Roger Stone Convicted on All Seven Counts – Sentencing in February, Faces 20 Years in Federal Prison…

Following a week-long trial a federal jury in Washington, D.C., has convicted Roger Stone, 67, on five felony counts of lying to investigators, one of obstructing a congressional probe and one of witness tampering. Sentencing will be February 6th, 2020.  [Article]

Judge Berman Jackson has kept the gag order on Roger Stone barring him from discussing his conviction until he is remanded to federal prison next year.

(IG Report Outlining Andrew McCabe Conduct – pdf)

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481 Responses to Roger Stone Convicted on All Seven Counts – Sentencing in February, Faces 20 Years in Federal Prison…

  1. J.Thomas says:

    The United States of America hides MYSTERY BABYLON.

    The United States is the facade for the network of globalist jackals who build the world in their own image at the expense of innocent people everywhere. The US has increasingly allowed the persecution of Christians around the globe, including at home.

    Expect a time soon when you will not be able to participate in commerce because of who you are.

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    • Ken Lawson says:

      J.Thomas – To your last sentence, that is exactly what Scripture tells us when it says that those who will not take the mark of the Beast won’t be able to participate in commerce. What we are seeing is the culmination of all things… in other words, we are in the end times. We have no way of knowing when Jesus will return to judge the world. It could be hours, days, years, decades, even longer. But what we do know is that time is running out and it appears that we might have years, probably not decades or longer. What we need to remember is that the Bible teaches that most people won’t get to heaven (it says the way is narrow and only a few will find it) and that many will come to Jesus at Judgment Day and tell Him they knew Him and did great works for Him and He will tell them He never knew them. This is the most important topic for every human to face. Politics, patriotism, family, or anything else pale in comparison to where each person will spend eternity. There will be no second chances once we die. Punishment is not temporary, it is forever. As important as many things are, where you spend forever matters more than anything.

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      • Julian says:

        Well Ken Lawson, it is fast coming up on 2 Millennia (2,000 Years) on the crucifixion of Christ.

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      • MaineCoon says:

        Amen.

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      • lgstarr says:

        The punishment for not accepting the mark is beheading (according to scripture) which means the Muzzies gain even more power and control.

        And think about your choice: shopping for groceries for you, your families and your animals (doggie food and cat food) and baby food…buying gas to get around (medical appoints, grocery shopping, etc.) OR beheading.

        Will not be easy, will it?

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        • roddrepub says:

          While I agree with you as a Christian myself I think this is why you are starting to see a big push for self reliance. People as are raising their own crops and chickens. I know you still have to have seeds to plant, but I think this is why this is happening. My two cents.

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      • lgstarr says:

        The punishment for not accepting the mark is beheading (according to scripture) which means the Muzzies gain even more power and control.

        And think about your choice: shopping for groceries for you, your families and your animals (doggie food and cat food) and baby food…buying gas to get around (medical appoints, grocery shopping, etc.) OR beheading.

        Will not be easy, will it?

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      • Rhi says:

        Amen Ken.
        “I am the WAY, the TRUTH and the LIFE, no man comes to the Father but by me” – Jesus. He also claimed “you MUST be born again” to enter into His kingdom. Ignore this at your own eternal peril.

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    • Justin Green says:

      I think the majority of Revelation was written about Nero and the persecution of the early church. John writes about things that “will soon come to pass” and which must “soon take place”. The people of that time could never have known that 666 represented someone like Hitler or Obama or Pelosi. They understood that to be Nero, most likely, as the Hebrew spelling of Nero Kaiser came to 666 using the Hebrew letter values.

      Additionally, a Latin transcript was found where the number of the beast was 616, which coincidentally is the Latin value of the Latin spelling of Nero – Neron Kaiser.

      That, and the list of Roman rulers – one who is, one who must rule but for a short time, etc., lines up with Roman rulers.

      For what it’s worth.

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    • old white guy says:

      The banana republic continues to expand.

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    • old white guy says:

      When lying to liars gets you jail time we have already jumped the shark.

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  2. Boots says:

    Tim McVeigh would’ve known what to do.

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    • J.Thomas says:

      Nope.

      We are not them.

      We are of the stock of disenfranchised from around the world who were resourceful enough to marshal themselves to collectively overthrow the oppressor in their midst. We are not terrorists who take pot shots at innocents and run. That’s the game of the Globalist Deep State.

      It’s time to get organized, learn the opposition, expose their weak points, and push them out of power.

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    • CW says:

      Good for you. I’m happy to see such courage – I will never EVER see violence against this government as evil or misguided again. – not when I realize even aides in the White House are spying on my president.

      The full time DC workforce is as evil as anything coming out of the Middle East. At least the jihadi’s are forthright in their hatred. The termites and worms who infest DC can’t be fired, and have no allegiance but to the state – in all it’s evil.

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    • Chimpy says:

      You mean the person that killed over 160 innocent people, including 3 pregnant women and 19 children?

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      • You must be talking about Hillary and Obama…only it was more people than that in their reign of ‘zero’ corruption.

        Ambassador Stevens might know what Boots meant.

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      • Pew-Anon says:

        When are we going to stop falling for the “lone gunman/bomber” trope? McVeigh was a patsy. You can surely figure out the implications.

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        • paris23 says:

          Who liikely worked with jihadists, according to many sources. McVeigh was also an atheist. I’m wondering if he was a leftist, too…..? He doesn’t really fit the profile of a conservative, no matter what the MSM might have said about him.

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        • Chimpy says:

          Don’t include me in that “we”. I have no idea when you and they will stop falling for that trope.

          I’ve already figured out the implications.

          And, please stop calling me, “Shirley”.

