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Extradition Hangs Over Assange

An extradition to the United States hangs over the head of Julian Assange. The United Kingdom has approved the extradition, an act that Judge Andrew Napolitano argues is a gross violation. It’s not surprising at all that the United Kingdom would grossly violate Assange’s rights. They’ve held him in prison for more than three years without even charging him.

Now, he could be coming to a nation where controversial prisoners have been killed in prison, including Jeffrey Epstein. It’s all quite distasteful, considering the secrets Assange published involved truly derelict acts perpetrated by forces of the American government. These bureaucrats want to kill indiscriminately, and kill anyone who points that out as well. They represent the political poison that undermines the American criminal justice system — not Assange. More from Andrew Napolitano.

More Fox Departures Coming?

Hallelujah! The nitwit Shepherd Smith has been bounced from Fox News.  Could we see more Never Trumpers leaving their posts soon? Other creeps like Neil Cavuto, the snide Chris Wallace or the sneering Judge Andrew Napolitano? Certainly would be glorious to see some more of these knuckleheads ushered out the door. But the biggest jerk of the bunch is now pounding the pavement, so we can be grateful that progress is occurring. More from H.A. Goodman.

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Left-wing extremist and mainstream media malignancy Shepard Smith, of Fox News, “stepped down” live on the air in early October 2019 – and the speculation began immediately.

Rather than focus on the reasons for his career-ending humiliation, we instead take this time to celebrate the life’s work of the human punchline that is “journalist” Shepard Smith. More from John Ward.

Julian Assange Arrested

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is arrested by British police after Ecuador withdraws his asylum. Judge Andrew Napolitano reacts. More from Fox News.

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been evicted from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London where he has spent the last six years. Ecuador’s president has announced that the country has withdrawn asylum from Assange. More from RT.

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Styxhexenhammer666 says the arrest sets the stage for attacks on the press worldwide.

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But on the flip side, Lions Republic Entertainment says it’s going down. Fasten your seat belts.

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Cassandra Fairbanks is a DC journalist & huge Wikileaks supporter. She recently traveled to the Ecuadorian Embassy where Assange is being held.

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Phony Kavanaugh Allegations

The Christine Ford charges against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh are starting to fall apart. These were serious charges, implicating the judicial nominee with attempted rape. But there was something patently phony about the way the Democrats sat on the charges and didn’t air them until after the hearing had concluded. And the fact that Christine Ford herself didn’t air them for more than 35 years suggested monkey business.

Was she almost a rape victim? Possibly. But was Kavanaugh the actual culprit? Much less likely, in fact, probably not at all. Here Dr. Steve Turley weighs the evidence.

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Meanwhile, Lionel Nation says the Democrats have screwed the pooch on the Kavanaugh hearings. The #NeverTrump, #AltLeft, Faux Dems have no clue about #Kavanaugh, Nation says, just as they are pitifully stupid to still be putting Hillary Rodham Clinton forward as their party spokeswoman. We concur.

Clinton is not just a criminal of the worst type herself, she is married to an Old Guard rapist. If the Democrats don’t think that will upset their PR moving into the midterm elections, they are sorely mistaken.

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Fox News judicial senior analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano says the new Senate hearing with Judge Brett Kavanaugh and the accuser will be determined by who makes the most emotional connection with the general public. Here, he discusses the Kavanaugh hearing with Kennedy on Fox Business. The Senate Judiciary Committee is expected to take up the case Wednesday.

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Finally, Steven Crowder breaks down everything wrong with the Democrat-led hunt in the Kavanaugh sexual accusation scandal. Matt Iseman sits in third chair. Sargon of Akkad drops by to talk “Alternate Influence Network” on social media, and Glenn Beck explains outrage culture addiction. More on Louder with Crowder.

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Jailtime for Wiretap Culprits

Fox News senior judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano made the claim that President Donald Trump’s “wiretapping” allegations against President Barack Obama’s White House appear “to be absolutely true” in light of the recent CNN report on the issue. If so, there are a string of Obama Administration officials who ought to face jail time, starting with former FBI Director James Comey and former director of national intelligence James Clapper and moving on up into the White House staff, such as National Security Advisor Susan Rice.

(EDITOR’S NOTE: Fox News has removed this video from YouTube. In its absence, we give you a similar Napolitano discussion of Barack Obama administration wiretapping on the Fox Business News. Here, Napolitano is saying Obama used British intelligence agencies to conduct wiretaps that American counterparts could not legally use.)

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Obama Spied on Supreme Court

Think that’s far-fetched? Well, that’s exactly what the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia believed, and what Scalia told Judge Andrew Napolitano of Fox News. Said Napolitano, “Justice Scalia told me that he often thought the court was being surveilled. And he told me that probably four or five years ago…If they had to unmask Senator Paul’s name to reveal a conversation he was having with a foreign agent and the foreign agent was hostile to the United States they can do that. That’s not what he’s talking about. They’re talking about unmasking him when he’s having a conversation with his campaign manager when he’s running in the Republican primary.”

If this is true, then President Obama not only committed high crimes akin to those orchestrated by the disgraced President Richard Nixon, but Obama raised the stakes even higher with a degree of criminality we’ve never seen coming from the White House before. It’s not only time to call Obama to testify before Congress, but also to open a full investigation into the death of Justice Scalia. More from No World

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Worse Than Watergate

Judge Andrew Napolitano says the charges surrounding Susan Rice — the use of top-secret intelligence information for political purposes — are worse than Watergate. He says, “The more of this that comes out, and the more the public knows, the more the public will see the campaign of President Obama and his colleagues to undermine the presidency of Donald Trump using the intelligence community as an instrument.”

Napolitano adds that the charges as now outlined constitute a felony.

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More Than a Nothing Burger

The beginning of the end has arrived in the Hillary Clinton e-mail scandal. The latest smoking gun was a batch of 22 e-mails found on Clinton’s server, which contained information beyond top secret, yet she continues to to deny that she ever received the classified info.

“The case against her is overwhelming, damning, and from her perspective, grave,” says Fox News judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano. “And when she says there’s no there-there, when she laughs about it, when she says this is the re-suggesting of an old New York Times story, she is effectively mocking the 100 FBI agents who are investigating it.” Listen to the case against Clinton in this special edition of LibertyPen.

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War Without Permission

The Constitution stipulates that if the United States goes to war, it must be decalred by Congress. But the truth is, according to Fox News political commentator Judge Andrew Napolitano, politicians ignore the Constitution and write their own laws. “In 1973, Congress enacted the War Powers Resolution–It’s called a resolution but it’s a federal statute–over President Nixon’s veto,” he says. “It basically says the president can fight any war he wants anywhere he wants in the world for 90 days, he then has to go back to Congress for funds and authorization beyond 90 days.” Napolitano and Fox News colleague John Stossel get into the nuts and bolts of the statute in this edition of LibertyPen.

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Who’s Watching You?

Rep. Justin Amash (R-Michigan) and Judge Andrew Napolitano attempt to school John Stossel on the danger of a government surveillance state.

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