Roger Stone gave an interview to David Knight on the Alex Jones Show on January 10, 2017.
Stone had been very ill with a virus but managed to hand his manuscript for his upcoming book The Making of the President 2016 into editors on time.
He told Knight that he had a fever for ten days and had to have IV hydration in hospital. Strangely enough, Alex Jones had a really bad cold with a highly congested chest around the same time. Both men take the Infowars set of nutraceuticals and are usually in robust health. Hmm.
Anyway, Stone spoke at length about:
the relentless Russian hacking canard
extraordinary lengths … the intelligence agencies have gone with this narrative, including John McCain … incredible.
Once again, he emphasised:
There is no proof.
He alleged that outgoing CIA director John Brennan:
is a thug with a motive.
He mentioned a local New York report on WBAI which discussed Trump’s plan to reform the intelligence services. Stone thought the intelligence community would be highly resistant to change.
Stone also said he did not think Julian Assange was guilty of any of the charges of sexual misconduct:
Whatever Assange had was unspecified dynamite … They [allegations against him] do not prove anything.
I don’t know, but the longer this goes on, the more empathy Assange will receive from members of the public who have recently become red pilled.
Stone mentioned John Podesta, who alleged he had some involvement with the Russians. Stone said Podesta posted a message to that effect on October 11, roughly a month before the election.
He said such accusations showed that the Democrats were ‘uniformly determined’ to prevent Trump from becoming president.
He was displeased that Obama was sending US troops to Poland when Trump:
wants to make a deal for peace
with Vladimir Putin.
Turning to the election, Stone said it would not have been possible for the Russians to hack voting machines because they are not networked to each other.
As for documents, however:
in all candour … the Saudis, Russians [and more] have all hacked our documents.
He also alleged that the Turkish government has a copy of the 650,000 Weiner/Abedin emails.
Talk turned to the inauguration. Stone thought that there could be riots or harassment of Trump supporters, because of the atmosphere fomented by David Brock, assisted in the background by George Soros:
Agitprop … phony.
He mentioned the Deploraball on Thursday, January 19. The event sold out quickly. Stone said it will be the people’s celebration featuring many speakers. He thought that might be a target of protesters and people who wish to do attendees physical harm. It could be:
the primo event … Chicago 1968.
Sadly, he could be right. On January 16, James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas released an undercover film made at Comet Ping Pong — hmm! — about plans to disrupt it with butyric acid. The video tells us the event is being held at the National Press Building. A little butyric acid goes a long way. If such an attack is successful, the whole building would stink and guests with asthma or heart conditions could end up in hospital. Project Veritas has already been in touch with the authorities:
On January 13, Stone wrote a long article, published on his website and on The Daily Caller, ‘The Tedious Russian Hacking Lie Recycled’. Excerpts follow:
My specific tweet on August 16th, 2016 saying “Podesta’s time in the barrel will come soon enough.” needs to be seen in context. I posted this at a time that Podesta and his allies were savaging Paul Manafort with a series of leaks and false claims regarding his business activities in Ukraine. I knew from my own research that Podesta had been involved in money laundering for the Clinton Foundation and the Russian Mob. My tweet is a specific reference to an article I posted online on Stone Cold Truth.com on October 13th. It’s important to note that none of the information regarding Podesta’s activities in this article comes from WikiLeaks in their subsequent releases. The two are not connected …
That Obama’s CIA Director John Brennan, who refused to be sworn into office with a Bible, insists that there is no link between Islam and terrorism and has a long documented history of activism in the US Communist Party “predicted” the Russian hacking before the election and insists it happened now gives one little comfort. This creep is likely a Saudi mole. He’s the progenitor of this report without proof.
More likely there are no attachments because they don’t exist. The FBI wasting the President’s time now with a clearly fabricated memo accusing Trump of sexual impropriety supposedly while visiting Moscow that was allegedly written by a British Secret Agent with zero documentation shows the depths they will descend to use the official status of their agencies to smear Trump. 007 should learn how to spell, by the way.
The increasingly demented John McCain’s role moving this piece of poison by obtaining it and passing onto the deeply compromised FBI Director James Comey is beneath contempt. I would tell Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell that either the Senate Republicans censure McCain or Trump will withdraw the appointment of Mrs. Mitch McConnell to be Secretary of Transportation, a stupid appointment anyway given that she was the longest-serving member of the failed Bush cabinet who has prospered in the swamp.
