EXCLUSIVE…Roger Stone: ‘Faux’ Russia Probe Will Continue Until 2020 Unless Trump Ends It! (Video)
After nearly two years of probing President Trump’s alleged collusion with Russia during the 2016 presidential election, U.S. intelligence agencies have yet to examine the key piece of forensic evidence in Russia’s suspected interference: The allegedly hacked Democratic National Committee email server.
Was the DNC server ever actually hacked?
The answer to the question that launched the duplicitous probe will remain a mystery, Roger Stone contends, because the special counsel’s investigation has never been genuinely focused on uncovering Russian collusion or election meddling; its only intent is to destroy President Donald Trump.
And the only individual who has the power to end the political inquisition, the embattled Republican consultant insists, is the president.
“The focus of the Mueller investigation is to undo the results of the 2016 presidential election,” Stone told The Gateway Pundit during the American Priority Conference in Washington DC. “Its not about Paul Manafort, or Roger Stone, or Jerome Corsi or anyone else. It’s about removing the president.”
Mueller’s prosecutors are investigating Stone to learn whether he had advance knowledge of WikiLeaks’ plans to release allegedly hacked material damaging to Hillary Clinton’s presidential effort.
Yet, there remains no evidence that Russians ever penetrated Democratic email accounts for communications. The DNC refused to avail its server to the FBI when it was allegedly hacked. Instead DNC officials hired private security firm, Crowdstrike, to investigate the hacking and reportedly “destroyed the server.”
The widely accepted assertion that the server was hacked is a fallacy, Stone maintained, specifically considering numerous cyber-security experts insist the data breached from the DNC was actually leaked.
“Anti-terrorists, IT experts, formerly with the CIA, write that the forensic evidence, including the download speed time, indicate that the purloin material from the DNC was downloaded to a portable drive and taken out the back door. Meaning there was never any hack, whatsoever,” he said. “That’s what I believe today. I did not believe that at the time, but I have been educated.”
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has not only repeatedly denied that Russia or any “state party” was involved in the leaking of DNC emails. He has also appeared to hint that the murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich might have been the source of the emails. Rich had been working for the DNC when emails from the organization were provided to WikiLeaks for publication.
If Mueller was truly working to get to the bottom how the DNC emails were breached then he would leave no stone unturned, Stone argued as he blasted the media and the Democratic establishment for impugning journalists’ investigation of Rich’s convoluted, unsolved murder and his potential ties to WikiLeaks.
“I find it interesting that Seth Rich’s parents have changed their tune. We’re told that it was a robbery, but his watch and his ring and his credit cards are all intact. And it’s still an unresolved murder, unsolved murder,” he said. “I think it’s outrageous that you even raise these perfectly reasonable questions, they are not assertions, they’re questions, and the mainstream media: ‘Well, you can’t even talk about it.'”
Furthermore, Mueller has yet to review the Imran Awan IT scandal as part of his “Russian investigation.” According to federal investigators, the Pakistani ‘IT expert,’ a spy agent of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan who worked for more than 40 Democratic House member, made “unauthorized access” to House servers. Awan was arrested as he tried to fly away to Pakistan. Federal prosecutors concluded an 18-month investigation into the former congressional technology staffer after he plead guilty to bank fraud charges in a plea deal from the Department of Justice, which is regarded as a massive cover-up.
Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton has insisted Mueller investigate the Awan scandal to evaluate whether there is an intersection between the DNC hacks. In November, Fitton filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the Justice Department for all records of communications relating to the investigation into former Democratic IT aide.
To advance the fictitious narrative of alleged Russian collusion, Stone asserted, Mueller indicted over a dozen Russian intelligence figures last year with charges of email theft that that are unverifiable.
Whether the hack transpired is “unproven,’ Stone said. “Mr. Mueller brought an indictment against 17 Russian intelligence agents, knowing that that would never go to trial.”
Democrats are not only propagandizing elaborate lies about Russian collusion to impeach Trump, but rely on the hoax to divert the public’s attention away from the FBI’s illegal collusion with the Clinton campaign, Stone noted.
“The Russian collusion narrative is designed to distract from a much larger political crime, and that is the use of illicit and illegal FISA warrants to spy on Donald Trump’s campaign and the use of the FBI to infiltrate Donald Trump’s campaign in order to plant evidence of faux Russian collusion,” he said. “This was the “insurance policy” that Peter Strzok’s emails were talking about.
If Trump doesn’t unilaterally end the Russia probe, the former Richard Nixon campaign aide concluded, the political witch hunt will plague his presidency indefinitely.
“The Russia probe will only end when the president ends it, otherwise it will go all the way ‘til the end of 2020,” he predicted. “Matt Whitaker, the acting attorney general, certainly has the power to limit the current inquiry into areas of the specific mandate – Russian collusion, they have produced none. There is none to produce. Of course, the president still has the authority to just dismiss Mr. Mueller, who has spent almost two years and $30 million and has come up with nothing.”