Roger Stone on the Russian narrative, North Korea and more

On Thursday, April 20, 2017, ITV1 broadcast Trump: The First 100 Days, presented by Robert Moore, who revisited a city in the Midwest where he had been during the campaign. He also met new people in other parts of the country, including Roger Stone.

The half-hour long video will be available for nearly a month. I enjoyed it. Trump’s supporters are pleased with his performance. Moore’s friends in the Midwest are getting jobs. Americans are smiling again.

Stone appears around the 21-minute mark. He spoke eloquently on the subject of President Donald Trump and Russia. He told Moore that he (Stone) had been implicated in these accusations. With regard to Trump, Stone said that the president could not be judged by ordinary political standards. He is his own man and the old rules no longer apply.

I have loads more Roger Stone interviews and segments from the Alex Jones Show to share with you. They will clarify what he told Moore about this nebulous Russian link.

Russian narrative

On March 16, 2017, Stone wrote an article for The Daily Caller, ‘The New McCarthyism: John McCain Accused Me of Russia Collusion’. An excerpt follows:

The one and only exchange I had on twitter with a hacker I am now told may be a Russian asset that came to light last week, took place long after the hacking and release of the DNC documents by WikiLeaks, making “collusion” impossible. I was also unaware at the time of the brief exchange  of allegations that the hacker in question is suspected of being a Russian asset.

The entire exchange is released, benign and is ex post facto. Not exactly 007 stuff. No collusion.

More troubling is that the story alleging malfeasance put up by The Smoking Gun is rife with information that could only be learned by surveillance of my domain and eavesdropping on my e-mail, phone calls and texts. If these were obtained through a FISA warrant as I believe and the information was leaked to the The Smoking Gun, that would constitute a felony.

The Intelligence Agencies pushing this false Russian narrative through a series of illegal leaks has hurt my ability to make a living and is soiling my reputation. The government is in possession of no evidence whatsoever that shows that I colluded with the Russian state.

On March 18, news emerged that the Senate Intelligence Committee asked Stone to retain any Russian-related documents. The story was first published in the New York Times. Other outlets, such as NewsMax, also picked it up:

Stone confirmed the letter, dated Feb. 17, but said he had first received it by email on Friday.

However, on March 19, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-California) said there was no collusion between Trump’s campaign team and Russia. The Hill reported:

Nunes was asked during an interview on “Fox News Sunday” if he has seen any evidence of any collusion between “Trump world” and Russia to swing the 2016 presidential election.

“I’ll give you a very simple answer: ‘No,’ ” Nunes said.

“Up to speed on everything I have up to this morning. No evidence of collusion.”

Nunes was also asked whether he thinks there are elements inside the intelligence community or FBI leaking information to undercut the Trump presidency.

“It’s pretty clear that that’s happening,” he said.

That landed Nunes in hot water with his colleagues on the House Intelligence Committee, more about which below.

The accusations did not stop, however.

On March 20, Stone told Alex Jones:

The inference that my benign … exchange with Guccifer 2.0 constitutes collusion in anything is disproved by the content, the facts and the timeline.

Also recall the physical attacks on him. A week before this interview took place, the car he had been travelling in was t-boned not far from his home. He told Jones that his sight was still blurry in one eye but that the bruise on his chin was healing. He was also poisoned around the New Year. People are after him:

If one would simply go online now and do a search under Roger Stone or Alex Jones, but particularly Roger Stone, you’ll see a torrent of hate: ‘Kill him’, ‘Decapitate him’, ‘He’s a Nazi’, ‘He’s a bigot’, ‘He’s going to be perp-walked to jail’. Well, we’ll see how this works.

Jones said some people clearly did not want him to testify at any hearings. Stone replied:

Here’s the problem. The Deep State was clearly using surveillance not only on Trump aides but — I believe it will yet be proven — on the man himself, not only in Trump Tower but in Palm Beach.

So we need to find out if this was done as a FISA court warrant or, in fact, if the Brits did this for Obama but to keep it off the books as a cut out — a very common arrangement among the services — and are now lying about it, which is what the cut out is supposed to do.

