Trump Adviser, Roger Stone, Says US Intelligence ‘Deep State’ Tried To Assassinate Him Wednesday -VIDEO

The straight up insanity in this administration is astounding. One thing is for sure. They will go to any lengths to change the subject and distract from the Russia investigation.


On Wednesday, long-term friend and adviser to Donald Trump, Roger Stone, said that the U.S. intelligence community is trying to kill him.

Stone was in the news earlier this week because he admitted to having multiple private correspondences with a hacker who took part in stealing information from the DNC during the campaign. He was also recently suspended from Twitter after errupting into a vile hateful attack on a female critic.

And now he’s back in the spotlight making outrageous, Trump-like claims about an insane conspiracy theory accusing the CIA of attempting twice to assassinate him.

On Wednesday Stone appeared on the alt-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones’ show, InfoWars. And Stone said he had been in a hit-and-run car accident earlier in the day which he attributed to the “deep state” in the U.S. government.

Stone told Jones,

“It didn’t seem like an accident to me. I am a consistent critic of the Deep State that’s why I think I’m targeted.”

Stone tweeted about the accident before going on Jones’ show.

According to Stone, his car accident was the deep state’s second recent attempt to take his life. In January, Stone accused U.S. intelligence of poisoning him with the radioactive chemical polonium 210. Polonium is the same chemical that was used to murder Russian journalist and Putin critic Alexander Litvinenko.

Every single day, we have seen more madness coming out of Trump and his inner circle. They seem to be growing more and more desperate to distract from the Russia investigation. But this is bat-shit-crazy…even for them.

Here’s Stone’s insane interview from InfoWars.

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