Published in The National File by Frankie Stockes on October 9, 2022
The far-left Washington Post has admitted that Roger Stone did nothing wrong on January 6th, 2021 during the historic Capitol Hill protests against election fraud and the certification of reported election results in fraud-ridden states. This flies in the face of nearly two years of Democrat and corporate media propaganda placing Stone and 45th President Trump at the center of an elaborate plot to overthrow the government.
The Washington Post admitted that Roger Stone did nothing wrong in a story bemoaning the lack of actual evidence that Nancy Pelosi and her J6 “witch hunt” Committee has to implicate the close Trump advisor in any sort of plot to overthrow the U.S. government.
Citing a “one-way transmission” from Oath Keeper Stewart Rhodes to Trump advisor Stone, George Washington University professor and ex-federal prosecutor Randall Eliason fantasized to The Post that Stone is being treated “as an unindicted co-conspirator” in the government’s “seditious conspiracy” case against Rhodes and his fellow Oath Keepers.
Cold water was quickly thrown on that theory though, as The Post went on to cite another ex-federal prosecutor, now a University of Michigan law professor, Barbara McQuade.
“A ‘one-way transmission’ from Rhodes does not establish that Stone or any other Trump advisers were part of any conspiracy, said former federal prosecutor and University of Michigan law professor Barbara McQuade.”
Making the claim that Stone colluded with Rhodes or anyone else to obstruct the certification of election results becomes even more ridiculous when readers of The Washington Post story learn that Rhodes’ “one-way communication” to Stone came by way of a “Friends of Stone” chat group. The chat room was designed so that many parties could share links to circulate news stories.
The J6 Committee, along with its associates in federal law enforcement and corporate media, have been trying for nearly two years to link Stone to the day’s unrest, with their sights ultimately set on President Trump, but have been unable to do so. Stone tells National File that there’s a reason for that.
“Any assertion that I knew in advance about, participated in, or condoned any illegal act on January 6th, or that I was involved in the effort to delay the certification of the electoral college is false,” Roger Stone told National File. “And there is no evidence to the contrary.”