Roger Stone guilty on all counts

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Good. Thankfully Don barely knew him.
 

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Throw. Away. The. Key.

F'in guy *wanted* to be some movie villain. Well, here's your sign, a__hole.
 

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Good. Thankfully Don barely knew him.

Don didn't "know" any of these shadow monsters. They came to him. This is true.

When they first approached him, his campaign was nothing. He flatly told them "this thing is really f___ed up", and didn't understand why they wanted to push him. He just went along for the ride, and did what he was told. It was only ever supposed to be a publicity stunt anyway, for his new cable network.


He really was just too dumb to realize how desperate and pathetic American voters are.
 

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Don didn't "know" any of these shadow monsters. They came to him. This is true.

When they first approached him, his campaign was nothing. He flatly told them "this thing is really f___ed up", and didn't understand why they wanted to push him. He just went along for the ride, and did what he was told. It was only ever supposed to be a publicity stunt anyway, for his new cable network.


He really was just too dumb to realize how desperate and pathetic American voters are.

He's known Stone for years and had phone calls with him about Wikileaks. But you "no collusion believe me."
 

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Stone, Manafort, Cohen, Flynn, Gates, Papadopoulos....being associated with the President of the United States seems a direct threat to freedom.

Rudy Guiliani, come on down!
 

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The best part is he lied about having Wikileaks contacts. He didnt. Why would he lie under oath about that? Only ego.
 

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Definitely a dude with a past. His career in dirty tricks goes further back even than his role in the Watergate scandal--I think he even pulled dirty tricks in the 60s AGAINST Nixon. He reminds me of one of those Bond villain henchmen.
 

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Stone's a nut, but at the end of the day this is yet another Trump associate who got nailed on process crimes, after the initial Russia related charges turned out to be false.

Stone did himself no favors, but he was never going to get a fair jury trial in DC & some obvious political bias is evident. I expect he'll be pardoned in Trump's second term.

Witness tampering is a serious charge that can carry up to 20 years, but the others are all relatively minor.
 

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Stone, Manafort, Cohen, Flynn, Gates, Papadopoulos....being associated with the President of the United States seems a direct threat to freedom.

Rudy Guiliani, come on down!

In what way? Stone telling Randy Credico he was going to take his therapy dog away, threatens your freedom? Cohen paying off a porn star Trump banged, threatens your freedom? Manafort not filing with FARA to report income 15 years ago, threatens your freedom?

I see railroading these people on process crimes because they're associates of the POTUS as far more threatening to our freedoms. If the govt can publicly railroad these people, imagine what they can do to us.
 

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In what way? Stone telling Randy Credico he was going to take his therapy dog away, threatens your freedom? Cohen paying off a porn star Trump banged, threatens your freedom? Manafort not filing with FARA to report income 15 years ago, threatens your freedom?

I was referencing their freedom.
 

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I was referencing their freedom.

Well you're spot on about that. Associate with POTUS & the FBI will target you for political harassment. Again, not a single one of the people you listed was found guilty of the initial charges. In each case, some nonsense charge was leveled so the FBI could open a case against them, then drain their life savings, ruin their lives, & eventually slap them with a process crime. It's called persecution.
 

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Well you're spot on about that. Associate with POTUS & the FBI will target you for political harassment. Again, not a single one of the people you listed was found guilty of the initial charges. In each case, some nonsense charge was leveled so the FBI could open a case against them, then drain their life savings, ruin their lives, & eventually slap them with a process crime. It's called persecution.

Even though it didn’t happen like you say it did, of course, even if it did go down like that .... for these lowlifes?? Not losing much sleep
 

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Well you're spot on about that. Associate with POTUS & the FBI will target you for political harassment. Again, not a single one of the people you listed was found guilty of the initial charges. In each case, some nonsense charge was leveled so the FBI could open a case against them, then drain their life savings, ruin their lives, & eventually slap them with a process crime. It's called persecution.

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Hopefully one day the President will be able to handpick his head of the FBI to stop this persecution!
 

