BREAKING: ‘NBC’ Obtains Game Changing Text Messages In Trump/Russia Case


Now that the midterm elections are over, everyone has been braced for Special Counsel Robert Mueller to release new indictments and reporters to get more information regarding the investigation into the alleged collusion between the Trump 2016 presidential campaign and Russian government operatives.

An explosive development was revealed on Wednesday. Trump campaign advisor Roger Stone was exposed by his former friend, Randy Credico, for having sent text messages to him about the Wikileaks email dump on October 1, 2016. Wikileaks made those emails public on October 7, 2016.

NBC News reports:

‘Six days before WikiLeaks began releasing Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta’s emails, Roger Stone had a text message conversation with a friend about WikiLeaks, according to copies of phone records obtained exclusively by NBC News.

‘“Big news Wednesday,” the Stone pal, radio host Randy Credico, wrote on Oct. 1, 2016, according to the text messages provided by Stone. “Now pretend u don’t know me.”

‘“U died 5 years ago,” Stone replied.

‘“Great,” Credico wrote back. “Hillary’s campaign will die this week.”’

Stone left the campaign on August 8, 2015. However, the story about his departure was never clear. Stone said that he quit while Trump said that he fired him. Regardless, Stone remained an informal advisor throughout the campaigns. The two have been friends for many years, and Stone has been encouraging Trump to run throughout that time.

Mueller is also investigating claims by Credico that Stone committed the crime of witness intimidation against him, threatening to sue him and calling him a loser and a rat. Credico says Stone also made threats against his dog.

‘The Wall Street Journal reports that the special counsel is looking into whether Stone committed witness tampering with his campaign against Credico. The Journal says Mueller has spoken to filmmaker David Lugo about an anti-Credico blog post Stone helped him write, and Credico’s businessman friend Bill Samuels says he witnessed his reactions to Stone’s alleged threats against him.’

The news follows the revelation that Stones associate, Jerome Corsi, received a subpoena by Mueller earlier in the week. Convicted former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort is also a long-time associate of Stone’s, having run a lobbying business with him in which they were partners.

Both Stone and Donald Trump, Jr. have told those close to them that they expect to be indicted.