One of the things that always got me about the witch hunt against Roger Stone is the way that liberals were wanting to go after him so hard.
It’s strange how much they want to go after people that they don’t agree with politically and then turn a blind eye to the people that they get along with.
It’s one thing to do something like that when you have someone you are recommending for a job but when it comes to the wanton destruction that the Democratic Party tries to engage in you have you wonder who the real crooks are.
Roger Stone, President Trump’s longtime political advisor, made a huge announcement on his Parler account on Christmas Eve. According to Stone’s announcement, he is planning a lawsuit against the Department of Justice, and several specific department figures that were involved in his prosecution and the investigation that led to it.
“The terms of my pardon allow me to sue the Department of Justice, Robert Mueller, James Comey, John Brennan, Rod Rosenstein, Josnathan Kravis (sic), Aaron … Zelinsky, Jeanie Rhee (sic), and Michael Morando,” Stone wrote.
“My lawyers will be filing formal complaints for prosecutorial misconduct’s with DOJ office of professional responsibility at the same time I file a 25 million dollar lawsuit against the DOJ and each of these individuals personally,” his post continued.
“In fact, I am going to add Bill Barr to the lawsuit and I will handle his cross-examination personally,” Stone added.
Stone is suing the DOJ after he was convicted by a Washington jury for lying under oath to officials involved in the Russia Collusion hoax investigation.
The political advisor was found guilty of one count that he “corruptly influenced, obstructed, and impeded” the congressional investigation, and one count of attempting to “corruptly persuade” congressional testimony of radio show host Randy Credico, and five counts of lying to the House Intelligence Committee regarding contact he had with WikiLeaks during the 2016 campaign, according to reporting by the Washington Examiner.
Stone’s sentence was commuted by President Trump in July, one day before he was to begin serving his sentence of three years and four months. This week, Trump issued several pardons, and Stone was among them.