Roger Stone Indicates Why He Thinks He Was ‘Being Set Up’ by Secret Service Agents on Jan. 6th

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“I think I was being set up,” Roger Stone said when asked if he thinks he would have been prosecuted if he made it inside the Capitol Building on January 6th.

Stone made the assertion while interviewing with Fox News host Tucker Carlson.

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“Here’s the amazing thing, and that is I watched the President’s speech from my hotel room at the Willard Hotel, and then there was a call on the house phone. And two agents from the Secret Service wanted to escort me to the Capitol,” Stone claimed.

“Now, I’ve been in politics for a long time. Secret Service doesn’t do political chores. They never have,” he continued. “I would have gotten there had I have left that moment, at the exact time that these folks broke in to the Capitol.”

Asked why he decided not to go when he was given the opportunity, Stone said, “I had a feeling. I had the intuition. I just did not want to go. God was giving me a signal. I didn’t go.” Video Below


Here’s another related clip from Stone’s interview: