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By Roger Stone 

Assuming that Governor DeSantis is going to run for re-election in 2022, I believe it is essential that he pledge to the people of the Sunshine State that he will serve all four years of his next term, and that he won’t abandon Florida by running off to challenge President Donald Trump for the Republican Presidential Nomination in 2024.Florida is NOT a stepping stone for Ron’s Presidential dreams. We actually have to live here.

After all, DeSantis owes his election to Trump who literally dragged DeSantis across the finish line when Ron’s own piss-poor campaign for Governor sputtered and the ever capable Susie Wiles, a friend of mine of many years , had to swoop in and save him.

On a host of issues DeSantis seeks the Trump mantle without really delivering on his Trump-like rhetoric….

DeSantis continues to insist that the 2020 election in Florida was the most honest election in history. In fact, there are as many as one million phantom voters currently still on the Florida voter rolls. Governor DeSantis has failed to act decisively  to remove these nonexistent or unqualified “voters” from the rolls. Politifacts, a crazy left wing fake news operation, says I am wrong about this. Actually they are wrong,

This information from Defend Florida , which I learned online, reveals the truth;

“……A phantom vote is a vote cast where the voter is deceased, does not live at the registered address, or the registered address is not a residential address. The total number of Florida voters who voted by mail in 2020 was 4,800,000. 

Defend Florida volunteers canvassed Florida registered voters and gathered information on over 10,000 registered voters as of Nov. 1, 2021. Of those, 5,583 voted in the 2020 election. Of those that voted, 3,876 voted by mail and 1,707 voted in person. Of the 3,876 canvassed voters who voted by mail, 789 or 20% were phantom votes. 

The 20% phantom mail in votes cast in 2020, when extrapolated to the population of vote by mail ballots cast (4.8M), yields 960,000 potential phantom votes cast in the 2020 election.  The majority of lawless phantom votes were cast by VOTE BY MAIL ballots.” 

This analysis focuses on the real problem – vote by mail. This does not even include the phantom votes recorded as having voted in person. For more information, visit

DeSantis talks the talk, but he doesn’t walk the walk. While I applaud his much hyped banning of mask mandates in the public schools, his failure to actually remove elected school board members in large Red counties who illegally flout this ban on masks is unacceptable. Florida school children in many big counties are still forced to wear masks when they are medically useless, unscientific and illegal as well. The Governor has the legal authority to remove any state or county official who is violating the law. Sadly, Ron Desantis does nothing…

Both DeSantis and Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody pledged to oppose “red flag laws” which would deny the constitutional rights of Floridians to keep and bear arms, but neither has taken decisive action to do so. Supporting fines for counties that enact such illegal and unconstitutional restrictions is a head fake. The failure of DeSantis to put forward “open-carry” proposals like laws  in place in Texas and Tennessee, is an affront to anyone who supports our Second Amendment rights to keep and bear arms.

In my home county of Broward, Governor DeSantis appointed a Sheriff who the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel has correctly identified as both a murderer and former drug dealer.  Apparently the Florida Department of Law Enforcement failed to uncover this in their background check when the Governor exercised his authority to appoint Sheriff Gregory Tony – a crony of Parkland shooting luminary Andrew Pollack who’s daughter was tragically murdered at Parkland, to a vacancy in the Broward County Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff Gregory Tony’s nickname when he was dealing cocaine on the streets of Philadelphia was “Lucky”. The Sheriff is lucky indeed. Once this criminal’s record became known… Ron did nothing. 

Ron’s re-election is not a lock by any stretch of the imagination. In fact, devoid of any personality, and seemingly allergic to actually meeting and talking to real voters or thanking contributors, Ron DeSantis has a Zelig-type move, tried and failed to hijack the personality and charisma of Donald Trump. When I attended and spoke to the Christian Family Conference dinner in Hialeah last Saturday I enjoyed meeting and taking photos with dozens of folks during the pre-dinner reception and the dinner itself. Governor DeSantis, a pudgy Yale/Harvard elitist, swept in with his heavy-handed entourage, did a bad impression of Donald Trump in his speech and swept out of the ballroom without actually mixing with any real people. Charlie Crist will eat Ron’s lunch if they clash. If Ron wants to win he better promise to do the job for four years.

I may have to collect enough signatures to challenge the re-election of DeSantis as the candidate of the reconstituted Libertarian Party, particularly if DeSantis refuses to commit to filling the four year term as Governor and is just using Florida as a stepping stone to challenge the greatest president since Abraham Lincoln, Donald J. Trump. As the former President might say ” We’ll see what happens.’

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Roger Stone: The real ‘Stop The Steal’ story



Once the corporately-owned and alternative left media cancels, deplatforms, and censures Republicans and conservatives, they set out to rewrite political history to fit their current narrative.

In recent weeks, I have seen wildly inaccurate stories in the Daily Kos, Random Lengths News and now in The Nation, alleging that my 40-years of American political activity has been one long development of the “Stop the Steal” movement which they deem to be illegitimate and seditious.

Being liberals, they never let facts get in the way of a good story. If you believe their twisted narrative, I am the “self-described dirty trickster” who has orchestrated their defeat since the 1980’s. While I have never described myself that way, I have merely acknowledged that bitter Democrats who face defeat based on their own strategic errors have saddled me with that moniker.

Let’s start in 1981. After Ronald Reagan’s election in 1980, I was retained by former New Jersey Assembly Speaker Thomas H. Kean as his strategic consultant in his second bid for the Governorship of New Jersey.

Kean was a moderate Republican who had actually marched with Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. as a college student, and, along with Congressman Jack Kemp – whose presidential campaign I supported in 1988 – was a proponent of a broader and more inclusive Republican Party with a specific outreach to African-Americans.

Congressman James J. Florio of Cherry Hill was the heavy favorite. Florio had run for Governor four years previously, challenging New Jersey Governor Brendan Byrne in the primary.

With my help, Kean moved right on economic issues, championing the Reagan tax cut and putting forth his own state tax cut proposal that was publicly embraced by both Congressman Jack Kemp and early Supply-Side apostle Jeffrey Bell (who had defeated New Jersey U.S. Senator Clifford Case in the 1978 primary). Representative James A. Courter, a Congressman from Western New Jersey and a staunch conservative, chaired Kean’s campaign.

New Jersey was first experimenting with campaign public finance and matching funds. Although a patrician, Kean had a very likable manner, as well as deep relationships in the inner-city of Newark. Kean, to his credit, stayed on message and ran a letter perfect campaign where Florio made a number of strategic mistakes.

