Roger Stone Says FBI Acts Like Biden’s Personal Gestapo
Roger Stone, longtime political advisor to former President Donald Trump, accused the FBI of becoming President Biden’s “personal Gestapo” and called the summons he received from the committee “harassment”. the House investigating the January 6 riot on Capitol Hill.
Stone, who was pardoned by Trump after being convicted of lying to lawmakers about Russian election interference, criticized the FBI.
âWe have a group of politicized thugs at the top of the FBI who use the FBIâ¦ like Joe Biden’s personal Gestapo,â he told John Catsimatidis on his WABC 770 AM radio show in an interview that aired Sunday.
He also questioned the reasoning behind the FBI’s decision to search the home of James O’Keefe, the founder of Project Veritas, as part of an investigation into the theft of Biden’s daughter Ashley’s diary before the 2020 elections.
Project Veritas did not publish the contents of the newspaper, but the National File blog did publish handwritten pages about a week before the election.
“If a journalist has [Bidenâs] her daughter’s diary, especially if the reporter didn’t even publish or comment on it, why would you search their house? Why would you want to grab their computers? It’s very scary, âStone said.
He accused the January 6 committee of using subpoenas as “press releases”.
âI immediately started to think about how many of my ‘Roger Stone still hasn’t done anything wrong’ t-shirts can I sell to raise money for my legal defense. â¦ It is extremely expensive. I have had 11 harassment civil suits against me – all without merit, without merit, but extremely sensationalist – dismissed, âStone said.
“I still have six to do, not to mention [Congressâ] new level of harassment. â¦ They put
huge financial pressure on you, and they’re looking to writeâ¦ a subpoena like it’s a press release, âStone said. “Isn’t it interesting that they published the subpoena against me to the press even before my lawyers received it and had a chance to read it.” What are we talking about? âHe asked.