Federal Law enforcement appears to be adopting methods more suitable for the KGB or Stasi.
CNN’s exclusive news coverage of Roger Stone’s arrest was a big mistake. It reminded sentient people of the Ruby Ridge, Waco, and Elian Gonzalez raids. Smirking CNN snowflake David Shorttail claims he had a “gut instinct” to show up before 6 A.M. at Stone’s house.
Shorttail claimed it’s “standard operating procedure for the FBI to show up heavily armed like this but they didn’t do this for other people connected in the investigation. Obviously, Roger Stone is not the target of all this attention. His arrest is all part of the ongoing attack on President Trump. As the President tweeted, “If Roger Stone was indicted for lying to Congress, what about the lying done by Comey, Brennan, Clapper, Lisa Page & lover, Baker and soooo many others?” Senator Chuck Schumer announced that, “Let me tell you: You take on the intelligence community -- they have six ways from Sunday at getting back at you," It is clearly apparent who initiated this attack.
The entire leadership of the Justice Department made their best efforts to prevent Trump from winning the presidency. Since his election, they have done their best to destroy him. In order to get the full propaganda value of this arrest, it had to be televised. Who would be interested in a position in Trump’s 2020 campaign? The quote “Show me the man and I’ll find you the crime” is attributed to Stalin’s chief of the secret police Lavrentiy Beria. Perhaps a quote from Cardinal Richelieu is more appropriate, “If you give me six sentences written by the most innocent of men, I will find something in them with which to hang him.”
Stone should consider himself very fortunate. Many predawn raids do not end well. Ruby Ridge resulted in the death of Vicki Weaver, who was shot in the head by sharpshooter Lon Horiuchi while she was holding her 10-month-old daughter, and the 14-year-old Sammy Weaver.
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