Twitter Disables WikiLeaks’ Account Days Before Scheduled Extradition Hearing for Julian Assange

Twitter has suspended the official account for WikiLeaks on their monopoly social media platform just days before founder Julian Assange is scheduled to stand trial, according to Gateway Pundit journalist Cassandra Fairbanks.

Fairbanks brought light to the accusation made by Kristinn Hrafnsson, who currently serves as editor-in-chief for WikiLeaks while Assange is behind bars.

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The British crown has steadfastly denied any intervention into the case, as Queen Elizabeth II makes it clear that she is a figurehead unwilling to exert her power to achieve justice.

“I have been asked to write a response to your letter to The Queen from which careful note has been taken of your comments regarding Mr Julian Assange,” wrote Jennie Vine, who works as Deputy Correspondence Coordinator for Buckingham Place, in a letter to activist Christopher Lonsdale after he requested a pardon of Assange from Her Majesty.

“I must tell you, however, that as a constitutional Sovereign, Her Majesty acts on the advice of her Ministers and remains strictly non-political at all times. This is, therefore, not a matter in which The Queen would intervene,” Vine added.

Fairbanks is attempting to start a protest in support of Assange on the date of his upcoming extradition hearing in Britain on the 24th.

Liberty Conservative News has reported on the railroading that Assange is undergoing as the deep state attempts to make an example of the heroic whistleblowers advocate for reporting on their vicious criminal behavior:

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s legal team is outraged that they are being denied access to key evidence as they attempt to prove their client’s innocence in the British court of law.

Assange attorney Gareth Peirce also claims that she has not been able to spend adequate time with her client, who is being detained in the Belmarsh facility in Britain. He is being held there as the U.S. attempts to extradite him to the states in order to charge him with 18 felony counts.

“We have pushed Belmarsh in every way – it is a breach of a defendant’s rights,” Pierce said.

Nils Melzer, the UN’s Special Rapporteur on torture, has also spoken out about the treatment of Assange, who is being brutalized during his show trial. Melzer has talked of the “deliberate, concerted and sustained nature of the abuse inflicted on Mr. Assange.”

“In 20 years of work with victims of war, violence and political persecution, I have never seen a group of democratic states ganging up to deliberately isolate, demonise and abuse a single individual for such a long time and with so little regard for human dignity and the rule of law. The collective persecution of Julian Assange must end here and now,” Melzer added.

Big Tech is once again showing that they are in the tank for the political establishment, and actively manipulating information to help the narrative of the government elite.

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