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Roger Stone Pardon Petition Won’t Quit, Just Like Stone

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Supporters of Roger Stone, who feel he should be pardoned by President Donald J. Trump for charges brought against him over his involvement in the 2016 Presidential election, have started a second petition to bring awareness to their cause.

“We, the undersigned, respectfully request that the President of the United States grant a full and unconditional pardon to Roger Jason Stone Jr.,” the petition says.

Petition Here

Stone was found guilty of lying to Congress about passing information from what the government says were Russian hacked emails exposing Hillary Clinton and John Podesta, to Trump when he was the Republican Presidential candidate.

Even though Bill Binney, former NSA  technical director and whistleblower has signed a sworn affidavit saying that there is no way the Russians Hacked the DNC, meaning there is no crime, there is no collusion with Russians and Hillary was not a victim of either that Stone was a part of,  Stone was found guilty of lying to Congress about a crime that didn’t happen.

Stone is an American icon in politics, starting with his high profile career in 1976 with President Ronald Regan when he was the Northeast Regional Political Director for Reagan in 1976, 1980 and 1984.  Stone previously worked for President Nixon in 1972  and co-founded the National Conservative Political Action Committee which defeated 5 incumbent Dem US Senators in 1978. Stone was involved with the 2000 Bush/Gore recount, helping Bush recover that election, by exposing voter fraud.

Stone also wrote the “Clintons’  War on Women” and was involved with the documentary on Danney Williams, who claims to be Bill Clinton’s illegitimate son that, according to supporters was downloaded 38 Million times on multiple platforms by mostly by Black voters, enraging Trump’s 2016 opponent, Hillary Clinton.

A Netflix Documentary explains Stone’s career.

Stone was not an employee of Trump’s in 2016, saying he was just a supporter.  “Trump is his own strategist, his own speechwriter, his own logistician, his own press secretary, and he is entitled to it. It’s his own money, his own name and you can’t argue with how it has worked. No one puts words in Donald Trump’s mouth, no one. He runs his campaign by telling you what HE thinks,” Stone said in 2016.

But now Stone is under a gag order, and he is not allowed to speak to the press about the charges brought against him, his legal case or defend himself in what has been a massive public trial in the media, with outrageous denial of Stone’s civil liberties.

Stone has many loyal supporters who know of his long history of important and high profile activism in the general liberty movement. Some supporters have started petitions, hoping to get Trump to pardon Stone.

The first petition started at the White House, which was shut down after suspiciously lacking in enough support to get Trump to make an official comment, even though it was high profile social media influencers who spent numerous days promoting the petition.

Yet with all of that high profile PR and advertising, curiously the first petition did not log enough names to get an official response from Trump, however, Trump did hint last week that a pardon for Stone was something that he had on his mind.

Infowars reported that Christmas Eve, Trump made comments about a possible pardon:

Of special concern for most Deporables, Citizen journalists, citizen bloggers and pundits is that if the government can bring a case against Stone for his activism, make up a case against him, and have an activist judge gag him, while the media drags his name and reputation through the mud, for promoting Trump, who is next?

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