During a recent appearance on the view, supermodel and actress Pamela Anderson took on Meghan McCain – daughter of the deceased warmongering former Sen. John McCain – on the issue of whistle-blowers.
Anderson defended Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks who is currently jailed in the United Kingdom awaiting extradition to stand trial in the United States for exposing war crimes and other shocking instances of government and corporate corruption. Anderson also defended whistle-blowers Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden against McCain’s bloated attacks.
The clip of the two squaring off can be seen here:
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“How many people have the American government killed innocently, and how many has WikiLeaks killed?” Anderson asked the war pig to huge applause as McCain read neoconservative talking points from a sheet.
“War crimes need to be punished, and they haven’t. The war crimes that he’s exposed, no one has done anything about it, but they put him in jail to shut him up,” Anderson explained.
“So what would you say to the spies who are putting themselves at risk with your relationship with him?” McCain asked Anderson.
“Well, I don’t think he, there’s nothing proven that he’s actually putting anybody at risk. They’ve gone through this over and over again, and I think that people like Edward Snowden, Chelsea Manning are heroes, and Julian Assange is a publisher,” Anderson said.
“Putin also thinks that,” McCain bellowed out of her cavernous mouth without a shred of evidence.
Anderson has been a long-standing advocate for Assange, supporting him with multiple visits while he was holed up in the Ecuadorean embassy in London for years. She continues to work as his advocate, even as he has fallen out of favor with the political mainstream as neo-McCarthyism has infected much of the West since the election of President Donald Trump.
“His health is really deteriorating. He has lost about 30 pounds I think since I saw him, and he was thin at that point,” Anderson told “The View.”
“He feels like people won’t fight for people if they’re not resilient, and he is the most resilient person I’ve ever met,” she added.
Anderson believes that Assange will ultimately get the Jeffrey Epstein treatment if he is extradited back into America, as federal prosecutors have charged him with 18 felony counts and desperately want him in the states to get their hands on him.
“There was no surprises. It is devastating that people have fallen for this smear campaign, especially in America,” she said.
“I almost feel like an outsider looking in, looking at how America has embraced all … this propaganda,” Anderson added. “It’s really frustrating, but I just hope that he doesn’t get extradited. I don’t think he’ll make it.”
Anderson spoke truth to power against McCain and the rest of chronically ignorant “The View” panelists, who each remain hostile toward the iconic information liberator because of their Russophobic biases.