Roger Stone – Media Clinton Disinformation Will Fail
Trump Not A Quitter, Establishment Trying To Impact Fund Raising, Supporters
Roger Stone had been traveling across country and so didn’t see the latest flood of disinformation until he was online preparing for this appearance with Alex Jones. Stone said what he found was mind-boggling. In forty years of American politics he’s never seen anything like this. He notes this is even worse than what was used to cripple the Goldwater candidacy.
Stone spoke to Trump the day before and reassures the listeners that he has no intention of dropping out. None of what is being said about the disunity in the campaign or any of the other supposed insider information has an ounce of truth to it. Trump is not a quitter and neither is Paul Manafort. “They’re brawlers” Stone reminds us.
He asks if it is “coincidental that ABC, who seems to be taking the lead in reporting this falsehood, is the home of Clinton Foundation donor George Stephanopoulos?” Stone describes it as “an attempt to dispirit Trump’s supporters,” noting the long line of dirty tricks that have been forthcoming from the corrupt media in recent days. Naming a few, the staff mutiny, an intervention by Trump’s senior staff, Paul Manafort has given up and now phoning it in – all 100 percent false.
He says it is meant particularly to have a stifling effect on Trump’s fundraising, which he is sure it has accomplished, and to sow confusion within the ranks of Trump supporters. Stone says, “Knowing Trump, I know he is not happy about this smear, but that’s all it is, disinformation. This is something worthy of the Soviets.
Stone says the claims about the Russian connection to the email hacks are inoculation because the Clinton camp knows what is coming and it is devastating. Stone thinks that Julian Assange has proof of corruption and he is about to furnish it to the American people.
Stone addresses claims that Reince Priebus called Trump and “lit into him,” telling the audience how unlikely that is. He notes first that Reince Priebus is the only person in history of the GOP, since 1860, to have lost an election and still been retained in the position.
Stone quotes Winston Churchill saying “The rumor is halfway across the room before the truth has had a chance to put its pants on” as they discuss a similar effort in June to discredit Mr. Trump by saying he was being bought off to quit.
They can’t beat him straight up so they’re trying to take him down any other way possible. That includes the very real possibility of election fraud, which they cover as well.