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Get Me Roger Stone – Netflix

Roger Stone

Get Me Roger Stone – The whole world was shocked by the rise of Donald Trump, but there was one man who had been plotting it for years… Roger Stone. Diving deep into the mind of the master manipulator, Get Me Roger Stone provides a raw perspective on the transformation of American politics. It has been released exclusively on Netflix.


Roger Stone is a seasoned political operative and pundit. A veteran of nine national presidential campaigns, he served as a senior campaign aide to three Republican presidents. An outspoken libertarian, he is the author of the New York Times bestseller “The Man Who Killed Kennedy: The Case Against LBJ” and has written for Fox Opinion, Breitbart News, the Daily Caller and the Op-Ed page of the New York Times.


“Timely.” — The Hollywood Reporter

“Essential, staggering.” — Entertainment Weekly

“Get Me Roger Stone is a thorough and entertaining primer into how American politics got so ugly, not to mention a crucial window into the mentality of the unorthodox 45th president.” — The Atlantic

“Solid backgrounder on a political operative many believe to have changed the course of U.S. history.” — The Hollywood Reporter

“Endlessly fascinating, bracingly up-to-the-minute.” LA Times

“B+” — Indiewire

 “Get Me Roger Stone traces the history of American conservatism from Nixon’s downfall to Donald Trump’s victory in 2016.” — VOX

“Window into the president and the adviser who helped shape him into a politician.” — NBC

A well-known voice in politics for over forty years, Roger Stone often gives insights on behind-the-scenes political agendas on Fox News and InfoWars and has been banned by CNN and MSNBC for his outspoken and politically incorrect criticism of Bill and Hillary Clinton.

Quotes on Roger Stone:

 “Everything he’s ever told me has been incredibly accurate” – Alex Jones, Infowars

“Roger Stone, the political provocateur” – The New Yorker

“Roger J. Stone Jr., a longtime Republican political operative who doesn’t mind playing rough” – The New York Times

“Roger is a major threat to Media Matters and considered Public Enemy #1 by Team Clinton – Red State

“Possibly The Most Dangerous Man In Politics” – msn

“Trump without Stone is akin to George W. Bush without Karl Rove or Barack Obama without David Axelrod” – National Review

“He has the ability to drive nails into the coffin of the Democratic Party” – Slate

“His mastery of political dark arts could prove instrumental in securing the delegates that Trump needs” – CNN

“(Stone) is potentially poised to be the most influential behind the scenes player in what is shaping up to be a Trump vs. Clinton general election race” – Red State

“Without Stone, it’s hard to believe that Trump could have won the primary or general election” – Jacob Engels, East Orlando Post

“There’s no middle ground with Roger. He is just the type of guy who generates heat everywhere he goes” – Tony Fabrizio republican pollster

“Trump may have lost the only consultant in the business who could have done the job he needs done for him” – Chris Barron, political consultant

“One of the more colorful operatives in Republican politics” – TheNew York Times

“Stone, the former Richard Nixon acolyte known for his media savvy” – CNN Politics

“What makes Stone such a tour de force is his ability to impact the campaigns of both candidates” – Red State

“Practitioner of political dark arts” – Valley News

“Stone is a real-life Ray Donovan — only his clients toil in state capitals and Washington, not Hollywood” – Go Up State

“The talk-show rounds have allowed Mr. Stone to display his highly developed sense of style” – TheNew York Times

“Roger Stone, a veteran political operative and unapologetic dirty trickster who is an ardent fan of the scandal-ridden but politically savvy Nixon” –  Mother Jones

“Stone is one of the best-known — and best-dressed — political insiders in New York” – Breitbart

“A well-known voice in politics for more than 40 years, Roger Stone often gives insights on behind-the-scenes political agendas” – WND

“It was like watching a well-dressed cobra at rest” – Esquire

“Roger Stone, the Nixonian trickster who brought Eliot Spitzer down” – Daily Kos

“Larger than life, incredibly smart, and an outside-of-the-box operator” – Chris Barron

“Master of right-wing political hit jobs” – Politico

“Stone represents the less discussed but still vigorous legacy of Richard Nixon” – The New Yorker

