Pamela Anderson Owns a Petulant Meghan McCain, Says Julian Assange Won’t Be Safe in US Prison: ‘Look at Epstein’ (VIDEO)

Pamela Anderson owned Meghan McCain so hard during a clash over WikiLeaks that the late senator’s daughter snarled at an audience member.

Anderson is a close friend of Julian Assange and one of his most vocal advocates. During her appearance on the View she argued that Assange should not be extradited to the United States because prisons here can’t even keep prisoners as high profile as Jeffrey Epstein safe.

As McCain attempted to push the bogus smears about the award-winning publisher, Anderson calmly and eloquently knocked the openly-hostile hosts claims down one by one.

“His whole intention is to stop these senseless wars. Wars of business… A lot of people aren’t too happy with America and how they meddle in everyone’s business,” Anderson said.

 

This remark from Anderson caused the petulant McCain to explode, cross her arms, pout, and scream that he’s a “cyber terrorist.”

“He hacked information, his leaks included classified documents that put our national security at risk, our military and the lives of spies and diplomats at risk,” McCain raved.

“You know who put our national security at risk, is the military,” Anderson said. “How many people (has) the American government killed, innocently, and how many has WikiLeaks killed?”

The audience, which very clearly sided with Anderson in the exchange, let out a round of applause. One man gave an extra cheer as it started to die down, prompting an outburst from the hawkish neoconservative commentator.


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