Written by Luis Miguel
Free from gag orders and fear of a federal prison cell, Roger Stone unleashed on those who prosecuted him, calling the Deep State actors who sought to destroy his life and the lives of other Trump allies “satanic.”
“The prosecutors in my view were not honest,” the 67-year-old political strategist and Trump ally said during an interview for a Just the News podcast. “I think they were politically motivated.”
Wearing a t-shirt that read “Roger Stone Still Did Nothing Wrong,” Stone maintained that neither he nor President Trump were guilty of collusion or other wrongdoings. Rather, he claimed prosecutors wanted him to falsely accuse his former boss.
“They wanted me to lie, to bear false witness against the president in return for some kind of leniency.… I know of no illegal or inappropriate actions by the president whatsoever. They went through every email, every text message, and every phone call. There is no evidence to the contrary.”
Stone told Just the News that the prosecution made an unusual request with the seeming intention of keeping him from exposing unethical conduct among the feds.
“The prosecutors in the case made a motion before the court that I could not raise the misconduct of the Office of Special Counsel, or the Department of Justice, or the FBI, or any member of Congress in my defense,” he said. “Now, firstly, that’s unconstitutional … but if you think about it for a moment, why would the prosecution even make such a motion, if there was no misconduct for me to raise?”
Stone went on to say that his adversaries are “satanic.”
“I really do believe that those who are trying to undo this president, those who are trying to destroy me, trying to destroy Michael Flynn — who’s a very good man and great American patriot war hero — I do believe they’re satanic. I don’t believe that any of these people involved in my prosecution are really believers in God.”
The allusions to Christianity are no surprise given Stone’s professed decision to give his life to Jesus six months ago, which he called the greatest decision he ever made.
The Republican icon, long known for his “dirty tricks” in helping the candidates who hire him win elections, explained that, thanks to his newfound faith, he has no desire to seek revenge against the allegedly corrupt officials who targeted him.
“In the old days, I would have wanted revenge, I would have wanted to take revenge against every one of them,” he mused. “But now I realize that vengeance is God’s; it’s not mine.… They will get their just due. They will get it from a vengeful God.… He knows who the bad guys are. I don’t have to worry about it anymore because it’s in His hands.”
“Praise be to God. I was never nervous or worried because I had prayed so fervently for deliverance from my persecutors and I knew in my heart that He would Protect me,” he said after President Trump commuted his sentence, which would have put him behind bars for 40 months.
Stone credited the president with saving his life as he believes that, amid the COVID-19 outbreak, his health would have been in serious jeopardy in prison.
“I’m 67 years old. I had very, very severe asthma as a child. If you look at the profile of those who are most at risk, I think I fit that,” he previously said.
“He saved my life, I have no doubt about that,” Stone told Just the News. “He didn’t have to do this. This is costing him money. He’s subject to ridicule and abuse every single day.”
It remains uncertain whether Stone will appeal his guilty verdict. Although he believes he didn’t receive a fair trial, he admitted a retrial would be risky because anything could happen.
Three of the biggest social media giants — Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram — have kicked Stone off their sites. The conservative personality said he and his defamation lawyers are weighing legal action to have his accounts restored.
Roger Stone is right about one thing: As The New American has previously pointed out, satanic symbolism and philosophies are rampant in the institutions, front groups, and secret societies controlled by the Deep State. The forces that seek to destroy America are more than bad decision-making or political incompetence. It’s a matter of evil waging war on good.