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Megan McCain refrains from protecting Pamela Anderson on Assange: "I wouldn't be a cyberterror"



Megan McCain snapped some audience members who took the side of actress Pamela Anderson during a tense exchange of "The View" over WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

Former Bayath star became close to Assange, arrested earlier this year after being expelled from the Ecuadorian embassy in the UK, and McCain forced Anderson over her relationship with a "hacktivist" accused of spying on the spy law in USA.

"He knows everything," said Anderson. "He's not stupid. He really is – he's an interesting person. He has apparently scattered the feathers of some very powerful people and powerful people want to keep him quiet. "

McCain started Anderson and asked him why she would support Assange.

"He was expelled from Ecuador by the embassy because it defects everywhere and creates confusion," McCain says.

Anderson denied those claims, which she called a "smear campaign," but McCain said Assange's actions were were caught on video

"What would you do if you were locked in a room for six years? "He hacked information, his leaks included classified documents that put our national security, our military and the lives of spies and diplomats at risk."

Anderson flipped McCain's argument upside down.

"You know who put our national security at risk is the military," Anderson said. "How many people (killed) the US government killed innocently and how many killed WikiLeaks?"

McCain was captured by security and some members of the audience applauded.

"So you think the military puts the government at risk? "McCain said.

The military has put many American lives at risk," Anderson says.

One man who had backed his support for Anderson after the applause began to die and McCain looked at him. [1

9659002] "Oh, calm down, sir," McCain said.


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