On election day 1981, Tom Kean was elected Governor by 1,797 votes out of two-and-a-half million cast; triggering an automatic recount.

The backdrop of this recount, however, was a Republican National Committee-funded project called The National Ballot Security Task Force that entailed armed individuals at some polling places and armbands for poll watchers. The Democrats and the media immediately accused Kean and the Republicans of voter intimidation.

Tom Kean was furious because it would marr a stunning coming-from-behind victory. I was also furious because, as subsequent litigation proved, I knew nothing about the program. Neither did Republican State Party Chairman Phillip D. Kaltenbacher, who had served in the New Jersey State Assembly with Kean.

A piece published by Rutgers University recently falsely claimed that I knew about or was involved in what was not only a stupid but a completely unnecessary election day operation. It’s a lie.

I learned, in retrospect, who both came up with the idea for and funded the political operation that so embarrassed Governor Kean but which fortunately did not derail Kean’s governorship. There is not a shred of evidence of my involvement but that doesn’t stop a leftist college publication from defaming me.

Then, of course, there is the famous “Brooks Brothers riot.” Contrary to multiple media reports, a crowd of Republican volunteers did not, as a mob, shut down the counting of paper ballots in Miami-Dade County. They did, however, prevent two Democrat officials from taking a substantial sheef of ballots—which had already been recounted twice—out of the central counting room and into an anteroom where there were no windows and no Republican poll watchers. This is, of course, a direct violation of Florida’s state Sunshine Law.

This is not the dramatized event involving Miami-Dade Commissioner Joe Geller which is fictionalized in the HBO movie ‘Recount.’ Yes, I gave the order to demand that ballots not be taken into private in violation of state law. At that point, the Democrats had already demanded a third recounting of the same ballots and when they realized there were no new votes to be found they threw in the towel; making George W. Bush President. The Wikipedia page regarding the “Brooks Brothers riot” is a hilarious fairy-tale and total bullshit.

All of the colorful details of my operating from a trailer and using a walkie talkie don’t change the historical facts. I was asked to oversee the recount by James A. Baker III, who recalled my previous experience in New Jersey in 1981.

‘Stop the Steal’ actually originated at the 1952 Republican National Convention when Senator Robert A. Taft of Ohio arrived in the convention city of Chicago with a sufficient number of first ballot votes to be nominated. Because the Republican National Convention is governed by its own rules, the forces supporting General Dwight D. Eisenhower mounted a challenge in the Credential’s Committee; unseating Taft delegates in Texas, Mississippi and Louisiana based on the spurious claim that state party officials in those states had kept the location of the state caucuses that selected delegates from the Eisenhower forces. The gambit worked when the convention approved a Credentials Committee report seating the Eissenhower delegates who were claiming that their votes had been stolen. Ike was nominated on the first ballot and went on to become President.

In 2016, Senator Ted Cruz, Ohio Governor John Kasich and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush announced that they would launch a convention fight to stop Donald Trump, who had rolled up enough delegates to be nominated on the first ballot, from the nomination. I believed that the Republican establishment, setting out to stop Trump, would challenge the results of the delegate selection process in multiple states including Colorado and Texas.

I also recognized that although Trump had swept many state primaries and caucuses, the actual delegates appointed, at large by state party officials, were anti-Trump. Both in 1952 for Dwight Eisenhower and in 1940 for Wendell Willkie, grassroots supporters would visit the hotels of their “duly elected delegates” to urge them to vote based on the state primary results rather than on their own preferences. When I called for letting Trump supporters know the hotel location of various delegations where Trump’s grassroots legions could lobby their state delegates I was, of course, depicted falsely by the media as having issued a “call to violence.”

In the run up to the 2016 election, I began to worry about the technology that connected computerized voting machines with a central server. I even wrote an op-ed piece about it for The Hill after interviewing several computer scientists who proved how easily one could manipulate the voting machines with a simple $35 device from Best Buy. I was immediately attacked by the Clinton campaign and by Media Matters for America because they said I was “planning to deny the results of the election;” exactly what they did after Donald Trump won.

I devised a program of exit polling in which voters could be voluntarily interviewed after they cast their ballots, with the intention of comparing the results of the exit poll with the ultimate results reported from the voting machines. Once again, the Democrats claimed that Donald Trump and I were engaging in “voter intimidation.” Both Trump and I were sued by the Democratic National Committee and five individual state Democrat Parties who asked for a federal injunction to stop our perfectly legal exit polling exercise. The Democrats lost in five different Federal courts when the courts refused to issue the restraining order based on our simple argument that if you were only talking to a voter after they had voted, you could not possibly be intimidating them regarding their already cast vote. The U.S. Supreme Court quickly refused to hear an appeal from the Democrats.

You won’t find these facts reported in any of the false narratives promulgated by the legacy media or their Democrat allies.

The irony, of course, is that after chiding Donald Trump about his unwillingness to declare before the election that he would accept the results, it was actually Hillary Clinton and her campaign who demanded recounts in Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania. It was also Hillary Clinton and John Podesta who argued for a delay in the certification of the Electoral College vote in the U.S. Senate -even demanding that a Clinton-appointed attorney be allowed to make a presentation to the Electors alleging “Russian collusion” in the outcome of an election. The Washington Post falsely claims that Trump’s election was only challenged by a small handful of Democrat Congressmen. A simple Google News search, of course, proves that that is a lie. Interestingly, no one accused HIllary Clinton of sedition or treason.

Now, congenital liar and conman Adam Shchiff and his understudy Jamie Raskin, are falsely accusing me of being involved in both the illegal activities at the Capitol on January 6th, as well as the effort to persuade Vice President Mike Pence to send the electoral votes back to several state legislatures so that the voting results in those states could be reviewed. I was involved in neither one.

I went to Washington D.C. to speak in a legally permitted rally on Freedom Plaza during the night of January 5th, where I exercised my First Amendment right to question the anomalies and irregularities in the 2020 election results, and to describe what I believe is the apocalyptic struggle facing the country. Nowhere in my remarks do I advocate lawlessness, violence or insurrection.

Unfortunately, YouTube removed my fine speech but I see that the unselect committee utilized it in order to defame me. By law and the Constitution, I am entitled to express my opinion on political matters of the day.

Equally false is the hearsay spit up by former Mark Meadows aide Cassidy Hutchinson, who Representative Liz Cheney coached to say that it was, her “understanding” that President Trump had directed his Chief of Staff Mark Meadows to call both me and General Michael Flynn on January 5th to, as Cheney improvised, to find out what was going to happen on January 6th. Notice the careful wording of this smear.

