The FBI is being pushed to probe Donald Trump’s campaign and his advisor Roger Stone for cyber-terrorism and treason. And if those sound like serious charges, well, colluding with the Russian government to influence U.S. elections is some serious sh*t.
Of course, it’s hardly surprising that an alleged unregistered sex offender like Donald Trump and top allies like Roger Stone would be involved in such shenanigans. In a press release dated Oct. 15, The Democratic Coalition Against Trump (DCAT) announced that they’d filed the following formal complaint with the FBI.
‘We are requesting that the FBI immediately look into the connection between Roger Stone and the Trump campaign and the recent hacking of emails, likely conducted by the Russian government. We believe that Roger Stone had forewarning of the hack, based on a statement he made in August 2016 that Podesta’s emails would be next, and that he and the campaign have been working with a foreign government to influence an American election.’
Looking back, it seems highly suspicious that Roger Stone has done much to spread dangerous and flat out false rumors about rigged elections. That must have warmed the cockles of Vladimir Putin’s tiny, black, frigid heart. Oh, and on Aug. 13, the Trump surrogate went on the deranged right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones‘s radio show and bragged about having “mutual friends” with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Then, a week later, Stone showed off his amazing psychic abilities when he tweeted that “it will soon [be] Podesta’s time in the barrel.” He was referring, of course, to Hillary Clinton’s campaign chair John Podesta.
Sure enough, WikiLeaks’ bogus October surprise with supposedly hacked emails from Hillary Clinton’s server came out a few weeks later. Too bad those so-called leaked emails blew up in Stone’s face when they turned out to be FAKE.
Roger Stone insists all these accusations are false. Then again, he just bragged about his “back-channel communication” with WikiLeaks last Wednesday. With Donald Trump’s bromance with Vladimir Putin heating up and Roger Stone all up in Julian Assange’s back channel, this campaign’s truly taking a turn for the, erm, wurst. Because when it comes to sausage, legislation, and (alleged!) fake email hacks with help from foreign governments, you really don’t want to see how they’re made.
Roger Stone’s not the only one on Donald Trump’s campaign with (alleged!) Russian connections.
As we all know, Roger Stone’s not the only one on Donald Trump’s campaign with (alleged!) ties to Russia. There was the time Donald Trump said, “I think I’d get along very well with Vladimir Putin. I just think so.” And then there was that time when Donald Trump invited Russia to hack Hillary Clinton’s emails.
On Oct. 7, Bipartisan Report added that Russia and its former USSR satellites don’t just supply the alleged unregistered sex offender with Vodka and wives. They also provide him with campaign staff and advisors. These include foreign policy adviser Carter Page, who’s got many business ties with the evil empire formerly known as “the Evil Empire.” Oh, and there’s also Mein Trumpf’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort, adviser and GazProm lobbyist Richard Burt, not to mention his own many investments in and income from Russia.
No wonder Democrats in Congress have also called on the FBI to investigate Donald Trump’s suspicious ties to the Kremlin. Now, the Democratic Coalition Against Trump lends their support by seconding these concerns.
‘As our Coalition has released over the past few days, there is a real and concerning connection between Donald Trump, Russia, and Vladimir Putin. It’s not surprising that his campaign would have involvement with the most recent string of hacks and attacks on the American electoral system,” said Scott Dworkin, Senior Advisor to the Coalition.’
Here’s one of the DCAT’s troubling videos with Donald Trump gushing praise for Vladimir Putin and Russia.
And here’s Trumpy McTrumpFace Jr. talking about the family’s business ties with Russia… After Donald Trump denied they existed.