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Even though it didn’t happen like you say it did, of course, even if it did go down like that .... for these lowlifes?? Not losing much sleep

Sure, justice is only for people you like. You've made that abundantly clear.
 

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Hopefully one day the President will be able to handpick his head of the FBI to stop this persecution!

That might be clever if it wasn't for the fact that all these cases came about under the Obama FBI/DOJ.
 

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Stone's a nut, but at the end of the day this is yet another Trump associate who got nailed on process crimes, after the initial Russia related charges turned out to be false.

Stone did himself no favors, but he was never going to get a fair jury trial in DC & some obvious political bias is evident. I expect he'll be pardoned in Trump's second term.

Witness tampering is a serious charge that can carry up to 20 years, but the others are all relatively minor.

How does a good Christian Patriot like Don end up with so many criminals in his inner circle?
 

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At one point in 2008, while Hillary Clinton was first running for president, Stone was sitting in a bar conducting an informal focus group about the former first lady and hatched a toxic and offensive idea for thwarting her. He filed some paperwork with the IRS and created an independent political group called Citizens United Not Timid—also known as C***. He recruited Jeff Jones, a DJ-bartender from Miami who went by the name of Noodles (not to be confused with this DJ Noodles), to serve as its chairman. Stone’s group set up a couple of websites, including WhatIsHillary.com, which featured a logo designed to look like a woman’s crotch. Its main mission was to sell T-shirts with this image and the words, “To educate the public about what Hillary Clinton really is.”

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How does a good Christian Patriot like Don end up with so many criminals in his inner circle?

Not hard to understand. Sick the FBI on any person and everyone they know can be charged/convicted in no time. Yourself included. It's what they do in Communist countries.
 

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At one point in 2008, while Hillary Clinton was first running for president, Stone was sitting in a bar conducting an informal focus group about the former first lady and hatched a toxic and offensive idea for thwarting her. He filed some paperwork with the IRS and created an independent political group called Citizens United Not Timid—also known as C***. He recruited Jeff Jones, a DJ-bartender from Miami who went by the name of Noodles (not to be confused with this DJ Noodles), to serve as its chairman. Stone’s group set up a couple of websites, including WhatIsHillary.com, which featured a logo designed to look like a woman’s crotch. Its main mission was to sell T-shirts with this image and the words, “To educate the public about what Hillary Clinton really is.”

Stone's the best.
 

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Well you're spot on about that. Associate with POTUS & the FBI will target you for political harassment. Again, not a single one of the people you listed was found guilty of the initial charges. In each case, some nonsense charge was leveled so the FBI could open a case against them, then drain their life savings, ruin their lives, & eventually slap them with a process crime. It's called persecution.

It's actually called pleading guilty to lesser charges to reduce your sentence. Also, Rick Gates pled to conspiracy against the United States, which is hardly a process crime.
 

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He deserves it. Weird dude.

LOL WHAT?

You realize the crimes he committed were done promoting and protecting the same guy you promote and protect, here, daily. Right? The only political difference between you and Roger Stone is that he actually has money and power, and knows damn well he's a scoundrel and a liar, and he's damn proud to be both.
 

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LOL WHAT?

You realize the crimes he committed were done promoting and protecting the same guy you promote and protect, here, daily. Right? The only difference between you and Roger Stone is that he actually has money and power, and knows damn well he's a liar.

Why do you give him the pleasure??

He lives for these responses. It fuels him to keep coming here.
 

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In what way? Stone telling Randy Credico he was going to take his therapy dog away, threatens your freedom? Cohen paying off a porn star Trump banged, threatens your freedom? Manafort not filing with FARA to report income 15 years ago, threatens your freedom?

I see railroading these people on process crimes because they're associates of the POTUS as far more threatening to our freedoms. If the govt can publicly railroad these people, imagine what they can do to us.

Yes! I really wanted to hear what 4Chan was telling its faithful minions today. Thank you.
 

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Why do you give him the pleasure??

He lives for these responses. It fuels him to keep coming here.

Huh?? I already told you that KGF is a full-fledged Trumpie who is really "that way" and certainly no troll. It's about time you believe me.
 
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