No such call ever took place, and, in fact, I have never spoken to Mark Meadows on the telephone in my entire life. I did meet him once in 2019 when he was still a Congressman. General Flynn has told me he has also never spoken to Meadows on the phone, particularly on January 5th or 6th.

Hutchinson, coached by Cheney, goes on to say that it was her “understanding” that some of President’s Trump allies had set up a “war room” at the Willard Hotel but that she had dissuaded Meadows from attending a briefing there and that Meadows later participated in a briefing by phone with Roger Stone and General Flynn. This is a lie.

If there was a “war room” at the Willard, I was unaware of it. Even the Washington Post reported that three separate sources involved in the legal machinations by Rudy Giuliani and Prof. John Eastman, told the Post that I was not involved.

The broad use of “guilt by association” insists that just because I know President Donald Trump, know individual members of the Proud Boys and came in contact with members of the Oath Keepers, means that I must have known of their alleged plans to storm the Capital. There is no witness, no e-mail, no phone call, no text message, no encrypted message and no documentary film footage that would prove otherwise.

When it comes to complete fabrication, it’s really hard to beat The Guardian. Their report that a documentary film crew captured Ali Alexander and I conspiring on January 5th or 6th is but another lie.

Adam Schiff – who insisted for two years that he had seen more than circumstantial evidence of “Russian collusion” with the Trump campaign and produced none – is now re-cycling the same tactic regarding January 6th, claiming falsely that his bogus investigation has established “ties” between Stone, Flynn and “extremist groups.” Once again, he has nothing. The ominous claim by both Schiff and his understudy in this particularly odious sleight of hand, Jamie Raskin, that their investigation continues, is a baseless smear.

This is Witch-Hunt 3.0. Why would anyone believe Adam Schiff who lied about having seen “more than circumstantial evidence of Russian collusion,” falsely accused Donald Trump Jr. of receiving assistance from Russian assets (who we now know to be Fusion GPS plants who provided nothing), lied about a Ukrainian whistleblower who turned out to be a member of his staff, altered text messages between White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and Congressman Jim Jordan before leaking them, and insisted that the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop was “Russian disinformation direct from the Kremlin?” You can always tell when Adam Schiff is lying; his lips are moving.

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Follow The Money To Identify Voter Fraud In Florida



While Florida appears to have risen to the top of the sludge of states – it’s still sludge, and Florida isn’t immune. As a Florida voter, having spent a lifetime working on national and local political campaigns, I’m compelled to ask the burning questions all Florida voters should be asking… does my vote really count?

By Roger Stone

The 2020 Election year will go down in history as the most controversial and contested election year in the entire history of our nation. According to a recent poll conducted on July 5, 2022 by Rasmussen Reports and The National Pulse, 50% of US Likely Voters “fear the upcoming midterm elections could be tainted by cheating.”

Our nation is painfully divided. Yet, instead of conscientiously addressing the issues raised by their constituents, government officials in all branches appeared to join in a concerted effort with the media and billionaire donors to silence the outcry, ridicule the allegations, and label hard- working patriots as conspiracy theorists.

It’s not a conspiracy theory when it’s proven to be true – and in this situation, it has been proven – many times over.

While Florida appears to have risen to the top of the sludge of states – it’s still sludge, and
Florida isn’t immune. As a Florida voter, having spent a lifetime working on national and local political campaigns, I’m compelled to ask the burning questions all Florida voters should be asking:

Does my vote really count?

● Is election/voter fraud an issue in Florida?

● Is vote-by-mail vulnerable to voter fraud abuses?

● Why have criminal charges not been filed against offset printers and mail
forwarding businesses for violations of FS 101.62(4)(c)(1)?

● Are campaign finance violations rampant in Florida?

● Are the Secretary of State, Division of Elections, and Supervisors of Elections
really doing everything possible to ensure free, fair, and legitimate elections for all US citizens?

Are they doing an effective job of maintaining clean voter rolls? Are they doing an effective job of ensuring only legitimate votes are being counted?

● Why is Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody not taking swift, definitive actions to investigate egregious evidence presented to her office, and to prosecute election/voter fraud and campaign finance violations?

Why does the Florida Voter Crimes Division not go into effect until 2023? What
happens for 2022 midterm elections – do criminals get a free pass?

“The County Supervisor of Elections has the sole authority to register and remove voters” 2 and Florida Division of Elections (FDoE), operating under the Florida Department of State (FDoS), is responsible for voter registration in Florida; yet, there are gaping holes in the system.

Here are just a few examples of flaws embedded in our election and voter registration

DHSMV Registering People to Vote Who Are Ineligible

● No verification of voter registration status when registering at the DHSMV

● Presumptions made at multiple steps

● Presumptive that DHSMV customer agrees to submit information for voter
registration purposes

● Presumptive that customer provides accurate information on DHSMV form

● Presumptive that customer is not already registered to vote

Errors on Voter Registration Forms

● Data input errors on FDLIS form could create duplicate registration record

● Misspelling could cause someone to have to vote a provisional ballot due to no record

● Voiding, canceling, interrupting a driver license/ID card transaction cancels voter
registration; failure to re-enter voter registration means no voter registration information
is captured or transmitted

Illegal Vote-By-Mail (VBM) Ballot Envelopes

● Pursuant to FS 101.6103(1), 5 ballots shall be placed in an envelope which is prominently
marked “Do Not Forward” (see Figures 1, 2)

● In clear violation of FS 101.6103(1), 6 vendors contracted by Florida counties – paid with
taxpayer dollars – printed illegal VBM ballot envelopes NOT marked “Do Not Forward,”
that were sent to a Florida registered voter for the Aug. 18, 2020 Primary Election and
the Nov. 3, 2020 General Election (see Figures 3a, 3b).

As of 07/28/2022 the Orange County Supervisor of Elections is sending out the latest batch of vote by mail ballots using the vendor Fidlar Elections aka Cathedral Corporation. These vote by mail ballot envelopes being sent out for the Florida primary election yet again are in clear violation of FS 101.6103(1) (see Figures 4a, 4b)

How is it possible that the Orange County Supervisor of Elections is not aware that the
envelopes for the vote by mail ballots are breaking the law?

● How is it possible that Fidlar aka Cathedral Corporation is not aware that they are
violating Florida election laws by sending out ballots in envelopes that do not have “Do
Not Forward” on them? Is this happening in all 42 Florida counties that they serve?

