Yikes – Dramatic Footage Shows Heavily Armed Agents Arresting Roger Stone…

There has been considerable discussion about the ridiculously over-aggressive manner in which the FBI conducted the arrest of 67-year-old Roger Stone.  Now video is surfacing showing just how over-the-top it was. [CBS 12 Footage Here]

Multiple heavily armed members of law enforcement and FBI are seen on CCTV video knocking on the door of the Stone residence and positioning themselves such that Mr. Stone was staring down the barrel of multiple rifles when he opened the door.

“I opened the door and in my front yard, I was staring down barrel of two assault weapons and I saw a dozen other FBI agents in the background, all wearing night goggles, full SWAT gear, sidearms, and so-on. On the ground was a large metal device used to break down a door which was unnecessary,” Stone told Sinclair Broadcast Group Chief Political Correspondent Scott Thuman in an earlier interview.  Behind the house, more agents arrived by boat.  (read more)

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234 Responses to Yikes – Dramatic Footage Shows Heavily Armed Agents Arresting Roger Stone…

  1. humility2016 says:

    I thought maybe someone would put this up but I didn’t see it in the comments.
    Why does he exit the house in handcuffs at about 6:53 wearing light colored shirt and shorts then return at 7:02, still in handcuffs wearing a dark shirt and dark shorts. The shirt reads “Roger Stone did nothing wrong”.

    Where did the different clothes come from?
    Why the different clothes and who provided them where?
    Did the FBI bring him a change of clothes?
    (J/K) How did he get a different shirt on while in handcuffs?

    Also, what is the source of light that flashes on the floor of the porch as they are waiting and knocking?

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    • Joemama says:

      There was no change of clothing. The early video was taken in infrared light. The black shirts of Stone and the FBI agents look white. The later video was taken in visible light and all colors look like our eyes see them.

      I suspect that Mr. Stone’s surveillance video switched from infrared mode to visible mode, once the porch lights were turned on some time after he was arrested and handcuffed.

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    • Florida_Frank says:

      In the first shot, the camera is using infrared light to light up the scene. In the second, it has switched to low-level normal color video. It’s the same clothes, but different lighting. I have a camera at home that does the same thing.

      I have two remote thermometer displays that I put in front of the camera. In normal light, you would say they are exactly the same. But in infrared light, one case is light and the other dark. Something different in the plastic case between the two.


  2. Joe says:

    Nothing stops until we march on FBI Headquarters.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Zippy says:

      LOL, you first.

      First we have to teach the majority in this country who evidently don’t know how to think critically that learned skill, deprogram them from a lifetime of propaganda they’ve bought into because they don’t possess that skill, then somehow tear them away from their games and circuses long enough to make them aware of what’s actually going on and, finally, somehow get any mainstream news media other than Fox to carry news of the event from a positive perspective or at all.

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    • glissmeister says:

      The problem is way bigger than that. Radley Balko? Check out his research. Great book too: https://www.amazon.com/Rise-Warrior-Cop-Militarization-Americas/dp/1610394577

      Liked by 1 person

      • glissmeister says:

        The national Qualified Immunity policy needs radical reform. No more immunity for malpractice, malignant or malicious use of prosecutorial authority.

        Prosecutorial immunity needs to be revoked in its entirety. There should be no immunity for malpractice or unconscionable acts allowed or otherwise directed by prosecutors against American citizens.

        Malignant, malicious prosecutors. Prosecutors need to be screened and routinely evaluated for psychopathy, malignant disposition and other disorders of personality.

        What more evidence is needed? The Roger Stone raid says it all. Prosecutorial immunity needs to be revoked. Qualified Immunity needs radical reform.

        Look at the national map of bungled no-knock raids, SWAT resource misuse and malpractice. https://theweek.com/speedreads/447874/interactive-map-paramilitary-police-raids-terrifying-depressing

        Liked by 6 people

        • Justin Green says:

          The Democrats want police to prosecute the innocent political opposition while harboring rapists, murderers, and drug dealers to prevent them from being brought to justice.

