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Rachel Maddow has aired a segment condemning the new indictment against Julian Assange for 17 alleged violations of the Espionage Act.

Yes, that Rachel Maddow.

MSNBC's top host began the segment after it was introduced by Chris Hayes, agreeing with her colleague that it's surprising that more news outlets aren't giving this story more "wall to wall" coverage, given its immense significance. She recapped Assange's various legal struggles up until this point, then accurately described Assange's new Espionage Act charges for publishing secret documents.

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"And these new charges are not about stealing classified information or outsmarting computer systems in order to illegally obtain classified information," Maddow said. "It's not about that. These new charges are trying to prosecute Assange for publishing that stolen, secret material which was obtained by somebody else. And that is a whole different kettle of fish then what he was initially charged with.

"By charging Assange for publishing that stuff that was taken by Manning, by issuing these charges today, the Justice Department has just done something you might have otherwise thought was impossible," Maddow added after explaining the unprecedented nature of this case. "The Justice Department today, the Trump administration today, just put every journalistic institution in this country on Julian Assange's side of the ledger. On his side of the fight. Which, I know, is unimaginable. But that is because the government is now trying to assert this brand new right to criminally prosecute people for publishing secret stuff, and newspapers and magazines and investigative journalists and all sorts of different entities publish secret stuff all the time. That is the bread and butter of what we do."

Maddow carefully explained to her audience that these new charges have nothing at all to do with the 2016 election or any of the Russia-gate nonsense the MSNBC pundit has been devoting her life to, correctly calling what the Trump administration is doing with Assange "a novel legal effort to punch a huge hole in the First Amendment." She tied this in with Trump's common references to the mass media as the "enemy of the people", finally taking mainstream liberalism into a direct confrontation with Trump's actual war on the press instead of nonsense about his tweeting mean things about Jim Acosta. She rightly highlighted the dangers of allowing a president with a thick authoritarian streak the ability to prosecute journalists he doesn't like, and discussed the possibility that the UK may not comply with this new agenda in extradition proceedings.

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"I think these 17 espionage charges against the WikiLeaks guy are a huge deal, and a very dark development," Maddow concluded. "Chris Hayes this evening called it a 'four-alarm development,' and I absolutely share that.

"And, you know, I know you," Maddow continued, pointing to the camera. "Given everything else that we know about the WikiLeaks guy, I can feel through the television right now your mixed feelings about what I am saying. I can feel what may be, perhaps, a certain lack of concern about Julian Assange's ultimate fate, given his own gleeful and extensive personal role in trying to help a hostile foreign government interfere in our election in order to install their chosen president with WikiLeaks' help. Okay? I know. Okay, I feel ya. I got it. But, it is a recurring theme in history, heck, it is a recurring theme in the Bible, that they always pick the least sympathetic figures to try this stuff on first. Despite anyone's feelings about this spectacularly unsympathetic character at the center of this international drama, you are going to see every journalistic institution in this country, every First Amendment supporter in this country, left, right and center, swallow their feelings about this particular human and denounce what the Trump administration is trying to do here. Because it would fundamentally change the United States of America."

Wow. Make no mistake, this is a hugely significant development. This isn't just some columnist for the New York Times or the Guardian, this is Rachel effing Maddow, the Queen Mother of all tinfoil pussyhat-wearing Russia-gate insanity. This same pundit was just a couple of months ago not just smearing but outright lying about Assange, deceitfully telling her audience that the new legal rings closing around Assange were about his 2016 publications then instructing viewers not to Google anything about it because they'll get computer viruses. Now that she's recognized that this could actually hurt her and her network directly, she's finally feeding her audience a different narrative out of sheer enlightened self-interest.

The fact that such a hugely influential figure in mainstream liberal media is now pushing back against Assange's prosecution, and doing so in a way that her mainstream liberal anti-Trump audience can relate to, cannot be over-appreciated. Maddow's credulous audience would eat live kittens if she told them to, so the way she's pushing back against a dangerous legal precedent in language they can understand will make a difference in the way American liberals think about Assange's predicament. It won't make them like him, it won't make them value the things he's done, but it will get them to finally begin resisting something that badly needs to be resisted. And that's huge.

The danger has always been that this fatal blow to journalism would be meted out with total compliance and support from a population hammered into docility by the ongoing narrative war that has been waged on Assange's and WikiLeaks' reputations with the help of the mass media. There was a very real danger that thought leaders like Maddow were going to choose their feelings over reasoning when the foot finally fell and the charges that criminalize journalism as "espionage" were finally put into play. I don't think anyone would have been surprised if she'd applied that giant intellect of hers into making it possible to ignore it without upsetting her audience and try and figure it out later when it was too late and the legal precedent was set.

