The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone – Part 5-Enter Roger Stone

For Stone to claim that he himself is anti-establishment is a wheeze that only the most ardent of Jones believers could fall for…..

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We continue our serialisation of the 2016 article, The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone……

Donald Trump needs outsider credentials and Trump’s long time friend Roger Stone knows just the man……

Alex Jones is Trump’s biggest cheerleader and his influence, like it or not, is playing a big part in the trajectory of this U.S. election cycle. So much so that Trump’s “ex campaign manager” is regularly popping up on Jones daily Infowars radio show (which is also televised live on the web) with exclusive “inside baseball” reports from the Trump campaign. It could very well be that Roger Stone understands that the burgeoning anti-establishment, right wing patriot tea party constituency, could be the deciding factor in this U.S. election cycle.

Stone proclaiming he is an ex-Trump insider, now fighting the ‘outsiders’ cause, outside of the Trump camp, gives Trump plausible deniability of not being too close to Jones and his wilder flights of conspiracy theory, whilst at the same time giving Trump the anti-establishment credentials required for his run and a voice inside the conspiracy movement. For Stone to claim that he himself is anti-establishment is a wheeze that only the most ardent of Jones believers could fall for. He has worked on campaigns responsible for the election of Nixon, Reagan and W Bush. Arguably the three presidents who have done more to trash the U.S. constitution and wage war against their own citizens and those of other countries, via a variety of means, than any others in history.

A visit to Roger Stone’s Wikipedia entry is highly instructive, we learn that:

In the first grade, he broke into politics to further John F. Kennedy’s presidential campaign:

“I remember going through the cafeteria line and telling every kid that Nixon was in favor of school on Saturdays…It was my first political trick”.

When he was a junior and vice president of the student government at a high school in northern Westchester County, New York, he manipulated the ouster of the president and succeeded him. Stone recalled how he ran for election as president for his senior year:

“[I] built alliances and put all my serious challengers on my ticket. Then I recruited the most unpopular guy in the school to run against me. You think that’s mean? No, it’s smart.”

Stone has built a career out of manipulation, underhand techniques and lying. He’s a natural bedfellow, for both Trump and Jones.

It’s a win-win for everyone. Jones gets the ‘respectability’ of having the Republican presidential nominee as an endorser of his brand and with that increased ratings, advertising revenues and customers for his infowars life, health product range. The association by proxy of Stone with Jones serves to give Trump a bona fide boost to his image as an outsider not of the political elite (quite a feat for a billionaire from New York, wouldn’t you say?) and Stone once again burnishes his reputation as a man that will do and say anything and make alliances with anyone to get his job done, a ruthless and efficient political operator second to none in his field. That field being the field of lying.

Stay tuned for the next episode of The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone

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Did Donald Trump Even Know the Plan for The January 6 Insurrection?

What you say Don, shall we have an insurrection and use it as a cover to declare a national emergency and re-run the election under martial law?”

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If the coup plotters thought they had the support of some of the military, and enough protesters on the ground on the day of January 6 twenty twenty-one, would they have even needed to tell Donald Trump exactly what they were plotting in advance?

In fact with his record of not keeping quiet about anything, surely it would have been too risky.

As William Burroughs might have said:

“The best real estate agent, is the real estate agent that doesn’t know he’s an agent.”

Easier and more efficient then, to keep whipping up the public hysteria, whilst feeding Trump soundbite suggestions via the news channels which everyone knows he watches obsessively and keep making those suggestions more and more specific to the way you have planned the events to unfold.

Even in meetings with Trump, coup plotters would need to be careful.  Other White House staff could easily overhear them and get word out about the plot.

Yes, of course we all know that Flynn visited The White House in December and put the plans to Trump to enact martial law to re-run the election.

But were they really going to say in The White House:

“Look Don’, we’ve got all these people coming down, Alex Jones at infowars has been whipping them into a revolutionary frenzy over this.  We’ve got his sidekick, that ridiculous Owen Shroyer scheduled in to call for the taking of all Capitol Buildings by force and he’s going to say he hates the police, and they need to get out of our way and stand down.

“We’ve got plenty of military back up, Don.  Plenty of troops with us.

“What you say Don?

“Shall we have an insurrection and use it as a cover to declare a national emergency and re-run the election under martial law?”

No, I think they would need to be somewhat more subtle than that.

In The White House at least.

But not much.

Trump’s presidential advisors talked him out of Flynn’s plan for military rule in the United States, but Flynn’s shenanigans did not stop there, and he continued his media tours of martial law duty.

Michael Flynn’s suggestions as to what Trump should do as the day of January 6 approached, which he shouted from many media outlets, bear particular scrutiny when juxtaposed with the incitement that was occurring in December and early January over at Alex Jones’ infowars outfit.

Perhaps they thought Trump was even more idiotic than the rest of the world thought, and he would take the bait on their hare-brained plot.

And where and with whom did Flynn decide to hold his final major media appearance on January 5th, twenty twenty-one?

You guessed it, Alex Jones’ infowars.

It really doesn’t take a genius to work this stuff out.

But then again, it is the United States.

And a nod is as good as a wink to a blind man.

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