          Democrats are pure evil. Degenerate, filthy evil.

          Liked by 5 people

        • RLTW says:

          Yes! We are so fond of saying that in the USA no one is above the law. Federal prosecutors literally ARE above the law because of prosecutorial immunity. They lie to judges and juries, fabricate incriminating evidence, hide or destroy exculpatory “Brady” evidence, suborn perjury and target the friends, family and colleagues of their subject with process crimes. Federal prosecutors are caught in the commission of these felonies on a regular basis and yet the worst that can happen to them is that they lose the case. They don’t go to prison. They don’t even lose their law license. They just move on to the next potential “stat” who will potentially build their resume.

          How can you win in a court of law when the prosecution is allowed to lie with absolute impunity? You can’t.

          All of this is happening while the defendant pays for defense attorneys who bill out at $600 to $1,000 a piece. Within weeks even and upper middle class defendant will have lost all of their property, investments, retirement and savings that they have worked their entire life to accumulate. The prosecutors will be threatening to put their friends, family and colleagues in prison, almost always for 18 USC 1001 Criminal False Statements.

          This is about the scummiest most un-American and un-Constitutional statute on the books. You’ll notice that everyone who treasonous Bobby Three Sticks has indicted was indicted under 18 USC 1001. A little advice, DO NOT EVER talk to a Federal Agent or a Federal Prosecutor no matter how innocent and off the record it may seem. If you do, they can and will misconstrue your statements and send you to prison…unless you agree to sign a sworn affidavit filled with lies that will send their true target, your friend or family member, to prison.

          Every time I hear Brian Kilmeade or Ed Henry on FOX News proclaim that someone who admitted to lying to the FBI is getting what they deserve, because if they were innocent they would not have plead guilty and they would have continued the valiant fight to prove their innocence. I just want to reach through the TV screen and snap their neck.

          Sometimes there IS a man with gigantic brass balls who lives up to the Kilmeade/Henry myth (that Brian and Ed could never live up to. They would break and take the plea deal immediately) and who is willing to cut off his nose to spite his face, who is willing to watch everything he ever worked for burned to ash, his friends, family and colleagues also destroyed or prosecuted, all to preserve his honor and good name. Sometimes these guys win.

          Can this man with brass balls have the corrupt Federal Prosecutors be prosecuted under 18 USC 242 for a malicious prosecution and sent to prison? No, they have prosecutorial immunity. They just move on to their next victim. Can this man with brass balls sue the US Government and recoup his millions in legal fees and everything he lost. No, can’t sue the US Government. Sovereign immunity.

          So you see. Even if you fight to the bitter end and preserve your good name, you still lose everything. That is why every year thousands of innocent American people plead guilty to a lesser process crime in order to salvage a little bit of their lives.

          President Trump needs to focus on prosecutorial reform, not prison reform. If an AUSA brings a fraudulent prosecution they need to be subject prosecution themselves. If a judge presides over a fraudulent prosecution they need to be removed from the bench and dis-barred. If an AUSA loses a prosecution then DOJ needs to be held liable for all of the defendant’s legal fees as well as damages. This should all come out of DOJ’s fixed annual budget.

          Implement these few, simple changes and you will resolve 90% of the criminal justice corruption in this Country.

          Liked by 4 people

          • Dutchman says:

            All the “shoulds” sound good, but good luck trying to get them implemented.
            Congress would have to write the laws, and they don’t DO that, wouldn’t know HOW.
            Lobbyists write the laws, and their are no lobbyists working for,Prosecutorial reform.
            And, Congress is obviously in bed with corrupt DOJ, so it ain’t happening.

            I would settle for ; if Prosecutor violates DOJ Policies and Procedures, or Statutory law, engages in suppression of exculpatory evidence, witness intimidation, subordination of perjury, etc. the Prosecutor LOSES their Prosecutorial immunity.
            P.I. is then only applicable to shield Prosecutors who, while ‘playing by the rules’, and without maliscious intent, wrongly prosecute someone.

            Its more realistic, and would be hard to argue against.

