Killing a journalist in an embassy in Istanbul? Not ok. Kidnapping a journalist from an embassy in London? Tots cool.
If you're gonna troll, at least get your fact straight:
1. Khashoggi's killing happened in a Saudi consulate (i.e. a Saudi citizen going to what is considered Turkish soil ceded to Saudi Arabia). Turks didn't storm the embassy to get Khashoggi out, nor did the Saudis or Turks storm a different country's embassy/consulate to kidnap/kill him. The story here is that the Saudi consulate must abide by Turkish law (which it failed to do), and killed a man abroad. The story would not have been any less significant had Khashoggi been flown to Saudi Arabia and killed there, but their spat with Turkey would have been mitigated.
2. Assange was in Ecuador's embassy in the UK, whose government withdrew the asylum status and whose ambassador invited UK police to arrest him. Had the UK entered without the Ecuadorian government's permission, you'd have a point (that's a breach of international law). That is not what happened here.
3. Equating Assange with Khashoggi is like equating Trump with JK Rowling or JRR Tolkien.
4. Since when do conservatives suddenly have an admiration of Wikileaks and Assange in particular? Is Chelsea Manning their new heroine as well (she was one of those who provided cables to Wikileaks, yet all I remember hearing was "treason"). Wikileaks is a double-edged sword. Can't wait to see if prior to 2020 they release dirt on Trump.