Ecuador Admits It Cut Assange’s Internet Due to His Influence Over US Election

The Ecuadorian government admitted on Tuesday they cut Julian Assange’s internet on Saturday due to his interference with the US elections.

Assange and Wikileaks have released over 12,000 emails showing corruption, theft, lies and scheming by the Hillary Clinton campaign and Democrat party in this year’s election.

Ecuador admitted it took action after Wikileaks published a wealth of documents impacting the US election campaign.

Secretary of State John Kerry pressured Ecuador to cut off Assange’s internet during peace negotiations with the FARC terrorist group in Colombia.

Wikileaks reported on Tuesday that Kerry was behind the actions against Julian Assange.

The Obama administration does not want Americans to see the depth of corruption and filth in the Democrat Party.

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