Perfect. After years of propping up communists, radicals and anti-American thugs, this far left mag is about to outdo itself. TIME’s readers are about to vote for anarchist Hillary-hating traitor Julian Assange as ‘Person of the Year.’
Assange is gaining on anti-Israeli pro-Hezbollah Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the voting. The meat dress woman is currently in second place.
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Could the man on Interpol’s most wanted list also be Time’s Person of the Year?
If it were up to the magazine’s readers, Julian Assange, founder of the controversial whistleblower website WikiLeaks, would certainly have a shot.
More than 90,000 readers have voted for the 39-year-old Australian, placing him in third place, alongside comedians Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert.
Strangely, leading the pack is Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the prime minister of Turkey. And in second place is pop singer Lady Gaga.
“For better or for worse, Julian Assange has changed the accessibility to knowledge of the two wars that involve the U.S., within a matter of months,” Lauren Zalaznick, president of NBC Universal Women and Lifestyle Entertainment Networks, told Time. “He has also put journalistic integrity on a knife-blade edge: What is the responsibility of the journalist to make public or keep private?”
Are we looking at a Nobel Prize for the traitor, too?
Heck, if junk scientist Al Gore can win anyone can.