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Roger Stone’s conspiratorial rant accuses Robert Mueller of using ‘Gestapo tactics’ and covering up 9/11

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Trump confidante Roger Stone on Tuesday suggested that CNN was part of a conspiracy to have him arrested because network cameras were present when the FBI took him into custody.

During an interview on WABC-AM radio, Stone defended the media appearances he’s made following his arrest for lying to Congress, witness tampering and other charges in special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.

“Do you think they would come at me any less?” Stone complained. “I think the American people were revolted by what they saw.”

President Donald Trump’s longtime friend referred to the arrest as “Gestapo tactics.”

“If I was considered dangerous, why would the FBI allow a CNN camera crew to film the whole thing?” Stone asked. “I was arrested yesterday by CNN and they brought a few FBI agents with them.”

“There needs to be an investigation as to how [the CNN producers] knew about this in advance,” he insisted. “The point is to poison the jury pool, make me look like public enemy number one.”

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According to Stone, the special counsel’s office is trying to silence him “because I have pointed out Robert Mueller’s role in the cover-up of 9/11, the cover-up of BCCI, the cover-up of the anthrax murders, the cover-up of [Pan Am flight 103], the cover-up of the Whitey Bulger case, the cover-up of Uranium One.”

CNN producers explained that they played a hunch that Stone would be arrested on Friday after observing unusual grand jury activity which mirrored other arrest patterns.

Listen to the interview below WABC radio.

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Mitch McConnell takes checks from voting machine lobbyists — even as he blocks election security bills

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In 2016, Russian hackers targeted voting systems in 21 states and, according to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report, breached systems in Illinois and two counties in Florida, gaining access to information on millions of registered voters. In his report, Mueller described the Russian government’s interference in the 2016 elections as “sweeping and systematic.”

This article was written by Donald Shaw and reprinted from Sludge, which produces investigative journalism on lobbying and money in politics.

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Trump fires back at reports on his lousy polling with accusation of ‘the Greatest Presidential Harassment of all time’

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President Donald Trump started off his Saturday morning Twitter harangue by disregarding reports that his own internal 2020 polling shows him losing badly in key battleground states by saying things are great and that he is the subject of  "the Greatest Presidential Harassment of all time."

According to Trump's tweet: "Despite the Greatest Presidential Harassment of all time by people that are very dishonest and want to destroy our Country, we are doing great in the Polls, even better than in 2016, and will be packed at the Tuesday Announcement Rally in Orlando, Florida. KEEP AMERICA GREAT!"

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Trump isn’t a president, he’s a gangster

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The FBI had to wiretap mafia bosses like John Gotti and Vincent “The Chin” Gigante to catch them breaking the law. All they had to do to catch Donald Trump on Wednesday night was turn on ABC News. Trump proceeded to commit multiple felonies out in the open on national television when he told George Stephanopoulos he would be happy to accept dirt on his opponent from foreign governments in his 2020 re-election campaign.

"Somebody comes up and says, ‘hey, I have information on your opponent,' do you call the FBI?" Trump asked rhetorically. "It's not an interference, they have information — I think I'd take it," Trump said. "I'll tell you what, I've seen a lot of things over my life. I don't think in my whole life I've ever called the FBI. In my whole life. You don't call the FBI. You throw somebody out of your office, you do whatever you do.” He paused for a moment. “Oh, give me a break — life doesn't work that way."

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