Mrs Mitch McConnell is Elaine Chao. On January 13, AM New York reported:
In a friendly hearing, Chao defended Trump’s $1 trillion infrastructure plan as a “bold vision” and said it will require cooperation with investors, Congress and the administration …
Chao, who is married to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, is expected to be easily confirmed by the Senate.
It is unclear why Trump made this appointment other than — maybe — to keep Mitch McConnell, an anti-Trump man, sweet.
The Investigative Fund, part of The Nation Institute (take it for what it’s worth), published a lengthy feature in 2014 on Chao’s family shipping company and their family history. One of their ships, the Ping May, was seized that year when a large cocaine shipment, hidden amongst coal, was found. The narcotics were headed for Europe:
… the Republican Senate minority leader has the closest of ties to the owner of the Ping May, the vessel containing the illicit materials: the Foremost Maritime Corporation, a firm founded and owned by McConnell’s in-laws, the Chao family.
Though Foremost has played a pivotal role in McConnell’s life, bestowing the senator with most of his personal wealth and generating thousands in donations to his campaign committees, the drug bust went unnoticed in Kentucky, where every bit of McConnell-related news has generated fodder for the campaign trail. That’s because, like many international shipping companies, Chao’s firm is shrouded from public view, concealing its identity and limiting its legal liability through an array of tax shelters and foreign registrations. Registered through a limited liability company in the Marshall Islands, the Ping May flies the Liberian flag.
McConnell’s ties to the Chaos go back to the late 1980s, when James Chao began donating to the senator. In 1993, McConnell married James’s daughter, Elaine Chao, a Republican activist and former Reagan administration official who would later serve as secretary of labor in the George W. Bush cabinet. James Chao emigrated to the United States from Taiwan, and founded the Foremost Maritime Corporation upon settling in New York. The company has grown significantly over the years, from acting as maritime agent during the Vietnam War to controlling a fleet of approximately sixteen dry-bulk cargo ships in operation today …
So far, Chao and Jeff Sessions have had the easiest Senate hearings. That could be because they are already well known to the Senate. (As many of you know, Sessions is a US senator.)
Other proposed appointments are less clear. Republicans, such as Marco Rubio, could try to create problems. Rubio said he could not support Rex Tillerson. Tillerson told Rubio during his hearing that he could not condemn Saudi Arabia or the Philippines for human rights violations without having more information to hand. Rubio is in the GOPe and illegal immigrant amnesty camp.
Also, on January 16, news emerged that Ukraine was working with the Democrats to sabotage Trump’s campaign. The end result was that Paul Manafort stood down as campaign manager last summer. Watch the short video from Varney & Co. on Fox Business.
On Wednesday, January 11, Stone spoke to Alex Jones. He was feeling better.
The hacking story was front and foremost, then the media’s role was mentioned. Stone thinks that the American public will increasingly sideline Big Media, particularly young people. (Of course, this is no guarantee that people will turn to good sources of news.)
That day, Trump held a press conference at Trump Tower. Stone said:
Trump’s performance today was A+.
Later, he said, referring to BuzzFeed:
Trump gets the big picture and will push back against the fake news.
Some reporters, CNN’s Jim Acosta in particular, were verbally aggressive towards Trump. Stone wasn’t worried because Trump is:
the gut puncher.
Obamacare came up. Stone doubted whether Rand Paul’s ‘repeal and replace’ suggestion could work as presented, particularly with deductibles. He expected 2017 to a difficult one with respect to health care. That said, by coming up with a better system:
We are doing the Democrats a great service.
As for Hillary Clinton, Stone said that Julian Assange has:
which he hoped would be released.
He concluded with a few words about what Trump and America faces this year:
This is our last best hope for freedom.
He spoke about the elites and the DC establishment:
We’re talking about greed. They have finally worn out their welcome among the American people. The narrative is no longer possible.
This is why an event like the Deploraball is being held. There were three tiers of ticket prices, all of which were $500 or less. The cheapest one was well under $100. For those who cannot go, Deploraballs are being held across the nation. As their website says:
This was our election.
We emerged victorious.
I hope they have a great time in complete safety.