Stalinist Show Trial of Roger Stone. Roger Stone's trial was a Stone-cold case of abuse of justice and due
process at a time when Americans are crying out for justice. Now, after his federal prison sentence was commuted by the
president, the feds are coming after him again. They never stop abusing justice to attack President Trump and his loyal
Republican allies, in their failed attempts to undo what they couldn't do at the ballot box in 2016 and now in 2020, as voter
enthusiasm mounts for our president. Roger Stone, senior campaign advisor to Presidents Nixon, Reagan and Trump, gave
us a taste of some "Stone Cold Truth" as keynote speaker at one of the past Lincoln Dinners of the Queens Village Republican
Club. It was his personal account of the political establishment's attempt to remove President Trump after he was
elected in 2016 in "the largest case of political espionage that makes Watergate look like small potatoes."
Clinton suggests Roger Stone blackmailed Trump into commuting his prison sentence. Former Secretary of State
Hillary Clinton suggested Monday night that President Donald Trump commuted Roger Stone's prison sentence to prevent his
former adviser from revealing what happened during the 2016 election. Stone blackmailed the president, forcing Trump
into commuting the longtime GOP operative's sentence or risk having his former confidante turn on him, Clinton told MSNBC's
Joy Reid Monday night [7/20/2020]. "Well, I think it's pretty clear that Stone threatened him," Clinton said. "He
probably threatened him privately, but he also threatened him publicly about what he would say if he had to go to prison, and
this is a continuation of the cover-up."
prosecutor Andrew Weissmann calls for Roger Stone 're-do', wants him marched before a grand jury. Andrew
Weissmann, a top prosecutor on special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe, is seeking a re-do of sorts in the
investigation, saying in an op-ed Tuesday that Roger Stone should be hauled before a grand jury to answer questions about his
interactions with President Donald Trump in 2016. Writing in The New York Times, Weissmann also pushed a false claim
about the criminal charges against Stone, whose prison sentence Trump commuted on Friday. Weissmann, who is currently
an MSNBC analyst, asserted that Stone was convicted on charges of "lying to Congress about the coordination between the Trump
2016 campaign, Mr. Stone, WikiLeaks and Russia." Stone was convicted on five counts of making false statements to
Congress, an obstruction charge and a witness tampering charge, none of which involved allegations of coordination between
the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks, or anything to do with Russia.
Owner Behind "Roger Stone Did Nothing Wrong" Shirt Banned From Facebook. Bobby Pickles, the owner of Fat Enzo,,
a custom cap and t-shirt sweatshop based in West Palm Beach, is the latest person to be erased from social media for
advocating for a commutation or pardon of Trump advisor Roger Stone. Pickles, the man behind the infamous ROGER STONE
DID NOTHING WRONG brand, also creates promotional items for South Florida congressional candidate Laura Loomer. Pickles
has hosted both Stone and Loomer on his podcast in the past year in addition to being their go-to vendor for caps and
t-shirts. Given no explanation why he was banned from both Facebook and Twitter, it appears that he was caught up in
the recent takedown of Stone and Loomer allies on social media that even claimed this GP reporter's personal Instagram page
and the Facebook page of Florida-based publication Central Florida Post. The takedown was done to stomp out
"inauthentic behavior" and "misinformation" days before Roger Stone was set to report to a Coronavirus infested prison.
Judge In Roger Stone Case Orders DOJ To Clarify Elements Of Trump's Commutation. On Monday [7/13/2020], the
federal court judge overseeing the case against former Republican campaign advisor, Roger Stone, ordered the Department of
Justice to provide details of President Donald Trump's decision to commute Stone's sentence — specifically, to
clarify whether the commutation applies to Stone's full sentence or whether it applies only to potential jail time.
U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson, the official who sentenced Stone to 40 months in prison followed by two years on
"supervised probation," issued the Monday order, requesting that the DOJ provide a full copy of the president's commutation
order to the U.S. District Court.
She's wasting everyone's time, as usual. After
Stone Commutation, Pelosi Planning Bill To Limit Presidential Pardons. After President Donald Trump commuted
the sentence of former adviser Roger Stone, Democrats went apoplectic. On Saturday [7/11/2020], House Speaker Nancy
Pelosi (D-CA) said she would support a bill that would limit a president's pardoning abilities. Stone had been
sentenced to three years in prison for witness tampering and lying to Congress. He was also arrested in an infamous
early morning bust with multiple armed police raiding the 67-year-old's home as CNN filmed. After commuting Stone's
sentence, the White House released a statement calling the former adviser "a victim of the Russia Hoax."
Spares Stone from Imprisonment, Sparking Howls from Amnesiac Democrats. [Scroll down] So, as abuses of
the pardon power go — and they do go — I can't get too whipped up over President Trump's
commutation of Roger Stone's 40-month sentence for non-violent criminal obstruction of a bogusly based and ridiculously
over-prosecuted investigation. Not under circumstances in which jail-house doors have been swung open all over the
country by federal, state, and local governments, which are using the coronavirus pandemic as a rationale to release both
hardened criminals and elderly convicts (i.e., those around Stone's age). [...] The check on abuses of the pardon power is
political. If you are offended by Trump's act of clemency on behalf of a longstanding ally of checkered character, go
ahead and vote him out of office. Just please spare us the righteous indignation if you'd be perfectly happy to have
the Clintons or the Obama-Biden team back in power making the clemency calls.
Granted Clemency to Terrorists and Traitors, But Democrats Are Angry About Roger Stone. Soon after it was
announced that President Trump had commuted the prison sentence of Roger Stone, the outrage mob mobilized. Nancy Pelosi
went on CNN to suggest that a law should be passed limiting the president's clemency powers. "There ought to be a law,
and I'm recommending we pass a law that presidents cannot issue a pardon if the crime that the person is in jail for is one
that is caused by protecting the president, which this was. It's appalling," she told CNN's Anderson Cooper. [...] But,
these same people who pounced on Trump's acts of clemency yawned and looked the other when Barack Obama commuted the sentence
of terrorists and traitors.
Rosenstein Steps Up To Assist Mueller Attack Trump Over Roger Stone Commutation. One of the biggest mistakes
many people have made in their evaluation of Rod Rosenstein is separating him from the Special Counsel investigation run by
Robert Mueller's team of resistance lawyers. The reality is Rosenstein was always a willing active participant and
co-dependent enabler. Support for this foundational understanding comes forward yesterday as the former Deputy Attorney
General showcases his support for an op-ed presumably written by Robert Mueller.
Democrats promise investigations, legislation after Trump commutes Roger Stone. House Democrats reacted
furiously to President Trump's Friday move to commute the prison sentence of political operative Roger Stone —
demanding an investigation and even legislation to stop similar commutations happening again. "President Trump's
decision to commute the sentence of top campaign advisor Roger Stone, who could directly implicate him in criminal
misconduct, is an act of staggering corruption," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said in a statement on Saturday.
She went on to promise that Congress would "take action" to prevent future such commutations: "Legislation is needed to
ensure that no President can pardon or commute the sentence of an individual who is engaged in a cover-up campaign to shield
that President from criminal prosecution."
this Roger Stone commutation is not as controversial as some think. Washington was sent into vapors of shock
and disgust with news of the commutation of Roger Stone. [...] Many presidents have found the power of pardons to be an
irresistible temptation when it involves family, friends, and political allies. I have maintained that Stone deserved
another trial but not a pardon. As Attorney General William Barr has said, this was a "righteous prosecution" and Stone
was correctly convicted and correctly sentenced to 40 months in prison. President Trump did not give his confidant a
pardon but rather a commutation, so Stone is still a convicted felon. However, Trump should have left this decision to
his attorney general. In addition to Stone being a friend and political ally, Trump was implicated in those allegations
against Stone. While there was never any evidence linking Trump to the leaking of hacked emails, he has an obvious
conflict of interest in the case.
howling over Roger Stone's commuted sentence should remember the Obama years. The media, other Democrats, and
some Republicans like Mitt Romney are feigning outrage that Trump commuted the sentence on Roger Stone. They aren't
outraged at all that the whole Russian collusion scam that entrapped Stone, Flynn, and others was a pure hoax. They
aren't outraged that the Obama administration used massive amounts of government personnel and taxpayer money to illegally
spy on Trump and his allies in order to destroy Trump and elect Hillary. They aren't outraged that Holder, Comey,
McCabe, Lynch, Lerner, Rice, Clapper, Brennan, and others committed perjury and got off without being charged. They
weren't outraged that Hillary, her aides, and many others committed major crimes, destroyed records, and obstructed justice
and got off scot-free. They weren't outraged that Biden, Power, and many others illegally unmasked people and
information of people surrounding Trump. But they are outraged that Trump commuted Stone's sentence.
Pelosi Wants to Pervert the Constitution, Now Nadler Thinks He Can Investigate Trump for Exercising Constitutional
Power. House Democrats are livid that President Donald Trump dared to commute the sentence for
Roger Stone on Friday [7/10/2020]. As we reported earlier, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said that she would try to take
action on legislation to make sure that no President can pardon anyone "if the crime that the person is in jail for is one
that is caused by protecting the President, which this was." This of course is a ridiculous response since there was no
underlying "crime," there was never any Russia collusion, as the White House pointed out. [...] It's also the president's
Constitutional right to pardon and Pelosi isn't going to get a Constitutional amendment passed. That really isn't going
to go anywhere. So now House Judiciary Chair Jerry Nadler (D-NY) is trying to go back to their most common
move — start yet another investigation to try to get Trump. Nadler promised to launch an "aggressive
investigation" into the commutation.
commutes former political adviser Roger Stone's 40-month prison sentence. President Trump on Friday [7/10/2020]
commuted the prison sentence of former political adviser Roger Stone, days before he was to report to a federal prison for a
40-month term. "Roger Stone is a victim of the Russia Hoax that the Left and its allies in the media perpetuated for
years in an attempt to undermine the Trump Presidency. There was never any collusion between the Trump Campaign, or the
Trump Administration, with Russia," said White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany. Earlier this year, Stone was
sentenced to prison after being found guilty on five counts of lying to Congress, one count of witness tampering, and one
count of obstructing a congressional committee proceeding, all related to special counsel Robert Mueller's federal probe into
whether the 2016 Trump campaign colluded with Russia to influence the outcome of the election.
for Roger Stone. On Friday, July 10th, President Trump commuted Roger Stone's prison sentence. The
clemency order, not to be confused with a pardon, allows Stone to fight in the appeals court to clear his name against what
many consider a legal railroading. Friends of Stone claim that Trump had offered a pardon only to be rebuffed by Stone
who asked for clemency to remain out of jail as he fights through the appeals court. The decision to grant clemency
came after a series of revelations which proved that Mueller's team of prosecutors had tampered with evidence, manufactured
statements, and buried exonerating evidence in their case against General Flynn, prompting the Justice Department to drop the
case out of embarrassment.
commutes Roger Stone's sentence. President Trump on Friday [7/10/2020] commuted the prison sentence of longtime
confidant Roger Stone after the former campaign adviser was sentenced to three years and four months in prison in connection
with former special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. The decision capped a months-long saga that has
roiled the Justice Department and divided some of the president's advisers. Stone was set to report to prison July 14,
but his allies had lobbied for a pardon or a commutation, citing his risk of contracting coronavirus while in jail. The
move Friday did not come as a particular surprise, as Trump had at various points in recent months signaled he was leaning
toward intervening in Stone's case. Trump told reporters he was considering a commutation or pardon for Stone as the
date he was scheduled to report to prison loomed.
Stone says Trump may have 'saved his life' by commuting his sentence. Roger Stone on Friday [7/10/2020] said
President Trump 'saved my life' by commuting his sentence just days before he was scheduled to enter a federal prison.
Stone celebrated his newfound freedom on Friday with a crowd of supporters and well-wishers outside his Fort Lauderdale home.
