This is what Roger Stone told the House Intelligence Committee about Russiagate

September 27, 2017 in News by RBN Staff



Source: Intellihub

Roger Stone tells the House Intel Committee how it is, demands an apology, calls ranking member a liar

WASHINGTON (INTELLIHUB) Best-selling author and political pundit Roger Stone testified to the House Intelligence Committee in secret behind closed doors Tuesday, where he made clear to the committee that he had “no involvement in the alleged activities within the scope of this committee’s investigation.”

After Stone’s testimony concluded, the flamboyantly outspoken pundit said that he “had no choice” but to go on Infowars’s platform to tell the world what he told the committee Tuesday.

Stone said that although investigators think that he was somehow involved some type of collusive activity between the Trump Campaign and the Russian State there is “not one shred of evidence” to back up the allegation which Stone said is “conjecture” at best.

During his statement, Stone pointed out how “our intelligence agencies have become politicized” and, to this day, ‘continue to leak information in detriment to President Trump.’

Additionally, Stone said that he never “predicted” that John Podesta’s emails would be hacked before they actually were and requested that Ranking Member of the House Intel Committee Adam Schiff show him a quote which suggests he did.

Stone also got into his “extensive knowledge of the Podesta Brothers” and their business activities in Russia, including their “uranium deal” which was resurrected publically in July of 2016 after Intellihub’s release of the bombshell report authored by the agency’s founder and editor-in-chief Shepard Ambellas titled “Clinton Foundation took massive payoffs, promised Hammond Ranch and other publicly owned lands to Russians along with one-fifth of our uranium ore.”


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