            All the methods exposed by Mueller and Weisman have been used by unscrupulous Prosecutors for YEARS.

            I really wonder at the “terrorism” cases prosecuted since 911. How many were set ups?

            You do not get a 97% conviction rate, year after year in a system which is deliberately skewed to favor the defendant. Not without cheating.

            Liked by 1 person

            • RLTW says:

              You are 100% correct. The Muellers and Weismans own the system. You are also correct about the terrorism cases since 911. FBI “undercover agents” approach a group of black, homeless winos living under a bridge and coax them into making statements about bombing a military base. Give them some fake bombs then make a huge showcase trial about another “FBI Prevented a Major Terrorist Attack.”

              Total entrapment. Them old bums can’t afford proper defense attorneys. Slam dunk stats and media coverage for the AUSAs and the FBI Agents. Disgusting.

              I concede everything you say. There is no way to fight back within our existing system. It has become utterly and systemically corrupt. It would be a hopeless endeavor to appeal anything through the FBI and DOJ. FBI and DOJ are openly attempting a coupe against our duly elected President. Only a fool would think that they give a damn about the fraudulent prosecution of one of us subalterns.

              So I throw it back into your court. We The People can no longer fight back within the legal system since the legal system has been thoroughly corrupted and weaponized against us. So by your rationale I suppose we are all destined to become Communist peasant serfs.

              Our founding fathers anticipated this and gave us another option.


              • Keith D. Rodebush says:

                Defenestration is the only thing that will work. But sadly the peasants don’t storm the castle anymore. We are fat, lazy and cowed. As much as we like to rant; that probably won’t change for some time. Trump may actually have the effect of postponing Civil War II. But it will happen. We are too divided to ever come together again. I will not compromise with Marxists.


          • JoAnn Leichliter says:

            I think the victims of the Whitey Bulger fiasco (those who survived their false imprisonment) did sue the government and get very big compensation (Mueller-driven mess). Same with the professor that Mueller hounded from job to job after the post-9/11 anthrax attack (totally innocent, no good reason to think he did it, but life ruined; actual perpetrator subsequently committed suicide). These were federal cases.


        • truthseeker39525 says:

          The true and correct name of Mueller’s so-called ‘attack dog’ is Andrew Heinrich Himmler-Weissmann.


      • Larry Folds says:

        True. Unless you live in a Gomer Pyle-like small city, the cops today aren’t your average neighborhood good old boys who helps old ladies with carrying the grocery bags to her car. These are men and women who mostly despise the civilians and would shoot the s–t out of you given the opportunity. Aim and fire is how they are taught. I won’t even talk to a cop anymore. Try it, I’ll guarantee he’ll be short with you and probably rude as hell. In his eyes we are the enemy.


  3. MaineCoon says:

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    • Zippy says:

      Yada, yada, yada!

      Liked by 2 people

      • Zaza says:

        McTurtle is about to propose a Strengthening FISA abUSE act, of which he will be incredibly proud of…

        Liked by 1 person

        • JoAnn Leichliter says:

          The FISA Court is a Star Chamber and needs to be abolished.


          • farrier105 says:

            Here’s how it works:

            Step 1–Use terror attacks as an excuse to put all citizens under surveillance 24/7 and save all the results of the surveillance for future use.

            Step 2–Lie to access that huge database at will to “build” as opposed to “proving” cases.

            Step 3–Use the data illegally obtained to perform “parallel construction” of the “case” so that the illegal accessing of the NSA data is not discovered by the defense.

            And that is how it works. People can decide for themselves about the terror attacks as to whether or not they were–in essence–serendipity for those people.


  4. Perot Conservative says:

    I would be so tempted to booby trap my sprinklers to spray across the walkway when ‘strangers arrive at 5 AM.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Dutchman says:

      Spray what? Be a shame if you accidentally hooked them up to, oh I don’t know say the SEWER line, lol.

      Stone was expecting them, I would bet.


    • Jederman says:

      It’s FL. They’ll add an additional charge if it’s not the approved sprinkler day.

