The Russian connection, part two
Looks like it
Pull the other one, sir. It’s got bells on it
An escape hatch may be opening
Getting the boot
Off the hook or on notice?
Your hosts are losing patience
From guest to pest
Plus: More Ecuador fun on stage in San Francisco!
“The move is to prevent the WikiLeaks founder from interfering in other countries’ affairs, Ecuador said.”
DoJ announces new indictments against 9 Iranians.
“… never denied perfectly legal back channel to Assange …”
All dressed up and nowhere to go
“We believe it would be much better for GOP to win.”
Man without a country… or many friends, for that matter
Ecuador: Don’t get fooled by “rumors or distorted or decontextualized information.”
“For those accusing me of pushing a conspiracy theory, you are the biggest phony hypocrites in the world.”
Well… some of them anyway
You’re going to need a bigger boat
“It’s time to call out Wikileaks for what it really is…”
“…absurd and frankly offensive.”
It all depends on Ecuador
Vaporware or a really twisted web?
Huge, if true
Politics make strange bedfellows, but not this strange
Every election can turn on a dime
“Ecuador has exercised its sovereign right to temporarily restrict access to some of its private communications network”
“There has been a lot of misquoting of me …”
“Investigators so far believe that Russian intelligence is likely behind the attacks…”
“In two particularly egregious cases, WikiLeaks named teenage rape victims.”
“some are attempting to politicize this horrible tragedy…”
“it’s quite something to suggest a murder, that’s basically what you’re doing.”
Shock or schlock?
Plus, Hasan rests his case with no witnesses.
“The libertarian aspect of the Republican Party is presently the only useful political voice really in the U.S. Congress.”