Roger Stone on hacking, intelligence and more

Roger Stone, busy finalising his upcoming book The Making of the President 2016 (on sale from January 24), took time out of his schedule to host a segment of the Alex Jones Show on Wednesday, January 4, 2017.

Russian hacking was the first topic. Stone said he believed the CIA’s John Brennan was to blame for furthering the narrative.

He also alleged that Brennan converted to Wahhabism, refused to be sworn in on a Bible and might be a ‘Saudi mole’.

Julian Assange had given an interview to Fox’s Sean Hannity wherein he said that he has never met Roger Stone, although they do have a mutual friend. Stone said that is accurate.

Stone went on to say that the night before, at 11 p.m., a reporter from The Hill rang him to see what he knew about the Russians hacking John Podesta’s emails. Stone once again reiterated that he has no Russian connections.

Stone then took a few phone calls from listeners. A man who identified himself as ‘D’ rang in from California to ask if recent events pointed to a NWO takeover as biblical prophecy and perhaps believers should sit back and do nothing. Fortunately, Stone — raised a Roman Catholic — was having none of it. He replied that God would not ‘ordain slavery’:

Moses led his people out of servitude … We should be fighting … The struggle must continue.

Another caller, Andrew, asked about Obama’s legacy in light of Russia. Stone voiced his amazement that Obama allowed Russia to push him around ‘for eight years’ and that, only now in the final weeks of his presidency, is he talking about hacking and expelling diplomats. Stone reassured Andrew, telling him that Donald Trump would take office ‘on schedule’. As for Obama’s legacy, it was:

Too little, too late.

Derek from Michigan rang in to ask what Trump’s next big roadblock would be. Stone thought it would probably be the Supreme Court:

Trump has a unique opportunity to recreate the Supreme Court.

He thought that process would start before the end of the month, at which point the Democrats, especially Chuck Schumer:

will go out of their minds.

A female caller asked what Trump would do about what she termed was ‘the infiltration of Muslims’. Stone replied that there would be no mass deportations, however:

We need a new FBI director who isn’t in the tank.

He said Trump would also need a new CIA director who understands the danger of radical Islam.

That concluded the segment.

The next four years will be an exciting time. We are sure to witness dramatic changes to an entrenched system, one which has been evolving slowly since the second Eisenhower administration. He warned about the expanding ‘military industrial complex’. However, it seems to have become well established during the Clinton administration. Bush II made it worse and Obama was able to nearly set it in stone with his advisers. Thank goodness for Trump.

2 comments for “Roger Stone on hacking, intelligence and more

  1. January 18, 2017 at 11:12 pm

    It’s going to be never a dull moment.

    • January 19, 2017 at 1:48 pm

      As with last year, there will be so much to write about and so little time.

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