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As far as drama and entertainment value go, American politics in 2018 has been no shortage of either.

Russian witch hunt on one channel, hacking-based true crime shows on another, and a horror movie starring any number of Clinton cronies during the wee hours of the morning.

We have been a bit spoiled in this regard, and yet, that is part of the reason why our government efficiency feels particularly lubricated at the moment:  We’re just too inundated with information to fight all of the fights that we would otherwise be fighting.  We’re jaded.  We’re tired.  We’re focused on the big stuff.

But one move coming down the pike could jolt the entire nation upright in their seats, tuned in to the same channel at the same time…and it looks like Senate Republicans are about to make it.

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The Senate Intelligence Committee has requested that WikiLeaks founder and editor-in-chief Julian Assange provide testimony in relation to its investigation into Russian election meddling during the 2016 presidential race, according to a letter published Wednesday by the self-described “not-for-profit” media organization.

The letter, purportedly signed by Sens. Mark Warner (D-VA) and Richard Burr (R-NC) on August 1, was delivered to Assange at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where the Australian native has been holed up after seeking refuge from criminal charges six years ago.

“As you are aware, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence is conducting a bipartisan inquiry into Russia interference in the 2016 U.S. election,” the letter reads. “As part of that inquiry, the Committee requests that you make yourself available for a closed door interview with bipartisan Committee staff at a mutually agreeable time and location”:

WikiLeaks tweeted that Assange’s lawyers are “considering the offer but testimony must conform to a high ethical standard,” WikiLeaks wrote on Twitter.

Should Assange find himself under oath in Washington D.C., there are a number of ways in which that conversation could go.  A great many of those paths will lead to unrest in America, given just what depth of depravity that Assange has witnessed in the dark crevices of the Deep State swamp.

If Assange accepts, I’ll pop the popcorn.


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