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Roger Stone/Alex Jones

Alex Jones Goes on Tirade Against Roger Stone Jurors

https://www.thedailybeast...s?ref=home

“We’ve got her name, and we’re going to release it,” the conspiracy theorist said of one potential juror—but in his rush to defend his ally he appears to have got the wrong person.

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InfoWars conspiracy theorist and Roger Stone ally Alex Jones stepped up his attacks on the jury at Stone’s trial on Tuesday, broadcasting the name and face of a woman he claimed was a juror at the trial and calling her a “minion” of anti-Trump forces.

“We’ve got her name, and we’re going to release it,” Jones said on his InfoWars broadcast, before revealing a woman’s name and putting her face on the screen behind him.

Later in the broadcast, Jones and his attorney were joined by a person dressed as the Grim Reaper and wielding a sickle. Stone hosted a show broadcast on InfoWars until recently, and Jones and his employees have frequently attacked the judge in Stone’s case, Judge Amy Berman Jackson.

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Reply #1 posted 11/07/19 9:05am

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You are right - that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones has not learned his lesson.

That fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones actually DID release a name, and it appears that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones released the wrong name.

I'm not going to name the juror but based on the information that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones used to identify this juror, the person that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones named cannot have been the actual juror. That person did not work in the office that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones said.

So while that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones hasn't learned his lesson, I hope everyone here has. You have to be a real low-moral/low-intelligence person to watch or listen to that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones.

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Reply #2 posted 11/07/19 10:24am

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RodeoSchro said:

You are right - that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones has not learned his lesson.

That fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones actually DID release a name, and it appears that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones released the wrong name.

I'm not going to name the juror but based on the information that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones used to identify this juror, the person that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones named cannot have been the actual juror. That person did not work in the office that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones said.

So while that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones hasn't learned his lesson, I hope everyone here has. You have to be a real low-moral/low-intelligence person to watch or listen to that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones.

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[Edited 11/7/19 9:06am]


i was going to post this on the previous fat fuck thread but it was closed.

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Reply #3 posted 11/07/19 11:42am

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Yeah, it timed out. But it expired pretty much on the same day that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones did another disgusting thing. He's the sack shit that never quits smelling.

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Reply #4 posted 11/07/19 12:03pm

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OK - with the OP's permission, and since all these slimeballs are connected at some point - we can ALSO discuss the trial of Roger Stone.

I've said since the beginning of all this stuff that if the only thing that happened is the imprisonment of Roger Stone, I'd be cool with that. He is truly the lowest of the low - a worse human that even that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones, believe it or not.

Stone - for whom I've yet to come up with a snarky nickname, so take your best shot! - is on trial for lying to Congress, obstruction of justice, and tampering with a witness. This all revolves around Stone's involvement in the wikileaks release of the DNC's emails.

FORGOTTEN FACT - the Russians also hacked into the server of the GOP and obtained emails from them, too. But for some reason that no one can figure out, those were never released by wikileaks or anyone else. Strange, huh? It's almost like the Russians and wikileaks had one and only one candidate they wished to impair.

Anyway, Stone's trial began yesterday with jury selection. I AM NOT MAKING THIS NEXT PART UP - as soon as it began, Stone literally and actually shit his pants. He claimed "food poisoning" but I think he went full Ted Nugent.

The potential juror that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones incorrectly named wasn't even selected for the final jury, so there goes that. Except, she probably has a cause of action against that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones and I hope she pursues it. I'll donate to her legal fund if she needs help.

Oh! And it's time for a

WONKETTE ALERT * WONKETTE ALERT * WONKETTE ALERT * WONKETTE ALERT * WONKETTE ALERT * WONKETTE ALERT * WONKETTE ALERT * WONKETTE ALERT * WONKETTE ALERT * WONKETTE ALERT * WONKETTE ALERT

Let the triggering begin!

As Wonkette reports - https://www.wonkette.com/...it-the-fan - Stone tried all kinds of excuses to get out of being charged with being a ratfucking liar. One of them was this:

See, when Adam Schiff asked if Stone had any correspondence with Wikileaks or a go-between to Assange, Roger Stone assumed he meant pertaining to Russia. It's like that game you played when you were fifteen and you added "in bed" to every sentence. Stone was mentally adding "in Russia" to all of HPSCI's queries, and so he had no "criminal intent" to lie to Congress.

Like when Stone was asked "Did you ask [the intermediary] to communicate anything else to Julian Assange?" Now, if you didn't know the IN RUSSIA rule, you might think he was obligated to disclose a July 25, 2016, email to Jerome Corsi exhorting him to "Get to Assange. At Ecuadorian Embassy in London and get the pending Wikileaks emails . . . they deal with Foundation, allegedly." But actually, in his mind Stone heard "Did you ask [the intermediary] to communicate anything else to Julian Assange IN RUSSIA?" And everyone knows Julian Assange was holed up smearing shit on the walls of the Ecuadorian embassy in London back in 2016, so Stone wasn't lying when he responded, "I did not."