She actually chose to do the right thing. I'm gobsmacked, and it's not an exaggeration to say that my hope for humanity sparked up a little today.

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If the resting smugfaced apex of liberal psychosis is getting this one right, then many more will surely follow. And indeed, many already are. In addition to Hayes' coverage of the story, MSNBC's Ari Melber also did a segment harshly criticizing the implications of Trump administration's new charges. We're seeing multiple segments from CNN about the grave dangers of the legal precedent that is being set with the superseding indictment, as well as urgent warnings about the new charges from major publications like the New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Guardian. The outlets that have been smearing Assange relentlessly are now finding themselves forced to defend him.

A typical comment under Maddow's YouTube share of this segment reads "This is very strange. Very alarming! There we go again. The GOP is preparing the country for a Dictatorship." And okay, that's not exactly what is happening (this has been a bipartisan push and it's not just preparations, we're in full swing), but whatever, now this viewer can actually see the monster's outlines. Finally the Maddow crowd that has been fruitlessly expending all their energy so far on punching at Russian shadows will actually be attacking a real thing.

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This is amazing, to put it mildly. I was ready to join any group surrounding the courthouse, for however long it might take, flying from Utah to do it. One of many classroom strategies to quell the tempist, when need be, was to do as the Native Americans did for survival, namely immediately find the lead buffalo(es) and get it or them in line. Clearly how government works. I'm both shocked and pleased. And hope the MSM and many other goons are catching on, however belatedly. A++ Caitlin.

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Not to be cynical, but...

MSNBC and most others have been on an anti-Trump mission since he took office. This took the attention away from the whole Clinton and DNC affairs.

They're suffering from lost credibility and ratings, and MuellerGate is a profitless theme for them now. They need a new one. They need to jump on the only bandwagon left that can take shots at Trump, while leaving the War Machine alone.

I notice Rachel was quick to include how the charges were not connected to anything about the 2016 election. That could be an attempt to both keep the DNC leaks, published by WikiLeaks, out of the conversation, and keep RussiaGate from completely fading away.

With all that has happened, the MSM may have no choice but to get off their asses and defend press freedom and the 1st Amendment. Tucker Carlson opened the door to that a little while ago, and the rest of the pack might need to follow suit. But I still believe whatever the MSM does is never purely for any moral sense of obligation.

There's always an angle.

We need to watch this development closely. Will the MSM actually put some balls into defending journalism? Or will we simply see Julian's story be used as a ploy to regenerate ratings, and then just abandon the whole thing?

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It is difficult for me to get a handle on whether one faction or another of the ruling elites is orchestrating the propaganda. How does the Russia Did It faction differ from the Love the 1st Amendment faction? How can they possibly be of the same mind?

Then we have this equivocation: "Despite anyone's feelings about this spectacularly unsympathetic character at the center of this international drama, you are going to see every journalistic institution in this country, every First Amendment supporter in this country, left, right and center, swallow their feelings about this particular human and denounce what the Trump administration is trying to do here. Because it would fundamentally change the United States of America."

So is it going to be the six owners of MSM that are going to fight on behalf of this "unsympathetic character", Julian Paul Assange and the US Constitution's First Amendment? I sure hope so. We should help them. And after they and we are done and have won, we should destroy them, unless they sign on to go after the war criminals and their enablers...oh I almost forgot, that would be them...mofos.

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DA and Shad: Very good points, explanations, food for thought, and things to continue warching. If it sounds too good to be true... as much as it appears to be, and is for the moment, these clowns did not change their operating system overnight. Should the government say, "Boo!" to THEM, I expect ther'll disappear like cockroaches in the light.

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Personally, I find Maddow's remarks at best worthless, and at worst...well both DA and Shad said it.


Perhaps it's the fact that the Constitution and its Bill of "Rights" have been so meaningless for so long that this is just drivel.


(I happen to find such a "bill" problematic. I was noticing that the US gender gap is worse than the Philippines (!!), and in fact doesn't make the top 20 nations for gender equality. None of these nations that top the list for gender equality needed all the hoopla about "rights" to attain them... and I put the First Amendment in that category. Besides what "agreements" has the US not violated.)

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my letter to Maddow:

Dear Ms. Maddow: Please address the following errors in your reporting on air :

1 - Assange was never "charged" in Sweden at all for any offense, certainly not "rape". He was "accused" by two women who sought him out and invited him into their beds with "consensual sex without use of a condom" - an "offense " which only exists in Sweden and in no other country. Please correct your erroneous use of the word, "rape".

2 - Assange did not seek asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy to "avoid charges in multiple countries." as you falsely stated. He was eager to answer all questions in Sweden provided that Sweden gave him legal assurance that he would not be extradited to the US where he would likely be imprisoned for life. Not because he had broken any law, because he did not break any law. But because the cia, fbi, and deep state elements were and are seeking revenge for the embarrassment they suffered when their illegal and immoral acts were revealed. The accusations in Sweden were dismissed not once but three times by three different judges and prosecutors when it became obvious that Assange had not committed any crime and was likely the victim of a honey trap.