● According to a recent public records request sent to the Orange County Supervisor of
Elections Fidlar Elections aka Cathedral Corporation is currently providing Vote By Mail
Printing, Mailing, Tracking and Tracing services. They are also the same vendor that
provided these same services for the 2020 election.

As you can clearly see above the vote by mail ballot envelopes do not have “Do Not Forward” written anywhere on the envelope.

Why is it so important to have “Do Not Forward” on the envelope?

● Ballot Forwarding Violations by Mail Forwarding Services

● Pursuant to F.S. 101.62(4)(c)(1)8, and reiterated by multiple County Supervisors of Elections, VBM ballots must not be forwarded in the State of Florida.7

Mail forwarding services throughout the state have violated the spirit and intent of F.S. 101.6103(1) and F.S. 101.62(4)(c)(1)9,10 by forwarding VBM ballots to their traveling customers.

Escapees RV Club boasts that they are one of the largest RV membership organizations in the world, and they provide a total support network, including mail forwarding, for all RVers.

Good Sam Mail Service, 5753 Hwy 85N in Crestview, Florida, is four miles from the SoE office. Documents obtained via FOIA requests revealed 3,501 registrations using this service as their mailing address – of which 2,410 votes were cast – representing a 69% turnout of motor-voters – including 2,152 mail-in ballots. Fraud in plain sight, under the nose of SoE.

Additional FOIA request responses from various counties uncovered 580,422 out-of-state mailing addresses on the Florida voter rolls. When you include Florida mailing addresses that are different from the residential addresses, that number rapidly rises to approximately 1,200,000 voter registrations that are at high risk for ballot manipulations and voter fraud.

And it doesn’t end there…

The companies with whom our counties have contracted to print, track, and trace Florida citizens’ voter ballots are enmeshed with government officials, who refuse to uphold their oath of office to secure our elections, protect our votes, and exercise prudent fiduciary responsibility for managing our tax dollars.

These vendors are highly suspect; and government officials refuse to respond to repeated inquiries, such as why a NY-based company with deep ties to Democratic campaign contributions is being paid with taxpayer dollars to fully control the printing and distribution of Florida ballots.

What are they hiding?

Fidlar Election (see Figure 5), located at 1500 Tradeport Drive, Suite B, Orlando, FL, 32824 serves 42 of Florida’s 67 counties. They flaunt 168 years of service and 414 million ballots printed.

When contacted and asked about their services, a Fidlar representative, self-identified as Isaac Knight, refused to answer any questions and became highly agitated when pressed for information as to which counties in Florida Fidlar served. He replied that, as a private company, they had no duty to disclose any information to Florida voters who wanted to know about ballot printing, mailing, tracking, and tracing.

Apparently, Mr. Knight is unaware of the recent precedent set by the Arizona Superior Court and confirmed by their Court of Appeals regarding disclosure of information held by county and state contractors.

And why wouldn’t a reputable business lunge at the opportunity to brag about its services to an inquiring caller? A bit odd, don’t you think?

Well, not so much of a mystery here…

Fidlar’s parent company is Cathedral Corporation, based in Rome, New York, whose CEO/Chairman is Marianne Gaige (see Figure 6).

Although conveniently not listed on Cathedral’s Corporate Responsibility page under “Philanthropy,” Federal Election Commission (FEC) records indicate that Marianne Gaige has been an active monthly donor for more than 20 years to ActBlue, Obama for America, Obama Victory Fund, BluePac, Biden for President, Biden Victory Fund, numerous Democratic candidates and partisan causes, and Democratic Action – a partisan PAC, located at the same address as The Democratic Governors Association (DGA).

Where Have All the Ethics Gone?

Are Florida citizens to believe that Florida Election Ballots are being printed, mailed, tracked, and traced by a company with no political agenda or potential outcomes in mind? Seriously??

The salt in the wounds is that this is being done in the faces of Floridians, and using our hard-earned money and tax dollars to do it.

Patriots Holding the Line

Concerned citizens across the country have united and are doing what our elected officials have been failing to do – analyzing official data, investigating anomalies, identifying frauds and fraud risks, reporting the findings of criminal activities, and trying to save our counties, states, and country from enemies foreign and domestic, who seek to destroy it.

In the 2020 election, Wakulla County official results show 4,103 more votes cast than there are registered voters. How is that not a problem? It’s not rocket science.

● Against what are they validating the voter rolls?

● Are they using data from other agencies’ databases?

● Are they relying on ERIC?

● Are there any safeguards in place to prevent election/voter fraud in Florida?

What’s it going to take?

What’s it gonna take to right these wrongs? Is there not one ounce of integrity or conscience left in any branch of our government? Has everyone completely lost their moral compass and sold their souls for wealth, power, and personal gain?

Five Senate Judiciary Hearings with experts and poll workers presenting more than 40 solid hours of fact-based evidence, backed by sworn affidavits wasn’t enough? Authorized surveillance video, capturing after-hours fraudulent acts in voting centers by poll workers and supervisors. Bags of U.S. Mail containing discarded ballots. Sworn confessions by whistleblowers involved in the crimes. An in-depth, eye-opening full forensic audit that uncovered a mountain of evidence of fraud. A full-length documentary, 2000 Mules, depicting ballot trafficking on the government’s own surveillance cameras, and using the same GPS tracking methodology that’s been used by the FBI to track down and capture criminals.

What’s it going take to find at least one elected official with enough fortitude and backbone to step up and to stop leaving his or her constituents pushing a wet noodle with their efforts?

This is our beloved country, but this isn’t our job. It’s the job of those elected – or as it seems – selected.

It’s clear to many that if you’re not fighting for good, then you’re either siding with evil, complicit, and/or compromised. Either way, the veil has been lifted, the people know, and God’s Light will always shine and remove the darkness.

Where Do We Go From Here?

Isn’t it reasonable to expect the Division of Elections, which maintains the Florida Voter Database, to validate the data contained on the Florida Voter Rolls and clean it up? After all, it’s in their job description. However, if they allegedly are already doing this, then, clearly, there are flaws in the process and it needs a complete overhaul.

Again… their job.

Governor Ron DeSantis is loved by many, and is hated by many – all for the same reasons. Despite the differing opinions, one thing is for sure – he has done a lot of good for our state, and his actions have buffered the tremendous impact of the attacks on our families, food, and finances. But it’s time for Governor DeSantis to step up his game and ask the same questions of Attorney General Ashley Moody that his constituents are asking, and then to take the necessary actions as are required of him when an official isn’t fulfilling his or her oath of office, is disenfranchising the citizens of Florida, and is putting Florida’s security at risk.