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        • Ron Panzer says:

          McVeigh absolutely did not work alone even if Nichols is included. Immediately right after the attack on the Federal Bldg. ALL AM radio stations were reporting that a “Middle Eastern” appearing man was seen in a van nearby and everyone was to look for “John Doe #2.” The next day there was no mention of him at all and it was all covered up.

          The great local journalist, Jayna Davis wrote the book, The Third Terrorist: The Middle East Connection to the Oklahoma City Bombing in April 1, 2004

          She did her investigation and found the guy easily: a former Iraqi “Republican Guard”

          The whole thing was ignored by the FBI because they didn’t want to find the real cause. It wasn’t politically what the POTUS at the time, 1995 – Bill Clinton — wished to do. So, they pinned it on Terry Nichols and McVeigh leaving out the real backers.

          It was an obvious revenge hit against George H W Bush for his earlier attack on Iraq. Saddam hated the Bushes for it (and if you ever wonder why they really went into Iraq for WMD that didn’t exist: it was for revenge against Saddam for the Oklahoma City Federal Bldg attack… to finish the job.

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          • Pyrran says:

            Another example is TWA flight 800.
            If we knew then what we know now about the FBI, we would have been even more skeptical about their conclusions.

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  3. FPCHmom says:

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    • J.Thomas says:

      I think that this is the beginning of the end of the US.

      Unless Barr and Durham come down like fire on these peoples’ heads, this country is gone and we have just experienced the coup that ended it.

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      • CW says:

        Barr is a Bush invention. He’s a company man trying to fix the reputation of HIS company. He’s a horse trader — McCabe threatens to take down X, Y and Z … so he trades, A, B and C ….lower down the totem pole. Anyone think he’ll mess with the CIA? har har

        I believe in my heart that any man who was enlisted by the Bush/Clinton/Obola crime families will deliver DC style justice. – not a house cleaning. Barr’s allegiance is to the reputation of a government gone rogue many many years ago.

        There are no innocents in this government – absent our Donald – in that filthy city – or it’s children in the state houses. Burn em – bomb em – drag em down the street by their hair. Means nothing to me anymore.

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        • DiodeBill says:

          I believe we shouldn’t get ahead of the IG report. There should be a load of crap coming. The dims are trying to get ahead of it. This should all be about timing. Our POTUS, I trust has his team ready to unleash a flurry of legal matters to bring this to the public soon. If not, please correct me when this comes to a head. Please, please correct me. I pray this will be startling based on what I have read. Sydney Powell, I think has a great handle on the Weismann/Mueller/etc., BS.

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          • Our side has its fair share of people susceptible to fear mongering. If Barr redeems himself they’ll settle down.

            Some of us have known about this for a very long time and we may forget that those who are just recently learning about it are still in the shock and fear phase, not realizing how much our side has gained in the last 3 years.

            We’re making the attempt to overturn nearly a hundred years of corruption and embedded bureaucracy. Even if he had the full cooperation of all the party and the judiciary, Trump could not root out this evil in only 3 years.

            He had begun and part of his goal is to build back the momentum of courage and standing up against PC and all the identity and other obstructive chaos fed into and indoctrinated into us the last 50 years.

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            • WR Johnson says:

              Gr8 comment, and I totally agree. History seems to repeat, and, this BS is on the point of being against our system of the constitution.

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            • oldumb says:

              100%.

              Can’t get hung up on the skirmishes or battles when fighting a big war

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            • John-Y128 says:

              This indoctrination and assimilation by the Borg has only gotten worse, witness the recent elections in VA & KY and many of the deep-staters are from our own side. Additionally, there will be no continuation of PDJT’s policies whether that happens in 2020 or 2024.

              Far too many conservatives are pinning their hopes to AG Barr for some judicial awakening and think their opining will convert leftist’s minds. Soon will have the same reasoning and justification as our first American Revolution, a lack of representation for taxes paid.

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        • Sadly, so sadly, I have come to this same loathsome opinion.

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      • margarite1 says:

        I wrote to AG Barr just now. I just thought he should know that we’re not all brain dead Kardashian watchers out here and that lots of us are aware of the injustice in DC.

        But yes, if Lawfare can cancel our votes then we’re done. This is a nightmare I couldn’t have conceived of before the Clintons came on the scene.

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      • Gerry says:

        Setting the Barr
        Stone’s sentencing sets the Barr”,pardon the pun. We will now see if lying under oath as Comey, McCabe, Lisa Page and any of the others will have the same application of the law against them.
        His case will serve as the contrast to the others. I have no doubt that Trump will pardon him and not let him spend 20 years in jail. The others mentioned above tried to overthrow a government. This is Barr’s moment in history. Two tier justice system? Patriot or coward? Your choice Mr. Barr. The world is watching.

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        • George 1 says:

          I hope Barr comes through. My instinct tells me not to count on it. The two associates of Giuliani who were arrested tells me that Barr was sending a message to Giuliani. Barr did not like Giuliani trying to get information in the Ukraine.

          Time will tell and I hope I am wrong.

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    • Zippy says:

      Meanwhile, for the “special ones”:

      Judge angry with DOJ delays in McCabe prosecution decision: ‘This is not a hard case!’ by Jerry November 14, 2019 06:06 PM

      https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/judge-angry-with-dojs-delays-in-mccabe-prosecution-decision-this-is-not-a-hard-case

      The Justice Department’s continued delays in making a decision about whether or not it will charge fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe with any crimes related to allegations that he misled investigators frustrated the federal judge overseeing a freedom of information lawsuit.

      “I don’t care what y’all do with McCabe,” Judge Reggie Walton said from the bench in the District Court for the District of Columbia on Thursday afternoon. “But this is not a hard case!”