'The president has saved my life, and he's given me the opportunity to fight for vindication,' Stone said.
campaign: Trump abused authority by commuting Roger Stone's sentence. Joe Biden's campaign weighed in
Friday night on President Trump's decision to commute Roger Stone's 40-month prison sentence, claiming it was an abuse of
presidential authority that weakened the country. "President Trump has once again abused his power, releasing this
commutation on a Friday night, hoping to yet again avoid scrutiny as he lays waste to the norms and the values that make our
country a shining beacon to the rest of the world," Biden spokesman Bill Russo said. Russo added, "He will not be
shamed. He will only be stopped when Americans make their voice heard at the ballot box this fall. Enough."
Stone says legal team will respond to 'baffling' DOJ opposition against prison term delay. Roger Stone's legal
team will soon respond to federal prosecutors, asking an appeals court on Thursday [7/9/2020] to decline his request for a
postponement of his prison sentence in September. The longtime Republican operative and ally of President Trump shared
his plans in a statement with the Washington Examiner. "There is no reasonable explanation for the government
change of position. Perhaps this is more of the 'Special Treatment' Democrats say I am getting. In their response
to our appeal, they are attempting to rewrite the facts and in fact their response is rife with inaccuracies. This will
be reflected and documented in our response which will be filed shortly," Stone told the Washington Examiner in a text message.
Roger Stone: The
Corruption of Justice Part Two. [Scroll down] In other words, as Roger Stone gets ready to do prison
time, it is crystal clear he was prosecuted and convicted in a system that has become seriously infected with lynch-mob style
politics, a system that is filled with both prosecutors, jury members, FBI and Department of Justice personnel whose sole
objective is not justice but political retribution against any and everybody in any serious position of support for a
candidate and now-president they despise. In reality, Roger Stone is one more symbol of a federal government apparatus
that views itself not as the servants of the American people who implement — but do not make —
policy. Rather they see themselves as the leading wedge of the so-called "resistance" — a resistance not
just to the President but to the millions of Americans who elected him president.
Roger Stone Case Was Engineered to Produce the Likelihood of a Longer Sentence for a Friend of President Trump.
In Part One of this story I covered the question of "Who Were Those Guys" with regard to the four man Roger Stone "trial
team" that emerged from the wreckage of the Special Counsel's Office, needing assistance from the DC US Attorney's Office
Fraud and Public Corruption Section. I'm going to refer to them here as "Zelinsky & Company[.]" With 22+ years of
experience doing the same job in my rear-view mirror, another 7+ years as a defense attorney exclusively in federal court,
and hundreds more sentencing statements under my belt than any of the four members of the Zelinsky & Company —
maybe more than all four of them combined — I'm saying to them "Your work showed your inexperience" when it comes
to how they handled the sentencing phase of the Stone case. Again — as I mentioned in Part One —
this story is not about Roger Stone being innocent. This story is about the decisions and choices made by Zelinsky &
Company, and what it said about the motives behind the prosecution of Stone, and the motives of the Special Counsel's Office
(SCO) as a group.
filed against DOJ whistleblower Zelinsky alleging misconduct in Stone prosecution. The National Legal and
Policy Center, in conjunction with Andrew Miller, a former aide to Roger Stone, filed a complaint against one of Stone's
prosecutors who worked with Special Counsel Robert Mueller on the case against Stone. Miller and the NLPC are alleging
that prosecutor Aaron Zelinsky engaged in ethical misconduct pertaining to the use of a grand jury in the case against
Stone. The 17-page complaint accuses Zelinsky of misleading the court in 2019, in addition to switching grand juries
without informing Miller, who was testifying, his attorney or the court.
Delay in Roger Stone Reporting to Prison. A federal judge has granted long-time Republican campaign consultant
Roger Stone an extra two weeks before having to report to prison for his conviction in special council Robert Mueller's probe
into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Judge Amy Berman Jackson granted extension to Stone, a
Florida resident who originally was to report to begin serving his three-year, four-month sentence in April but was delayed
due to concerns over the novel coronavirus outbreak, TheHill.com reported.
Stone Provides Exclusive Pictures of the FBI's Raid at His House. This was the most disgusting event in US law
enforcement history — Roger Stone being ambushed at 6am at his house in Florida by twenty-something FBI agents and
CNN for total garbage crimes related to Russia collusion which didn't exist (and the investigators and prosecutors knew it).
This occurred in America to an innocent civilian — Roger Stone. This is Obama's America! Roger Stone provided
the Gateway Pundit exclusive pictures from his arrest at his home in Florida in the early morning of January 25, 2019.
Now That I'm Ungagged, I'd Like To Say A Few Things About My Prosecution. With Attorney General William Barr
now firmly in charge at the Justice Department, the steady unraveling of the coup plot against President Donald J. Trump by
the Obama-Clinton junta raises the real possibility that a number of its culprits will face prosecution. The pushback
from Democrats and their allies is the false claim that Attorney General Barr "interfered" in the sentencing recommendations
of the "non-political career line prosecutors" in my case as well as recommending the dismissal of the thoroughly corrupted
case against Gen. Michael Flynn. Now that I am ungagged, I can outline why this charge against the Attorney
General is entirely false.
Stone Announces He'll Report to Prison June 30. Republican political operative Roger Stone announced he'll be
reporting to prison to serve a 40-month sentence on June 30, noting the term could be a "death sentence." The embattled
politico and close confidant of President Donald Trump announced the date via Instagram, adding he'll be bypassing a new
COVID-19 quarantine process.
Stone Takes On The Clinton Henchmen Who Prosecuted Him. Roger Stone is revealing new details from the
politically motivated Robert Mueller investigation that snared him on process charges as America grapples with the reality
that an out-of-control Democrat Deep State loyal to Bill and Hillary Clinton targeted Stone, General Michael Flynn and
numerous other Trump insiders and American patriots. "Every American has the right to an impartial prosecutor.
But because I wrote the best-selling book "The Clintons' War on Women" exposing the serial sexual assaults by Bill Clinton
and Hillary's role in intimidating and bullying Bill's victims into silence, I was targeted by Hillary Clinton's personal hit
squad inside the Mueller Witch hunt," Roger Stone exclusively told NATIONAL FILE.
Doesn't Have A Justice System Anymore. [Scroll down] And this sorry state of affairs is all the FBI's
fault. Every bit of it. At one time it was the pride of American law enforcement, a symbol of integrity, honesty
and incredible courage under fire. But now when we think of the FBI in "action," we think of a couple dozen special
agents decked out in full Delta Farce chic dragging an elderly gadfly out of bed in his PJs after making sure to tip-off CNN
that this high-risk op was about to go down. Way to go, guys.
Roger Stone to appeal prison sentence, judge's denial of new
trial. Roger Stone's lawyers told a court on Thursday that they intend to appeal the right-wing political
operative's 40-month prison sentence and a judge's decision to deny him a new trial. Stone was convicted in November
following a jury trial on charges of lying to Congress and witness tampering in a case that stemmed from his efforts to serve
as a back channel between President Trump's 2016 campaign and WikiLeaks. After the verdict was pronounced, his lawyers
alleged that one of the jurors was biased against Stone because of political beliefs she had voiced on social media.
They argued that her bias had prejudiced the jury and was grounds for granting Stone a new trial.
Stone releases statement after DoJ [is] forced to release search warrants. Roger Stone, a long-time supporter
and one-time adviser to President Donald Trump, issued a statement late Tuesday following the Justice Department's release of
dozens of search warrants used to prosecute his case. Stone, 67, was sentenced to three years in federal prison in
November after being convicted of seven counts, including witness tampering and lying to Congress. He has maintained
his innocence throughout, framing the case against him as politically motivated. He became the sixth and last
Trump-associated figure to be targeted by former special counsel Robert Mueller, many of whose prosecutors were found to be
Democrat Party donors and supporters of Trump's 2016 rival, Hillary Clinton. Shortly after Stone's conviction,
President Trump hinted in a tweet that the Justice Department has plenty of other people to prosecute for 'lying' to Congress
and to FBI investigators.
releases dozens of Roger Stone search warrants. The Justice Department released 33 search warrants stemming
from the investigation of now-convicted Donald Trump associate Roger Stone, showing the searches began in the fall of 2017
and focused on Stone's alleged outreach to WikiLeaks and Russia-linked accounts. The records provide a new glimpse into
the steps being taken by investigators in the case that began with the 2017 testimony by the self-described "dirty trickster"
before the House Intelligence Committee, which was later roped into special counsel Robert Mueller's Trump-Russia
investigation. Mueller did not uncover any criminal conspiracy between the Kremlin and the Trump campaign, or any U.S.
docs show extensive efforts to surveil Stone, but no evidence of collusion. FBI affidavits released Tuesday
show the extent of the bureau's far-ranging surveillance of former Donald Trump confidant Roger Stone — and
confirm that while Stone spoke to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, there was no evidence that he conspired to hack or
release top Democrats' private emails ahead of the 2016 presidential election. At the same time, the dozens of
documents — including FBI affidavits submitted to obtain search warrants in the criminal investigation into
Stone — highlighted Stone's hard-charging tactics as he sought to obtain information relevant to Trump. The
documents were released following a court case brought by The Associated Press and other media organizations.
Stone Denied New Trial, Deranged Judge Amy Berman Jackson Ignores Tainted Jury Forewoman. In a nearly 120 page
ruling, corrupt Obama-appointed Judge Amy Berman Jackson has denied Trump confidant and advisor Roger Stone a new trial based
on the revelations that jury forewoman Tomeka Hart posted countless times on social media attacking both Roger Stone and
President Donald Trump. Judge Amy Berman Jackson, who has spent the better part of a year soiling the bench with
tirades that resemble that of a feminazi TV host like Rachel Maddow, claimed that Stone failed to prove that forewoman Tomeka
Hart lied on her jury questionaire or that she violated the judges orders by continuing to post about the trial while it was
in progress. Hart's original Facebook account was deleted to presumably hide even more damning evidence of her hatred
for President Trump and Roger Stone, while another one was opened shortly after. The judge refused to require Facebook
to provide the content of the original account.
Four Prosecutors in Roger Stone Case Are Far Left Agents with Impressive Liberal Credentials. On February 11th
all four DOJ prosecutors in the Roger Stone case abruptly resigned after the Department of Justice backed down from their outrageous
and excessive sentencing recommendations for Roger Stone after he was caught lying to Congress in a process crime. Roger Stone,
a Republican and Trump confidante, is 67 and has NO criminal record. Democrats and Amy Berman Jackson want him to die in
prison. So who exactly are these so-called "career line prosecutors" as the fake news media keeps calling them in the Roger
Stone case? Everyone of them has a direct tie to Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama and they are all political operatives.
Highlights of the
News. ITEM 10: Politico reported, "A federal judge swung back at Donald Trump on Tuesday [2/25/2020] over his heated
criticism of the Roger Stone case, warning that the president's commentary about his longtime associate's conviction had helped fuel
threats to the jury. "[Obama] Judge Amy Berman Jackson cited Trump's public comments and Twitter posts, as well as an accompanying
campaign from the president's conservative media allies to identify and critique the jury, as one of the reasons for her decision to
clamp down on public access to a hearing on Stone's request for a new trial." Liar. The Obama judge is lying.
With the exception of the Democrat congressional candidate who outed herself as the jury forewoman, no one knows who they are.
They always say death threats when caught doing something crooked. Witness Adam Schiff saying the whistle blower's life was
threatened, even as Schiff claimed to not know who the whistle blower is. A formal complaint about the judge's partisan hackery
could lead to her removal from an office she does not deserve.
