Roger Stone has bravely blasted former Clinton campaign chair John Podesta for being a “pedophile” on Twitter.
In an explosive tweet issued Tuesday evening, Stone called Podesta a creepy pedophile, adding fuel to the rumors that the Democrat strategist is involved in the child sex ring known as Pizzagate.
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Pizzagate is the discovery made by internet sleuths that Podesta and others connected to the Clinton campaign helped operate and cover-up an elite pedophile ring operating within Washington D.C.
Mediaite.com reports: Stone has also claimed that Gen. Michael Flynn knew of pedophiles involved in the “Deep State” — implying that this was a reason why Flynn was ousted from the Trump Administration.
Yesterday, Stone appeared in front of the House Intelligence Committee in a closed-doors hearing regarding Russia’s involvement in the 2016 presidential election. The allegations against Stone are that he had prior knowledge of the Clinton campaign hacking, since Stone tweeted an ominous threat toward Podesta two days before his emails were released. Additionally, Stone was known to have contact with a hacker believed to be connected to Russian cyberattacks.
However, he denies any involvement with Russia both personally and on behalf of the Trump campaign, saying that — despite his sleazy persona — treason is not a tactic he would stoop to.
“While some may label me a dirty trickster, the members of this Committee could not point to any tactic that is outside the accepted norms of what political strategists and consultants do today. I do not engage in any illegal activities on behalf of my clients or the causes in which I support,” said Stone during his opening statement yesterday.
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