      “Deciding whether you’re going to charge someone with false statements is not a hard case … not factually, not legally, but maybe politically,” he said.

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    • Dutchman says:

      M.C. makes a good point, but doesn’t go far enough.
      Stones prosecution tells you ALL you need to know, about BARR.
      Knowing what we know about the Mueller/Weismann ‘investigation’and how they entrapped Flynn, tried to entrap PapaD, and railroaded everyone they could, we KNOW this prosecution is BOGUS.

      Barr could have stopped it.
      Barr could have stopped the Flynn travesty.
      And, Barr could have prevented the execution of Epstien.

      He has done NOTHING, except appoint Durham, who has also done NOTHING.
      THEY have delayed the,Horowitz report, and no doubt urged Congress to ‘get on with the impeachment, cause I don’t know how much longer I can Stonewall!”

      In order to SOLVE a problem, you first have to DEFINE the problem.

      The problem is not the Democrats. In fact, we should all take JOY from the fact they are finally showing their true nature.

      Pelosi was NOT, EVER a ‘moderate’, who is now ‘forced’ to extreme positions by her leftist base. She, and the Democrat leadership have ALWAYS been Conmunists, who had to hide their true nature.

      As leftist, in an historically center right nation, HOW to prevail, in a Democratic Republic?

      Do what,Conmunists ALWAYS do; LIE, CHEAT and Steal. Its what they do.

      And one way to cheat is to infiltrate, subvert and corrupt the ‘other side’, specifically the other party.

      Decepticon Republicon leadership, in BOTH houses, are corrupted.
      They are Conmunist, “Globalist elitists” every bit as much as the,Democrats; they just aren’t as ‘up front’about it as Democrats.

      UNIPARTY means ONE party, two faces.
      Barr is part of the Big Club, that we aren’t in, and everyone has to recognise that continueing to have misplaced faith that he, Durham and Horowitz are somehow going to ride in and rescue us, or that Lindsey, McConnell and the rest of the,Decepticons will stop this ultimate travesty of an impeachment, are engaging in WISHFUL thinking.

      “They came for the Protestants.

      But, I was not a Protestant, and so did and said nothing.

      They came for the gypsies, …
      But I was not a gypsy,..and so I said and did NOTHING.

      They came for the Jews; I was not jewish, and so I said and did,..NOTHING.
      THEN, they came for ME.
      I cried out, but there was no one to come to my aid.”

      They came for Flynn, Manafort, Cohen and Stone. WE are next.

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      • Bubby says:

        Dutchman I’m beginning to believe there isn’t really a uniparty just those in Congress who have been there a long time and have figured out the foreign aid pay to play corruption scam and have gotten themselves, family and friends extremely wealthy and those who want in on it. There’s always a very small remnant not on the take. What would happen if America just quit giving out foreign aid? Just stopped? Most of it goes to the wealthy in poor countries with little trickling down to the truly poor! My guess is those on the take would be identified because they would howl the loudest. I would love to test that hypothetical! President Trump is being impeached solely for having exposed and for trying to disrupt or even end the corruption cesspool in Washington DC! Godspeed President Trump!

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        • Dutchman says:

          Oh, theres a UNIPARTY, all right. And it is out to destroy US, our Republic, and our President.

          Look at the co-operation between both faces of the Uniparty, to undermine the Tea party.

          READ Sundances excellent articles on Benghazi, where he explains Congressional leadership HAD to exhonerate Hillary, because Congressional leadership, of both “parties” was in on it.

          The same investigate to exonerate, with Gowdy leading, was used with Fast/furious, Lerner/Irs, Benghazi,; and for the SAME REASON.

          All the “Transformation” during the Obama admin, could NOT have occurred, without the aquiesance of, due to active participation by, the so called “opposition party”.

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          • CW says:

            Hell – our President can’t even have privacy in his own White House – the lifers who work there can’t be fired, or vetted for their treachery. It’s the same in every agency. The lifers run the show… and elections bring in a figure head with a limb member – who pretends to run the show.

            Burn it down…. this may be our chance to reach across the aisle to the anarchists, nihilists and libertarians who want the place fire bombed anyway. WE CAN AGREE ON SOMETHING….. then we battle for control.

            But for now? – an unholy alliance between Trumpets and antifa could destroy Washington DC ….. i want em dragged down the streets by carbon neutral horses.

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            • Dutchman says:

              Now for me, thats several steps too far. I would NEVER see myself as having ‘common cause’ with Antifa.

              Frankly, there are not yet enough of “our own people” to actually fill the mall, for a peaceful protest.
              I would be more,…enthusiastic about getting “our” people interested in SOMETHING more than commenting on blogs, rather than “throwing in” with such scum as Antifa.

              Still, when revolutions happen, they build, and build for sometimes many years. People grumble, they complain, a FEW protest, and life goes on.

              Until a moment is reached,…a collective moment when the populace reaches a tipping point. What my dear, departed Dad called the “There is SOME sh*t up with which I will NOT put!” or the “I’m MAD as HELL, and I’m NOT going to take it, ANYMORE!”
              No telling WHAT,will ‘set it off’.
              For those who haven’t, suggest you familiarise yourself with the story of the “Velvet Revolution”, sometimes called the “Singing Revolution”.

              Its a beautiful story, well worth knowing. A great counterpoint to the notion of joining forces with Antifa ;-(

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      • snellvillebob says:

        Someone in the DOJ or FBI gave Sidney Powell the 302 marked up with both deletions and additions. Do you know this was not Barr?

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        • Dutchman says:

          Do you know it WAS? Someone also clued in Sidney, about the misfud cell phones, complete with SIM card #’s.
          But, I don’t think it was Barr, or Durham.
          Sundance and I have exchanged comments about one or more possible ‘white hats’, working in DOJ.