Rips Tucker Carlson. During a closed Tuesday [2/25/2020] hearing on Roger Stone's request for a new trial,
U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson called out Fox News's Tucker Carlson, stating, "Any attempts to invade the privacy of
the jurors or to harass or intimidate them is completely antithetical to our system of justice." Jackson is referring to
Carlson's attacks of Tomeka Hart, who served as the foreperson on the jury that convicted Stone. Carlson broadcasted
her Twitter account details, which included her home city, in an effort to label her as an "anti-Trump zealot" who "lied
about who she was." Carlson specifically referenced a tweet Hart posted in 2017, in which she called Donald Trump the
'#KlanPresident," later arguing, "This is not a neutral person. This is not someone capable of judging this trial fairly."
Stone deserves a new trial. With his sentencing this week, "agent provocateur" Roger Stone finally provoked
himself into prison. However, his latest "performance art" may be nowhere near its conclusion. That is not
because he has a "very good chance of exoneration," as President Trump himself predicted. Stone has about the same
chance of exoneration as he does of canonization. Rather, it is not clear that Stone received a fair trial due to
alleged juror bias or, even if his trial is now finished, whether it will become undone by a presidential pardon. If
nothing else, one thing should be clear. Stone holds a far greater claim to a new trial than to a presidential pardon.
has criminalized speech and thought with Flynn, Stone, and Avanatti. Roger Stone was an unsavory political
strategist who was involved with Wikileaks and other shadowy characters in uncovering emails and evidence damaging to Hillary
Clinton's campaign. His arrest was accomplished with a pre-dawn raid on his family home by 29 heavily armed FBI
agents. Like [Michael] Flynn, he was never charged him with any crimes for which he was investigated but was charged
instead with lying to the investigators. And for "witness tampering" for his discussions with other people that were
interviewed in the investigations. The judge — an Obama appointee — didn't like some of his
political statements outside the courtroom, and imposed a gag order on him. He was convicted by a jury whose forewoman
was a Democratic activist that had tweeted her bias in advance of, during and after the trial. The Justice Department
prosecutors sought a 7 to 9-year jail term. The Attorney General overruled them. Even the Obama-appointed
judge thought that was "excessive" and instead sentenced him to less than half that.
Sentencing Ends Russia Collusion, Part I. [Roger] Stone was sentenced to 40 months' imprisonment. This
was smack in the middle of the federal sentencing guidelines' range — 37 to 46 months — that Attorney
General Bill Barr's Justice Department argued would be a reasonable term. The AG's position was a second-guess of the
Stone trial's prosecutors. That team, dominated by Mueller fabulists who portrayed the Stone case as Watergate
revisited, had recommended something closer to a nine-year sentence. The severity of the trial team's recommendation
was objectively absurd. It was, more to the point, merely a recommendation — as was Barr's milder but still
stiff counter. It had no legally binding effect whatsoever on the judge. In federal law, as interpreted by the
Supreme Court, the judge decides the sentence. Not only is the sentencing court free to ignore any recommendation from
prosecutors, which judges do with frequency; the court is free to ignore the guidelines [...]
Stone Is The Hoax's Latest Victim. There's something lousy about putting a man in prison for how he answered
questions in an investigation that was itself a ruse. Roger Stone is going to jail for three years because he got
caught in a perjury trap during the Russia probe. Attorney General Bill Barr, though, has appointed U.S. Attorney John
Durham to investigate whether the Russia probe was a political operation disguised as law enforcement. Stone's
conviction and that inquiry are irreconcilable. The theory of the Stone case, the trial, and its aftermath certainly
make it look like the prosecution was a political hit.
Moves To Remove Jackson From Case. Roger Stone's defense team moved to force the recusal of Judge Amy Berman
Jackson from the case for bias. These motions have a very low success rate and this particular motion likely has an
even lower likelihood of success. Jackson is a respected and experience judge. I actually was taken aback by a
couple of her comments about the case but courts of appeal are extremely reluctant to force such recusals. Moreover,
the main thrust of the motion is a statement about the jury which would be viewed as virtually standardized language for
courts. Update: the Defense motion is available below. The Stone team seems particularly aggrieved that Jackson
said that the jury in the case had "served with integrity." There is a pending motion for a new trial based on the alleged
bias of the foreperson of the jury and the defense feels that the comment prejudges the merits of that motion.
Whither Roger Stone? Consider,
for example, the daunting and miserable prospects faced by defense counsel in the trial of United States v. Roger
Stone. That case was tried in the District of Columbia, where, in terms of the jury pool's demographics, Stone was at
a distinct disadvantage. In 2016, Hillary Clinton won 90 percent of the D.C. vote compared to Donald Trump's
4 percent. The major industry is the federal government, whose employees are overwhelmingly Democrat, as evidenced,
for instance, by reports that Justice Department personnel contributed to Clinton's campaign by a margin of 20 to 1.
As for the remainder of the D.C. population, it is fair to say that most are in one way or another associated with or dependent
upon the federal leviathan for their livelihoods. And that was the major problem facing Stone's lawyers. Their client
was a well-known Republican political operative and associate of a despised president who has pledged to dismantle the hometown's
Trump says he Won't pardon dirty trickster now because he believes he will get a cleared on a retrial. Donald
Trump on Thursday [2/20/2020] said he wasn't going to pardon Roger Stone for now and noted he thinks his long time adviser
will get cleared on a retrial. 'Roger has a very good chance of exoneration in my opinion,' the president said at Las
Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, where he delivered the commencement speech for the Hope for Prisoners graduating
class. He attacked the Stone issue head on as speculation swirled he would issue a pardon to his longtime adviser, who
was sentenced to 40 months in prison Thursday for lying to Congress. Stone was spared immediate incarceration while
U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson decides whether or not to grant his request for a retrial.
tale of two lies: Stone, McCabe and the danger of a double standard for justice. President Trump's
campaign adviser, Roger Stone, was arrested by an FBI SWAT team, tried and convicted for lying to Congress and messing with a
witness, and nearly had a book the size of a blue state thrown at him at sentencing. Meanwhile, Andrew McCabe, the
fired FBI deputy director who, while in his official capacity, lied under oath in violation of a federal statute, won't be
charged by the Department of Justice (DOJ) for any criminality. Go forth, Andrew, and make more money as a CNN
analyst. What seems confusing is really becoming quite plain to all of America: Those on one side of the
political aisle are feeling the heat of the justice system, while those on the other side are not.
Trump Made the Federal Courts Blink. After lying to Attorney General Barr about seeking a minimum sentence, the
prosecutors in the Roger Stone case (including two from the Mueller Crew) entered a harsh sentencing recommendation that he
serve a decade behind bars for lying to Congress. President Trump rightly criticized the prosecutors for their double
standard in persecuting one of his political allies while leaving Hillary, Huma, Brennan, Clapper, Comey, McCabe, and
countless others free to lie, destroy evidence, and obstruct investigations with impunity. The president lit into Judge
Amy Berman Jackson while Twitter-jousting by noting that she had not only presided over this political prosecution, gagging
Roger Stone in the process, but also allowed the malicious prosecution of the president's former campaign chairman, Paul
Manafort, denying him bail and leaving him in solitary confinement during his trial. Well, the Deep State collectively
fainted. The four lying prosecutors resigned (as if they had planned this theatric episode beforehand). The press
called President Trump a dictator. And the leadership of the 1,100-member Federal Judges Association called for an
"emergency meeting" that simply "could not wait."
Amy Berman Jackson Sentences Roger Stone to 3 Years, 4 Months in Prison, $20,000 Fine. Judge Amy Berman Jackson
sentenced Roger Stone to 3 years and 4 months in prison. [...] Roger Stone was also hit with a $20,000 fine. [...] Stone is
still under a gag order! And ordered to turn over his tax returns and other records. [...] Judge Jackson also gave 24 months
of supervised release per each count once the sentence is served. Roger Stone has a chance to appeal for a new trial.
Stone Sentenced To 3 Years For Lying To Congress, Trump Hints At Pardon. Former Trump associate Roger Stone has
become the latest person in President Donald Trump's orbit to be sentenced for lying to congress, something that has so far
not happened to any anti-Trump people who have lied to congress. Stone was sentenced to 40 months in prison on Thursday
[2/20/2020] for lying to congress and obstructing the FBI's investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia in 2016
to steal the election. Special Counsel Robert Mueller concluded there was no evidence that anyone on the Trump campaign
colluded with Russia, yet Stone was still charged with obstruction.
Free Roger Stone.
[Scroll down] Just untangling what the Stone case is about can be a mindbender. Stone publicly bragged about a
direct line to WikiLeaks, then downplayed or omitted in congressional interviews his contacts with radio host and political
activist Randy Credico after acknowledging he had been in touch with Jerome Corsi, a well-known conspiracy theorist. He
did not turn over to Congress these communications or a text to the Trump campaign that "the package" was coming. No
actual contacts with WikiLeaks were found, and there was nothing illegal about any of these communications, so concealing
them had no point. Stone then wrote some over-the-top texts to Credico with allusions to "The Godfather" and threatened
Credico's dog. Critically, Credico testified that he did not take these texts seriously based on his relationship with
Stone. So, the "victim" of this intimidation saw them as typical Stone hyperbole.
Democrat Left is cruel and sadistic. Dennis Prager, on his radio program last Friday [2/14/2020], observed that the
Left is truly sadistic and cruel. Leftists enjoy destroying those whose views they find unacceptable. Consider the
despicable and truly sadistic way they treated Brett Kavanaugh. They concocted a plan, brought in Blasey Ford to do the
deed, and went after the man with glee. The insidious group of thugs who targeted Michael Flynn were absolutely
sadistic as well. They fabricated the crimes he was charged with out of whole cloth. They needed to destroy the
man and nearly did. He lost his home, as did Roger Stone. D.C. is worse than a swamp; it devours those who
presume to buck its system of skullduggery in search of wealth and power. President Trump's victory in 2016 put them
all back on their heels.
is Not Blind in the Roger Stone Case. Judge Amy Berman Jackson presided over a hearing on Tuesday morning in
the Roger Stone case. Politico's Darren Samuelsohn attended and live-tweeted the hearing which was held in federal
court (by teleconference). [...] According to Samuelsohn, early in the hearing, Jackson asked lawyers on both sides "if there
was any legal requirement to postpone sentencing while she dealt with his new trial motion. Neither side said there was
an actual legal requirement." Despite Stone's motion for a new trial, Jackson announced she would proceed with sentencing in
the case which is scheduled for Thursday. She added that she would "defer execution of its terms pending the
outstanding questions about a new trial."
refuses to delay Stone sentencing. A federal judge on Tuesday refused to delay Roger Stone's sentencing amid
the fallout over the Trump administration's decision to intervene in the case against the president's longtime ally.
The sentencing will move forward on Thursday at its originally scheduled time, the judge said, despite a new effort from
Stone's defense team to get a new trial. "I think that delaying this sentence would not be a prudent thing to do under
all of the circumstances," U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson, an Obama appointee, said during a telephone
conference with the two sides.
Donald Trump Threatens To Sue 'Everyone' Over Mueller Investigation And Roger Stone Trial. President Donald
Trump threatened on Twitter Tuesday morning to sue "everyone" involved in Robert Mueller's special counsel Russia
investigation and the trial of former Trump adviser Roger Stone. "These were Mueller prosecutors, and the whole Mueller
investigation was illegally set up based on a phony and now fully discredited Fake Dossier, lying and forging documents to
the FISA Court, and many other things," Trump stated in relation to the former prosecutors in Stone's case. The four
prosecutors Trump referred to withdrew from Stone's case after Trump voiced displeasure over the reported 7 to 9 year
sentence the Justice Department originally sought for Stone.
Stone to be sentenced Thursday despite controversy, judge says. Roger Stone will still be sentenced Thursday
[2/20/2020], a federal judge said Tuesday, amid a tumultuous week that saw President Donald Trump suggest she is biased and
several prosecutors quit his case after Justice Department leadership rescinded their initial sentencing
recommendation. Judge Amy Berman Jackson will still give Stone time to make challenges in his case after he is
sentenced. That means that even if the judge sentences him to jail this week, he won't be detained right away.
