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Did the Deep State Plan to Murder Roger Stone in Prison?

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Imagine for a moment that Roger Stone had committed every single crime that Robert Mueller’s team of professional witch hunters charged him with. Even in that circumstance, there would still be zero evidence that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia. You have to wonder why Roger Stone terrifies the American left and the Deep State so much. You also have to wonder if they were not planning to stage a Jeffrey Epstein-style incident for Roger Stone once he had been thrown in prison.

If you somehow missed the news, President Trump commuted Roger Stone’s sentence last Thursday. The 67-year-old Stone was supposed to report to prison this week, to serve a three-and-a-half-year prison sentence for misremembering details from emails that he sent in 2015 and 2016. That prompted an entire weekend of noted legal scholars like Robert De Niro and Alec Baldwin howling about “treason.”

Someone – probably DOJ viper Andrew Weissman – wrote an op-ed that had Robert Mueller’s name slapped on it, decrying the commutation of Stone’s sentence. The reason? Because “Russian intelligence agents hacked our democracy” in 2016. I’m just as exhausted from typing those fairytale words as you probably are from reading them.

 

A big reason why the Deep State has broken out in a flop sweat is because Roger Stone’s muzzle has been taken off. With his sentence commuted, the unconstitutional gag order that corrupt Judge Amy Berman Jackson imposed on him no longer applies. Roger Stone can blab – and he’s about to start doing just that. As of this writing, he has an appearance scheduled on Hannity. Stops on Infowars and Tucker Carlson tonight can’t be far behind.

From top to bottom, and from start to finish, Stone’s trial was a miscarriage of justice. The jury foreperson was a registered Democrat who had run for Congress in Tennessee. Tomeka Hart’s Twitter and Facebook pages were riddled with anti-Trump screeds. Yet Judge Amy Berman Jackson didn’t think there was anything untoward about allowing a person who tweeted #KlanPresident about Donald Trump to preside over a trial involving one of Trump’s longtime trusted friends.

The prosecutors on the case were demanding seven to nine years in prison. When Attorney General Bill Barr ordered his employees to recommend a more lenient sentence, the four Mueller prosecutors quit the case. That prompted the “impartial, non-biased” jury foreperson Tomeka Hart to tweet the following:

“It pains me to see the DOJ now interfere with the hard work of the prosecutors. They acted with the utmost intelligence, integrity, and respect for our system of justice.”

Uh… first of all, the prosecutors aren’t separate from the DOJ. They work for the DOJ. That’s like arguing that McDonald’s is interfering with your hard work when the manager tells you it’s time to make more French fries. And second of all, the prosecutors had no integrity and no respect for the justice system.

They had FBI agents with machine guns, helicopters and a CNN camera crew raid Roger Stone’s suburban home over process crimes. One also can’t help but notice that the jury foreperson was totally free to splatter her opinions about the case all over social media, while Roger Stone’s First Amendment rights were still suspended.

Despite the mainstream media’s remarkable interest and voluminous opinions in the Roger Stone trial, no mainstream outlet bothered to send a report to actually watch the trial and report on it. The media relied on summaries from Mueller’s team. Trump supporter Milo Yiannopoulos sat in on the entire case, however, so if you want a detailed read on what a travesty it was, you can check Milo’s book, “The Trial of Roger Stone.” A lot of the information that the public learned about Amy Berman Jackson’s kangaroo court was due in large part to Milo’s work.

The consistent theme all along from the Deep State has been that Roger Stone must be forced to shut his mouth. If they could just get him into a prison cell and then continue sticking coronavirus-infected roommates in his cell, nature would run its course. You have to wonder why?

I have no doubt that Roger Stone knows something about the non-Russian, non-collusion that took place in 2016. He might even know the real source where WikiLeaks obtained Clinton campaign advisor John Podesta’s emails (Spoiler Alert: It wasn’t Russia). And the really good news for all of us is that Roger Stone’s gag order has now been lifted.


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