          SOME of the breadcrumbs Sundance has followed, have no,…attribution.
          WHO made the decision to release the,Page/Stroxz texts, which were so devastating, for instance?
          Horowitz DIDN’T, he just indicated he had no problem with them being released.

          What about the,WRONG date, on the FISA warrant? If it was a ‘leak trap’, how come they didn’t charge for leaking.

          There are several unexplained anamolies like this, all,…helpful to ‘our’ side,…

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      • decisiontime16 says:

        “ Pelosi was NOT, EVER a ‘moderate’, who is now ‘forced’ to extreme positions by her leftist base. She, and the Democrat leadership have ALWAYS been Conmunists, who had to hide their true nature.”

        I couldn’t agree more!

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  4. CW says:

    I don’t know how our Donald gets out of bed every day. I am so exhausted by the onslaught, some days I just don’t look at any news.

    I am so filled with hatred for the government I’ve complied with for 72 years — I’m not sure I won’t be jailed as well. I am too old to take up arms. To shoot up DC…. But this bedrock American would shed no tears if an attack on that nest of devils took out whole agencies.

    There are no innocents in government. An aid in the White House can now leak innuendo to another aid at the FBI and voila! … we have impeachment – should the occupant be sufficiently outside the thinking of lifetime employees.

    EMPLOYEES – isn’t that what Mueller is/was? How is this man allowed to destroy the lives of innocents – even after the payout for the man/men who died in prison on false charges?

    Are they all demons? I now believe that. Government is not a solemn calling to serve but an opportunity for psychopaths.

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    • Dutchman says:

      I wonder,…..
      How well D.C. and the 5 wealthiest counties surrounding it would fare,…if the Fuel depots, supplying the gas stations with gas and diesel, from pipelines which run underground, for 100’s of miles, were to,….become inoperative?

      And the electric power, that crosses 100’s or 1000’s of miles of RED territory, to light all their offices, and run their computers, were to,….stop?

      NOT that I’m SUGGESTING anything, just,…speculating.

      On an unrelated subject,…
      THERMITE is an interesting material.
      Its made from aluminum powder, and well,…rust. You can find the recipe on the I-net, even from Google.
      Hottest thing on this earth, next to hot magma. Burns at over 2800 defrees farenheit, it is NOT an explosive, unless it comes in contact with water.

      Supplies its own oxygen. A small amount, placed on the hood of a car and ignited, wouldn’t merely melt through the hood. Hood, engine block, and the concrete underneath, it would burn right through it all,….
      Fascinating!

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      • Deb says:

        We aren’t terrorists. Go troll some other site.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Many before me have said the difference between a Terrorist and a Freedom fighter is mainly one of PERCEPTION.

          If you go back and look, our Founding Fathers were labeled Terrorists by the monarchy, and loyalists here in the U.S.

          And how else could one objectively describe the “Boston Tea Party”, other than as an act of Terrorism?

          Make no mistake, IF they are succesful in this coup attempt, they will come after EVERYONE who has expressed support for PDJT.

          They will want to re-write history, and eliminate those who disagree with them.

          And the answer is what? “ORGANISE”? To what end?
          Another Tea Party, so the full resources of the Government can be brought to bear, to suppress such a group, and expose its members to audits, citations for bogus violations, bankruptcy from legal fees defending against bogus charges?

          We may not be Terrorists,….but THEY are.

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        • CW says:

          NO – we are terrorized by terrorists….. you be ABOVE THE FRAY – Not me or mine.
          AND we are bedrock Americana.

          This is a terrorist government. Employing thousands upon thousands of other terrorists.

          You sound like a Jeb Bush goper…. “it’s all good. It’s just a few bad apples. The US government is saintly in its goodness” — , blah blah blah….
          No, it’s a nest of vipers

          I would cheer a good ole fashioned portable guillotine – pulled through that swamp.
          “Bring out your civil servants” – You work for the swamp? Off with yer head!! Anything less is pissing in the wind.

          Genghis Khan understood cleansing. No mercy. No appeals. If we don’t muster the stomach for what’s coming we will be exterminated.

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        • cheryl says:

          Was Jesus a terrorist when he cleaned out the temple? No, he didn’t kill anybody but even He had his limits.

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  5. Deplorab;e_Vespucciland says:

    From “Free Roger Stone” advocate Alex Jones today:

    “This is the closest level of naked tyranny I have ever seen,” said Alex Jones on his live InfoWars.com broadcast today. “This is a message from the deep state that says to anybody who supports Trump in 2020, we are going to bankrupt you, we are going to put you in prison, we’re coming for your children and we’re going to destroy you,” Jones added.

    In a private phone call with Alex that took place over the last few minutes, Alex said that the deep state was seeking to imprison or murder every influential Trump supporter so that no voices could speak out against the impeachment show trial being run by congenital liar Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA). The strategy of taking down Trump, he explained, has long been based on cutting off his supporters using a combination of censorship, de-monetization, “lawfare” operations and threats of arrest.

    This is on top of the New York Times now running smear pieces against independent journalist John Solomon, who has been one of the most consistently accurate and credible researchers exposing deep state shenanigans.

    “What went on in court today should terrify everyone in America,” Jones said during his broadcast, “… if we don’t get control of our judiciary, we are going the way that all the nations go when they are falling. What I confirmed from multiple people in the DC courtroom is so criminal, is so evil… these people are absolutely unbelievable.”