The Florida Attorney General is the chief legal officer of the state and is head of the Florida Department of Legal Affairs.

Ashley Moody’s office and Ron DeSantis’ office were presented with the largest case of campaign finance violations in the history of Florida. The evidence of these criminal actions and the scope of the campaign finance violations were staggering. Yet, the individuals and organizations responsible for perpetrating these unconscionable crimes against the people of Florida have yet to be charged.

Why do Secretary of State Cord Byrd and Attorney General Ashley Moody both seem to be looking the other way? The evidence is blinding!

Ashley Moody’s constituents are calling her to the carpet on this because we’ve had enough of the smoke and mirrors. Showing up to make public announcements regarding whatever buzzword committee she’s put together this week to quell the uprising, but then not following through, isn’t gonna it anymore.

Floridians demand that she act in the capacity commensurate with the oath she has taken as chief legal officer of the state. We’re not interested in getting phone calls from her field agents to ward off mean tweets. We don’t want to see her showing up for the sound bites on the 6:00 news. We want her to take quick and decisive action to rid our beautiful state of the criminal elements that pervade it. We want to see indictments for election fraud and campaign finance violations, we want thorough investigations performed, and we want swift and uncompromising justice to be served.

In other words – it’s time for Ashley Moody to stop jerking around her constituents, and to do job – NOW – or just resign. Plain and simple. It should be easy enough for her to take action, since the patriots in our state have already done most of the leg work and heavy lifting for her.

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Roger Stone slams FBI raid at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago and accuses prosecutors of ‘utilizing optics and drama’ to retrieve missing files instead of going through the courts



● Roger Stone says he knows ‘firsthand’ the ‘violation that President Trump’ must be feeling following the FBI raid at his Mar-a-Lago resort

● The longtime GOP operative slammed the operation as a ‘heavy-handed tactic’ that could have been resolved through negotiations.

● Now they’ve elected to utilize the optics and drama of a raid on the home of the former president rather than file suit to obtain classified documents they allege he has,’ he told in an exclusive interview

● Stone, 69, said it was his understanding that Trump’s attorneys had been in ‘active negotiations with the National Archives’ over certain documents

● But ‘the lawyer handling those negotiations, Boris Epsteyn is an incompetent buffoon and his mishandling of those negotiations led to this raid,’ Stone said

● Stone himself had his home raided by federal agents in 2019 during Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe of Russian interference in the 2016 election

Roger Stone has slammed the FBI raid on Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort, accusing prosecutors of ‘utilizing optics and drama’ instead of going through legal negotiations to obtain missing files.

Federal agents stormed Trump’s Palm Beach property Monday in an unannounced search related to White House records linked to the Jan. 6 Capitol riot sought by the National Archives.

Stone, a longtime GOP operative and Trump confidante who himself was also at the center of a high-profile raid during the Mueller investigation in 2019, blasted the operation as a dramatic political stunt against the former president.

‘I know firsthand the violation that President Trump must feel tonight,’ Stone said in an exclusive interview with Monday.

‘Just as Mueller’s prosecutors could have contacted my lawyers so that I could turn myself in voluntarily, they [instead] had 29 heavily armed FBI agents storm my home at 6am with CNN in tow.

‘Now they have elected to utilize the optics and drama of a raid on the home of the former president of United States rather than file suit to obtain classified documents they allege he has.’

Stone, 69, said it was his understanding that Trump’s attorneys had been in ‘active negotiations with the National Archives’ over the submission of certain documents.

But according to the political consultant, ‘the lawyer handling those negotiations, Boris Epsteyn is an incompetent buffoon and his mishandling of those negotiations led to this raid.’

‘What documents are they so anxious to ensure they have control of so they never see the light of day? UFOs? The Kennedy Assassination? Debunking of the Russian collusion hoax?’ Stone added.

‘How is it that Hillary Clinton uses bleach to destroy a hard drive that includes classified documents but there are no raids on her home for prosecution of her?

In political terms, these heavy-handed tactics are backfiring badly with the voters.

‘Many particularly care for President Trump and are outraged are telling me that it’s time to clean house.

Trump has attempted to slow the release of presidential documents from the National Archives to the House select committee investigating the January 6 attack.

It’s not clear what specifically is being investigated, but it’s worth noting there are laws on the books against tampering and destruction of classified presidential records.

In October 2021, he launched a lawsuit against the Democrat-led House panel and the National Archives to block the release of the records and called the probe a ‘fishing expedition’ in a 26-page lawsuit.

The attorneys had also requested that the National Archives send Trump’s team any documents that could be relevant for review. Trump lost the case along with two subsequent appeals later that year.

Earlier this year the National Archives revealed that Trump had taken 15 boxes full of White House records to his Mar-a-Lago retreat after leaving Washington, DC the year before.

Officials from the Archives and the Records Administration had to retrieve the boxes this past January.

Stone, who had worked with other right-wing operatives to raise money and put the Jan. 6 protest into action, has also refused to cooperate with the investigation.

And though he was closely associated with several far-right operatives who have since been convicted for their role in the riot, Stone himself has maintained he was not associated with the violence and had no prior knowledge it would occur.

He has refused to testify before the House committee, invoking the Fifth Amendment, and sued members of the panel to prevent them from subpoenaing his phone records.

Stone took the same defiant approach five years ago when he was among the highest profile people to be ensnared in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe of Russian interference in the 2016 election.

While other former Trump allies distanced themselves from the then-president in the midst of the investigation, Stone remained defiant and insisted he would not testify against the commander-in-chief.

He was ultimately convicted in November 2019 on seven counts of lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstructing the House inquiry into possible Trump campaign coordination with Russia.

The former president then commuted Stone’s 40-month sentence back in July 2020 before granting him a full pardon absolving him of any record just before he left the White House.

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MOTOR-VOTER FRAUD 101: Exploiting NVRA – Enabling Non-Citizens to Vote



As states are permitted to design their own registration forms, it is well within the purview of Florida’s government officials – particularly the Secretary of State (SoS) – to design motor vehicle and voter registration forms that comply with Florida law and with our US Constitution. The current situation in Florida is a total mess.

By Roger Stone

In 1993, the ineffably corrupt and/or compromised and/or complicit (or just plain stupid) US Congress passed the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA)1, containing an intentional provision that could subsequently (and conveniently) be exploited to enable non-citizens to vote. Known as the “Motor-Voter Law,” this regulation requires that each driver license registration must serve as a simultaneous voter registration.

