Senate Bill Targets WikiLeaks, Russia, Independent Press and the First Amendment

With the Russian meddling narrative serving as pretext, the U.S. Senate, embracing the “Pompeo Doctrine,” is moving to stifle and criminalize WikiLeaks and, by extension, any such “dangerous,” transparency-providing entities that threaten to cast doubt upon Washington’s “official stories.”

Assange Wikileaks

The Senate Intelligence Committee is pushing Congress to label WikiLeaks a “non-state hostile intelligence service,” having adopted that very position in the Intelligence Authorization Act (IAA) it approved last month. The terminology used in the bill originates from a speech given in April by CIA director Mike Pompeo, who called the

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Newt Gingrich Calls For McCarthyesque ‘Un-American Activities’ Committee

The Committee was infamously used against the so-called communist threat during the Cold War.

Newt Gingrich

Former house speaker and Donald Trump supporter Newt Gingrich called for the creation of a new House Un-American Activities Committee Monday as a method of combating U.S. citizens who plan to commit terrorist attacks in the country. “We originally created the House Un-American Activities Committee to go after Nazis. We passed several laws in

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