    Reporters who have been covering the trial have contacted Alex Jones, warning him that the Deep State is now leapfrogging off the victory against Roger Stone aiming to silence Alex Jones by having him arrested. The charge? According to sources, Alex Jones is going to be accused of calling for a mass uprising against tyranny. Such a call is not a crime by the way as it is enshrined in the Bill of Rights. When Democrats call for protests, of course, that’s characterized as “justice.” When Trump supporters call for peaceful, lawful protests, that’s smeared as a crime.

    _______

    “You are witnessing the deep state attempting to push this cold civil war into a “hot phase” of kinetic engagement. This has likely been their goal all along, to push America to the breaking point and unleash mass chaos, during which multiple efforts will be made to try to assassinate President Trump. It increasingly looks like evil is rising while good people are asleep at the wheel. The tyranny is not being answered. The people are mass medicated, fluoridated and inundated with 5G radiation that alters brain function etc. Our nation is under siege. To stay informed and join the peaceful uprising against tyranny, stay tuned to InfoWars.com, Banned.video, Brighteon.com and NaturalNews.com.”

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    • Julian says:

      LOL.

      This is Trump’s DOJ & FBI now.

      Trump has appointed patriots to head the DOJ & FBI and they have FIRED all the Swamp Rats at the DOJ & FBI.

      What do you think Trump has been doing for 3 years!! LOL.

      Trump’s DOJ is not coming after Alex Jones. What rot. A complete fantasy made up by fantasists.

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  6. Bryan Alexander says:

    (knock, knock, knock)
    (Open the Door)
    Me: Yes, may I help you?
    FBI: I’m Agent Smith, this is Special Agent Jones withe FBI. We would like to ask you a few questions.
    ME: I have nothing to say.
    FBI: But sir, we need your help in a ……
    ME: Sirs, I feel that your presence here indicates you are questioning me. I have NOTHING to say to you. Good day.
    FBI: Sir, you need to talk to us about…..
    ME: Agents Smith and Jones, unless you can produce a search warrant in the next 10 seconds, my next action is to call 9-1-1 about people trespassing on my property and harassing me. If you DO produce a search warrant, I want my lawyer, a stenographer and a videographer present the entirety of the time I am asked questions by you. Do you have a warrant? No?
    (press the Send key on the phone, close and lock the door and walk to my bedroom)
    Me: Yes, I want to report two men on my property. They refuse to leave and are harassing me. I have reason to believe they are armed. I have warned them to leave, locked my door and I am retreating to my bedroom and getting my personal protection device. Send officers now because I WILL shoot to defend my life if I hear them attempt to enter my house.
    ****************
    I never thought I would ever say this, but that is how you deal with the FBI. Do not talk to them.

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    • CW says:

      Your comment could be from someone on the left or the right. We all agree on ONE THING – government is the enemy.

      Without an alliance between blue and red – to take down DC – we will continue to be divvied up by identity – fighting each other – while they loot the country and the planet.

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    • Zippy says:

      That’s how you deal with anyone from “your” government:

      Regent Law Professor James Duane gives viewers startling reasons why they should always exercise their 5th Amendment rights when questioned by government officials. Download his article on the topic at:

      https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1998119

      3.485 million views

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    • Zippy says:

      I put “your” in quotes because of the study below, the truth of which becomes more obvious daily, doesn’t it? Voting “incorrectly” gets you nowhere.

      From the 2014 Princeton University study:

      Testing Theories of American Politics: Elites, Interest Groups, and Average Citizens

      http://scholar.princeton.edu/sites/default/files/mgilens/files/gilens_and_page_2014_-testing_theories_of_american_politics.doc.pdf

      Excerpts:

      A great deal of empirical research speaks to the policy influence of one or another set of actors, but until recently it has not been possible to test these contrasting theoretical predictions against each other within a single statistical model. We report on an effort to do so, using a unique data set that includes measures of the key variables for 1,779 policy issues.

      Multivariate analysis indicates that economic elites and organized groups representing business interests have substantial independent impacts on U.S. government policy, while average citizens and mass-based interest groups have little or no independent influence. The results provide substantial support for theories of Economic-Elite Domination and for theories of Biased Pluralism, but not for theories of Majoritarian Electoral Democracy or Majoritarian Pluralism.

      In the United States, our findings indicate, the majority does not rule—at least not in the causal sense of actually determining policy outcomes. When a majority of citizens disagrees with economic elites or with organized interests, they generally lose. Moreover, because of the strong status quo bias built into the U.S. political system, even when fairly large majorities of Americans favor policy change, they generally do not get it.

      …the preferences of economic elites (as measured by our proxy, the preferences of “affluent” citizens) have far more independent impact upon policy change than the preferences of average citizens do. To be sure, this does not mean that ordinary citizens always lose out; they fairly often get the policies they favor, but only because those policies happen also to be preferred by the economically-elite citizens who wield the actual influence.

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    • louche9 says:

      In the video below, the highly excitable but nonetheless informative lecturer has some helpful info about the danger of videotaped statements at the 19 minute mark. Best advice: Do not say anything, ever, unless represented by counsel present in the room.

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    • CW says:

      My message to Barr

      Horse trading takes a long time, eh? You trade A B & C for X Y & Z. McCabe walks – Comey too, not to mention the big boys at CIA.
      I knew when poor Donald hired a Bush invention – you would be just like the other Trojan Horses foisted on that poor man.
      Your interests are preserving what is left of the reputation of the United States government. Abroad. To hell with us.
      There is a special place in hell for the lot of you. All our President wanted was a fair shake for bedrock Americana.
      And they brought you in to feign some outrage. When you are just another one of them.
      Tim McVeigh looks better to me every day. I expect to die in prison or on the streets before this is over. I’m a 72 year old grandma – but my life has been for nothing if I don’t join 63 million others in wresting the republic from the likes of the Bush/Clinto/Obola crime families. And that means you too.

