REVEALED: Daniel Ellsberg Had Assange Docs, DARES DOJ To Prosecute Him | Breaking Points

Ryan and Emily are joined by Stefania Maurizi to break down massive revelations by Daniel Ellsberg about the current updates on the prosecution of Julian Assange.

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  1. Democrats should revolt and leave their party and Republicans need a total overhaul of leadership. We need a new republic free of corruption and manipulation. The DNC is corrupt to the core, stealing life savings from average Americans to illegally fund their elections to keep power. We need to demand answers, or our country will fall from within.

  2. As reported by Michael Isikoff using 30 independent Intel sources. Pompeo’s CIA formulated plans to abduct and murder Assange. The criminal depravity of the CIA is well documented but still…

  3. In the Krystal/Saagar segments, which I generally feel are EXCELLENT, I don’t feel Saagar is unabashedly enunciating his positions when they disagree with Krystal’s. Sometimes, both viewpoints can be right or half-right(…or the opposite), so what remains most important is that two people are GENUINELY doing their best to engage/confront/solve an issue and consistently debating “lol/semi-politely with helpfulness and in good faith” and are open to occasional alterations/corrections/etc of their personal views and even some “far left field” views while sprinkling in generous portions of sarcasm and humor. 😂

  4. The "Official Secrets Act" is a tool of the UK, and the UK government is completely cucked now; and the whole infrastructure of the UK is utterly composed of woke weaklings. So until the UK has any freedoms and any real men inside their institutions, none of their laws can have any meaning for any real man on earth.

  5. The Guardian published the Encryption Key in a book that gave the public access to all the unredacted classified documents. THE GUARDIAN is responsible for the unredacted documents, not Julian Assange.

  6. We have wannabe fascists and dictators in our government who do NOT believe in the rule of the people by the people for the people. From Obama to Bush we need a law to keep these people OUT of power/from abusing power.

  7. There's something forgotten with Wikileaks publishing and "Collateral Murder" – Assange published everything. US Army tactics and procedures, doxxing interpreters and sources.

    It's a completely coherent legal case when you put American Soldiers and our allies at physical harm and risk, who have nothing do with the allegation of torture and human rights violations. Who did nothing but sign up to serve in a total lost cause of two wars.

    Comparing it to the Pentagon papers is journalistic malfeasants. They published a RAND study not active information that put people's lives at risks that have nothing to do with the stories that came out of it.

  8. 06:05 Violation of Attorney Client Privilege

    Julian Assange's conversations with his attorneys were recorded by UC Global, and passed on to the US State Department/CIA/Stratfor.

    That makes everything that comes from it 'Fruit of the Poisonous Tree'.

    That's enough to dismiss the case, and drop the extradition request.

    Google: abc obtains alleged spying footage assange youtube

    13:30 No one is shown to have died because of the Wikileaks releases.

    (GUARDIAN UK 2013) Bradley Manning leak did not result in deaths by enemy forces, court hears

    Brig. Gen. Robert Carr, head of the Information Review Taskforce, "uncovered no specific examples of anyone who had lost his or her life…"

  9. When the Pentagon Papers were stolen and published by The Times, the Nixon administration used all kinds of their powers to attempt to prevent the publication of this information to the public. The Times took the case to the Supreme Court who ruled that the press had freedom to publish that information (1st amendment). This is the exact same case. No law passed by Congress or Order issued by the President can ban someone exercising their 1st amendment rights. Unconstitutional what they are trying to do here.

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