— John Schindler (@20committee) October 18, 2016
Only question now is whether he immediately flips on Barron, or if there's a 400-pound intermediary they need to get to first. https://t.co/cYOAGWss81
— (((tedfrank))) (@tedfrank) October 18, 2016
It’s natural human decency to offer the spare room to a bare acquaintance escaping (he tells you) a dangerous stalker, but after months of bearing with his deficiencies as a house guest — not to mention the extremely noisy and often unsavory ‘friends’ he invites over without so much as a by-your-leave — one might grow tired of the disruptions…
WikiLeaks says the "state" that severed Assange's internet link was Ecuador, his host at its London embassy. https://t.co/uZq7xTzp6z
— Damian Paletta (@damianpaletta) October 17, 2016
BREAKING: Ecuador admits it cut off Assange's internet due to his use of it to interfere in the U.S. election. pic.twitter.com/VNJ6sdHhHj
— Eric Geller (@ericgeller) October 18, 2016
There were other rumors, but Buzzfeed has a good report debunking the most lurid.
The kerfuffle gave the social-media snarkers a happy interlude, though…
this has a "mom and dad won't pay my cell phone bill" quality to ithttps://t.co/LPVI7Jz8lc
— Alex Burns (@alexburnsNYT) October 17, 2016
I wonder if Assange can get a different state actor to unplug his router, wait 30 seconds, then plug it back in.
— Dana Houle (@DanaHoule) October 17, 2016