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Charlie Kirk: Social Media Director Dan Scavino Unsung Hero of Trump White House

During a time of war, American liberals love to focus on the “collateral damage” that may be done to “innocent civilians” as part of U.S. military action taken against hostile targets.  While concern for non-combatants can be considered admirable, liberals do not usually extend the same level of worry in matters of domestic politics. 

Dan Scavino

Cassandra Fairbanks Alleges Julian Assange’s Living Conditions in Ecuadorian Embassy Worsening

The Ecuadorian embassy in London reportedly locked journalist Cassandra Fairbanks in a room for over an hour during a visit to see WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, and was eventually given just under ten minutes to speak with him, despite being booked for a two-hour meeting. Fairbanks reportedly overheard a conversation between Assange and an ambassador during which Assange accused the embassy of illegally surveilling him.

Assange would surrender to Britain if no US extradition