Stone also asked accomplice Randy Credico to “do a Frank Pentangeli” if Credico is ever asked about any of this by the House Intelligence Committee. For those of you who haven't watched "Godfather II" (like me, but I am definitely going to watch it soon!), that means pretending you don't know the person you're being asked questions about.

Now, that might sound like asking someone to commit a felony, but Stone's attorney has a simple explanation. You see, it turns out that Randy Credico is an accomplished impressionist, and Stone was merely asking Credico to do his impression of Frank Pentangeli.

Don't go asking pointy-head questions, like "But wouldn't Stone have asked Credico to do Frank Pentangeli, not do a Frank Pentangeli? And why would anyone do impressions for Adam Schiff anyway?" If you do, you're an elite who's obviously part of the Deep State, and we know where you go to get your "pizza".

Speaking of which, guess who Stone had lunch with during the lunch break yesterday? Just the biggest collection of losers this side of Jim Jordan's jacket closet, that's who. Stone lunched with such pieces of crap as "Proud Boys" founder and Giant Pussy Gavin McInnes, Pizzagate promoter Jack Posobiec, and national laughingstock Milo Yiannopoulos. Good gosh - if that's your crew, you truly are a ratfucker.

No story about losers would be complete with Tucker Carlson and sure enough, the Frat Boy From Hell spent most of his show last night slobbering about the judge in this case.

What a first day! I can hardly wait to see what comes next!

This has been a

WONKETTE ALERT * WONKETTE ALERT * WONKETTE ALERT * WONKETTE ALERT * WONKETTE ALERT * WONKETTE ALERT * WONKETTE ALERT * WONKETTE ALERT * WONKETTE ALERT * WONKETTE ALERT * WONKETTE ALERT

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Reply #5 posted 11/12/19 11:39am

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The prosecution phased of Roger Stone's trial is about over. There's never been any doubt that Stone is guilty as charged; the documents he produced proved that. His defense is expected to start and end tomorrow. I'm sure any Internet Lawyers here know what that means.

The biggest news to come out of this trial relates to unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump. I know you'll find this hard to believe, but he lied in his written responses to Robert Mueller.

Unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump said he didn't talk to Stone about WikiLeaks but Rick Gates testified that, in fact, Stone and Trump did talk about WikiLeaks.

Lying to Robert Mueller is, of course, an impeachable offense as it relates to the president of the United States of America. Trump is already assured of impeachment; what remains to be seen is how many articles of impeachment will be approved. Lying to Mueller could very well be an article of impeachment.

Stone's goose is cooked. His only hope is a pardon. But loyalty with unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump is a one-way street.

It's entirely possible that a wide variety of bad individuals are going to get an up-close view of Stone's Nixon tattoo very, very soon.

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Reply #6 posted 11/15/19 8:50am

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Roger Stone found guilty

The nothing burger that keeps sending Trump cronies to prison.

What morons.

Why would anyone go to jail for Trump?
Bunch of losers.

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Reply #7 posted 11/15/19 9:38am

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Trump, Stone all criminals. Lock them up!!! I hope Stone does some hard time.

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Reply #8 posted 11/15/19 9:40am

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A great day for America!
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Reply #9 posted 11/15/19 9:45am

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RodeoSchro said:

A great day for America!

It certainly seems so.

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https://www.politico.com/...ing-071124

The charges against Stone carry a maximum potential prison term of 50 years, but he’s likely to be sentenced in accordance with federal guidelines that typically call for a much more lenient sentence for first-time offenders. Those guidelines are expected to call for Stone to spend a couple of years in prison, if convicted, legal experts said.

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Reply #11 posted 11/15/19 2:11pm

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hammer Lying to Congress, witness tampering et al. 2 hours of deliberation. Sweet.

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Reply #12 posted 11/15/19 2:23pm

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Best thing I read today......"Somebody finally went to jail over Hillary's emails" lol lol lol

"If we had had confidence the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so."
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Reply #13 posted 11/15/19 2:29pm

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Best thing I read today......"Somebody finally went to jail over Hillary's emails" lol lol lol


haha right? Cocky blowhard with a Nixon tattoo got his ass handed to him. Where's the JAILBIRD tee shirt?

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Reply #14 posted 11/15/19 2:39pm

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Already hints Trump wants to pardon him.
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Trump sure makes the case about about seriously limiting the power of the presidency. This asshole has really damaged the office.
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Reply #15 posted 11/15/19 2:46pm

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:

Already hints Trump wants to pardon him.
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Trump sure makes the case about about seriously limiting the power of the presidency. This asshole has really damaged the office.


