The FBI conducted an early morning raid.
A CNN crew captured the entire scene on camera.
And all hell broke loose when Robert Mueller made this decision about Roger Stone’s fate.
Americans were stunned to learn of the 6 a.m. FBI raid on the home of Trump associate Roger Stone.
Mueller ordered a paramilitary force, complete with riot gear and heavy weaponry, to storm the home of the 66-year-old Stone and take him into custody.
"FBI. Open the door.”
Watch exclusive CNN footage of the FBI arresting longtime Trump associate Roger Stone. Stone has been indicted by a grand jury on charges brought by special counsel Robert Mueller. https://t.co/ZQCuuxLHAG pic.twitter.com/moQwNndB91
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) January 25, 2019
This treatment is reserved for only the most wanted and dangerous fugitives.
But Mueller wanted to send a message to the President: I am coming for you and I have an armored police force at my disposal.
CNN’s camera crew being present outside Stone’s home and waiting for Mueller’s goon squad to kick in the door was the tip off that something rotten was going on.
The collusion between Mueller, the FBI, and CNN made it clear that all three have been conspiring to wage information warfare in pursuit of overthrowing the duly elected President of the United States.
— Laura Ingraham (@IngrahamAngle) January 25, 2019
Mueller indicted Stone on 7 counts – one count of obstruction of justice, five counts of false statements, and one count of witness tampering.
But the indictment failed to include any evidence of Russian collusion.
Mueller did not accuse Stone of communicating with WikiLeaks or coming into possession of stolen emails.
The best Mueller could do was indict Stone for allegedly lying about campaign gossip he heard from conservative journalist Jerome Corsi and New York City radio host Randy Credico.
Stone’s lawyer Garrett Smith told CNN that Mueller’s indictment proved how ridiculous the investigation truly was.
“Roger Stone is vindicated by the fact there was no Russian collusion,” Smith told CNN’s Sara Murray.
Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani also slammed Mueller for another process crime indictment and for failing to produce any evidence of Russian collusion.
“Another false statement case? God almighty,” Giuliani told Washington Post reporter Robert Costa. “I thought they were taking all this time with Stone to try to develop something on him, not to have a lot about ‘I don’t remember this.'”
Giuliani continued, “They do have some alleged false statements and I don’t want to minimize that. That’s not right, you shouldn’t do that. But there is no evidence of anything else but false statements. The president is safe here.”
The fake news media celebrated this indictment.
They zeroed in on one section of the charging document that said a senior Trump campaign official asked Stone to get in touch with WikiLeaks about what they had.
But there is no evidence in the document that anyone on the campaign actually tried to obtain any hacked emails.
Nor is there any evidence Stone actually communicated with WikiLeaks and got advanced knowledge of the specific contents of the emails WikiLeaks obtained.
Mueller is not accusing Stone of conspiring with Russian intelligence on the email hacks or collaborating with WikiLeaks on when and how to release the emails.
All Mueller has on Stone are memory issues and misstatements that the media can dress up as a bombshell.
In the end, it doesn’t matter how much lipstick they put on this pig, this indictment is just another sign that Mueller has no evidence of collusion and has moved into a political battle to depose the President of the United States.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.