      They should, but likely don’t, feel embarrassed and ashamed to move on Stone’s house like that. So much for the “rank and file” are American heroes but the management is corrupt, line of BS. Gotta protect the pension, dontcha know.


  5. tyshab says:


    This is about the same happening to Eddie Gallagher, Navy SEAL
    I also remember the same happening in WI during Scott Walker early days and the union chaos. Members of his staff were targeted and SWATted. They were put under a gag order which one finally broke after months of persecution.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Rock Knutne says:

      Tyshab ~
      You’re right on it.

      They just threw out the ‘John Doe’ cases in Wisconsin. Those were the cases that Andrew Weissman directed the FBI to target Walker’s Tea Party leaders and their families in the exact same type of raids as the Roger Stone raid.


  6. Curt says:

    The FBI is a criminal “police state” organization. And that comes from someone who was in law enforcement for over 40 years.

    Liked by 5 people

  7. TreeperInTraining says:

    Thats what the proverbial boot on the neck looks like…and it’s almost always brought to you by the loving left.


    Liked by 3 people

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  10. Coast says:

    They got their opportunity to look cool and brave, and they took it. Cowards…all of them.

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Blaze says:

    This is when you need a clay more mine placed strategically behind the front door.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. Sparty says:

    Many of These HRT type ninjas or agents can’t shoot for you know what. The FBI admitted so themselves in their own comprehensive report outlining results of armed encounters between violent criminals and law enforcement. Astounding how bad cops and agents are with respect to accuracy compared to criminals.

    Like putting on football gear and amping up pregame, many these guys are all about the velcro kit and what they think are tricked AR platforms and have nothing to do but no knock warrant home invasions. Sickening.

    People would really awaken if Stone had a couple of golden retrievers he was watching for a friend and the tough guys shot and killed both.

    Liked by 1 person

    • mikeyboo says:

      “People would really awaken if Stone had a couple of golden retrievers he was watching for a friend and the tough guys shot and killed both.”
      You are correct. If Stone and his wife had been killed it would have been “unfortunate” and “they offered resistance” but if beautiful dogs were killed the FBI would be dismantled.


    • RLTW says:

      That is not HRT. Every one of the 56 FBI Field Offices have an FBI SWAT Team. Standards on the field SWAT Teams and FBI in general are non existent. Today it’s all about diversity and inclusion, just ask the FBI’s “Office of Diversity and Inclusion” stood up under Comey.

      A few years ago a man sued the FBI because he was dismissed from the FBI Academy for not completing the minimum 30-odd pushups required to graduate. Women, he argued, were only required to complete modified pushups (on their knees), modified pullups and significantly lower standard times on the runs.

      The judge ruled in his favor and made him an FBI Agent. He was clearly a victim of gender discrimination. Did FBI change protocol so that men and women were required to meet the same standards. No, they just eliminated the standards altogether. Applicants are no longer required to pass a physical fitness test. Firearms qualification standards have also recently been eliminated. The written testing is all take home. Sleep well America.

      Even though those FBI SWAT “Operators” can’t do more than two or three pull-ups or run two miles below a nine minute pace, they are all kitted-out like Delta Force. A bunch of millennial holster-sniffers. They live in a poser-world where the kit makes the operator.

      An honest commendation:

      Speed, surprise and violence of action. All 29 of you effectively utilized these principles of CQB to take down an unarmed 66 year old white collar criminal and his wife in order to further the effort of our Deep State to overthrow the duly elected President of the United States, Donald J. Trump. You are all a discredit to yourselves, your families, the FBI and the United States of America.

      Half-right face! Dawn blindfolds! Recover!

      Shots ensue.

      Liked by 1 person

      • JustinMurican says:

        25 year LE vet here / retired police chief. I was on a municipal SWAT team for ten years. It was a high-crime city of around 200,000 residents. We used a matrix consisting of several pages of questions that had to be answered before a SWAT response could even be initiated. Questions involved what the person was wanted for? History of violence? Crime in question violent? Gang member? etc. etc. etc. The case of Roger Stone would have never even come close to qualifying for a swat response, which means a couple patrol officers would have just knocked on his door with a warrant, explained it and taken him in. Likely would have never even put their hands on their holstered weapons.

