Robert Mueller’s arrest of Roger Stone is causing a big problem that no one could believe
FBI agents in paramilitary outfits barged onto Trump associate Roger Stone’s property at 6 AM on Friday.
The scene was caught on camera by a CNN crew.
But this arrest is causing big problems for the last person anyone would ever expect.
Mueller indicted Roger Stone on seven counts – five counts of making a false statement, one count of witness tampering and one count of obstruction of justice.
The indictment did not include any accusations Stone or anyone on the campaign colluded with the Russians.
But the big story from the arrest was the presence of a CNN camera crew outside Stone’s home waiting for Mueller’s Gestapo forces to take Stone into custody.
Critics accused CNN of magically being in the right place at the right time because the network colluded with Mueller’s office.
CNN cameras were at the raid of Roger Stone…so FBI obviously tipped off CNN…even if you don’t like Stone, it is curious why Mueller’s office tipped off CNN instead of trying to quietly arrest Stone;quiet arrests are more likely to be safe to the FBI and the person arrested
— Greta Van Susteren (@greta) January 25, 2019
CNN claims their reporter just had “good instincts” and followed grand jury activity.
CNN’s media reporters protested the networks’ innocence all day.
What an irresponsible thing to tweet with no evidence. The reporter who was there, @davidgshortell, said on CNN that the crew was staked out at Stone’s house this morning after CNN reporters noticed unusual grand jury activity in DC on Thursday & thought something could happen. https://t.co/E7KtkUjY1R
— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) January 25, 2019
But the fact of the matter is that after the numerous fake news scandals that rocked CNN, few Americans give their denials any credibility.