The Daily Caller publishes meme mocking Julian Assange’s frail state
04/11/2019 / By News Editors / Comments
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The Daily Caller publishes meme mocking Julian Assange’s frail state

Editor’s note: We have reported on the horrendous abuse of human rights by the criminal “Obama” deep state which is behind the kidnapping of Julian Assange. See this article for full details including this explanation: “Obama is behind the arrest of Julian Assange, and the gambit here is to pressure Assange to fabricate accusations that implicate President Trump in the “Russia collusion” hoax that has already imploded.” The mocking of Julian Assange by The Daily Caller is abhorrent and cruel. We denounce such mockery of political prisoners as inhumane, unprofessional and completely unjustified. The Daily Caller owes Julian Assange an apology and a retraction.

The Daily Caller evidently thinks it’s hilarious Julian Assange has been tortured for seven years in virtual isolation and denied sunlight.

(Article by Chris Menahan republished from

They shared this cringe boomer meme on Thursday after Assange was stripped of Ecuadorian citizenship and dragged out of the Ecuadorian embassy in London to face extradition to the US.

A Google reverse image search 40 minutes after it was published showed no other results, which suggests they made it themselves.

The meme didn’t go over well.

Pay attention to the responses to Julian Assange’s political persecution if you want to know who is fake opposition.

All these same clowns exposed themselves with their immediate condemnations of the boys of Covington Catholic (The Daily Caller’s Benny Johnson said the Covington Catholic boys were “despicable”), now they’re going to do it again.

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