The inherent problem with this is that motor vehicle agencies are not required to verify US citizenship. While that issue could be addressed via state regulations, Florida state officials have been complicit in not taking the necessary steps to plug this cavernous hole.

As states are permitted to design their own registration forms, it is well within the purview of Florida’s government officials – particularly the Secretary of State (SoS) – to design motor vehicle and voter registration forms that comply with Florida law and with our US Constitution.

Pursuant to F.S. 97.052(1), Uniform statewide voter registration application – the law states, “The department shall prescribe by rule a uniform statewide voter registration application for use in this state.” (Emphasis added.)

F.S. 97.052(2) goes on to state:

The uniform statewide voter registration application must be designed to elicit the following information from the applicant…

…(s) Whether the applicant is a citizen of the United States by asking the question “Are you a citizen of the United States of America?” and providing boxes for the applicant to check to indicate whether the applicant is or is not a citizen of the United States.”4

In its hardcopy format, the Florida Voter Registration Form5 (see Figure 1) explicitly asks the question, “Are you a citizen of the United States of America?” and provides the boxes for the individual to check “Yes” or “No.”

Unfortunately, this form is not given to the unsuspecting person applying for, or renewing, a Florida driver license. Instead, the electronic form used by motor vehicle agencies – which serves as the simultaneous voter registration – does NOT ask this mandatory and vital question, as evidenced in Figures 2 and 3 below, from the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) Training Manual 6.7.

By the way, you won’t find the current Florida Voter Registration Form on the Florida Department of State (FDoS) website, RegisterToVoteFlorida.gov8 or on the FDoS Division of Elections’ (DoE) publications and forms site9 because the site still has the 2013 version of the form, even though page 2 of the PDF shows a revision date of 9/14/2020.10 There’s a second PDF posted to the DoE’s publications site with a revision date of 04/2022; however, that also has the obsolete nine-year-old form dated 2013.

Figure 1

Motor-Voter Fraud 101 (Rev. 01) Page 1 of 2, 2 of 2.

Motor-Voter Fraud 101 (Rev. 01) Page 3 of 2

Figure 2

(Red marking added; disregard black oval, it’s part of the graphic and couldn’t be removed.)

Figure 3

(Red marking added; disregard black circle, it’s part of the graphic and couldn’t be removed.)

Motor-Voter Fraud 101 (Rev. 01) Page 4 of 2

It is blatantly clear that, not only are these forms not uniform, the DHSMV form is missing the most critical Florida Statute-required question: “Are you a citizen of the United States of America?”

Additionally, Figure 412 below is a copy of the receipt that’s generated after the Voter Registration form has been submitted. Per the Florida Division of Elections (FDoE), the data is uploaded via a nightly batch job to the Department of State (DoS)

Figure 4

How is the value of a field, that’s missing from the input form, being stored in a table and then passed to an upstream system to ultimately produce a registration receipt, populated with “YES” in a field that was missing from the input screen?

Motor-Voter Fraud 101 (Rev. 01) Page 5 of 2

Decades of election experience tell me that’s not possible, unless the data in that field is being derived and auto-populated – which means that each time one of the voter registration forms is saved and/or submitted to the DoS, a law is being broken.

Each time. Each…and every…time.

In Figure 5 below, how many violations occurred at the DHSMV, just since 2018?

Got a calculator handy? No worries, here ya go…it’s 2,220,315 violations since 2018 alone.

Figure 5 – Number of voter registrations processed by each agency

Florida Division of Elections, Voter Registration – Method and Location (data updated: Jun. 30, 2022) reports/voter-registration-method-and-location/ (website updated Jul. 21, 2022).

Who is overseeing this process, and who is accountable for these repetitive unlawful acts? Are these irresponsible parties aware that submitting false information on a voter registration form is a third-degree felony?

And in what compromising position is that putting an unsuspecting customer, who is asked to sign an illegal document, affirming its content?

Freedom to choose means options are laid out in front of you; and, if you decide to select one, the opportunity is there to do so. But that’s not what’s happening in this pressurized process.

The customer is not given a blank slate from which to decide – the voter registration form is automatically generated by default, and the customer (most likely, unknowingly) has to take the initiative to opt-out – which probably rarely happens. It’s like walking up to a colleague at work, taking his stapler off his desk, and as you turn to walk away with it, you ask, “Is it okay if I borrow your stapler?” What’s he going to say, “No, bring it back?” Your colleague would be responding from disadvantaged position, and would be following your lead (undue influence). Unless it was his wallet you whisked away, he likely would submit rather than question or object.

Motor-Voter Fraud 101 (Rev. 01) Page 6 of 2

While the DHSMV training guide15 acknowledges F.S. 97.058 (see Figure 6), it also disregards the pressure being put on the customer by the aggressive approach of automatically processing the voter registration and forcing him or her to have to speak up and opt-out.

That is the epitome of “undue influence” – gaining control over a victim’s decision- making through tactics and unfair pressure.

Figure 6

Another question that arises as a consequence of this aggressive “everyone needing to register” approach is, “How many green card holders are being swept up in this cattle drive?” because it appears that legal green card holders are being corralled-in and registered to vote.

● Is anyone cross-referencing the voter rolls with green card holders in Florida to ensure that only US Citizens are voting in our elections?

● Are you aware that this is currently going on in Florida right now?

● Is this also happening to people, who are being registered to vote at the other state agencies that serve as voter registration sites?

Documents received from the local SoE, via a FOIA request, revealed there were ZERO non- citizens removed from the rolls. When asked why, the SoE replied, “The [DMV] checks that.”Wait… What?… Who is the SoE relying on for verification of voter information?

Motor-Voter Fraud 101 (Rev. 01) Page 7 of 2

The DHSMV’s own training manual (see Figure 7) says they don’t even know if a person is already registered to vote, so “go by what customer says.”

Figure 7

Well, that strikes a vote of confidence in the hearts of all citizens, doesn’t it? (No pun intended.)

The Division of Elections, currently led by Director, Maria Matthews, Esq., is almost entirely in control of our elections; however, the Division of Elections reports to the Florida Secretary of State, ultimately making the Secretary of State the chief elections officer – which means…the Secretary of State is responsible to ensure that non-citizens are not registered to vote.

Is it truly feasible that not a single person in this entire chain of command had any knowledge whatsoever of all of these flaws in the system and all these illegal acts being perpetrated?

This is fraud at the most basic level! It’s unacceptable, and needs to be addressed NOW. Florida citizens deserve answers, and demand immediate action!