        In reality, this case would have been assigned to a detective ( just as it has been to Mueller) and once it got to the point of arrest, there would have absolutely been a simple phone call made to the attorney with direction to surrender for booking.

        The fact that the surveillance video shows these keystone feds actually raising their weapons to a firing position to enter Roger Stone’s house to arrest him is just pathetic! Watching them all play “commando” around that house made me sick and lowered even further my contemptuous opinion of the FBI. They are a disgrace to law enforcement and must be disbanded for there ever to be any confidence in federal LE again.

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        • 2zymos says:

          Agree. But the major question is “how”? … And a FEW have been on target in response: very few so far.
          “A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state…”
          No other legitimate, constitutional, legal recourse is any longer available: legislative, judicial, executive institutions are the “criminal” actors… voting boths are not under control of honest brokers, and CERTIANLY the corrupt parties (demoncrap and rethuglican) filter out any “normally” motivated generally rational candidates. (A good rational observation from Karl Denninger https://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?post=235014).
          Police and FBI armed legitimacy and arrest authority is a derivative of YOUR individual rights: nothing more nothing less. When “they” are out of control and infringing your fundamental rights and property rights (implied illegitimately and tyrannically) and using “force and threat of violence to do so…

          “A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state…” — Its about to happen in several “locations” in USA.

          We have reached the level of INTOLERABLE.


  13. Paul Tibbets says:

    This is why I say every rank and file FBI agent needs to be fired.

    Everyone that has an FBI badge now works for the Gestapo.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Walt says:

      “… every rank and file FBI agent needs to be fired.”

      AND FORBIDDEN TO EVER AGAIN WORK IN LAW ENFORCEMENT. We do not need that personality or level of corruption in U.S. LE.

      AND the FBI itself shut down. Necessary functions — NOT including investigating possible federal government corruption — can be dispersed through the states with only an administrative/personnel office (with no LE powers) in Washington.

      The idea that we need a powerful national law enforcement organization for our safety seems reasonable. The reality is that that’s enough power that corruption is guaranteed. The FBI has been an ongoing player in a coup attempt that is still in progress. This effort WILL be thwarted and once it is, we must never run the risk again.

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  14. Besides the FBI, last time I checked there were upwards of eighty Federal bureaucracies that had their own SWAT teams, and still do as far as I know?

    Dear PDJT, is there ANYTHING your administration can do to disarm the EPA, BLM, and other eighty bureaus? Do government busybodies REALLY need their own SWAT teams? Please disband these if possible.

    Liked by 3 people

    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      Last I heard, the Dept. of Education had a SWAT team. It should be funny, but it’s not.


    • 2zymos says:

      Its tough to say & its tough to hear…
      We the people do not need, nor do we want to be dependent on, executive authority (even if it is DJT who I support and very much like). Even if he issued the disarm order, “SOMEONE” has to execute/verify the order… so then also, we SHOULD NOT and SHALL NOT be dependent on the standing army for our own safety and security: let alone dependent on “them” for our freedom.
      It WILL come down to the militia (presence, threat, even actively effecting arrests — possible even more). Violence is neither good nor evil — it is the purpose of the violence that defines its good/bad aspects — unwarranted aggression is “bad” and the FBI is fully engaged in EXACTLY THAT, unwarranted aggression.
      This is the reason they are coming for the guns: and our present situation is EXACTLY why 2A was written this way: (capitalized emphasis is mine)

      A well regulated militia being NECESSARY FOR THE SECURITY OF A FREE STATE, the right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.


  15. TwoLaine says:

    If mayors can boot ICE from the prisons, can the Governors boot the FBI from their states?

    Liked by 2 people

  16. Totally Domestic says:

    Last night I was listening to the audio book on You Tube: The Gulog Archipelligo by Aleksander Solzhenitsyn. Pt 1/7. He describes Jack Booted arrest just like Rodger Stone’s. I was struck by the very similar if not identical tactics used!

