Roger Stone

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Roger Stone Jr.
Political Party Republican Party (1961 – 2012)
Libertarian Party (2012 – 2015)
Republican Party (2015 – present)

Roger Jason Stone Jr. is a libertarian campaign consultant and lobbyist. Nearly all of his political work is on behalf of Republicans. In the 2008 presidential election, Stone launched a 527 political organization called Citizens United Not Timid to educate the public about "what Hillary Clinton really is". He has worked with Barry Goldwater, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, and the current President of the United States, Donald John Trump. He is the subject of a documentary available on Netflix.

Political views

Stone is a vehement critic of the Clinton family as well as the Bush family, having co-written The Clinton's War on Women with Robert Morrow and co-written Jeb! and the Bush Crime Family: The Inside Story of an American Dynasty with Saint John Hunt, the son of Everette Howard Hunt.[1][2] While most of the information Stone alleged regarding the Clintons have a factual basis, some implications made about the Bush family may merely be conspiracy theories.

Targeted by Deep state

Roger Stone with his wife Nydia
See also: Deep state coup

On Jan. 24, 2019, Stone was indicted by a federal grand jury on charges stemming from former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.[3] The indictment featured one count of obstruction of an official proceeding, five counts of false statements, and one count of witness tampering. On Nov. 15, 2019, Stone was found guilty on all 7 counts.[4][5]

In November 2019 Stone was convicted after Obama-appointed judge Amy Berman Jackson refused to allow evidence that the United States Department of Justice and intelligence community had never established if any Russian entity was responsible for the leak of materials from the DNC to Wikileaks.[6] A DNC contractor, CrowdStrike, with Ukrainian connections claimed Russian hackers were responsible. The FBI under the corrupt leadership of James Comey and Andrew McCabe, accepted the Democrat contractors word at face value.[7]

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