3- Assange never "hacked" any government computer. Manning had already downloaded the files and in fact had already delivered all files to both the Washington Post and the New York Times before contacting Wikileaks. Assange tried to instruct Manning on how to hide her identity, something journalists do every day. You falsely stated that Manning "illegally downloaded classified material for the purpose of sending the material to Wikileaks to publish. " That is a patently false statement.

4 - You stated that the initial charge {of assisting a source in hiding her identity} was a crime. No such crime exists in US law or in the laws of any other state. Assange never "hacked" a government computer, ergo the initial charge was false on its face.

5 - You implied that the original charge was for "hacking into a government computer for the purposes of obtaining classified information." Assange never did any such thing and that was not the nature of the charge laid against him.

6 - You stated that this issue is "not at all about Assange working with Russian intelligence to try to make Trump win the 2016 election". It has been firmly established that at no time has Assange or any other Wikileaks member ever been in contact with any agent of the Russian government. It has further been proven beyond any doubt that the DNC emails were not hacked, but were leaked by a DNC employee angry at the treatment of Bernie Sanders. This was proven by William Binney, the man who designed the NSA's spying system. Assange has never revealed a source, but he implied that the leaker was in fact the murdered DNC employee, Seth Rich by offering a substantial reward for information leading to the prosecution of Rich's murderer. A professional hacker in Australia who goes by Kim.com has stated that he taught Seth Rich how to download the files onto a thumb drive and offered to testify before Congress to that fact. No one in Washington DC - not Congress, the FBI, the CIA or the NSA was interested in the truth. Mrs. Clinton had far too much invested in the lies she was promoting in her Russiagate fairy tale.

7 - You stated "as Wikileaks was releasing all of that information stolen by the Russians". Again, try to do at least the minimum amount to research before you fill the airways with untruths.

8 - Finally, to be clear A) Assange is not an American citizen and has never set foot inside the United States. Therefore he has no legal or moral obligation to be "loyal" to the US or its government. B) Assange has never hacked into any government files. He is a journalist and publisher only. C) If the US media were in fact doing their jobs - asking the hard questions, developing relationships with sources and challenging the US government when its actions were illegal under international law, there would be no need for the genuine factual reporting that has been carried out by Wikileaks. You in the mass media have brought this crisis onto yourselves.

I have to give you credit for at least acknowledging the dangers to press freedoms inherent in the false prosecution of Assange. You are nine years late in stepping up to the plate, but at least you are there now.

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and PS - I hold Hillary Clinton personally responsible for the persecution of Assange. It is Mrs. Clinton who deserves life long persecution, prosecution, and imprisonment for her multiple acts of treason against the United States.

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Can't wait to hear her straighten all that out on the air! ;-]

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I'm awesomely proud of you, Lila. Again, well said.

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Mueller uncovered evidence that the Russians not only hacked the DNC but used Wikileaks to release them. Seth Rich's murder was simply a robbery gone horribly wrong. It happens.


Assange wasn't charged with rape because he refused to talk to Swedish authorities and hid in the Equadorian embassy.


Releasing top secret information is indeed a crime.


Stop watching fox and start watching real news.

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You are obviously not from this reality.

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wake up !!! Assange answered the accusations in person in a Swedish court whereupon the case was dropped and closed. At the insistence of the US Sweden re-opened the case, when it then took several years for prosecutors to agree to further question Assange inside the embassy, which they did. The case was dropped again. Publishing confidential government information is not a crime and it is done every single day by journalists the world over. The act of publishing is protected by the first amendment. Neither Mueller nor any other person uncovered any evidence that "the Russians" hacked into DNC computers because it never happened. Even you should admit that the world's reigning expert on surveillance, William Binney ,knows more about this subject than you do.

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Thank you for taking the time to let Ms. Maddow know there are people who know what a lying shill she is and are willing to call her out on it. She doesn't get a pass from me for finally coming around on protecting journalism. Her qualifiers are all based on lies.

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Until now these Presstitute Media Propagandists (PMP) through their high paying jobs (most of these hacks are millionaires) hinged on repeating what they were told to repeat. They are now beginning to see if they stop taking orders they may not only lose their job but could face jail time. Investigative journalism is a dinosaur and the masses will make William Colby, Ex-CIA Director, happy as he made the comment, "We will know our propaganda program is a success when everything the American people know is false" (His exact quote may differ slightly, however, this is the gist).

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We'll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false." -- William Casey, CIA Director (first staff meeting, 1981)

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Thanks. I knew the gist, nut the words.

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