Former Trump adviser Roger Stone has come out with a bombshell admission that everyone in America should be paying attention to.
The FBI “framed” him.
Stone says he was “essentially framed” in 2019 when the FBI stormed Roger’s home to arrest him.
The story came out on Newsmax TV’s “Rob Schmitt Tonight.”
“Pretty extraordinary,” Stone said in regards to his 2019 incident. “What most people don’t know is that one year after my pardon, when a federal judge ordered the Department of Justice to release Robert Mueller’s long-secret redacted report, he admitted that he had found quote ‘no factual evidence against Roger Stone regarding WikiLeaks collaboration, Russian collusion or the phishing and publication of John Podesta’s emails.’ So, I was essentially framed and subjected to this 6 a.m. raid.”
“They actually spoke to my lawyers. My lawyers spoke to the special counsel’s office the day before they simply told me that I was going to be charged. No matter how outrageous charge, I would have turned myself in. It cost taxpayers $1.1 million to conduct this raid, which was all done for the benefit of CNN. So, I was arrested, Rob, at 6:06. At 6:11, a producer at CNN texted a copy of my indictment to one of my attorneys, but that indictment was sealed until 9:30 that morning when it was unsealed by a magistrate.”
“The leak of an arrest or search warrant is a felony, but we have a two-tiered justice system in this country,” Stone concluded.
The lesson here? The raid on Trump probably wasn’t anymore legit than Stone’s was.
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