Trump Pardoned Stone AFTER the Election and the two met
December 28, 2020 – Roger Stone saw President Donald Trump Sunday night and thanked the president in person for pardoning him last week.
“Yes, I did see the president last night in passing at the Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach,” Stone told ABC News Monday
Roger Stone is the creator of Stop The Steal
“[Stop the Steal] origin traces to Roger Stone, a veteran Republican operative and self-described “dirty trickster” whose 40-month prison sentence for seven felonies was cut short by Trump’s commutation in July.
Stone’s political action committee launched a “Stop the Steal” website in 2016 to fundraise ahead of that election, asking for $10,000 donations by saying, “If this election is close, THEY WILL STEAL IT.”
Roger Stone is Connected to Proud Boys
In early 2018, ahead of an appearance at the annual Republican Dorchester Conference in Salem, Oregon, Roger Stone sought out the Proud Boys to act as his “security” for the event; photos posted online showed Stone drinking with several Proud Boys.
In February 2018, the Proud Boys posted a video on Facebook which they described as Stone undergoing a “low-level initiation” into the group. As part of the initiation, Stone says “Hi, I’m Roger Stone. I’m a Western chauvinist. I refuse to apologize for creating the modern world”, making him a “first-degree” member, which Kutner characterizes as being a “sympathizer”. Stone denies being a member of the group. In July 2020, Facebook announced it had shut down the accounts and pages linked to Stone and Proud Boys. This network of over 100 Facebook and Instagram accounts spent more than $300,000 on ads to promote their posts and included false personas.
In late January 2019, when Stone was arrested by the FBI on seven criminal counts in connection with the Mueller investigation, Enrique Tarrio, the chairman of the Proud Boys, met Stone as he left the courthouse in Florida. Tarrio, who wore a “Roger Stone Did Nothing Wrong” T-shirt, sold by a company owned by Tarrio, told a local TV reporter that the indictment was nothing but “trumped-up charges”, and was later seen visiting Stone’s house. The next day, in Washington D.C., a small number of Proud Boys demonstrated outside the courthouse where Stone pleaded not guilty to the charges, carrying “Roger Stone did nothing wrong” signs and others that promoted the InfoWars conspiracy website. The Proud Boys got into an argument with anti-Stone hecklers. Tarrio was later filmed behind President Donald Trump in February 2019, during a televised speech in Miami, where he was seen wearing the same message on a T-shirt.
Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes said Stone was “one of the three approved media figures allowed to speak” about the group. When Stone was asked by a local reporter about the Proud Boys’ claim that he had been initiated as a member of the group, he responded by calling the reporter a member of the Communist party. He is particularly close to the group’s current leader Enrique Tarrio, who has commercially monetized his position
The group led by Defendant arrived at the east side of the Capitol before noon. Several of
the men in the group were holding Baofeng radios. Others had them clipped to their belts or
jackets. Some had communications earpieces in their ears. Shortly before 12:53 p.m., the group
led by Defendant marched to the pedestrian entrance to the Capitol grounds near the Peace
Monument on First Street, Northwest. The entrance was secured by a small number of Capitol
Police, who stood behind a waist height metal barrier.
Former President Trump was still delivering a speech on the Ellipse at this time – his
speech did not end until after 1:00 p.m. Defendant and those he was leading were not present for
any part of the speech, because hearing the speech was not in their plan.
That part in quotes and the connection between Stone and Proud Boys and Stone to Trump (just like Wikileaks) is likely why the GOP is pushing back so hard against the 9/11 style commission
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