    This is very serious. The FBI has turned into the US Gestapo!
    Unblock out their faces & let us see who they are. We must not let this
    Happen without push back or we are doomed. Just listen to this book & you will understand.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Coast says:

      I would also be interested in knowing who these people are. Were they all “local” individuals? If not, where did they come from, and when were they notified of the pending raid? What function do they normally do?


    • tappin52 says:

      The worst thing about this is that it is President Trump’s FBI now. Is he going to do anything about it?

      Liked by 1 person

    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      Every high school student should have that book.as required reading in his/her “Civics” class, TD.


  17. Take your anti Semite ass back to ZeroHedge. We treepers are not Jew haters.
    “Bless them and I will bless you, curse them and I will curse you”. -God

    Liked by 2 people

    • Major Styles says:

      What does that phrase even mean…”Jew hater”? You are stereotyping an entire race of people.


    • Paul Tibbets says:

      Truly you don’t know what you are talking about. Knowing what Judaism teaches is not antisemitic.

      Go read the Talmud, Religious Jews follow the oral law in the form of the Babylonian Talmud, they take the precepts of men and follow that, not the written law in the Old Testament.


  18. franz dorn says:

    Wray’s response letter was due Feb. 5th to Lady Grahmn.

    Liked by 1 person

  19. franz dorn says:

    Wray’s response letter was due Feb. 5th to Lady Grahmn.


  20. franz dorn says:

    Wray’s response letter was due Feb. 5th to Lady Grahmn.


  21. mikeyboo says:

    AD Rem where are you?!


  22. Lulu says:

    America’s SS. Abolish the Federal Bureau of Jack-booted thugs.


  23. Republicanvet91 says:

    Anyone else get the impression these guys knew Stone was not a threat? If they believed he was a threat warranting such firepower, why the hell did they walk up to his door as if they were selling Girl Scout cookies? Why pixelate their faces?
    I bet many on the left will be watching this video over and over pleasuring themselves with the thought of Stone being taken down by guys carrying such scary looking weapons of war. The only weapons they believe should be lawfully possessed in America.
    And what was the charade on the front lawn? An effort to make it look like the guy was asking Stone if he had anything in his pockets…knowing full well a CNN camera crew was nearby capturing it all?
    Jackbooted thugs.


    • farrier105 says:

      The faces were pixelated in order for the agents to be able to work undercover one day. The media is typically invited to warrant service for filming and reporting as long as those warrant service operations are not expected to result in violence, which is why the lies about CNN. CNN was invited by the FBI or the SC office BECAUSE violence was not expected, which would mean why all the firepower? I can’t help but wonder how much of all of this is just plain FICTION. That is impossible to know. What we do know is they pointed automatic rifles at a 66-year-old non-violent SUSPECT. That is intolerable.


  24. Timmy-the-Ute says:

    The question is can the Special Council go after Donald Jr. this way. I believe he lives in Trump Tower New York where his father use to live and he has Secret Service Protection. It is hard to raid a Trump Tower Penthouse without warning and the Secret Service would have to warned. Also can Donald Jr. still travel overseas? Can he hang out in Trump Towers Philippines till this Special Council thing blows over?


  25. That guy says:

    Things like this are what make the FBI a laughing stock, a joke.

    Same as interviewing Hillary without being under oath, without recording the interview and only preparing six months later notes describing the interview.
    Or Comey claiming that he did not leak classified documents, just because he provided them to a friend, for the friend to do the leaking.

    I don’t know if to laugh or cry, what an embarrassment. I am surprised the new director does not commit Harikiri. Oh, wait, he is another embarrassing Moron, proven after he commented that nothing in his past had angered him more than President Trump shutting down the government. With all the crimes around the world and white collar crime in Washington.. that is what made him angry? Hahahahahahahaahaah… god! I am crying for the sorry state of the FBI


    • They give themselves away, we see this time after time with the President Trump coup d’etat.