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Cop Fired From NYPD For Being Friends With Roger Stone, Filing $25m Lawsuit



Sal Greco, a veteran police officer with 14 years of service to the NYPD was tried and fired for being a longtime friend of Roger Stone. He has no blemishes in his 14 years on the force, He did not attend the speech at the Ellipse or march on the capitol. Both remained in a hotel suite at the Willard. Yet, the city of New York fired him. He has now announced that he is suing the city of New York for $25 million dollars.

During his “trial” he was not allowed to call witnesses or to properly defend himself as defined by the US Constitution. Curiously, the new mayor of New York was in an identical situation to Mike Tyson, but he was not fired. Progressives in the NYPD went after Greco and stacked the deck in his hearing and got him fired. Greco isn’t taking it lying down. He should win. They could not find any crime he committed.

Stu London, Greco’s attorney wrote:

“To get an administrative subpoena for cell phone records you need to show criminality. So they bootstrapped on narcotics based on Kristin Davis’ eight year old conviction, and I think that’s unfair and makes it an illegal subpoena.”

Greco said this in an interview:

Despite an 15 year unblemished career of serving the people of New York as a New York City police officer in some of the most dangerous precincts in the city, I was ostensively terminated because I violated an NYPD regulation which prohibits officers from any association with a convicted felon. The NYPD has characterized my friendship with Roger Stone in this way. New York Police Department captain Eric Adams consorted, by his own admission with both Mike Tyson and Louis Farrakhan, both convicted felons and although there was an investigation, he was not terminated or punished by the NYPD in any way.

Under the law, Eric Adams and I must be treated equally, therefore I will be filing a $25 million lawsuit against the New York Police Department. This lawsuit will expose both the illegal seating of the administrative judge in my case, as well as corruption by the prosecutor in the conduct of my case.

Additionally I will be bringing lawsuits against multiple news outlets that have mischaracterized my relationship with Roger Stone. While he may be a public figure, I am not, and those who have distorted the truth will be held accountable.

The reason that the NYPD is treating me differently in this case is simply because of my support for President Donald Trump and my friendship with Roger Stone. This action against me is politically motivated and illegal. This unequal treatment will be addressed in the courts.

Go get them.

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Roger Stone Exclusive: Adam Schiff Is at It Again



Pencil-neck is at it again.

The Washington Post published a page-one above the fold story reporting that an illegally obtained audio reporting of a conversation between Congressman Matt Gaetz and me at a conservative conference in Florida in 2019 showed me asking for Gaetz’s support of a presidential pardon and reflecting precisely what Gaetz had said public ally on numerous occasions; not only did he support such a pardon but he was confident that President Trump would see the injustice and corruption of my indictment and would ultimately issue presidential clemency in my case.

The Post’s page-one “nothingburger,” actually undercut a frequent lie told by Hillary Clinton, Congressman Jerry Nadler, Congressman Hakeem Jeffries and Congressman Adam Schiff – that I had somehow traded my silence regarding unspecified wrongdoing by the President in return for clemency – an oft repeated lie for which there is no evidence nor truth.

The previous weekend, Congressman Adam Schiff – who lied for over two years about having seen more than circumstantial evidence of collusion between Russian intelligence and the Trump campaign – was on CBS’s Face The Nation and claimed that the January 6th Committee had “established links between Trump advisors Roger Stone and General Michael Flynn and the extremist groups who attacked the Capitol on January 6th.”

Schiff is, of course, trying to imply that General Flynn and I had advance knowledge or were involved in some way in the illegal actions at the Capitol on January 6th, which is not only categorically false but also for which there is no evidence whatsoever. It is a classic use of the “guilt by association” tactic that Schiff and his understudy Rep. Jamie Raskin, are so adept at.

January 6th Unselect Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson told The Hill that additional evidence regarding this alleged “link” was not included in the televised committee hearings for lack of time, claiming that because testimony by White House Counsel Pat Cipollone had to be included in the same televised hearing, that the “script” had to be changed. In other words, they have no evidence of wrongdoing by either me or Flynn. This is the same exact line of disinformation that Schiff and his sidekick Congressman Eric Swalwell used in the entire “Russian collusion” hoax.

When President Donald Trump recognized the political nature of my indictment for “lying to Congress” about “Russian collusion” which we now know never even happened, as well as the epic rigging and corruption of my DC trial; he first commuted my prison sentence and ultimately issued me a full and unconditional presidential pardon. A quick scan of mainstream media articles will reveal that while the commutation of my prison sentence was widely reported, today, most “news organizations” omit any mention of the pardon.

When the news of my commutation was released, Schiff almost immediately recycled the same discredited BS that he had pushed for three years; “Roger Stone was the link between the Trump campaign and Russian Intelligence officer(s).” Schiff is well aware of the fact that my completely benign exchange via Twitter direct message with the persona of Guccifer 2.0 took place after WikiLeaks had already published all of their documents regarding Hillary and the DNC and that the content of this exchange showed no evidence whatsoever of collusion, collaboration or cooperation. He also knows I released the entire exchange in 2017 so none of this was a revelation.

In fact, Schiff knows that the assertion that Guccifer 2.0 is a “Russian intelligence officer” is a spurious claim by John Brennan’s CIA but is a question much in dispute. Former NSA counter-intelligence officer Bill Binney and former CIA counter-terrorism officer Ray McGovern have written thousands of words and produced overwhelming forensic evidence that indicates that Guccifer 2.0 is more likely a CIA created cutout as well as establishing that the evidence that the Russians executed an online hack of the DNC is nonexistent.

Mueller’s prosecutors argued that my case had to be heard by Judge Amy Berman Jackson because they claimed my indictment was a “related case” to the case of seventeen alleged Russian intelligence agents who Mueller claimed had hacked the Democratic National Committee. Mueller’s prosecutors even promised the Judge that they would produce evidence against me gleaned from search warrants in said Russian hackers case at my trial. They, of course, provided no such thing. The Russian hackers case has never even gone to the discovery phase (of course), and thus neither Mueller nor the “intelligence agencies” he cites in that case have ever been required to produce actual prove that the DNC was the target of an online hack by Russian assets.

Judge Jackson prohibited my defense attorneys from producing expert witnesses or any forensic evidence which would have proved that the underlying premise of my criminal indictment –that the Russians hacked the DNC – never actually happened, and that the forensic evidence proves that data stolen from the DNC had, in fact, been downloaded to some kind of portable drive and physically removed from the DNC headquarters.

