Pamela Anderson To Kanye West: 'They're Trying to Kill Assange, Please Help'
Former Baywatch star turned activist tries to free Wikileaks founder
Pamela Anderson has reached out to Hip-Hop star Kanye West to help Wikileaks founder Julian Assange from being murdered by the Deep state.
Assange, who has currently caged up un the confines of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, cannot set foot outside for fears he will be instantly extradited to the US.
Former Baywatch star turned activist Anderson, pleaded with fellow celebrity Kanye West for help in bringing Assange to freedom.
Hi Kanye- Hope you are well 🙏 I was wondering about your thoughts on Julian Assange. I support him and I know you value Free Speech - Visibility is good for him especially in America. Where they are...
Kanye West has recently taken to Twitter with various attacks on political correct 'thought crimes' and the New World Order sparking massive outrage from the left.
West has been absent from Twitter for almost a tear for unknown reasons, but he has returned with interesting thoughts on the state of the world.
Kanye expresses support for a black activist and opposition to the Black Lives Matter movement, Candace Owens.
The Rapper Tweeted support for Candace Owens, a well-known critic of the George Soros funded black lives matter movement.
RT reports: Kanye has recently become something of a pariah with liberals in the US by breaking his long Twitter silence to voice strong support for US President Donald Trump.
The coming-out cost him millions of followers and triggered numerous op-eds about his “treachery.” Assange isn’t exactly popular with Trump’s opponent’s either, who think he colluded with Russian hackers in leaking Democrats’ pre-election emails.
In a short message to the Yeezus album hitmaker, Anderson accuses the US government of trying to torture and kill the WikiLeaks founder.
She also suggests that Kanye West become a “brave voice” and speak publicly about Assange’s work in “exposing governments.”
“Hi Kanye,” the letter opens. “Hope you are well. I was wondering about your thoughts on Julian Assange. I support him and I know you value free speech. Visibility is good for him in America where they are trying to put him away for life or worse for exposing corruption in governments. I think they are trying to kill him. It is torture.”
The correspondence continues:
“He’s been locked in a small room for almost 6 years in London at the Ecuadorian Embassy. And he now can have no visitors. No phone calls or internet. They are squeezing him. He is genius. A real world leader that young people love. So I want to seek more voices and share more about his fight. Public support could set him free.”
The US government has been coy about whether charges against Assange are being pursued in relation to leaked government documents, such as the Chelsea Manning files, which were published by his organization.
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions has said that arresting Assange is a “priority.”