This is what happens when you fight to liberate the American people from the deep state apparatchiks who run our government.
CNN cameras were at the raid of Roger Stone…so FBI obviously tipped off CNN…even if you don’t like Stone, it is curious why Mueller’s office tipped off CNN instead of trying to quietly arrest Stone;quiet arrests are more likely to be safe to the FBI and the person arrested
— Greta Van Susteren (@greta) January 25, 2019
Greatest Witch Hunt in the History of our Country! NO COLLUSION! Border Coyotes, Drug Dealers and Human Traffickers are treated better. Who alerted CNN to be there?
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 25, 2019
CNN insists they just showed up at Stone’s home at 5:00 AM because they had a hunch.
“FBI. Open the door.”
Watch exclusive CNN footage of the FBI arresting longtime Trump associate Roger Stone. Stone has been indicted by a grand jury on charges brought by special counsel Robert Mueller. https://t.co/5QHKDB2mfA pic.twitter.com/yDftp0fr65
— CNN (@CNN) January 25, 2019
Roger Stone spoke out on the Alex Jones Show after the FBI’s terroristic pre-dawn SWAT raid on his home:
Roger Stone claims his wife and dogs were “terrorised” by pre-dawn raid. Says he will fight to defend his name and will not flip on President Trump.
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) January 25, 2019
The case, like every other, is for an alleged process crime, i.e. a crime which was manufactured in the process of the deep state’s witch hunt.
Journalist angry Mueller didn't indict Roger Stone for doing… what journalists do every day (but which Roger Stone didn't do). As usual, every Mueller action results in 12 hours of mindless Twitter hysteria before people start thinking about what it does – & doesn't – mean: https://t.co/EdP6yYjh4C
— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) January 25, 2019
The Stone indictment is yet another from Mueller alleging people lied about or otherwise obstructed the post-election investigation, but does not assert any underlying crimes committed by Americans (for conspiring with Russians or anything else) regarding the election itself.
— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) January 25, 2019
The special counsel’s indictment of Roger Stone contains no allegation of a conspiracy to collude with Russia or to steal emails from Democrats, and appears to undercut some of the logic behind Democrats’ collusion narrative.
Stone, a longtime confidant of President Donald Trump, was indicted Friday on seven counts: five counts of lying to Congress, one count of witness tampering and one count of obstruction of a government proceeding.
Special counsel Robert Mueller accuses Stone, a longtime political operative, of lying to the House Intelligence Committee about his communication with Trump campaign officials and other associates regarding WikiLeaks, which released emails that were stolen from the Democratic National Committee and Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.
The question of why Stone may have lied to Congress looms large over the indictment. Stone’s critics are likely to accuse him of lying to protect Trump, his longtime friend. But the indictment, which was handed down under seal Thursday, cuts against the prevalent theory that the Trump campaign conspired directly with Russians to steal and release Democrats’ emails.
Stone, who was arrested Friday morning during an FBI raid on his residence in Florida, is not accused of conspiring with Russia or WikiLeaks to hack and release emails stolen from Democrats. The indictment also makes no allegation that Stone had contact with Russians or knew that Russia was behind the hacks of DNC and Podesta emails.
Mueller indicted 12 Russian intelligence officers on July 13, 2018 for hacking Democrats’ emails and using WikiLeaks to release the documents. Stone has disputed claims that Russia was behind the hacks.
Stone is also not accused of having contact with WikiLeaks or its founder Julian Assange or of lying to Congress in his Sept. 26, 2017 testimony when he denied having any such contact. After being arraigned in federal court in Florida, Stone proclaimed his innocence and said he has been “falsely accused” of lying to Congress. He denied colluding with Russia or WikiLeaks and said he will plead not guilty to the special counsel’s charges.
This is a straightforward political persecution on behalf of a criminal deep state seeking vengeance against every last person who helped Trump win.
— Jack Posobiec🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) January 25, 2019
As James Clapper showed in 2013, you’re allowed to lie to congress with impunity if you’re part of the ruling class working to destroy America.
Former Director of National Intelligence, James clapper, lied under oath about the NSA surveillance program. He faced no legal consequences and was instead rewarded with a job at @CNN.
Roger stone allegedly lied under oath and his home was raided by armed agents
Weird, right? pic.twitter.com/MZcjulekm3
— Far Left Watch (@FarLeftWatch) January 25, 2019
This is the biggest witch hunt in history.
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