Back to Devin Nunes. His Wikipedia entry states:

On March 22, 2017, Nunes stated that “the intelligence community incidentally collected information” regarding communications between Trump and his team as part of their surveillance of foreign agents. Despite being the head of the committee investigating links between Trump and Russia, Nunes, in a highly unusual move that was widely criticized, went to the White House to provide this information to the president. At the same time, he failed to share the information with his Democratic colleagues on the House Intelligence Committee.[60] According to Nunes, the intercepted communications came in November, December and January – during the period after Trump won the election but before he was sworn in as president – and were not illegal. Adam Schiff, the ranking Democrat on the committee, said he had “grave concerns” about Nunes’s actions and described them as a “profound irregularity”.[61]

Schiff and House Democratic leadership called on Nunes to recuse himself from the investigation, and on April 6 he did so.[62] He had also received criticism from Republican Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham.[63]

On April 5, Stone told Jones:

Big news today … Congressman Adam Schiff of California now admits that there’s no evidence of Russian collusion. It’s about time …

The leftists have repeatedly said somebody’s going to go to jail in this whole Russian thing. They’re absolutely right. So, some people are going to go to jail, but they’re the front line of Barack Obama’s advisers and retainers who clearly were utilising national surveillance information … for strictly political purposes. That’s a big no-no, as you do know.

Even so, the Russian narrative continues.

David Brock

On Tuesday, March 21, David Brock suffered a heart attack at Media Matters.

Stone was hosting a segment of the Alex Jones Show as the news broke on March 22:

David Brock has just suffered a major heart attack.

It is one of two things, in my opinion.

The multiple crimes and fines he owes the IRS from tax evasion [are] weighing on him. Perhaps he has heard from the Trump justice department. Based on the public complaints against him to the Federal Election Commission, he is clearly guilty of numerous transgressions …

But there’s one other possibility: he could have been poisoned, uh, with a poison made to look like he had a heart attack, by George Soros, who’s very angry about the fact that he gave David Brock $30m or $40m and Mr Brock has nothing whatsoever to show for it.

More news emerged. A Politico reporter said Brock was preparing a donor presentation at the time. A mole at The_Donald said he was in a ‘screaming match with a co-worker’.

Stone’s comments might not be far off the mark. On March 6 — two weeks before — an Anon posted on 4chan. Someone at The_Donald took a screenshot of Anon’s comment, which says, in part:



Brock has been off the scene since March 22. There has been no news about him since.

You can read more about Brock’s machinations in Dr Jerome Corsi’s informative article, ‘The Deep State Lynching of Roger Stone’.

Gary Cohn

In his broadcast of March 22, Stone said:

The man to watch inside the Trump White House, though, or to watch very carefully, would be economic adviser Gary Cohn.

Mr Cohn has been very aggressively pushing the president to support a carbon tax. A terrible idea.

Ah, but the giant and … the largest beneficiary of this carbon tax, ironically, would be Goldman Sachs, the previous employer for liberal Democrat Cohn, who is Donald Trump’s chief economic adviser.

I think Donald Trump had the most dynamic, exciting economic proposal of any presidential candidate in this race. It involved a cut in the corporate tax rate below that of Mexico and China, which would bring companies back to the US to create jobs … It included a version of a programme to bring dollars back into the country for fair taxation, almost $2 trillion that is sitting offshore — or more. And, of course, across the board, a John F Kennedy [or] Ronald Reagan tax cut.

Please, Mr Cohn, would you focus on the agenda and forget the carbon tax that would be so lucrative for your previous employer?

North Korea

North Korea was all over the news on Wednesday, April 5, when Stone hosted his segment of the show. Stone told Jones:

It’s hard to keep up with the news …

We’re at the brink, clearly, of national — I should say international — upheaval.

Jones had already covered the North Korea news. Stone said:

Look carefully at the picture of those generals. Notice how all their sleeves are too long. That’s the worst tailoring I’ve ever seen.

They must be [ordering] them from China, [having] their uniforms made wholesale.

Here’s the real point … which is very much like Ronald Reagan: the North Koreans, the Chinese are about to find out that Donald Trump is not a cream puff.

