Calling out the “Biden-Garland administration” and specifically targeting the disturbing synthesis of the Department of Justice with the White House, as it indeed has become naught but the brute enforcement mechanism of a regime hostile to the American people. Former Democrat Congresswoman, embraced by many, albeit debatably as at best a ‘moderate’ and at worst a worthy adversary, Hawaii’s Tulsi Gabbard, has placed her aim high. On October 28th Gabbard posted a video to Twitter calling out the Attorney General and Biden for ” doubling down on its crusade against our constitutionally protected rights of freedom of speech, assembly, etc.” Just watch! Fascinatingly, in American and European journalism this story has gone largely unremarked despite making headlines in Russia and the Arab world.
The increasingly authoritarian Biden/Garland administration is doubling down on its crusade against our constitutionally protected rights of freedom of speech, assembly, etc. by continuing its vindictive… pic.twitter.com/yjIBqcjdnO
— Tulsi Gabbard 🌺 (@TulsiGabbard) October 28, 2021
Fighting The Extradition of Julian Assange – Watch As Gabbard Defies Biden
In the former Congresswoman’s video she calls out Biden and Garland “If they succeed in [extraditing Assange], this will be yet another nail in the coffin of democracy here in our country and around the world,” The Hawaiian Democrat mercilessly slammed the regime as the “increasingly authoritarian Biden-Garland administration,” but very notably made absolutely no mention of another pre-eminently crooked prosecutor: California’s Kamala Harris. This is made even more unusual by the legendary antipathy between the two women on the campaign trail, where Gabbard summarily dismantled Harris particularly on her record as San Francisco DA and California’s AG.
The release from Gabbard came just days after “prosecutors issued a series of “binding” assurances aimed at defusing concerns over the WikiLeaks publisher’s mental health were he to end up in a US prison. Assange’s attorneys have said they fear he might commit suicide if extradited to the US, where he faces a sentence of up to 175 years in jail on charges related to obtaining and publishing classified government and military documents.” according to RT. News-24.fr a prominent French outlet cited Amnesty International as they ” lambasted the so-called assurances as ” not worth the paper they are written on, claiming that they are not, in fact, legally binding.”
Notably, prior to the end of President Trump’s first term, Tulsi Gabbard had lobbied Trump to pardon both Julian Assange and Edward Snowden to no avail. As even her most diametrically opposed political foes can attest, at least Gabbard, unlike many of her party: is consistent.