      So come get me. I’m in the book.

      Liked by 2 people

      • margarite1 says:

        WOW!
        If he got 63 million emails he might pay attention!

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        • Dutchman says:

          My only issue with this otherwise fine message; It is NOT “63 million” and hasen’t been since election nite, 2016.

          One of the reasons they are all in on preventing PDJT from running is not just that he will win; its that the margin of victory will show US, just how strong our movement has become.

          NOT 63 million, probably over 100 million, and rising like gorge, every day.

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        • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

          Nope. Each one is worth zero, nada, nothing.
          63 million times zero is still nothing.
          63,000,000 X 0 = 0

          The AG needs to hear this from his boss.

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      • Brutalus says:

        Love it, CW…….we have to start a campaign saying “we hereby revoke our consent to be governed” by this Tyranny….whatever the punish may be, whatever benefits we must give up….we will simply not sit back and accept this.

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      • L. E. Joiner says:

        I clicked ‘Like’ because I love your spirit. I do think it’s too early to give up on William Barr. When I see him speak, I see integrity, and a commitment to the ideals of the Founders. Listen to his recent speech on religious freedom in the United States.

        Wait a while. But keep your powder dry.

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      • InAz says:

        @ CW

        I sent messages to the Arizona cretin politicians, Barr and also said ” come and get me”!!!!

        Ha! Way to go!

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    • Chip Doctor says:

      Thank you. Message just sent. I urge everyone to send a message to Barr and forward this link to all your friends and ask them to do the same.

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      • margarite1 says:

        Thanks! – he needs to hear from someone other than his co-horts. I doubt he reads CTH.

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      • Brutalus says:

        Here is the message I just sent. Think of where the country would be if Sam Adams and the “Sons of Liberty” just gave up expressing their feelings because the British were just too powerful. We are the “Great, Great, Great, Great, Great, Great, Great Grandson’s of LIberty” and we must continue to fight where ever and whenever we can. Don’t give into defeatism and trollism, and remember the outcomes of Trenton, Gettysburg, Midway, Normandy, and November 8, 2016 when everything seemed stacked against us. Below is my message to Attorney General Barr. I encourage you to post your own.

        “As a citizen and an attorney, I am writing to express my disgust with the two-tiered justice system that continues to permeate the FBI and DOJ….Sir, our Constitutional Republic is founded on the consent of the governed….I hereby revoke my consent unless you do your job on the predicate for the CIA and FBI investigations into the Trump campaign, resulting FISA abuses, and continued what I believe was a coup when those investigations were folded into Mueller’s Special Investigation

        I have heard may of your speeches and want to believe you are an honorable man who will restore confidence in the institutions you claim to revere. But I must say, the more important task for you is to restore the confidence of half the citizenry who feel targeted and disenfranchised by the recent one-sided prosecutions of conservatives…. you certainly have a heavy burden on your shoulders right now and I am praying you have the character to resist the deep state swamp pressure to sweep these abuses under the rug….

        You have a chance to be an American hero who will deserve a place in the pantheon of past heroes like Washington, Jefferson, and Lincoln or you have a choice to be another corrupt, feckless villain, the likes that have infected the federal government in the past few decades. In closing, I have 2 small children who I desperately want to teach the virtues of the American system and values, but I must confess right now I can only try to explain to them why we have come to a place where justice is one-sided and the connected and the corrupt run free

        Like I said, I would like to believe you are a just, honorable man, but talk is cheap, so it’s time to step up and do the right thing for your country and punish the people who have perverted our system of government….don’t let us down, Mr. Barr.”

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    • Zippy says:

      Yeah, good luck with that:

      William P. Barr, company man?

      “What functional value was there to give AG Bill Barr declassification authority, if he is going to participate in allowing FBI officials to hide material that shouldn’t even be classified in the first place? If this in-our-face position doesn’t scream of a cover-up, then nothing does.”

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Barr

      “While attending graduate school and law school, Barr worked for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) from 1971 to 1977. He was first hired as a summer intern for two years. During his law school years he was an analyst in the (CIA) Intelligence Directorate division from 1973 to 1975, and then transitioning to an assistant in the (CIA) Office of Legislative Counsel and ‘agency liaison’ to Congress from 1975-1977.” [I won’t bother to post yet again the link to an image of his memo from the CIA Office of Legislative Counsel recommending that CIA document destruction should resume despite the order to stop same from the Church Commission investigating COINTELPRO – Z]

      “He wrote an advisory opinion justifying the U.S. invasion of Panama and arrest of Manuel Noriega.” [occurring less than one year after former CIA director GHW Bush took office – perhaps it should have been called “Operation Shut Up Manuel about that CIA Iran-Contra Stuff” – Z]

      “He wrote legal justifications for the practice of rendition, so that the FBI could enter onto foreign soil without the consent of the host government to apprehend fugitives wanted by the United States government for terrorism or drug-trafficking.” [Meh, I actually liked that. Fighting commies. Still, it was bending the rules. – Z]

      “On December 24, 1992, during his final month in office, Bush, on the advice of Barr, pardoned Weinberger, along with five other administration officials who had been found guilty on charges relating to the Iran–Contra affair. Barr was consulted extensively regarding the pardons, and especially advocated for pardoning Weinberger.”

      “Walsh complained about the move insinuating that Bush on Barr’s advice had used the pardons to avoid testifying and stating that: “The Iran-contra cover-up, which has continued for more than six years, has now been completed.” In 2003, he wrote an account of the investigation in his book, Firewall: The Iran-Contra Conspiracy and Cover-Up.”