Schiff, discredited former Special Counsel Robert Mueller and the weasel most responsible for the illegitimate Mueller investigation, former acting Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, still think that if they repeat these lies over and over again enough times, they can recreate the magic of the early days of the Mueller investigation before declassified documents were finally released proving that the entire “Russian collusion” claim was a hoax. Indeed, Schiff and his cronies are now reusing the same tactics in their January 6th witch-hunt.

In retrospect, I now recognize that every question that I was charged with lying in my answer to was posed by Adam Schiff. It is now abundantly clear that Robert Mueller’s dirtiest cop Aaron Zelinsky, a former Hillary Clinton State Department lawyer, bully and corrupt prosecutor shared the fruits of the search warrants in my case which he defrauded multiple federal judges and magistrates to obtain with Schiff, sifting through my emails in order to structure “gotcha” questions for my voluntary appearance before the house intelligence committee.

Then, in direct violation of House rules, Schiff shared my classified testimony with Zelinsky. Zelinsky wasn’t bright enough to draft an indictment from such thin gruel, so he went to one of the most corrupt and sadistic prosecutors in US history, Andrew Weissman. Since Mueller is in the early stages of Alzheimer’s and was reputably referred to as “mumbles” around the Special Counsel’s office, Weissman was really running the whole corrupt show. This shifty maneuver by Adam Schiff explains why, again in violation of House Rules, Schiff and his sidekicks Rep. Eric Swalwell and Rep. Joaquin Castro all predicted immediately after my testimony that I would be indicted for perjury. What did they I know that I didn’t?

The antics of Adam Schiff are standard operating procedure for this charlatan, who frequently makes explosive public charges readily lapped up by the lap-dog media in order to generate headlines. Schiff and his enablers in the media virtually never come up with proof to back his accusations.

In fact, it’s carny barker Schiff’s trail of fabrications that are always shifting. Let’s review his sordid record;

In a March 22, 2017 exchange with Chuck Todd on Meet the Press Daily, Todd suggested that the evidence of collusion was at best circumstantial. “Actually, no, Chuck,” Schiff said. “I can tell you that the case is more than that. And I can’t go into the particulars, but there is more than circumstantial evidence now. … I will say that there is evidence that is not circumstantial and is very much worthy of investigation.”

On Nov. 1, during a House Intelligence Committee hearing, Schiff laid out the evidence for Trump-Russia collusion. “What is clear is this: the Kremlin repeatedly told the campaign it had dirt on Clinton and offered to help it, and at least one top Trump official, the president’s own son, accepted.” Schiff, of course ignored that fact that Donald Trump, Jr. received nothing whatsoever from the Russian lawyer he met with, and that the Russian woman in question met both before and after the Trump Tower meeting with Glenn Simpson of Fusion GPS, who produced the bogus dossier about Trump with assistance from Russian intelligence assets. Schiff also ignored questions about who issued her visa to enter the country — after the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York denied it. Of course, Schiff never lets the facts get in the way of a good political smear.

On Dec. 10, 2017 Schiff once again stated, “We have all of these facts in chronology, you’d have to believe that these were all isolated incidents, not connected to each other — just doesn’t make rational sense … We do know this: the Russians offered help, the campaign accepted help, the Russians gave help and the president made full use of that help. That is pretty damning, whether it is proof beyond a reasonable doubt of conspiracy or not.”
Again, the Trump campaign accepted and made use of nothing. But don’t interrupt little Adam Schiff when he’s on a rhetorical roll.

Schiff stated on Feb. 7, 2018 that there was “certainly a lot of evidence” of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.” He added, “In terms of ethical violations and acting against the interest of the United States, that evidence is already ample and in the public view.”

Again, the congressman from West Hollywood has produced evidence of no such thing.

In what appeared to be a direct reversal, Schiff appeared on ABC’s “The View” on March 3, 2018. He finally had to concede that the panel he co-chaired had seen no evidence at all that the Trump campaign “colluded” with the Russian government during the 2016 election.
Yet on April 15, appearing on ABC’s “This Week,” Schiff made a point to say that it was “simply not true” that there had been no evidence the 2016 presidential campaign for Donald Trump colluded with Russia.”

Schiff, the ever-hopeful wannabe star, continued making headlines such as this one on April 27, 2018: “ADAM SCHIFF ANNOUNCES DEMOCRATS HAVE EVIDENCE OF TRUMP/RUSSIA COLLUSION.” The story quoted Schiff: “In fact, we found evidence of collusion in the abundant secret meetings and communications between Trump campaign officials and associates.”

Finally, Schiff changed his assertions of collusion yet again on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” As if trying to clarify his many contradictory statements, he defended his committee’s investigation, saying: “At the outset of the investigation, there was circumstantial evidence of collusion.” You will recall back in 2017 he told Chuck Todd, who should be working behind the counter at Macy’s, “I will say that there is evidence that is not circumstantial…..”Little Adam Schiff can’t keep his lies straight.

None of this of course even touches on his ridiculous antics during the Ukrainian impeachment hoax where Schiff once again got caught lying about meeting with the so-called “whistleblower.” It’s a safe bet to say that the entire Ukrainian scam was cooked up in Adam Schiff’s office after their entire Russian collusion farce crashed and burned. Now incredibly Schiff is trying to fan the embers of the Russian collusion delusion one more time.

One thing is abundantly clear. If Robert Mueller and his dirty cop minions had any proof whatsoever that I worked with Russian intelligence to steal and disseminate data from the democrats, they most certainly would have charged me with it. If Mueller and his henchmen had any evidence that I had received documents from WikiLeaks (who they still falsely claim received the documents from the Russians) and passed them on to the Trump campaign, they would have charged me with that. In fact, if Mueller and his 12 angry democrats had any proof beyond the plea bargained induced uncorroborated claims of convicted liars Michael Cohen and Rick Gates that I ever even spoke to Donald Trump about WikiLeaks, they surely would have indicted me on that charge and would have used it to impeach the President.

Then, of course, Schiff invented a “whistleblower” for the purposes of a second failed impeachment against President Donald Trump in the Ukrainian hoax. The “whistleblower” turned out to be a member of his own staff.

Schiff also famously altered text messages between White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and Congressman Jim Jordan regarding January 6th before leaking them to the media.

This is, of course, the same Adam Schiff who insisted that the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop was “disinformation direct from the Kremlin,” a claim that now even The New York Times recognizes is entirely false.

If CBS was a legitimate news organization, they might think twice about even interviewing Congressman Adam Schiff, given his long record of lying to the public, but then we know CBS is not an unbiased news organization but merely a co-conspirator in the frenzied effort to destroy President Donald Trump and anyone who is loyal to him.

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