Corrupt AG Eric Holder Encourages DOJ Officials to Rise Up and Snitch on Bill Barr. Obama's corrupt Attorney
General Eric Holder encouraged DOJ and FBI officials NOT to resign following Bill Barr's decision to intervene in Roger
Stone's sentencing. Four of Mueller's thug prosecutors resigned last week after Bill Barr refiled their abusive
sentencing memo recommending 67-year-old Roger Stone spend 7 to 9 years in prison. The Department of Justice last
week said it was "shocked" at the excessive prison term being sought by Mueller's prosecutors because it wasn't what the DOJ was
initially briefed on. "The Department was shocked to see the sentencing recommendation in the filing in the Stone case last
night," the official told Fox News. "The sentencing recommendation was not what had been briefed to the Department."
The Democrat-media complex is now attacking Barr and claiming the DOJ is in crisis.
refuses to delay Stone sentencing. A federal judge on Tuesday [2/18/2020] refused to delay Roger Stone's sentencing amid
the fallout over the Trump administration's decision to intervene in the case against the president's longtime ally. The
sentencing will move forward on Thursday at its originally scheduled time, the judge said, despite a new effort from
Stone's defense team to get a new trial. "I think that delaying this sentence would not be a prudent thing to do under
all of the circumstances," U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson, an Obama appointee, said during a telephone
conference with the two sides.
All Trump's Fault. The Justice Department seeks to put a non-violent, first-time offender away for the better
part of a decade for misleading Congress, which the president rightly thinks is a bit harsh. Suddenly, there is a
crisis of confidence in the justice system and outrage ensues. "How dare the president try to pervert justice?!?!" they
cried. Perhaps they would have preferred Donald Trump simply said prosecutors "acted stupidly," or if he's had an
elderly son he'd look like Roger Stone? For having the same thought, the Washington Post declared the Attorney General
to be the president's "wingman" rather than someone interested in actual justice. Not mentioned: when Barack Obama's AG
literally called himself the president's wingman. (Honestly, it's like these journalists didn't follow the news or history
didn't exist between 2009 and 2017.)
Stone case is about the left wanting to send political enemies to jail. We've chronicled pretty extensively on
this show how our leaders in Washington suddenly seem deeply sympathetic to people ensnared in our criminal justice
system. An awful lot of criminals are getting out of prison early these days or not going at all. This is
compassionate, they tell us, and it may be. Yet somehow, those same compassionate impulses don't seem to extend to
Roger Stone, one of President Trump's oldest advisers. Stone was convicted of lying during Special Counsel Robert
Mueller's Russia investigation. In the end, Mueller couldn't find collusion between the Trump 2016 election campaign
and Russia, but Justice Department prosecutors recommended to the sentencing judge that Stone should get seven to nine years
Whistleblower Binney Says There Was No Russian Hack, as Stone Prosecution Claims. Bill Binney, a 32 year
National Security Agency expert, has made a sworn declaration that Wiki-leaks did not receive stolen data from the Russian
government, intrinsic metadata shows that the data in question was put on a thumb drive and physically taken from the DNC.
National File received a copy of the three page sworn declaration made by leading intelligence community expert Binney for
Roger Stone, in which he makes a convincing case that neither Russia nor any other foreign country hacked the DNC emails
during the 2016 Presidential election. In the testimony, Binney, a 32-year National Security Agency expert, says that
Wiki-leaks did not receive stolen data from the Russian government. Rather, intrinsic metadata shows that the data in
questions was put on a thumb drive and physically taken from the DNC.
1261 in Roger Stone's case: Was justice undone? Juror 1261, we now know, was Tomeka Hart. Her
identity would have remained publicly unknown except for a public statement she made after the Department of Justice (DOJ)
rescinded its initial sentencing recommendation for Trump confidant Roger Stone. In the midst of the firestorm of
allegations of political interference, Hart disclosed that she was the foreperson on the Stone jury and gave a full-throated
defense of the trial prosecutors: "It pains me to see the DOJ now interfere with the hard work of the prosecutors."
That statement led many people to Google her name, and what they found was a litany of postings not only hostile to President
Trump and his administration but also specifically commenting on Stone and his arrest — before she ever appeared
for jury duty.
DC Law. [Scroll
down] Following the resignation of the prosecutors who were overruled, Tomeka Hart tweeted support for them and
independent journalist Mike Cernovich searched her Twitter feeds, which revealed contrary to her statements at voir dire that
she "didn't pay that close attention" to the probe and that Stone's connection to President Trump would "absolutely not"
color her views of him, she had regularly commented on the collusion probe, demonstrated extreme bias against Trump and his
supporters, all of whom she called racists, and immediately upon Stone's conviction tweeted hearts and fist bumps. [...]
There are demands that the judge who heard the case, Amy Berman Jackson (an Obama appointee whom many have contended
displayed bias in the Manafort and other matters), now release all the questionnaires of the entire jury panel. Stone
has filed a motion for a new trial (which Berman, who has a penchant for requiring secrecy in this proceeding) demanded be
filed under seal.( Berman not only forbade Stone from publicly speaking out during the trial, she even filed a sealed
contempt motion against a Gateway Pundit reporter for his work on the Stone jury selection process. He noted that the
judge and prosecutors laughed off defense objections of potential jurors with Democratic party connections while she agreed
with prosecutors to remove a potential juror who three decades earlier had a small role in the Reagan for President campaign.)
Stone demands a New trial after jury foreperson was revealed to be anti-Trump Democrat. Roger Stone demanded a
retrial late Friday in a dramatic new twist in his prosecution, after the jury foreperson was revealed to be an anti-Donald
Trump Democratic Congressional candidate who posted about Stone's arrest before his case. Stone filed a sealed motion
which the Department of Justice must respond to on Tuesday, two days before he was supposed to be sentenced. The
Washington Post reported that the motion was a request for a retrial, which is his second attempt at overcoming the outcome
of his trial.
Case Exposes the Arrogance of the Administrative State. With the latest news surrounding the Roger Stone case
and the press to send him to jail for nine years, we can apparently now add the Fourth and Sixth Amendments to the growing
list of our constitutional rights flying out the window. Stone's sentencing, the definition of cruel and unusual
punishment for a first-time offender on a process crime, is the latest episode in an ongoing series where liberal fanatics
use their power to punish political opponents, the rule of law [notwithstanding].
Stone Juror Could Serve Jail Time if it's Determined She Lied About Bias, Napolitano Says. Andrew Napolitano,
who is hardly a cheerleader for Team Trump, told Tucker Carlson Thursday evening that Tomeka Hart, the woman who served as
foreperson on the jury during Roger Stone's trial, could face jail time if it's determined she lied about her bias when she
was selected to serve on the jury. Stone was convicted of seven counts of making false statements, witness tampering
and obstruction, but Hart, a former Democratic congressional candidate, is rabidly anti-Trump and had no business being on
the jury, let alone foreperson.
The Villains Aren't the Victims. The recent resignations of four Department of Justice prosecutors, because
their wholly disproportionate, excessive, and — yes — political sentencing recommendation of seven to
nine years in prison for nonviolent offender Roger Stone was countermanded by their superiors in the department, is a case in
point. While Stone was convicted of process crimes of making false statements and witness tampering (unrelated to any
actual underlying crime), make no mistake, this near miscarriage of justice by some of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's
"dream teamers" wasn't blind: the initial seven-to-nine year sentencing recommendation was precisely because of
Roger Stone's status as a confidant to President Trump.
Controversy Erupts Over Undisclosed Alleged Bias Of Foreperson In Stone Trial. There is an interesting new
controversy developing around the trial of Roger Stone. This one does not focus on the sentencing of Stone but his
trial. New information has emerged that the foreperson of the trial has a long history of highly critical postings
against President Donald Trump and his administration. Former Memphis City Schools Board President Tomeka Hart recently
went public with her support of the prosecutors who resigned from the case. However, there are now questions of why
Hart was allowed on the jury, let alone made the foreperson given her highly critical view of Trump and his associates before
being called for jury service. Not only has Hart called Trump supporters like Stone racists but she celebrated a
protest that projected profanities on the Trump hotel with the words "Gotta Love It."
Is No Roger Stone Firestorm. There's Just Angry Democrats. The Story: The Department of Justice
suggested, via a sentencing memo, that colorful character and former President Donald Trump political adviser Roger Stone
receive seven to nine years in jail for lying to Congress. [...] The Reality: The DOJ wanted seven to nine years for
Stone for lying to Congress. Rational people know that sentence is insane. Trump said so. The DOJ rejected
the memo and reduced the sentence. Also reality: Democrats are screaming about this because they lost the
impeachment battle, and need another way to attack Trump in an election year. Also, also reality: Media is more
than happy to amplify the anti-Trump narrative, even if it's not true. I'll leave to the plethora of breathless media
reports the details of the original sentencing memo. The seven to nine years, as has been learned, was on the highest
possible end for the crime.
Continue to Turn Toward Mueller's Goons. It's pretty clear that the four prosecutors who resigned in a huff
after DoJ retracted and replaced their vindictive sentencing recommendation were part of a set-up, and Rep. Nunes's
remarks indicate that much, much more about Mueller's prosecutors will become public in the weeks ahead.
Stone jury reportedly stacked with leftist activists; Obama-appointed judge allegedly ignored. New findings
strongly suggest that, thanks in part to left-wing Judge Amy Berman Jackson, convicted former Trump campaign official and
longtime political consultant Roger Stone's guilt wasn't determined last year by an unbiased jury but rather by one stocked
with partisan left-wing operatives. Among the alleged operatives was former Tennessee Democrat congressional candidate
Tomeka Hart, a far-left activist who'd been posting negative stories about President Donald Trump and his alleged (and
since-debunked) Russian collusion crimes to social media long before she was selected to serve on Stone's jury last November.
Bias of Lead Stone Juror EXPOSED, Nets Respond With Blackout. Tameka Hart, the forewoman in the federal trial
against Roger Stone, was exposed on Wednesday by Daily Caller investigative reporter Chuck Ross for once being a Democratic
candidate for Congress, on top of being a staunch anti-Trump opponent. While the story continued to spread online, the
liberal broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC) tried to hide the revelation from their viewers. On Thursday, the
networks continued to insist (via obsession) that the only controversy with the case was Attorney General William Barr
requesting a shorter incarceration period than what prosecutors were demanding. A simple review of Hart's Twitter
account proves how politically motivated she was by far-left politics. In October of last year, she took President
Trump's strong condemnation of Turkey's dictator and suggested our President was the real "devil." And other deep dives
of her social media history show much of the same.
AG Whitaker on Stone juror controversy: Reversing verdict 'hard but not impossible'. Former Acting
Attorney General Matthew Whitaker said Thursday he was concerned by the controversy surrounding the jury forewoman in
Republican political consultant Roger Stone's federal trial, in which Stone was convicted of charges that include
intimidating a witness and lying to Congress. "Once a juror is corrupt or has a bias, the whole system falls apart,"
Whitaker said. "Really, I think we should be concerned about jurors — especially here, unfortunately, in the
District of Columbia [where Stone's trial was heard] where they kind of game the system and have biases that they aren't
willing to admit."
Charges the Liberal Hacks' Latest Ambush. Let's forget all that and pretend his conviction was legit rather
than another seedy attempt by Hillary-loving bureaucrats to get at Trump via his associates. That's a lot of disbelief
to suspend, but go with it. Okay, the sentencing memo gives the government's perspective on the appropriate sentence
based on such factors as the sentencing guidelines, the effect of the crime, the prior crimes of the convict, and other
factors like age. For these non-violent offenses by a first-time offender of age 67, which caused zero harm, and were
related to the "collusion" that even Mueller's pack of scummy Democrats were forced to admit was a lie, you would expect
somewhere from a few months to a couple of years in Club Fed. And apparently that's what the persecutors briefed to
their bosses, because in a high-vis case like this, flunky attorneys brief their bosses at the DOJ. These hacks instead
asked for 7 to 9 years. Literally no one on earth could say in good faith that was remotely appropriate
for this case.