      “Because of this and Barr’s unwillingness to appoint an independent counsel to look into a second scandal known as Iraq-gate, New York Times writer William Safire began to refer to Barr as ‘Coverup-General Barr.’ Barr, however, responded that he believed Bush had made the right decision regarding that and he felt people in the case had been treated unfairly.”

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      • margarite1 says:

        Well then you’re saying that POTUS will be impeached and the swap will be in charge until and unless we have another revolution.
        I realize it’s a long shot to expect any DC veteran to do the right thing but it doesn’t hurt to give it a shot.

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        • Zippy says:

          No, he won’t be impeached if it reaches the Senate. What I’m saying is that Barr is a company man and that writing him (his staff) won’t accomplish anything. It’s a waste of your time.

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          • Dutchman says:

            He WILL be convicted, in the Senate; with McConnell in control of the Senate, Graham in charge of the trial, and Roberts presiding, HOW can it be otherwise?

            Barr was allowed to be confirmed by McConnell, and THAT tells you everything you need to know.

            His bio is just gravy, as is all the travesties he has allowed to continue, on his watch as A.G.

            Bondo-man, false hope prevents action.
            Having ANY hope in Barr, Durham or Decepticons in the Senate, to save our Republic, is whistling past the graveyard, as the Zombies eat your organs.

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            • CW says:

              Fingers are in the wind. Should Trump continue to have coat tails – McConnell and Lady Graham will thwart him, but endure him.

              Both parties are the enemy now… THAT is why I want an alliance with the anarchists, libertarians… hell Antifa even …. for ONE united FRONT – to take down DC.

              ALL OF EM

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    • rebelinme2 says:

      I sent Barr a scathing letter as well. Thankyou for the link.

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  7. TarsTarkas says:

    I think Roger Stone should just say f**k it and tell everybody everything he knows as loudly and frequently as possible. Including mentioning Eric Ciaramella’s name.. He’s likely not to live twenty years behind bars, and that’s including the possibility of being Epsteined first.

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Stone has already implied through his lawyer that he expects to get the Epstein Treatment once they put him behind bars in some out of the way location. He needs to be pardoned soon and to he!! what the Mainstream Media Overlords say about it. They DO NOT run the country! And, it would be nice if we had some patriots running the Justice Department for once.

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    • redthunder238 says:

      Trump will pardon him for sure. 2021 I’d think.

      Liked by 1 person

  8. Truth seeker says:

    This is disgusting. Makes me absolutely sick to my stomach. This leftist judge was going to make sure he was convicted from day 1.

    Trump needs to pardon him.

    Liked by 4 people

  9. WVNed says:

    All those people died in WW2 and people worse than the ones they were fighting took over anyway.
    I would have liked to know my uncle who is buried in France.

    Liked by 1 person

    • redthunder238 says:

      Actually the ones we were fighting with took over(USSR.Commies). They ended up being worse than the ones we were actually fighting. Go figure.

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  10. Sepp says:

    The late Samuel Francis would refer to this as Anarcho-Tyranny.

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  11. Athena the Warrior says:

    If Roger Stone hadn’t sabotaged Corey Lewandowski and kept puffing up his in reality non-involvement in the Trump campaign after he was fired back in 2015 he wouldn’t be in this mess. Stone is the reason Manafort was added to the campaign. He was going on Alex Jone’s show all the time pretending that he was attending meetings in New York while constantly undermining Corey L.

    I’m not saying this should be happening to him by the corrupt Mueller/Weissman team BUT he never would have been the target if he had just quietly gone away back in 2015. He wanted to be the inside man so badly and be a big player that he was making up information about what he knew and his influence level.

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Manafort was added to the Campaign just in time to get Trump through the crooked Republican National Convention. He did that job perfectly. He, like Stone, was punished by the Deep State for helping Donald Trump get elected. Nothing more, nothing less. Anyone else get the impression that the DOJ is run by someone or something other than the AG Barr?

      (Oh and convicted for lying to the political crooks in Congress? That’s rich.)

      Liked by 5 people

      • Athena the Warrior says:

        Stone was the one doing a negative whisper campaign against Corey is how Manafort was added. Stone was his former business partner. He had to have known about his international dealings but he didn’t care. His only concern was getting rid of Corey.

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      • redthunder238 says:

        Oh it’s ran by Barr, it’s just that Barr isn’t what you think he is.

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  12. Just to clarify he was convicted basically about lying to Congress for saying he knew something about Wikileaks etc when he really didn’t ? It was a boastful lie ? Or am I all mixed up ?

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  13. TheTraveler says:

    One would expect that the Deep State–with its lies, contradictions, and naked, unrepentant evil, especially the media and the Democrats–would have collapsed long ago under the weight of their own corruption. Would have HAD to collapse.

    It makes no sense. As Sherlock Holmes said, remove the impossible and you are left with the answer, no matter how improbable. And that is that evil is rampant because of supernatural forces. In other words, the Devil is getting his way, and God is allowing it.

    Most of us have never lived in a time when evil was NOT advancing, and crushing all wins by decency with even greater, more enduring triumphs.

    God is not so much blessing evil as He is allowing it to run rampant. Pray and ask the Lord to show mercy and end these terrible times. He did not punish Israel at Moses’ urging. We can ask for the same.

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  14. sunnyflower5 says:

    He’s an American icon, husband and father.

    Liked by 2 people

  15. It’s interesting and in a weird way…. Coincidentally(Maybe not) that Roger Stone ended up in this situation….If you’ve watch Roger Stone’s documentary….”Get Me Roger Stone”……..If you’ve haven’t watch it, you need too…..Very enlightening…..I’m sad for our Republic…..Bill Barr nor Durham is coming to the rescue……That’s unfortunately the reality….

