Roger Stone, political consultant and author of The Making of the President 2016: How Donald Trump Orchestrated A Revolution, wants to “expose this myth” of Russian assistance in President Trump’s victory in the 2016 election.
He goes on to deny any evidence of Russian interference, even General Michael Flynn and Attorney General Jeff Sessions of Trump’s cabinet have admitted to speaking with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak.
If there really is no connection to Russia, why are there others that have been caught with connections to Russian officials? Stone replies that because “I am none of those people,” he doesn’t have to explain the situation.
Although there is no evidence of a wiretap of Trump Tower, Stone also claims that because of an NSA program that monitored phone calls after 9/11, it’s reason to believe that President Trump was wiretapped during the election.
Stone also speaks about his apparent poisoning around Christmas, saying that he experienced vomiting, night sweats, and delirium. He said he is also due for a blood test soon, but refused to provide any medical evidence or a doctor’s note to prove this outrageous claim.
“For what purpose? I’m not an elected official or a public official,” he says, “I have written my experience; people can make their own judgements.”