A Nine-Year Prison Sentence For Roger Stone Is Insane. Roger Stone went to trial and lost. As a result,
he's likely going to be sentenced to some jail time. The question is, how much jail time is appropriate in his
case? Federal sentencing has two components. The first is the statutory range (what's provided for by the
statute — e.g., five to 40 years). Here, two of the crimes for which Stone was convicted (obstructing a
congressional investigation and false statements to Congress) provide for a sentence of zero to five years, and the third
(witness tampering) provides for a sentence of zero to 20 years. The second component of federal sentencing is the
Federal Sentencing Guidelines issued by the U.S. Sentencing Commission.
Newest Democrat Scheme to 'Get' the President. You didn't really think that the Democrats would stand down
after failing to Impeach the President, did you? Two of their manufactured grandiose schemes have crashed and
burned: Russia collusion and Ukraine quid pro quo. They have moved on to yet another false narrative that they
hope will succeed under the rubric of a "cover-up," retaliation, and political corruption of the DoJ. A set-up associated
with the latter item is well underway. Trump associate Roger Stone was convicted of three non-violent crimes:
obstruction, making false statements, and witness tampering in a high-profile trial run by prosecutors from the Mueller team
whose real target was, of course, President Trump. Those prosecutors vindictively sought a maximum sentencing of
7-9 years for those offenses, which recommendation was filed on Monday. In a dramatic reversal, the acting chief
of the criminal division in the DC US Attorney's Office issued a new memo recommending reduced sentencing more in line with
Busted for Leaving Out Critical Information About Roger Stone Juror. CNN broke a story on Wednesday [2/12/2020]
about the foreperson from the Roger Stone jury coming out in defense of the four prosecutors who'd quit after senior DOJ
officials called the sentence they were recommending in the case excessive and pulled back the recommendation. A senior
DOJ official said that the prosecutors recommendation of 7-9 years was not what had been previously discussed with DOJ
leadership and they thought a more moderate sentence was going to be recommended. CNN trumpeted her remarks in support
of the prosecutors in an article, "Stone juror says she 'stands with' the prosecutors." The article highlighted her Facebook
post, that she wanted to "stand up" for the prosecutors who withdrew.
Interposed His Opinion in Hillary Clinton Case While Investigation Was Ongoing, But Dems Said Nothing. For
starters, is there anyone that thinks that Roger Stone would have been prosecuted at all but for the vendetta to hang
convictions on folks next to Trump? Did he get a raw deal with the recommendation of 7-9 years for a first offense
which was non-violent? It sure sounds like it, as Trey Gowdy, a former federal prosecutor, has noted. Trump was
making a comment on a proposed recommendation, that he thought it was excessive. He doesn't have power over the
ultimate sentence nor does the DOJ. Let's go back and look at what Barack Obama said and did during the investigation
into Hillary Clinton. He actually interposed himself, basically declaring her innocent while the investigation was
Fear the Quickening. The mood on the set of MSNBC was grim. Rachel Maddow fought back tears of
rage. Brian Williams struggled to make sense of it all. A former U.S. senator flailed her arms in frustration and
indignation. [...] Maddow and company's hysterics centered around the news that Attorney General William Barr had intervened
to reduce an egregious sentencing recommendation against Roger Stone, a former Trump confidant convicted of five counts of
lying to Congress, one count of witness-tampering, and one count of obstruction of justice. (Otherwise known as a day
at the office for California congressman and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff.)
'Never Trump' National Review Want Roger Stone to Die in Prison? When they're not running pro-Pete Buttigieg,
"End the Electoral College" advertisements, the National Review is taking uninformed potshots at Trump world. This
time, predictably, it's Roger Stone. Kevin Williamson, the author of the article entitled "Roger Stone Deserves a
Severe Punishment", has repugnant form in trashing Trump supporters and ordinary Americans as a whole.
Revelations About Roger Stone Jury Foreperson and She Wasn't the Only One With Issues. [Scroll down] But
the big news wasn't Tomeka Hart's support for the prosecutors, but how she was ever was able to be on the jury, to begin
with, given her background and anti-Trump social media posts. According to the Daily Caller, Hart actually ran for
Congress as a Democrat. [...] That should have been enough. But there was much more. She had many anti-Trump
social media posts, even in regard to the Mueller investigation and even during the Stone trial, according to Fox News.
The social media posts were first found by Mike Cernovich.
Foreman In Roger Stone Case Was Trump-Hating Russia Collusion Hoaxer. Social media posts from the lead juror in
the Roger Stone trial, who is "standing up" for the four prosecutors who withdrew from the case this week, reveal she was a
perpetuator of the grand Russian collusion conspiracy theory in addition to showing an obvious bias against Stone. In
March of 2019, Tomeka Hart tweeted about the Mueller indictments which, at the time, included Stone. "Ignoring the
numerous indictments, guilty pleas, and convictions of people in 45's inner-circle, some Republicans are asserting that the
Mueller investigation was a waste of time because he hasn't found evidence," Hart wrote on Twitter sharing from a now-deleted
Juror In Roger Stone Case Ran For Congress As A Democrat In 2012. A former Democratic congressional candidate
whose social media accounts are replete with criticism of President Donald Trump came forward Wednesday as the foreperson on
the jury that convicted longtime GOP operative Roger Stone at a trial in November 2019. According to multiple news
reports, Tomeka Hart revealed her role on the jury in a Facebook post supporting the four prosecutors who withdrew from the
Stone case Tuesday in protest over a revision in a sentencing recommendation for the GOP operative. "I have kept my
silence for months. Initially, it was for my safety. Then, I decided to remain silent out of fear of politicizing
the matter," Hart wrote on Facebook, adding: "But I can't keep quiet any longer."
we forget, the Stone jury was stacked, his arrest was a violent takedown. As we reported last November, the
Stone jury was one not of his peers and Judge Amy Berman kept almost every one of them. Republican operative and
television personality, author, and radio host, Roger Stone had a jury pool that came from an electorate who despises his
friend and boss, President Trump. The U.S. District Court in Washington chooses jury pools strictly from deepest-blue
D.C. boundaries, otherwise known to many as the "swamp." The Constitution's Sixth Amendment mandates an "impartial jury"
of one's peers. His 12 jurors were not a jury of Mr. Stone's peers as it turned out, and they weren't impartial.
and Barr are playing rope-a-dope with Dems on Stone sentencing. Because they are obsessed (and deranged with
TDS), Democrats are utterly predictable in their reactions to the statements and actions of President Trump and his key
allies like A.G. Barr. Taking to Twitter with his public objection to the harsh sentence recommendation for Roger
Stone, handed down by the four prosecutors who obtained a guilty verdict, President Trump knew that Democrats would
react hysterically. Sure enough, they have taken the bait.
Nunes hints that Robert Mueller's team will be exposed soon. With impeachment receding in his rearview mirror,
and with the Democrat party fielding the weakest and most socialist crop of candidates since 1972, President Trump is feeling
his oats. No wonder, then, that he's got Bill Barr's Justice Department working overtime to drain the swamp. In a
recent interview with Lou Dobbs, Nunes suggested that the same attorneys who apparently railroaded the Roger Stone trial and
then pressed for a seven- to nine-year sentence for Stone's first-time, nonviolent, generic D.C. offenses will soon find
themselves in the hot seat.
Times Barack Obama Protected His Allies from Justice and Democrats Didn't Care. It was expected that Democrats
would be up in arms over the news that the Justice Department retracted and rewrote Roger Stone's sentencing recommendation
memo, but once again I find myself astonished by the rank hypocrisy of Democrats. But before I get into that, I think
it's worth mentioning that the prosecution of Stone and, quite frankly, the sentencing, was excessive. The prosecutors,
many of whom were part of the Russian collusion hoax investigation team of Mueller, literally ordered a pre-dawn raid on
Stone's home in Florida, complete with a CNN detail ready to cover the event for the country to watch as it unfolded.
The recommendations for sentencing were completely absurd. Violent criminals, including rapists, get less time than
what they were recommending for Stone.
Stone jury foreperson's anti-Trump social media posts surface after she defends DOJ prosecutors. Former Memphis
City Schools Board President Tomeka Hart revealed Wednesday that she was the foreperson of the jury that convicted former
Trump adviser Roger Stone on obstruction charges last year — and soon afterward, her history of Democratic
activism and a string of her anti-Trump, left-wing social media posts came to light. Hart even posted specifically
about the Stone case before she voted to convict, as she retweeted an argument mocking those who considered Stone's dramatic
arrest in a predawn raid by a federal tactical team to be excessive force. She also suggested President Trump and his
supporters are racist and praised the investigation conducted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, which ultimately led to
demand Barr's resignation amid Stone sentence storm. Barely a week after President Trump was acquitted in his
Senate impeachment trial, a new administration controversy has Democrats demanding investigations and even the resignation of
his top law enforcement official. Lawmakers, including Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Richard Blumenthal, called on
Attorney General Bill Barr to resign, while the House Judiciary Committee announced Wednesday it'll grill Barr during a March
31 hearing over his handling of the sentencing of former Trump confidant Roger Stone, among other issues.
William Barr to testify before Democrat-led House Judiciary Committee. Attorney General William Barr has agreed
to testify before the Democratic-led House Judiciary Committee at the end of March after rebuffing requests to appear before
the panel for the past year. The deal came as Democrats, including Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler, of Manhattan, had
raised alarm this week over Barr's interceding in the sentencing recommendation for former Trump political operative Roger
Stone, who was convicted by special prosecutors in Washington, DC, last year and was facing up to nine years behind
bars. "We are writing to confirm your agreement to testify before the House Judiciary Committee on March 31, 2020,"
Nadler and the 22 other Democratic members of the panel said in a letter to Barr on Wednesday [2/12/2020].
They Go Again: Pelosi to Launch New Investigation into Trump. Just when you thought America's long
impeachment drama was over and behind us, the Democrats have begun the process to do it again. While most of us
believed they would try to repeat impeachment, we thought it would start in the second term and not a mere week after Trump
was acquitted the first time. But Nancy Pelosi is hot under the collar about Trump tweeting about the absurdly long
sentence that Deep State prosecutors suggested for Roger Stone. The president tweeted out a storm of criticism when the
news broke that prosecutors were recommending nine years in prison.
Blasts Barr's Decision to Intervene in Roger Stone's Excessive Sentencing. Fired FBI Director James Comey
blasted Barr's decision to intervene on the abusive and excessive Roger Stone sentencing recommendation handed down by
Mueller's crooked prosecutors. Federal Prosecutors on Monday [2/10/2020] recommended Trump confidante Roger Stone serve
7-9 years in prison for process crimes during the Mueller witch hunt. Mueller's prosecutors lied to the DOJ during a
briefing about Roger Stone's sentencing memo. So in a rare move, the Department of Justice backed down from its abusive
sentencing recommendation for Roger Stone.
A Corrupt Group of Politically Focused DOJ Lawyers Isn't The Only Issue. Four of Robert Mueller's special
counsel prosecutors strategically and purposefully resigned their positions yesterday in an attempt to create a political
narrative against U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr — through a ridiculous Roger Stone sentencing memorandum.
In a subsequent interview with Lou Dobbs, House Intel Committee ranking member Devin Nunes noted the activity of Mueller's 19
lawyers was likely to come under scrutiny now, as people start to ask common sense questions. [Ex. [sic] what were these
DOJ lawyers doing for over two years if there was zero evidence of any Trump-Russia collusion?] However, I would draw
attention to an even more troubling issue that media pretend not to even notice. [...]
Departed Stone prosecutors are tip of iceberg, we're about to 'unpeel the onion' of Mueller team's web of lies.