I definitely agree with you on your comments about damaging the office. As a Canadian, we are inundated with US news and influence. I know we have always had great respect for the office of the president, but many of us think Trump has made a complete joke out of the office. It's a real shame and we hope someone will eventually step into that position and restore it to its greatness.
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Reply #16 posted 11/15/19 3:12pm

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Count 1 - GUILTY

Count 2 - GUILTY

Count 3 - GUILTY

Count 4 - GUILTY

Count 5 - GUILTY

Count 6 - GUILTY

Count 7 - GUILTY

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Reply #17 posted 11/15/19 3:17pm

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:

Already hints Trump wants to pardon him. . Trump sure makes the case about about seriously limiting the power of the presidency. This asshole has really damaged the office.

You mean Stone wants Trump to pardon him, correct? So far Trump has not said that.

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Reply #18 posted 11/15/19 3:35pm

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DiminutiveRocker said:

Count 1 - GUILTY

Count 2 - GUILTY

Count 3 - GUILTY

Count 4 - GUILTY

Count 5 - GUILTY

Count 6 - GUILTY

Count 7 - GUILTY

Finally.

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Donald J. Trump

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So they now convict Roger Stone of lying and want to jail him for many years to come. Well, what about Crooked Hillary, Comey, Strzok, Page, McCabe, Brennan, Clapper, Shifty Schiff, Ohr & Nellie, Steele & all of the others, including even Mueller himself? Didn’t they lie?....

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Reply #20 posted 11/15/19 4:25pm

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Yeah, typical. Doesn't hint pardon tho, doubt even he would say that on day 1.

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We know Trump, before he goes he's going to try the most shameless sleaze he thinks he can get away with. The tweets hint what he is thinking. He's already priming the waters.

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Reply #22 posted 11/15/19 5:19pm

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The cable/social media world is priming the waters too (it's either priming the pump or testing the waters). They all repeat each other making "predictions" to fill the time. Can't we have Roger Stone guilty for at least one day before hundreds of gossip/"news" pundits fall all over each other speculating Trump will pardon him by reading tweet tea leaves?

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Reply #23 posted 11/16/19 9:26am

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poppys said:

The cable/social media world is priming the waters too (it's either priming the pump or testing the waters). They all repeat each other making "predictions" to fill the time. Can't we have Roger Stone guilty for at least one day before hundreds of gossip/"news" pundits fall all over each other speculating Trump will pardon him by reading tweet tea leaves?

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lol But not going to happen. They're going to speculate as long as people tune in to watch them speculate. lol

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Just turn off your television.

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Reply #24 posted 11/16/19 9:27am

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A great day for America!

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It will be really great when he begins to actually serve time! That's what I'm looking forward to. This "human scum" behind bars. (for awhile).

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Musicslave said:

RodeoSchro said:

A great day for America!

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It will be really great when he begins to actually serve time! That's what I'm looking forward to. This "human scum" behind bars. (for awhile).

The thing about all of these people, is they play it off like it's all a joke. It's a big game to them.

Some even call it performance art when they run out of ways to defend these assholes.

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Hope the judge takes that into account when sentencing him.

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poppys said:

The cable/social media world is priming the waters too (it's either priming the pump or testing the waters). They all repeat each other making "predictions" to fill the time. Can't we have Roger Stone guilty for at least one day before hundreds of gossip/"news" pundits fall all over each other speculating Trump will pardon him by reading tweet tea leaves?

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lol But not going to happen. They're going to speculate as long as people tune in to watch them speculate. lol

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Just turn off your television.


I do. Cut the cable too. Plenty of web surfing and I actually read long articles for details (dinosaur). Just my comment on it, I didn't bring it into the thread in the first place. My point was - Trump said nothing about a pardon yesterday.

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Musicslave said:



RodeoSchro said:


A great day for America!

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It will be really great when he begins to actually serve time! That's what I'm looking forward to. This "human scum" behind bars. (for awhile).



He is supposed to report to prison on February 6, 2020. We’ll see, and I wouldn’t be too surprised if unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump throws him in the grease and doesn’t pardon Stone.
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https://www.mediamatters....dent-trump
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As the jury deliberated on November 14, Jones purported to share a message from Stone himself during the broadcast of Infowars’ The Alex Jones Show. Jones said, “Roger Stone’s message is this: He expects to be convicted. He said only a miracle can save him now. … He said to me, ‘Alex, barring a miracle, I appeal to God and I appeal to your listeners for prayer, and I appeal to the president to pardon me because to do so would be an action that would show these corrupt courts that they’re not going to get away with persecuting people for their free speech or for the crime of getting the president elected.’”

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Stone appeals to God and Donald Trump? Aren't they from 2 different places? evillol

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