      All of these absolute scum are supposed to be non-partisan, non-political. It is not only written into their institutions’ rules, it is the sine qua non, the universal standard, of professional character (any professional; I am a scientist, and thus also a professional). Yet they give themselves away so easily, as you noted with respect to Wray focusing upon being angry (he claims, no doubt with a Comey smirk) with President Trump for “shutting down the government” (that it is blamed upon Trump is a Democrat, Insane Left lie, which also reveals Wray’s mental subservience to them).


  26. L4grasshopper says:

    By any standard, a massive display of arrogant power used to try to terrorize a citizen.

    Wray should be fired…if not for approving this, then for NOT firing whoever did approve it.


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  27. Jason Ross says:

    Anyone remember Elian Gonzales? It’s essentially identical to the raid on Roger Stone.

    Twenty years ago, the same footage would have been used by the establishment media to argue that federal agents were grossly heavy-handed in their pursuit of a compliant target.
    And not just that — the media would have justified the claims of the father to send a minor away, unaccompanied, from the evil agents of said federal government and implore a certain Clinton to send him back to Cuba.

    WTF. I mean, WTF has happened in the last 20 years?


  28. TwoLaine says:

    “Multiple law enforcement sources say they used such force because it’s not uncommon to do so for someone who may be a flight risk, a danger, or someone who could potentially destroy crucial evidence. These are risks law enforcement has to consider.”

    Destroy crucial evidence? You mean like ILLary did?

    As I recall she deleted emails on her bathroom server, wiped it clean with a cloth and bleachbit it, and then dropped it off a heli into the ocean. Oh, not the ocean part, but everything else. And those emails were under subpoena and belonged to the American citizens, her bosses at the time. AND we know that foreign actors have their fingerprint all over them.

    ILLary that you took your sweet time to go visit for a non-taped, pre-scheduled interview, on a weekend, after her hubster Slick Willie had already met with the AG on a Phoenix tarmac.

    ILLary that you let skate when she and her cabal are as guilty as h311 on so many counts of criminal conduct it’s criminal they aren’t all in jail already.

    UNBELIEVABLE what our FBI and DOJ are capable of. It it time to end this.

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  29. brenrod says:

    robert mueller is truly a low life piece of shiite


  30. CountryDoc says:

    The one office/branch that is in control and can put an end to this, is paralyzed by the very investigation. Who/what entity/what group can stop this. We need a reset. The institutions are good. The problem is corruption, lawlessness. No way Trump or military, or a patriot group can confront the vast swamp/Uniparty/banking organization without violating the very laws we stand for, and which they do not respect. In fact they use the very laws they don’t respect against us as weapons because we respect them.

    Colonists had to break the law of England, being used against them, in order to make a better union. It is money at the top (federal reserve, bilderbergs, rothchilds) that are enabling this. Money at the top that enables Mafia. Money at the top that enables MS13. It will take decisive action at some level to end this. No 5D chess games, unless they are leading up to an event that tells the rest of the world — don’t even THINK about trying this again in the United States.

    If our legal President doesn’t make it happen (or is prevented by the corrupt government), the armed, law abiding citizens in the Republic must make it happen. If someone has any alternatives, please state so.


  31. sgtrok13 says:

    As a Police Officer and SWAT team memeber this was completely unnecessary and an investigatshould commence.
    My guess is that they were planning to assassinate him. Mixed agencies with one plant. Fortunately it didn’t happen.


  32. emeraldcoaster says:

    Glad to hear Rep. Collins ask the AAG about the storming of Stone’s home, and happier to hear Whittaker say the arrest process was troubling. Collins is a great foil for Nadler.


  33. Luke of the D says:

    I am curious how the FBI came to the conclusion they had to arrest Rodger Stone with such an impressive use of firepower – what where they thinking? Honestly, does anyone know? Has the FBI explained why they thought Rodger Stone was such a threat they had to have dozens of heavily armed men arrest him?


  34. Judiciary says:

    I have a feeling Andrew Weissmann was behind the humiliating arrest and over the top swat team.


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