Early this morning as CNN’s camera’s rolled to film the incident live, FBI agents in SWAT gear stormed the home of political consultant Roger Stone to place him in handcuffs and take him in for processing.
Treating Stone like he was El Chapo on the run, the government agents were clad in full tactical gear while armed with automatic weapons to apprehend the 66 year old, lifelong political operative.
CNN gleefully reported continuously on the incident while Fox New sporadically addressed the coverage offering little defense aside from Alan Dershowitz’s clear explanation that Stone is charges with “process crimes” meaning Stone did nothing wrong aside from possibly trying to interfere with Mueller’s investigation to find him guilty of something . . . anything.
Meanwhile, the headlines scream about all sorts of sinister acts Stone is accused of, namely attempting to obtain information from WikiLeaks . . . which is not a crime.
No proof exists that Stone obtained stolen emails – although they were obtained by CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, etc., along with any person remotely interested in politics in 2016 – as they were all published online.
The false conclusion the media (and government) is trying to make is that WikiLeaks is tied to the Russian government, and the emails were obtained from WikiLeaks by Russian hackers.
Julian Assange, WikiLeaks founder, denies the claim and appears to have more integrity on the issue than his government-backed accusers.
The U.S. Intelligence Community established the conclusion that the DNC Hack was conducted by Russian Intelligence, and their conclusion is backed by six private cyber security firms.
Sounds convincing right?
Three of the “reputable” cyber security firms are funded by the CIA’s venture capital firm, In-Q-Tel . . . that we know of. The other three likely hold significant government contracts if not being directly funded by In-Q-Tel in secret.
Given the intelligence community was complicit in the false Steele Dossier that was found to be completely fabricated and the clear reality that the Deep State-held American intelligence agencies have been overtly opposed to the Trump Administration, can Americans trust the conclusions of the government and the private companies who are funded by the Central Intelligence Agency?