Roger Stone is guilty, and the long-anticipated link between Donald Trump and WikiLeaks is now a matter of court record. It’s official, the President of the United States is implicated in a conspiracy with Russia to throw an American Presidential election. A federal jury found the longtime Republican trickster Roger Stone guilty on all charges for thwarting a House investigation into Russia’s 2016 election interference, confirming Trump’s role in the 2016 Russian collusion and conspiracy to influence a Presidential election.
Roger Stone and Trump Link
On the first day of the trial, prosecutors presented call records showing that Trump and Stone spoke regularly on the phone as the Russian government WikiLeaks email-dump evolved. They even spoke on the day the DNC announced it had been hacked. Russian spies on orders from Putin hacked into American political servers, stole the emails, and gave the emails to WikiLeaks. The hack started within hours of Trump asking publicly for Russia to hack into American servers, steal, and release emails.
Many have called Trump’s public request to a foreign government treasonous-like behavior. Here is the clip:
Trump-Related Key Highlights
In the following highlights, I replaced the following known placeholders with their more accurate label:
- Organization 1 = Wikileaks
- Person 1 = Jerome Corsi
- Person 2 = Randy Credico
- The Reporter = Breitbart’s Matthew Boyle
- The high-ranking Trump campaign official = Brietbart’s Steve Bannon
3. From … July 2016 through … November 2016, …[Wikileaks] … released tens of thousands of documents stolen from the DNC and … the U.S. presidential campaign of Hillary Clinton…
5. During the summer of 2016, STONE spoke to senior Trump Campaign officials [Steve Bannon] about
[Wikileaks] and information [Wikileaks] …had that would be damaging to the Clinton
Campaign. STONE was contacted by senior Trump Campaign officials [including Steve Bannon] to inquire about future releases by [WikiLeaks].
6. …in…August 2016, STONE was claiming both publicly and privately to
have communicated with [WikiLeaks]. …STONE also continued to communicate with members
of the Trump Campaign [including Steve Bannon] about [WikiLeaks] and its intended future releases.
11. …in … June and July 2016, STONE informed senior Trump Campaign officials [including Steve Bannon] that he had information indicating [WikiLeaks] had documents whose release would be damaging to the Clinton Campaign.
12. After the July 22, 2016 release of stolen DNC emails by WikiLeaks, [Steve Bannon] was directed to contact STONE [By Trump] about any additional releases and what other damaging information [WikiLeaks] had regarding the Clinton Campaign. STONE thereafter told the Trump Campaign [via Steve Bannon] about potential future releases of damaging material by [WikiLeaks].
c. On …October 4, 2016, [Julian Assange] held a press conference …pertaining to the Clinton Campaign. Shortly afterwards, STONE received an email from [Steve Bannon] asking about the status of future releases by [WikiLeaks]. STONE answered that …[Julian Assange said] that [WikiLeaks] would release “a load every week going forward.”
22. During his HPSCI testimony, STONE was asked, “So you have no emails to anyone concerning the allegations of hacked documents . . .” STONE falsely and misleadingly answered, “That is correct. Not to my knowledge.”
23. In truth and in fact, STONE had sent and received numerous emails and text messages during the 2016 campaign in which he discussed [WikiLeaks], its head, and its possession of hacked emails. At the time of his false testimony, STONE was still in possession of many of these emails and text messages, including:
a. The email from …July 25, 2016 that read …“Get to [Julian Assange] [a]t Ecuadorian Embassy in London and get the pending [WikiLeaks] emails . . .”
c. The email from Person 1 to STONE on …August 2, 2016 that stated …“Word is friend in embassy plans 2 more dumps. One shortly after I’m back. 2nd in Oct. Impact planned to be very damaging.”;
e. The email from STONE on …October 3, 2016 to the …Trump Campaign, which read in part, “Spoke to my friend in London last night. The payload is still coming.”…
f. The emails on …October 4, 2016 between STONE and [Steve Bannon], including STONE’s statement that [WikiLeaks] would release “a load every week going forward.”
35. During his HPSCI testimony, STONE was asked, “did you discuss your conversations with …anyone involved in the Trump campaign?” STONE falsely and misleadingly answered, “I did not.” In truth and in fact, …STONE spoke to multiple individuals involved in the Trump Campaign about what he …learned from his intermediary to [WikiLeaks], including the following:
a. On multiple occasions, STONE told senior Trump Campaign officials [including Steve Bannon] about materials possessed by [WikiLeaks] and the timing of future releases.
b. On …October 3, 2016, STONE wrote to a supporter involved with the Trump Campaign, “Spoke to my friend in London last night. The payload is still coming.”
c. On or about October 4, 2016, STONE told [Steve Bannon] that the [Julian Assange]… “…would release “a load every week going forward.”