benghazi consulate attacks.

Hillary Clinton denied she knew about the weapons shipments during public testimony (under oath) in early 2013 after the Benghazi terrorist attack.

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Senator Rand Paul questioned Hillary Clinton about this gun running program back in January 2013 during her testimony on the Benghazi terrorist attack.” 

** Earlier this month Assange promised to release more emails on the Clinton Foundation.

Now this…
An unknown male attempted to break into the Ecuadorian Embassy in London this morning. He fled after being caught by security.

Julian Assange has been holed up in the embassy for the last four years.

Wikileaks posted this earlier today.

H/T Gateway Pundit


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