Republican Devin Nunes warned that the layers of lies have unraveled in the putrid onion that was Robert Mueller's
investigation of the failed Russia-collusion hoax. Congressman Nunes told Fox Business host Lou Dobbs that Americans
will soon learn the disturbing depths of deceit and corruption perpetrated by the Mueller team to promote the Russia-collusion
hoax. "The lawyers that stepped aside today who made the seven-to-nine-year recommendation [against Roger Stone] —
we believe that this is not going to be the only example," Nunes said.
four federal prosecutors in Roger Stone case resign after DOJ insists on lower sentencing recommendation. No
one can stop Trump from handing out corrupt pardons to his sleazy cronies but a prosecutor can and should refuse to revisit
what he believes is the proper sentencing recommendation just because it gave the president the sads. People should
keep resigning until Bill Barr himself has to go into court and inform the judge personally that he's been notified by a
tweet that the original sentence was too harsh. Ed speculated this morning that Stone (and Mike Flynn, and probably
Paul Manafort) will be pardoned shortly after the election. I disagree. I used to think Trump would wait until
after the election but now I think he's going to do this soon, possibly before the month is out.
Prosecutors May Have Lied To DOJ About Stone Prison Sentence Recommendation. Prosecutors in charge of the
federal case against Roger Stone may have lied to the Department of Justice about their lengthy prison sentence
recommendation for Stone, according to a new report. Fox News reported earlier today that DOJ was blindsided by the
formal recommendation from operatives tapped by former Special Counsel Robert Mueller that Stone be sentenced to up to nine
years in prison. A source told Fox that the sentence recommendation was "extreme, excessive, and grossly
disproportionate" to Stone's crimes. "The Department was shocked to see the sentencing recommendation in the filing in
the Stone case last night," the DOJ official reportedly told Fox. "The sentencing recommendation was not what had been
briefed to the Department."
expected to scale back Roger Stone's 'extreme' sentencing recommendation: official. The Justice Department is
preparing to change its sentencing recommendation for Roger Stone after top brass were "shocked" at the stiff prison term
initially being sought, according to a senior DOJ official. Federal prosecutors had recommended that Judge Amy Berman
Jackson sentence Stone to between 87 and 108 months in prison for his conviction on seven counts of obstruction, witness
tampering, and making false statements to Congress on charges that stemmed from former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's
of Justice abandons demand to jail Roger Stone for nine years after Trump slams it as a 'miscarriage of justice'.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday denied asking his attorney general to roll back prosecutors' recommendation that longtime advisor
Roger Stone face serious jail time — after the Justice Department did a sudden 180-degree turn in court and every
prosecutor on the case quit. The Department of Justice dramatically reversed its demand to jail Stone for up to nine years
in a move announced Tuesday — hours after Donald Trump slammed it on Twitter as a 'miscarriage of justice.' The
reversal prompted the extraordinary decision by three experienced federal prosecutors to remove themselves from the
case — with one resigning his position with the government entirely.
Government's Continued Persecution Of Roger Stone. The victory by President Trump and his team over the
impeachment-pursuing Democrats was complete, and devastating. However, missing from the celebratory activities last
week was one of Trump's strongest, most consistent, and most loyal supporters — Roger Stone. Stone remains
silenced under a federal court gag order that prevents him from publicly discussing anything about his conviction last
November, even as he awaits sentencing for up to 25 years on February 20th. His case has been described as the last
"loose end remaining from the Mueller investigation." More accurately, it is the "last travesty of the Mueller
investigation." The one thing people might remember from the government's prosecution of Stone probably would be the
massive, pre-dawn SWAT raid on his Ft. Lauderdale home on January 25, 2019. The reason this incident may be the only
aspect of Stone's case at all familiar to the public is because the government apparently notified CNN in advance of the raid so as
to ensure it produced sufficient coverage to paint the 67-year old political consultant as dangerous and a "flight risk."
recommend seven to nine years in prison for Roger Stone. Federal prosecutors are recommending Roger Stone
receive a prison sentence of seven to nine years for witness tampering and lying to Congress. The 26-page sentencing
memorandum, filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia on Monday, asks that Stone, a former associate of
President Trump, serve 87 to 108 months in prison. The 67-year-old Republican operative was found guilty on seven
charges last November following a two-week trial based on his actions during and after the 2016 presidential election.
Calm, Where's the Storm? Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe, deep within the seditious coup, fired by
then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions, supposedly under investigation, got a nice gig as a CNN contributor. Despite
McCabe being one of the point men in spying on the Trump campaign, the Department of Justice has, "No immediate plans to
prosecute former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe." Compare McCabe's treatment by the Justice Department to that of a
Trump campaign advisor. "Republican operative Roger Stone was found guilty Friday [11/15/2019] of all seven counts
against him, including witness tampering and making false statements." According to the Department of Justice Office of
Inspector General, McCabe gave, "False testimony under oath to the FBI Office of Professional Responsibility." Stone
make false statements to the FBI and faces 20 years in prison. McCabe makes false statements to the FBI and becomes
a cable news talking head. Some storm. It's a promotion for McCabe, and prison for Stone.
Roger Stone Reportedly
Fears He Could Be 'Epsteined' in Prison. President Donald Trump's longtime confidant Roger Stone was convicted
on Friday [11/15/2019] on all seven counts against him in his federal trial. Roger Stone now fears he will be
"Epsteined" in prison. Stone was found guilty in Washington, D.C., federal court of process crimes that include witness
tampering and making false statements.
of Roger Stone is the "tipping point for tyranny" as Americans realize the whole system is rigged. Yes, while
the dirtiest, most corrupt, most treasonous criminals in America go free, Roger Stone is going to be sentenced to essentially
life in prison for the non-crime of mis-remembering something while talking to federal prosecutors. This is called a
"process crime," and it's the same kind of non-crime that federal prosecutors routinely use when they want to criminalize
someone who hasn't committed any real crime. But real crimes are exactly what the deep state spy machine committed
against President Trump and his allies as an effort to carry out a coordinated political coup against the United States of
America. Yet to this day, not a single treasonous criminal has been arrested or indicted.
Carlson Exposes Obama Judge Who Is [Dealing Unfairly with] Roger Stone. Two things are patently obvious in the
federal government's case against long-time GOP operative Roger Stone: [#1] He's going to be convicted of "lying to Congress,"
and [#2] he'll spend the rest of his life in jail, without a pardon from President Trump. Tucker Carlson make that very clear
without really saying those words during his Wednesday evening [11/6/2019] program, as he ticked off one example after another about how
the system is so stacked against Stone there's no way he's going to get a fair trial. The biggest reason why is the federal
judge overseeing the case: Obama appointee Amy Berman Jackson, who is blatantly biased against Stone and against President Trump
to the point where she doesn't even try to hide it.
Russian Hack or
CrowdStrike Ruse? Robert Mueller may live to regret indicting Roger Stone. Stone is the long-time
Republican political operative who made headlines in January when he was hauled out of his home by a squad of FBI agents
adorned in tactical gear and carrying M4 rifles. The ostentatious display of force seemed made for television.
And as luck — or more likely, leak — would have it, CNN just happened to be on hand with cameras ready
to film Mueller's predawn military raid to arrest Stone, a 66-year-old charged with purely non-violent crimes who'd already
indicated he was ready and willing to turn himself in.
Roger Stone Invokes
Fifth Amendment On Nadler Document Requests. Conservative operative Roger Stone is invoking his Fifth Amendment
privilege and refusing House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler's request for documents in a far-reaching probe aimed
at investigating President Donald Trump and his associates. "On the advice of counsel, Mr. Stone will not produce
the documents requested by the House Committee on the Judiciary," Stone's attorney wrote to Nadler in a letter reviewed by
The Daily Caller, adding, "whether the documents requested by the House Committee on the Judiciary exist or not, they are
subject to a Fifth Amendment claim."
General Needs To Clean House. After almost two years, nothing has been discovered to link President Trump to
Russian collusion. There is no smoking gun, no evidence, yet the Special Counsel's office has been busy charging a
variety of Trump associates with crimes that extend into their past and deal with other activities such as lying to the FBI
or Congress. During the tenure of Mueller as Special Counsel, his office's methods have been thuggish to say the
least. For example, it has shocked and appalled Americans to learn that Mueller sent FBI agents to arrive at pre-dawn
to raid the homes of Paul Manafort and, more recently, Roger Stone. These are the tactics used to arrest drug lords and
terrorists, not political consultants who are not a threat to flee the country or a danger to their fellow Americans.
Documents Reveal Special Counsel's Office Illegally Leaked Stone Indictment To CNN. A court filing from Roger
Stone's attorneys documents how CNN was in possession of a sealed indictment long before the court ordered it to be
released. For weeks, we have been hearing CNN claim again and again that their presence at Stone's home ahead of the
FBI's pre-dawn raid was a combination of "luck" and good reporting. They have since built on that fairy-tale,
describing their propagandist filming of Stone's arrest the result of watching "unusual grand jury activity" in the days
leading up to January 25th.
Stone: Mueller's End Game is Hillary Clinton as President. Former Donald Trump campaign advisor and
long-time Republican operative Roger Stone claims the Mueller investigation's ultimate goal is to get Hillary Clinton into
the White House. Stone made the wild accusation during an exclusive interview with Sean Hannity Monday night. In
his version of events, the special counsel will seek "hopped-up" charges against President Trump and Vice President Mike
Pence with the ultimate goal of installing Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi as the new leader of the free world.
Stone's lawyer offers proof CNN is in bed with FBI. Documentation was released yesterday [2/4/2019], reportedly
from Roger Stone's lawyer, that claims that CNN didn't just happen upon Mr. Stone's home right before a 29-person FBI
team raided it and took him into custody based on a "gut instinct," as the FBI claimed. The letter was produced by
Mr. Stone's lawyer, Grant Smith, who sent it to the House and Senate Judiciary Committees. It details a
frightening tale of CNN acting on behalf of the FBI in regard to the continual Russia probe.
Show CNN Was Tipped Off on Roger Stone Arrest by 29 FBI Armed Agents — Leaked by Deep State!. CNN's
camera crew allegedly arrived at Stone's residence a whole hour before the raid and CNN's Sara Murray provided Stone's
attorney with a draft copy of the indictment in an early morning communique to confirm the FBI raid and arrest. CNN was
the only camera crew on the scene of the FBI raid on Roger Stone's home. While CNN has spent an entire week claiming
their presence at the FBI raid on Stone's South Florida home was a combination of luck and hard work, this evidence proves
that their "source" was indeed the Office of the Special Counsel, who colluded with the notoriously anti-Trump news network
to produce a propaganda broadcast of the arrest that is reminiscent of the Nazi era tactics of the Gestapo and propaganda
ministry lead by Joseph Goebbels.
An American Nightmare.
Last Friday, on a quiet residential street at 6 in the morning, the neighborhood exploded in light, noise and terror.
Seventeen SUVs and two armored vehicles arrived in front of one house. Each vehicle had sirens blaring and lights
flashing. The house, which abutted a canal, was soon surrounded by 29 government agents, each wearing military garb,
each carrying a handgun and most carrying high-powered automatic rifles. In the canal were two amphibious watercraft,
out of which more heavily armed government agents came. Circling above all this was a helicopter equipped with
long-range precision weaponry and high-powered spotlights. Four agents approached the front door to the house.
Two held a battering ram, and two pointed their rifles at the door. One of the agents shouted and banged on the front
door until the terrified owner of the house emerged, barefoot and wearing shorts and a T-shirt. He was greeted in the
dark at his open front door by two rifle barrels aimed at his head.
Danse Macabre At Arrest of Stone. Sending 29 FBI agents in bullet-proof protective gear and brandishing
submachine guns at 6 a.m. to the house where Mr. Stone — who is 66 and does not own a firearm —
lives with his wife, two dogs, and three cats, to effect another shakedown arrest for alleged untruths uttered by Mr. Stone
to a congressional committee since Mr. Mueller was installed in his totalitarian sinecure, was disgusting and un-American.