He is not a pushover like Jimmy Carter or Bill Clinton or Barack Obama. He’s tough as nails, perhaps the toughest man I’ve ever met, and there is ice water in his veins when he’s met with an attack and he’s standing up for something he believes in.

So they’re about to confront an international leader who is unlike anyone they’ve ever dealt with before. The ass-kissing and the appeasement of our international foes — those days are over, my friend.

Jared Kushner

Stone continued his April 5 broadcast:

Yesterday on [here], we revealed a back channel … between the president’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and the rabid anti-Trump television commentator and former congressman Joe Scarborough [MSNBC].

And my sources tell me that the negative attacks by Scarborough on presidential assistant Steve Bannon have been orchestrated and manipulated by Kushner.

This is very disturbing to me because my experience, with Ronald Reagan and before that with President Richard Nixon, is that a White House staff that is not entirely focussed on the president’s agenda and how to move it forward will ultimately fail. We have seen this in previous administrations.

And, in this particular case, I have no personal animus towards Jared Kushner. I think he’s a very, very smart guy. I think he did a good job with helping his father-in-law win the presidency, but I disagree with the, I guess it was the Forbes magazine cover that said this is the man who elected Donald Trump.


Donald Trump is the man who elected Donald Trump.

There is no Karl Rove-like figure in the Trump world. There never has been. It is certainly not Roger Stone, nor is it Jared Kushner.

The man with the courage, the man with the foresight, the man who understood viscerally how angry the American people were and are about the two-party duopoly and the political establishment that has been taking this country down the drain in its acquiescence to the globalists, they had certain vulnerabilities, certain saturation points that the American people had reached.

Only Donald Trump saw this. The other 15 career politicians who opposed him for the nomination, they did not see that, this tsunami, coming. Only Donald Trump did.

Stone continued, going on to point out the danger with Kushner, his love-in with Silicon Valley and his lack of understanding of the American people:

In any event, we have, again, proven to be correct here at, predicting this White House contretemps and, while Mr Kushner has much on his plate … I fear either that he does not understand the Infowars/Breitbart/Daily Caller/Tea Party/libertarian-based electoral coalition that elected Donald Trump, nor do I think he understands the … threat made by Google and Facebook and others who are actively seeking to choke off our oxygen and end broadcasts, or, at least, the reach of them, like the one you are watching right now.

This is very real. I can tell you just by examining the … analytics of … They have a stranglehold on our algorithms. The number of people we are reaching is being dwarfed by comparison to just a couple of months ago.

On Wednesday, April 19, Stone said he did not think the Trump White House, including the Department of Justice, was aware of the threat censorship was posing to his re-election prospects in 2020:

Perhaps this is part of the establishment’s plan.

Whatever the case might be, Stone asked where Steve Bannon was in all this. He has remained silent on the matter, as far as we know.

As Stone says, when Donald Trump has all the information, he makes excellent decisions. The problem arises when he does not receive everything he needs and makes a decision that turns out to be flawed.

Stone might have to pick up the phone himself and get in touch with his long-time friend.


2 comments for “Roger Stone on the Russian narrative, North Korea and more

  1. mona
    April 23, 2017 at 7:03 pm

    Two points– If Trump allows an arrest warrant for Julian Assange,, Trump will make me vomit, Assange is one of my heroes. point two— Trump can tell China if a nuke from North Korea heads to the US, he will hold china responsible and nuke Bejing, as China has the power right now to remove the psycho in NK. What is there to lose?.

    • April 24, 2017 at 11:13 am

      Re Assange: last year, Trump said, ‘We love WikiLeaks’:

      On Friday, April 21, Trump gave an interview to the AP:

      ‘AP: Can I just ask you, though — do you believe it is a priority for the United States, or it should be a priority, to arrest Julian Assange?

      ‘TRUMP: I am not involved in that decision, but if Jeff Sessions wants to do it, it’s OK with me. I didn’t know about that decision, but if they want to do it, it’s OK with me.’

      Assange is a hero to most of Trump’s base. Trump would not have won without WikiLeaks, by which I mean the content in the Podesta emails.

      So disappointing — and in under 100 days.

      Still, he’s far better than Hillary.

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