Roger Stone destroyed the mainstream media’s deceptive claims of turmoil in the Trump campaign, blasting the level of disinformation and dishonesty from the media as worthy of the Soviet Union.
“In all my years in politics, I’ve never seen anything more egregious or more outrageous. It’s an attempt to dispirit Trump’s supporters and it follows on the heals of a number of false reports,” Stone said in an appearance on The Alex Jones Show.
“I spoke to Donald Trump yesterday, he’s in good spirits and has no intention whatsoever of dropping out,” Stone declared. “Is it coincidental that ABC, who it seems to be taking the lead in reporting this falsehood is the home of Clinton Foundation donor George Stephanopoulos.”
Stone proceeded to shoot down the other deceptive stories promoted by the mainstream media over the last few days describing turmoil in the Trump campaign.
“Staff mutiny at the Trump campaign – one hundred percent false. There’s going to be an intervention by Trump’s senior staff this weekend – one hundred percent false. Campaign manager Paul Manafort has given up and is now phoning it in – one hundred percent false. This is disinformation, this is something worthy of the Soviets.”
Stone also refuted claims that Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus called Donald Trump to express his anger over Trump’s refusal to endorse House Speaker Paul Ryan in his primary. Priebus and Ryan are both from Wisconsin and have close ties to Governor Scott Walker, who dropped out of the Presidential race prior to the Iowa Caucuses.
“I see reports today that Republican National Chairman Reince Priebus called Trump and lit into him, let me tell you how unlikely that is. First of all, Reince Priebus is an historical figure – he’s the only Republican National Chairman in the history of the party sine 1860 who has lost the Presidential election and been kept on in that job. Generally, losers are encouraged to move on…”
The Clinton’s campaign’s talking points, parroted by the mainstream media, that Donald Trump is Russian President Vladimir Putin’s preferred candidate and the DNC e-mail hacks were perpetrated by Russia to benefit Trump are, according to Stone, nothing more than an attempt at damage control for more leaks suspected to occur in the near-future.
“The Clinton campaign narrative that the Russians favor Donald Trump and the Russians are leaking this information, this is an inoculation because, as you [Alex Jones] said earlier, they know what is coming, and it is devastating.”
The deceptive attacks from the mainstream media on Donald Trump harken back to the hit job inflicted by the mainstream media and Republican Party establishment on Barry Goldwater, the Republican Party’s Presidential nominee in 1964.
“I’ve never, in almost 40 years in American politics seen anything like this. I mean, the tactics that were used against Barry Goldwater, you know, a thousand psychiatrists say Goldwater unfit to be President in their headline is nothing compared to this,” Stone said.