The charges could have been laid — and if there is the slightest truth to them, should have been laid — by
contacting Mr. Stone's lawyer during normal business hours and asking him to produce his client for charging and processing.
Stone case: Mueller has 'voluminous and complex' evidence. Special counsel Robert Mueller said federal prosecutors
have evidence that is "both voluminous and complex" in the case against a longtime associate of President Trump. "It is composed
of multiple hard drives containing several terabytes of information," wrote prosecutors in a court filing Thursday [1/31/2019], asking
the federal judge overseeing the case against Roger Stone to designate it as complex. That includes banking financial records and
communications taken from iCloud and email accounts, as well as cellphones, computers, and hard drives.
State Update: FBI Seized All of Roger Stone's Years of Contacts During Pre-Dawn Raid — Likely to Be Leaked
to DNC. The Mueller Deep State with help from the police state FBI stormed conservative activist and author
Roger Stone's home last Friday in a predawn raid. As The Gateway Pundit was first to report — the FBI
Mueller raid on Roger Stone included more armed agents than the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad,
Pakistan. The Deep State had amphibious team in the water and an helicopter in the sky during the arrest. The US
is now a police state. [...] The US DOJ can never be trusted. These are police state tactics.
Mueller, An Odd Hero
for the Lawless Left. Last Friday [1/25/2019], card-carrying members of the ACLU cheered as the FBI conducted a
pre-dawn raid of the home of a political operative who stands accused of laughably non-violent offenses — mainly,
just lying to Congress. But since Roger Stone once worked for Trump and qualifies as an odious political enemy,
liberals didn't mind Mueller's overkill, which is his latest straining attempt to make his investigation look weightier than
it actually is. On his supposed mandate, Mueller continues to spin his wheels. He didn't charge Stone with any
acts of collusion or uncover any direct contact between Stone and WikiLeaks, which isn't even a Russian government entity anyways.
Can We Give James Clapper The
Roger Stone Treatment Yet? Whether you are a Democrat, Republican or politically unaffiliated —
whether you think that Robert Mueller's probe is a "witch hunt" or an investigation needed to save the republic —
you should be outraged at the way Roger Stone was treated by the Department of Justice and the FBI. I have no idea
whether Mr. Stone is guilty of some or all of the seven counts contained in his indictment. [...] None of these counts,
however, involve allegations of violent behavior. None of these allegations justify the show of massive force against
Stone and his wife at the crack of dawn. Let's assume that Stone is guilty as charged on all seven counts: was
there a need for the FBI to conduct its raid in this manner?
Judiciary Committee Republican wants FBI to explain use of force in Stone arrest. Rep. Doug Collins,
R-Ga., the ranking Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, sent a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray on Wednesday
[1/30/2019], questioning the bureau's tactics when arresting Roger Stone, a longtime adviser and confidant of President
Trump, last week at his Florida home. Collins joins Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., in questioning the amount of
force used in arresting the 66-year-old Stone at his home, given that he was not deemed a flight risk and had already
publicly stated that he expected to be indicted.
Roger Stone's arrest is a sign of things to come, we've lost our country. Say goodbye. Roger Stone, who
is being charged not with Russia collusion, but the process crime of lying to Congress, was targeted for the same reason U.S.
District Judge T.S. Ellis said they went after Paul Manafort and the same reason they tried to bankrupt Gen. Michael
Flynn. They want to put the screws to Stone, who is 66, to make him sing or compose against Trump. That's the only
reason. Otherwise, why would you arrest him? If it was really for lying to Congress, he'd be near the back of a
long line. Last week's pre-dawn raid on Stone home in Fort Lauderdale featured 17 vehicles, including armored tactical
trucks. There were 27 heavily armed agents — I don't blame them, they don't have a choice when they're told
to do something — in tactical gear with weapons drawn.
'The Process of Discovery 'Is Going to Be Fascinating' in Roger Stone Case. Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) on
Sunday said that special counsel Robert Mueller's office must be embarrassed that they had to come to House Republicans for
information they could use to indict Roger Stone on a process crime, and predicted that the "process of discovery" in the
case will be a "fascinating" one. "I think the Mueller investigation is really at the bottom of the barrel when they're
looking at people like this because we already found in our report that Roger Stone wasn't colluding with the Russians,
which, that was the original intent of all this, remember?" Nunes, the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee,
told Fox News host Maria Bartiromo.
We Could All
Be Roger Stone. Mueller's illegal leaks have destroyed Roger Stone's business, and the cost of lawyers to
defend multiple sore-loser lawsuits, as well as the witch hunt investigations by the US Senate Intelligence and Judiciary
Committees, have virtually bankrupted Stone and destroyed his family. The way we see it, Roger Stone's only crimes are
being friends with Donald Trump, authoring the best-selling book The Clintons' War On Women, and using his
considerable skills at manipulating the media to keep the story of Hillary Clinton's many real crimes alive — and
[angering] Robert Mueller and his band of Democrat witch hunters in the process.
The Editor says...
Oh, now I understand. He wrote The Clintons' War On Women, so he must be destroyed. At least
he didn't end up like Vince Foster.
in Charge of the Executive Branch? Roger Stone's recent arrest by an FBI SWAT team suggests that the DOJ is
functioning as a fourth branch of government, through the appointed special counsel, acting as an additional check and
balance on the executive branch. [...] Stone is not a serial killer or a mafia don. He's neither a drug kingpin nor a
terrorist. He is guilty of little more than knowing and associating with Donald Trump. His indictment was for
process crimes, misleading Congress or other investigators. Something that Hillary Clinton, her aides, and top Obama
officials did routinely and brazenly without consequence.
Indictment Confirms Mueller in Witch Hunt Against Trump. The indictment against longtime Donald Trump
confidante Roger Stone, which contained no allegations or evidence of "Russian collusion," confirmed yet again that Special
Prosecutor Robert Mueller is leading what President Trump has correctly described as a "witch hunt" against the
administration. It seems the real goal of Mueller is to terrorize everyone associated with Trump's rise to the
presidency or his efforts to drain the swamp. Indeed, in Stone's case — as in the cases of Trump campaign
chief Paul Manafort and National Security Adviser Mike Flynn — the charges had nothing to do with the Trump
campaign, Russia, or anything related to the establishment-backed conspiracy theory about alleged "collusion." Instead, the
indictment listed seven so-called process charges ranging from "making false statements" to "obstruction of an official
proceeding." And yet, for this, Mueller dispatched heavily armed SWAT teams with guns drawn to Stone's Florida home for a
pre-dawn raid. The kingpin of anti-Trump hysteria, CNN, was conveniently there to capture the absurdity on video.
The outlandish tactics suggest that Mueller was trying to terrorize not only Stone, but anyone else who may be willing to
work with Trump in the future.
Way Outraged Americans Can Beat Robert Mueller. Much has been made of the pre-dawn arrest of Roger Stone in his
home in Fort Lauderdale. To make this arrest, Special Counsel Robert Mueller, probably having delegated the task to his
subordinate Andrew Weissmann (who is known for this tactic), assembled a full-scale FBI SWAT team of 29 members, replete with
long weapons, body armor, and even a flash-bang grenade or two. The arrest took place at "zero dark thirty" or 5:30
A.M. Nevertheless, a CNN crew was on hand to film the whole thing. Once upon a time, this level of force was
considered necessary only to raid suspects able and inclined to shoot back, or who might destroy evidence. [...] The fact
that a CNN crew was allowed to film Stone's arrest is evidence that nobody believed he was dangerous. Indeed, he was
not: he is a 66-year-old white-collar suspect with no prior history of violence, who didn't even have weapons in his house.
The FBI Drops
In. Federal Law enforcement appears to be adopting methods more suitable for the KGB or Stasi. CNN's
exclusive news coverage of Roger Stone's arrest was a big mistake. It reminded sentient people of the Ruby Ridge, Waco,
and Elian Gonzalez raids. [...] Stone should consider himself very fortunate. Many predawn raids do not end well.
Ruby Ridge resulted in the death of Vicki Weaver, who was shot in the head by sharpshooter Lon Horiuchi while she was holding
her 10-month-old daughter, and the 14-year-old Sammy Weaver. In an effort to "save the children," the Waco standoff
rvesulted in twenty-one children under the age of 16 being burned alive. Elian Gonzalez was not shot or burned. He
vwas simply deported back to Cuba. Of course, those were the days when people were not so concerned about
children. All these incidents illustrate that the Deep State is still in charge. It appears that our elected
President is not in control. He keeps appointing Deep State apparatchiks like Wray and Barr. The real criminals
will never go to jail.
Stone indictment isn't good news for those seeking Trump impeachment. Despite the breathless media accounts,
the actual indictment of Stone is most notable for what it does not include. This was supposed to be the long-rumored
linchpin to Russian collusion: The Russians fed information to Wikileaks which fed the information to Stone who fed the
information to the Trump campaign. The raid on Stone's home clearly made for great television, but the Stone indictment
hardly makes for a great collusion case. Let's be honest. After more than a year of investigation, Mueller nailed
a gadfly on false statements, witness tampering and obstruction rather than illegal collusion with Russia. That's what
has been happening all along. Mueller has almost exclusively charged non-Russian defendants with either false
statements or other process crimes.
Many FBI Agents Does It Take to Terrorize an Unarmed 66-Year-Old? Team Mueller's use of 29 agents plus CNN
video support elements were confronted with a challenging tactical problem. Despite the fact that Stone has no prior
criminal record, he is nevertheless 66 years old. This is an age when people are sometimes cranky and
disagreeable. Obviously, those 29 agents were necessary to establish tactical dominance and to quickly subdue this
lawless false declarant. Hopefully, the overwhelming show of force prevented Stone from making any further false
declarations during the course of his arrest. And, equally important, the visuals of the assault broadcast by the CNN
tactical elements undoubtedly will serve as a deterrent to others who may harbor thoughts of uttering untruths sworn or
otherwise. All of which leads me to shake my wooly gray head and wonder aloud if any of these two-fisted crime fighters
who took down the cunning and dangerous Roger Stone are in any way embarrassed by their participation in this vaudeville act.
sins of Roger Stone. In a predawn raid, heavily armed FBI SWAT team commandos wearing body armor and carrying
loaded assault rifles stormed the home where Roger Stone, 66, lives in Florida with his wife. Of course. Where
else would the FBI find such a clear and present menace to peace and society, but a tranquil community where elderly people
go to retire? In a rare departure from their regular diet of Fake News, CNN was tipped off and captured dramatic
footage of the daring raid in which Mr. Stone and his wife were rousted from bed in their pajamas. One can never
be too careful!
closer examination, Roger Stone indictment is less than it seems. The testimony for which Stone was indicted
concerns his descriptions of dealings with two men — Jerome Corsi and Randy Credico — who Stone used to
attempt to get in touch with WikiLeaks head Julian Assange in the summer and fall of 2016, at the height of the presidential
campaign, when WikiLeaks published hacked emails relating to Hillary Clinton. Some of Mueller's charges seem somewhat
small; for example, Stone was charged with lying because he said he and Credico communicated by phone but not by email when
in fact, according to Mueller, they communicated by both phone and email. But in each case, Mueller says Stone
knowingly made false statements. On the other hand, the indictment does not accuse Stone of lying in some key instances
when he defended himself against some of the most serious allegations of the Trump-Russia matter.
Stone's indictment is all bun and no beef. [Scroll down] But what, exactly, did Stone know? How did
he know it? And how did that help the Trump campaign? The indictment doesn't offer much grist for those
mills. It portrays Stone as operating on the fringe of the Trump campaign, having trouble getting his calls returned by
a top campaign official. It also suggests that he lied when he publicly claimed to have been briefed directly by
WikiLeaks leader Julian Assange; Stone appears to have relied on conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi and Credico for all his
information about WikiLeaks. And the only useful tip Stone is accused of providing the campaign is advance knowledge
that WikiLeaks would make another Clinton-related data dump in October.
