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This series analyses the 2016 presidential campaign with recaps of Alex Jones Show interviews with Larry Nichols, a Clinton insider from Arkansas days, terminally ill with cancer, and Roger Stone, Trump insider and veteran of five presidential campaigns beginning in 1964. See parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 if you missed them.
Nichols co-created the 1994 film The Clinton Chronicles and Stone co-authored The Clintons’ War on Women, published in 2015.
Roger Stone is completing his new book, The Making of the President 2016, which will chart the entire Donald Trump journey to the White House from the time he announced his candidacy through to the end of 2016.
He talked to Alex Jones the other day and said that, regardless of what Obama pulls with Russia, Trump is highly aware geo-politically. His military advisers fill in the gaps. Jones was really worried about Obama’s antics towards Putin. Stone was more sanguine and said he had to rush off to put the finishing touches on his book.
This post covers Stone’s October 14 conversation with Jones. The topics were women, voting irregularities and Russia with regard to WikiLeaks. As the dialogue alternated between the two throughout, I’ll cover them by topic instead.
On Russia, Stone was annoyed that John Podesta and Robby Mook, Hillary’s callow campaign manager, were alleging that he somehow knew the contents of the Podesta WikiLeaks. Stone said that allegation was false. His knowledge:
was based on my own research.
He pointed out the ‘phony argument’ that he and alt-right media are in bed with the Russians. In fact, he said the Clintons were the ones close to Russia.
This is another case of projection, whereby the Democrats accuse their opponents of things they do themselves.
Stone wanted to be able to fight his corner on CNN but said they banned him some time ago. This left Podesta and Mook free to continue airing their false accusations against him.
According to Media Matters, CNN banned him in February 2016. They were fed up with his crude attacks on their commentators and pot shots at politicians. I dislike quoting Media Matters — David Brock’s baby — but they do link to his tweets. Stone has since deleted some of them, but this one is still in cyberspace:
Just because I think Hillary is a fat dumpy liar doesn’t make me a sexist.
On February 24, Stone told Breitbart the ban was a reaction to the aforementioned The Clintons’ War on Women (emphases mine below):
That book is really under the skin of The Clinton News Network [CNN]. They know it’s the oppo-dump that that will beat Hillary. [Media Matters founder] David Brock wants my book silenced. I expose Bill Clinton as a rapist and Hillary as his accessory after the fact in these sex crimes. We found Bill’s illegitimate black son. Black Lives Matter to the Clinton[s] unless you are Clinton’s son. Brock is afraid of all this.
Despite all of that, Stone told Jones:
I’m more worried about Rahm Emmanuel [rigging the election]
Stone said his StopTheSteal.org already had 500 volunteers to be poll watchers on election day. He explained that the polling stations’ software would be inspected prior to voting and the final vote tallies would be compared with Stone’s ‘well developed’ exit polls.
On women, Stone was surprised that both Jill Stein and Cindy Sheehan said Trump is ‘less dangerous’ than Hillary:
It’s really extraordinary.
Sheehan was off Trump supporters’ radar, but Stein wasn’t. In fact, most Trump supporters online were favourably disposed to Stein because of her statements. They were stunned by her recount petitions. Not one of the three states had a Clinton majority. So, as far as Trump supporters go, Stein is — and will remain — persona non grata.
Stone spoke about the Trump sex accusers the Democrats were parading to the media. He said that one of them was actually tied to the Clintons. (This is the woman.)
Stone was irritated that the Dems had also accused him of paying off Kathleen Willey‘s mortgage by setting up a GoFundMe account for her. He said that someone else set up the fund and that he only gave ‘maybe’ $100.
He said that he did pay Kathy Shelton $2,500 to tell her story in public. I wrote about Shelton in September. Hillary successfully defended her rapist. Shelton was 12 years old at the time. My post has a short video which explains what happened. Young Kathy was abducted, raped and beaten. She had to be hospitalised for a time as she was in a coma. In court, Hillary made her out to be a nymphomaniac. Shelton’s life was ruined. She said that the campaign was very difficult for her with all the Hillary news clips. She was one of Donald Trump’s four guests at the second debate and sat with three of Bill’s victims.
We have broken through the mainstream media blackout
on the female Clinton victims.
no one says anything about David Brock [finding and paying off Trump accusers].
To carry on the meme of ‘Bill Clinton is a rapist’, Stone bought rape whistles and bumper stickers for Infowars to sell at cost.
As for Trump, Stone said the GOPe were finally off the billionaire’s back:
I think he feels liberated.
He concluded the conversation by making an observation about the New York Times. Its owner, Carlos Slim, is the single biggest donor to the Clinton Foundation. This explains the paper’s slant towards Hillary.
The Clinton Foundation wants people to think he gave far less. Slim’s name is on this archived 2014 list of donors who gave between $1m and $5m. On the latest donor list covering 2015, it looks as if he’s only given between $250,001 and $500,000. However, the Free Beacon points out that his companies are giving millions in donations to the Foundation:
Slim, the world’s second-wealthiest man, runs a number of telecommunications companies in his native Mexico …
TracFone has donated between $5 million and $10 million to the Clinton Foundation, according to its website.
Another Slim company, Inmobiliaria Carso, appeared on the Clinton Foundation’s donor lists for the first time this year. The company contributed between $1 million and $5 million, according to the foundation’s website.
A charitable group associated with Slim’s Telmex, which controls most of Mexico’s landline phone market, has donated another $1 million to $5 million, including contributions in 2015 (the dates of its contributions, and the extent of its support this year, are not known).
Follow the money.