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  16. Raised on Reagan says:

    Interesting timing of the announcement of Stone’s conviction today. The DOJ sure delivered this in order to sway public opinion during the Impeachment clown show.
    Now, how long have we been waiting for any justice on Spygate? People with evidence made public against them simply let go.
    What has happened to Law and Order in America?

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  17. iwasthere says:

    I felt sick for Rodger when I heard those Boos at the Nats game at Trump. Some of those charges should have been thrown out on a directed verdict. But not this judge – no way. She’s down right evil what she is doing to Stone and Manifort – Freaking partisan hack on the bench. Convicted by a bunch of dirty cops. Pre dawn raids, gag orders, trial in DC and not Florida, etc. Just outrageous.

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  18. Ivehadit says:

    I am posting this again because it is right on the money. Are you listening Mr. Barr, et al?

    Liked by 3 people

  19. Matthew LeBlanc says:

    Justice for Roger!

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  20. PVCDroid says:

    This is so infuriating and unacceptable. This judge and prosecutors need to be punished in this life or after. My prayers are with Roger and family today. This two tier justice system is crazy unfair to non-Democrats.

    Liked by 5 people

  21. hawkins6 says:

    Atticus Finch: ““Our courts have our faults, as does any human institution, but in this country our courts are the great levelers, and in our courts all men (women) are created equal.”

    There is no doubt that in today’s evil political climate some court districts are nowhere close to level. The nominating of Judges based on their political biases and their political donations has led to a court system with easily determined final outcomes before the trial begins especially in districts like D.C, SDNY and California. Hopefully, the recent GOP Senate appointments of judges, that will supposedly interpret the laws and Constitution as written, will begin to shorten the long list of unabashed activist judges.

    Stone’s trial based on some of the prosecution’s evidence (ie. questionable e-mails to “comedian” Credico after Roger was indicted) did not look good for a complete Stone acquittal but Judge Berman was a biased angry hardliner and certainly not a leveler when it came to the defense. (ie. During jury selection, she refused to agree with defense’s request to remove some potential jury members including a former Obama OMB press secretary and alleged anti Trumper.)

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  22. Gunner says:

    Rule of law? Really? Where? We either TAKE this Republic back, or it’s lost forever.

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  23. LKAinLA says:

    This conviction can not stand. This is a grave injustice and meant to send a “you will go to jail also” message to all associated with President Trump. Is a job in DC worth staying quiet while rule of law in our country is demolished? You can’t tell me there is no ace or strong dirt on these major players that can’t happen yet it is just silence. The corruption is in our face but people in Washington are content to keep a lousy government job so they stay quiet. No loyalty to the US. AG Bar should turn out the lights….he is a failure to allow this circus. I learned as a young person that the only people who make a career out of a government job were lazy.

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  24. Avi says:

    trump better pardon Stone or many supporters will not vote

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  25. scslayer says:

    So will Trump pardon?!

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  26. TonyE says:

    Pardon him and throw Hillary in jail.

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  27. Matthew LeBlanc says:

    Furious. Just watched his daughter on Tucker.

    This can not stand in America.

    Liked by 2 people

  28. I think the so-called ‘random’ selection of judges should be looked into. In cases against ‘good guys’, you can count on getting a crooked (Obama) appointee.

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  29. Curt says:

    I wasn’t in the court room, but I know a jury convicted Sen. Ted Stevens (AK) of receiving bribes when the evidence was completely contrived. The conviction was eventually overturned by a federal oversight judge. Too late. The damage had already been done. As I watch the DOJ handle the Mueller probe and the FBI take Roger Stone and his wife out of their home at gun point I have lost all my faith in the American system of jurisprudence. Schummer had it right. If the intelligence community wants to get you they have twelve ways to Sunday to do it. We have created a police state monster in this country. Maybe this is what Edward Snowden was trying to point out and expose…

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  30. redthunder238 says:

    So there’s a gag order but he’s facing life? Why stay quiet? Seriously, what are they going to do to him?

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  31. mr.piddles says:

    I, for one, am relieved that Roger Stone is off the streets. I shudder to imagine… well.. you get the idea.

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  32. Trump Train says:

    I am so past my boiling point with these people. How damn long do we have to wait for justice? Their crimes are in the open, the evidence is in the public doman and yet nothing.

    This travesty cannot stand and its time to get rid of that corrupt judge but she is protected by the Senate and for now the almost dead rule of law.

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  33. Troublemaker10 says:

    I am not familiar with the charges so won’t comment in the verdict.

    However, can someone explain why not only Stone, but his family and friends, have a gag order now (after the conviction)?

    And, since this is the first court decision, doesn’t he have rights to appeal it to a higher court?

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  34. Troublemaker10 says:

    Liked by 2 people

    • Ron Panzer says:

      Couldn’t say it better! Just what I was thinking, but communists have always been totalitarians, liars, oppressors, unjust in every judgment they render, completely immune to logic or common sense and ironically, they believe themselves to be much more moral than anyone around, plus they are possessed of a very dark spirit that hates God and His moral law more than anything else because it condemns them, and they know that.

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  35. sarasotosfan says:

    Andy McCabe can now be prosecuted.

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  36. Chump Change says:

    Blah…blah…blah…I sent Roger Stone $250 and bought one of his signed books.

    To you pasty keyboard warriors: Send Roger Stone money or ST FU.

    https://www.stonedefensefund.com/

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  37. Harry Nipples says:

    What right does the judge have in Gag ordering family and friends of RS in regards to this case until February when sentencing is to take place? That is Judicial Misconduct on the part of the judge and a violation of the First Amendment Rights of these individuals. We are in the midst of a coup and it is becoming glaringly obvious the entire government is colluding against Conservatives and the American people. Viva La Resistance…

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