Jumps the Shark. To date, the "Russian Collusion" that Robert Mueller was selected to investigate has come up
with only process crimes — that is crimes created by the investigators who ignore the far greater crimes by
Brennan, Clapper, Hillary, the Obama FBI/CIA gang, for which seemingly they all got get out of jail free cards —
and this week it was no different with the indictment and arrest of Roger Stone. Once again, the anti-Trumpers
gleefully contend that this time they got the President. No, actually. The indictment makes clear that senior
Trump officials did not know wikileaks had "'stolen DNC emails' or when they would release them, and did NOT know what other
information they had on the Clinton campaign," accurately tweets Paul Sperry. The middle of the night raid on his home
and his arrest captured by CNN cameras involved far more agents than were necessary and was part of the Mueller show.
In any other such circumstance, his counsel would just have been informed that he was to show up in their offices to
receive the arrest warrant. That this is overblown theater is evident by the relatively low bail requested.
Stone's SWAT team arrest: Are we even America anymore? Mueller was appointed by Rod Rosenstein not to
investigate Trump collusion with Russia. The principals all knew that was not remotely true. He was appointed to
conceal and obliterate the volumes of evidence of crimes committed by Hillary Clinton; her campaign; and a group of
higher-ups in the FBI, DOJ, and CIA, all of whom were involved in a scheme to prevent Trump from being elected. All of
them have lied under oath and before Congress. Mueller himself was involved in the Clinton scheme to sell 20% of U.S.
uranium to Russia. All of these felons are walking free; their homes are not being raided in the wee small hours of the
morning, but their crimes are far more serious than anything Roger Stone or Paul Manafort might have committed. [...]
Suddenly, it is catastrophically clear that America is no longer a constitutional republic, a nation of laws and
justice. An unelected, tangential officer of the DOJ has for two years abused his position of power to destroy many
lives in the cruelest of ways with impunity. No one is stopping him and his band of legal bullies.
Why Did Christopher Wray
Allow Mueller's Thugs To Use 29 FBI Agents On Roger Stone? Federal Bureau of Investigation Director Chris Wray
should hang his head in shame. At a time when he should be restoring the FBI's reputation after Jim Comey, Andrew
McCabe, Peter Strzok and others tarnished its image as our country's premier law enforcement agency, he allowed 29 gun
slinging agents to make a predawn arrest of former Trump advisor Roger Stone. Stone is not a drug dealer, nor is he a
terrorist. Stone is charged with obstruction of justice and making false statements to the special counsel.
Significantly, the alleged false statements specified in the indictment were about conduct, which, if admitted, was not criminal.
Stone's Arrest: What's Scandalous, and What Isn't. The salient point is that Mueller's indictment of
Stone confirms that the Trump campaign had nothing to do with the theft of emails from the Democratic National Committee or
their publication by Wikileaks. The allegations against Stone all have to do with what happened after Wikileaks dumped
the first batch of DNC emails. Stone tried — unsuccessfully — to get in touch with Julian Assange
or someone else who could tell him whether Wikileaks had more emails, and if so, what they contained.
Stone may be a 'BS artist,' but indictments don't prove collusion: Byron York. Republican operative Roger
Stone is the latest in President Trump's inner circle to face criminal charges in the Mueller probe, but his alleged crimes
have nothing to do with Russia collusion, Washington Examiner chief political correspondent Byron York argued Friday
[1/25/2019]. Special Counsel Robert Mueller charged the former Trump campaign adviser with seven felonies —
including obstruction, making false statements, and witness tampering. The FBI sent more than two-dozen armed agents to
arrest Stone in his Florida home before the crack of dawn Friday.
Stone Draws the Judge Who Threw Paul Manafort in Jail. Stone was arrested by FBI agents Friday on charges of
lying to Congress, obstructing a probe and witness tampering. WikiLeaks posted a tweet citing Barry Pollack, a U.S.
lawyer for the group's founder Julian Assange, saying "the dawn military-style arrest" of Stone "was wholly unnecessary and
served no purpose other than intimidation."
Stone Speaks After Arrest: 'Rogue Prosecutor' Mueller 'Has More Power than the President'. Longtime political
operative Roger Stone is speaking out for the first time since his Friday arrest in connection to the special counsel's
Russia probe, calling its chief investigation Robert Mueller a "rogue prosecutor" who is helping to turn the United States
into the "new Soviet Union." "This country is literally run by a rogue prosecutor who has more power than the
president," Stone told InfoWars through his attorney Grant Smith. The Trump ally added that he sees his arrest as part
of the United States' decline into a "new Soviet Union," adding that he is concerned for the lives of his grandchildren.
Got an Inside Tip About the FBI Raid and It's Lying About It. In response to the accusations by President Trump
and others, that CNN had received an inside tip about the Roger Stone raid from the FBI, the news network published a whole
article claiming that it had gotten the scoop by putting together various clues. Nonsense. There was no purpose
to such an aggressive FBI raid without a camera crew standing by. Previous defendants had been allowed to turn
themselves in. Why would it take multiple vehicles and personnel to arrest one man in his sixties? There's
nothing resembling practical necessity here. And, without cameras standing by to broadcast the footage, the entire
effect would have been lost. [...] Occam's Razor tells us that the FBI tipped off CNN. And that needs to be investigated.
was a bad day in Washington. Friday, Jan. 25 will be remembered by Trump-supporters as the day he caved on
the wall. By agreeing to fully open the government for three weeks without any wall money, Trump has angered many
supporters, who will vilify him to the detriment of their own cause. Trump is under the kind of swampy pressure few
could survive. This happened only hours after his friend Roger Stone was arrested by the FBI. With the air
traffic control system starting to impact transportation, the political pressures were enormous for the White House.
The upcoming Super Bowl game was likely an underlying factor, as the rich and powerful would have trouble getting to the
Sanders: Will Hillary Clinton Be Arrested If 'Lying to FBI' is a Crime? Amid the indictment of Trump ally
Roger Stone, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders voiced her thoughts on whether the FBI would also be raiding the homes
of Hillary Clinton, James Clapper and James Comey. [...] A special counsel Robert Mueller 'Russia collusion investigation.'
which has already cost the American taxpayer $25 Million, Sander's asked if the FBI would have the same protocol for the
likes of Hillary Clinton and others who have allegedly lied to the FBI.
Stone Indictment Mentions 'Trump Campaign,' 'Trump Campaign Official/Officials' 28 Times. Roger Stone, a Trump
friend and a former Trump campaign official, is under arrest this morning [1/25/2019] after a federal grand jury in the
District of Columbia indicted him on seven counts: one count of obstruction of an official proceeding; five counts of false
statements; and one count of witness tampering. The charges against Stone do not involve Russian collusion; they
involve his alleged obstruction of, and false statements to, the congressional and FBI investigations into Trump-Russia
coordination. However, in what may be a preview of future legal cases, the indictment mentions the "Trump campaign" or
"Trump campaign official/officials" 28 times, mostly in connection with Stone's attempt to get information from Wikileaks
that would be damaging to the Clinton campaign.
new Mueller indictment, what is Roger Stone charged with doing? So what, specifically, is Stone charged with
doing? All the counts stem from Stone's Sept. 26, 2017, interview with the House Intelligence Committee investigating
Russia's attempt to influence the 2016 election and the response by U.S. intelligence and law enforcement agencies.
Stone is not charged with lying to or attempting to obstruct the Mueller investigation. The special counsel's charges
involve Stone's House testimony about WikiLeaks and its release of hacked material from the Democratic National Committee
and, later, from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta during the 2016 campaign.
Mueller Tips Off CNN — Entire Stone Pre-Dawn Raid Captured by Anti-Trump Channel. Conservative
activist and President Trump confidant Roger Stone was arrested in a pre-dawn raid by dirty cop Robert Mueller. Stone
was arrested on a process crime and not Russian collusion. There was no Russian collusion. But there is collusion
between the Deep State Mueller investigators and Democrat politicians and anti-Trump news outlets. The entire predawn
raid of Roger Stone's home was captured by the anti-Trump channel. Mueller Tipped Off CNN!
Stone Arrested Pre-Dawn on 7-Count Indictment. Former Trump casino lobbyist and presidential campaign advisor
Roger Stone was arrested in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., just after 6 a.m. today on a seven-count indictment issued Thursday in
D.C. A dozen armed officers were involved in the arrest, with an agent knocking on the door and calling out, "FBI, open
the door!" Stone is charged with one count of obstructing an official proceeding, five counts of making false statements,
and one count of witness tampering.
Probe Arrests Roger Stone. Veteran political operative Roger Stone has been arrested in Florida, according to
the office of the special counsel led by Robert Mueller. A statement from special counsel spokesman Peter Carr
reads: "The indictment, which was unsealed upon arrest, contains seven counts: one count of obstruction of an official
proceeding, five counts of false statements, and one count of witness tampering." CNN claims to have video in which FBI
agents are heard pounding on the door of Stone's home in Fort Lauderdale, FL, this morning where he was arrested.
You Know James Comey's Former Special Assistant Now Works For CNN? Might Explain Today's Morning Raid Coverage. Just a
coincidence, right? The FBI conducts an early morning raid on Roger Stone's Florida home and the only news organization who
happens to be there to film it all in Zero Dark 30 style is CNN. Remarkable. Well, that is until you realize
the direct link between former FBI head James Comey and a man who is currently employed by CNN. Mr. Comey is an already admitted
leaker of classified information to the media. (Yet has never faced prosecution for that crime.) Is it really a stretch
to say his hands are all over this CNN "scoop" of the Roger Stone raid?
on Why They Have Video of Roger Stone's Arrest: We Had a Hunch It'd Happen. Americans awoke Friday
morning to find that, as expected, Trump associate and InfoWars fan Roger Stone been arrested by the FBI at his
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida home on seven counts related to the Trump-Russia probe. But what made this long-expected
arrest surprsing? Well, somehow CNN had a camera and producer on scene for the arrest, airing by 6:37 a.m.
Eastern providing footage of armed agents swarming his house. According to CNN, they just had a hunch.
Stone Indictment Uses Russia 'Hack' Conclusions from Google-Linked Company. Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller
opens his office's indictment of Roger Stone, a former associate of President Donald Trump, by citing information that relies
on an outside company's independent assessment that Russia hacked the servers of the Democratic National Committee (DNC).
The indictment immediately implies that WikiLeaks released emails stolen by Russians who allegedly hacked the DNC servers,
going on to document alleged communication between Stone and WikiLeaks in part using intermediaries.
Stone vows to fight charges in Mueller probe, calls indictment 'politically motivated'. Former Trump adviser
Roger Stone vowed during a dramatic press conference outside a federal courthouse in Florida on Friday afternoon [1/25/2019]
to fight the charges of witness tampering, obstruction and false statements brought by Special Counsel Robert Mueller,
calling the charges "politically motivated" while insisting he would not turn against President Trump. "I will plead
not guilty to these charges," Stone told reporters, speaking over hecklers. "I will defeat them in court. This is
a politically-motivated investigation."
show of force in Roger Stone arrest spurs criticism of Mueller tactics. The FBI's pre-dawn arrest of President
Trump's ex-adviser Roger Stone at his Florida home prompted critics to once again question the tactics of Special Counsel
Robert Mueller, after more than a dozen special agents clad in tactical gear raided Stone's property Friday [1/25/2019].
Stone, 66, was taken into custody early Friday after being indicted by a federal grand jury a day earlier as part of
Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling and potential collusion with Trump campaign associates during the 2016
presidential election. CNN, which conveniently happened to be staking out Stone's Fort Lauderdale home, posted video
of the arrest that showed a team of FBI agents with guns banging on Stone's door and demanding that he come outside.
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Updated October 27, 2020.