Exclusive: Roger Stone Interview on Legal Battle With Bob Mueller

Late last week, Robert Mueller sent the FBI to raid Roger Stone’s home in the morning hours. The only ones present in his home at the time were Stone, his deaf wife, and their dogs.

The FBI pounded on Stone’s door with guns drawn. Stone, 66, answered the door in his pajamas. The raid was described as a raid worse than the one on Bin Laden and El Chapo, the Mexican drug lord who was arrested back in 2015. (RELATED: Voluminous Amount of Dems Beginning to Support Border Wall)

According to Stone, the FBI wouldn’t even allow him to put on his shoes. Also, he repeatedly informed the FBI agents that his “deaf wife” was upstairs and had no clue what was going on. Stone claims that the FBI terrified and abused his wife because she could not hear their commands.

“I’m 66 years old, I do not own a gun, I do not have a valid passport, I have no prior criminal record, I’m charged with nonviolent process crimes,” Stone said outside his Fort Lauderdale, Fla., home a day before his next court appearance.

Stones arrest sparked outrage on social media. Especially on Twitter. Horrified, many point out that Mueller has no bounds or jurisdiction and that the indictment is a sham. (RELATED: Texas Just Found 95,000 Potential Non-Citizens Registered To Vote)

At his release, he was greeted by reporters that asked him a series of questions. Also among the reporters were liberal protesters spitting and screaming obscenities at the elderly man.

In an interview with Owen Shroyer, Stone described his court appearance that took place Wednesday. He highlighted that Many key figures were present. This also includes a few of the Clinton lawyers, who Stone coined, “ the Clinton attack dogs.”

After the court appearance, Stone described the outside of the courthouse as ”teaming” with reporters and liberal protesters that were there for the sole purpose of harassing him. (RELATED: Roger Stone’s Arrest: What This Means for the Russia Investigation)

Stone went on to say that the indictment was an intimidation tactic by the Mueller team and has no merit. “This is their plan to silence me,” Stone added.

Stone plead “not guilty,” on all 7 counts he is charged with.

 

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