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    Ecuadoria Embassy Admits They Cut Wikileaks Internet After Pressure From John Kerry

    Ecuadorian Embassy Admits They Cut Wikileaks Internet After Pressure From John Kerry
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    Hereís just how much the Obama/Clinton machine is freaking out right nowÖJohn Kerry put pressure on the Ecuadorian government to cut Wikileaks internet so they did it! Unreal! This is like third world banana republic time for Kerry. Is anything beneath these people in the Clinton machine?
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    The Ecuadorian government admitted on Tuesday they cut Julian Assangeís internet on Saturday due to his interference with the US elections.
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    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 yearís election.
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    Ecuador admitted it took action after Wikileaks published a wealth of documents impacting the US election campaign.
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    BREAKING: Ecuadorian Embassy Admits They Cut Wikileaks Internet After Pressure From John Kerry Ľ 100percentfedUp.com
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    My Thoughts:
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    Itís amazing that all of the Hillary people who are in these E-mails leaks wonít say these WikiLeaks E-mails are false, all Iíve heard is, oh itís the Russians, Boo, Hoo, Hoo.
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    With Kerry interfering itís proof that they are afraid of the truth they are putting out.
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    There was already a thread on this topic where you could have posted this, but the creator of that thread chose, with his enduring wisdom, a thread title that doesn't match up with the thread content: U.S. government guilty ?????????

    Another story on this topic: NBC News | U.S. Urged Ecuador to Act Against WikiLeaks Leader Assange

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