Roger Stone’s Plan for Trump’s Return ‘The Election Can Be Stolen Again’

 Roger Stone’s Plan for Trump’s Return ‘The Election Can Be Stolen Again’

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Roger Stone, a longtime adviser to Donald Trump, has revealed a strategy to help the former president reclaim the White House with the aid of judges willing to act despite the election results. This plan was uncovered by liberal journalist Lauren Windsor, who captured Stone discussing it in an undercover video.

“At least this time when they do it, you have a lawyer and a judge — his home phone number standing by — so you can stop it,” Stone explained in the video. “We made no preparations last time, none … There are technical, legal steps that we have to take to try and have a more honest election. We’re not there yet, but there’s things that can be done.”

Windsor provided Rolling Stone with recordings of Stone speaking candidly at Mar-a-Lago on March 19 during a Catholic Prayer for Trump event. In the video, Stone suggested to Windsor’s colleague, Ally Sammarco, that U.S. District Court Judge Aileen Cannon might soon dismiss the charges against Trump for allegedly mishandling classified documents. “We are beating them,” Stone said. “I think the judge is on the verge of dismissing the charges against him in Florida. They’re delayed in New York City, and they’re now delayed in Washington.”

Despite Stone’s optimism, Trump was convicted of 34 felonies in a Manhattan hush money trial. Judge Cannon, however, has a record of rulings favorable to Trump. This week, she will begin a series of hearings to consider dismissing the classified documents case after Trump’s attorneys claimed special counsel Jack Smith was improperly appointed. Other courts have previously rejected similar claims.

Stone emphasized to Windsor that the election “can be stolen again,” expressing concern that “overconfidence” might lead Trump voters to stay home. He stressed that “lawyers, judges, [and] technology” would be crucial in securing Trump’s return to the White House, even if President Joe Biden is reelected.

In a statement to Rolling Stone, Stone defended his remarks, stating, “All of the election integrity provisions that I suggested are perfectly legal and should be part of any ballot security effort.” Stone’s candid admissions and strategic plans highlight ongoing efforts to influence future elections through legal and judicial avenues, underscoring the contentious and polarized nature of American politics.

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