“Roger Stone loves resilience. It’s why the former body builder had Richard Nixon’s face tattooed on his broad back” – CNN

“For nearly forty years, Stone has hovered around Republican and national politics, both near the center and at the periphery” –  Daily Kos

“He’s the type of the guy who doesn’t really pull any punches,” – Tony Fabrizio Republican pollster

“In looking at what he does, one discovers the art of political gold mining” – Slate

“Roger Stone is the most elegant maître d’ the American political sewer ever has had” – Esquire

“A dragon slayer who helped bring down New York State’s most powerful man” – NY Daily News

“Most people have one of two reactions to Roger: They either love him or they hate him” – Tony Fabrizio republican pollster

“He is capable of employing tactics other operatives wouldn’t dream of, let alone try” – CNN

“Directly involved in the downfall of Clinton campaign chief strategist Mark Penn” – RADAR

“Stone is one of the best sources in Washington for “inside dirt”” – Slate

“Respected, hated, and always controversial Republican political knife fighter…” – No Quarter USA

“Politics is war, and he is one of its fiercest warriors, with the battle scars to prove it” – The Weekly Standard

“The undisputed master of the black arts of electioneering” – The Scotsman

“Stone doesn’t chafe at allegations of dirty tricks, since they demonstrate that he plays hardball politics” – Slate

“Love him or hate him, most people in politics have something to say about Roger Stone” – Salon

“Stone has honed his black – arts legend for 40 years. A notorious dandy in bespoke suits and two-tone suede spectator shoes” – Newsweek

“He [Roger] is one of its fiercest warriors, with the battle scars to prove it.” – The Weekly Standard

“A fascinating and colorful figure who has played a role in GOP politics for decades” – Politics NJ

“Seasoned practitioner of hard-edged politics” – The New York Times

“Master Political Strategist and Street fighter” – Left Voice

“A longtime political hit man, Stone has excelled in the “dark arts” of politics for close to 50 years” – Salon

“Political provocateur” – The New Yorker

“U.S. politics has never been kind and genteel. Anyone who believes otherwise is wrong. It’s always been a game ruled by its most aggressive players. Roger Stone would know; he’d be the first to admit he’s one of them” – Big Think

“Professional lord of mischief” – The Weekly Standard

“Made his bones in the Reagan Era” – The Washington Times

“Republican political mastermind” – Gawker

“GOP “king of dirty tricks” – Rolling Stones

“For decades, Stone has been a colorful and at times maligned figure in the Republican Party who relishes political combat and playing a role in causing or exposing unseemly scandals” – CNN

“Notorious dirty trickster and GOP political hit man” – Local 10 News

“Stone seems to have his mitts in every dirty trick since 1972” – The New Yorker

“The inventor of negative campaign advertising and tactics” – Big Think

“Doesn’t Mince words” – The Washington Post

“A long history of bare-knuckle politics” – The New York Times

“Legendary conservative political hit man” – The Hill

“A dashing, colorful artist of the underhanded” –  David Brooks, New York Times

“A Republican who doesn’t always toe the party line” – MSNBC

“The keeper of the Nixon flame” – Maureen Dowd, The New York Times

“The GOP’s dapper Pugilist” – The Washington Post

“The most dangerous person in America today…” – The Village Voice

“Still, Stone gets results” – First Post, UK

“Skilled in the dark arts of politics” – The Atlantic

“Those that love creativity, loves Roger’s work” – Invincible Armor

“Notorious” – Vanity Fair

“Controversial” – The Washington Post

“Infamous” – Gothamist

“The dapper don of dirty deeds” – Dullard Mush

“Known for hard-ball politics and a cloak and dagger sensibility” – The New York Times

“At times, Stone’s real party seems to be the vaudevillian rather than the GOP” – The New Yorker Magazine

“The organizers [of the recount team in Miami] in the RV outside, who G.O.P. protesters have told TIME were led by hardball Washington strategist Roger Stone…” – TIME Magazine

“Mr. Stone is nothing if not resilient” – Public Lives – The New York Times

“The High Priest of political hijinks” – The Weekly Standard

“An equal-opportunity trickster” – NY Daily News

“Call Roger Stone” – James A. Baker III, HBO Recount 2000

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