RFK Jr. Applauds Assange Plea Deal and Advocates for Statue in Washington DC as a ‘Civics Lesson’

RFK Jr. Applauds Assange Plea Deal and Advocates for Statue in Washington DC as a ‘Civics Lesson’

In a recent interview on “Piers Morgan Uncensored,” Robert F. Kennedy Jr. expressed his support for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who had recently been released from prison. Kennedy not only praised Assange’s efforts in bringing transparency to government, but also called for a statue to be erected in his image in Washington D.C. as a symbol of free speech and democracy.

Kennedy, who has long advocated for Assange and NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden to be pardoned, believes that they should be seen as models for the country. He emphasized the importance of a transparent government, stating that Assange’s actions have helped to uphold the principles of democracy by exposing government actions and increasing transparency.

In his interview with Piers Morgan, Kennedy argued that a monument to Assange and Snowden in the nation’s capital would serve as a civics lesson to the American public about the value of free speech and government accountability. He warned that the government will always try to expand its power by limiting transparency, making the role of whistleblowers like Assange and Snowden crucial to preserving democracy.

Kennedy’s bold stance on Assange and Snowden is a reminder of the ongoing debate surrounding government transparency and the role of whistleblowers in society. As the push for their pardon continues, the call for a monument in their honor serves as a powerful symbol of the fight for freedom of speech and government accountability.

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