Clinton: Trump Commuted Roger Stone So ‘Stone Would Not Spill Anymore Beans’ | The ReidOut | MSNBC

Clinton: Trump Commuted Roger Stone So 'Stone Would Not Spill Anymore Beans' | The ReidOut | MSNBC 1


President Trump commuted Roger Stone “to basically shut up Roger Stone so that Roger Stone spill anymore beans about what actually happened and what Donald Trump actually knew,” says Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Aired on 7/20/2020.
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Clinton: Trump Commuted Roger Stone So 'Stone Would Not Spill Anymore Beans' | The ReidOut | MSNBC

46 Comments on "Clinton: Trump Commuted Roger Stone So ‘Stone Would Not Spill Anymore Beans’ | The ReidOut | MSNBC"

  1. Well no kidding. Our president should be #1 on the FBI’s most wanted list. He’s a criminal through and through.

  2. cryptocerebral | July 20, 2020 at 8:28 PM | Reply

    What a surprise Hillary and Joe in first episode of Joy’s new show! Not in vain did Joy help MSNBC smear and red bait Bernie to hand both Hillary and Joe the nomination; I scratch your back…

  3. The Russians have the Republican National Party’s emails too which is why Donald doesn’t dare challenge Putin or he’d be in the same boat as Hillary. “But her emails!”

  4. Elias Salcedo | July 20, 2020 at 8:35 PM | Reply

    Roger Stone was going to spill the beans or get Epsteined. Trump let him go to avoid further questions.

    • 53 witnesses testified there were NO RUSSIANS. How can Stone be guilty of communicating information from Russians if there were NO RUSSIANS.

  5. *Would that be a can of …. Goya beans? Asking for a friend.*

  6. Anthony Hafciojoni | July 20, 2020 at 8:39 PM | Reply

    How are republicans fiscally conservative when all they do is cost us legal fees?

  7. Electric Gigolo | July 20, 2020 at 8:42 PM | Reply

    Trump knew beforehand that the Russians were going to hack the DNC and use Wikileaks to release them. He hinted at it a few days before at a rally. Saying that something big was coming.

  8. Thank you, Hillary (I am sorry I voted 3rd party in 2016, in 2020🌊🌊ridin’ Biden). I am currently dealing with a narcissist and their “flying monkey’s”. Need to laugh it off like you do ’cause these “basket of deplorables” are so predictable that even the mention of their name brings forth laughter…I need to get to that point!

  9. But trump likes beans!
    To trump; ‘ Beans lives matters! ‘

    Particularly the Goya ones.

    • Goya’s CEO has balls. Finally, someone stands up to the fetid communist liberals. The CEO from Red Bull also!

  10. Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth..
    Steve Bannon’s contacts with Stone during the 2016 campaign was one of the featured parts of Stone’s trial..

    “I think we did, yes,” said Bannon, when asked during Stone’s trial whether the Trump campaign viewed Stone as its “access point” to WikiLeaks and Julian Assange.

    Stone’s denials of having any contact with WikiLeaks were obliterated by testimony from people like Bannon and a trail of emails and phone records. One message from Aug. 16, 2016, shows Stone telling Bannon on the day he took over as campaign CEO about the prospect that WikiLeaks would drop more damaging documents for the Clinton campaign..

    “I have an idea … to save Trump’s @55,”  Stone wrote.

    Bannon testified that he heard repeatedly from Stone — before he even took over as Trump campaign chief — about his access to WikiLeaks. And Stone kept on talking about the potential of more detrimental materials through the late summer and early fall, at a time when Clinton had the lead in the polls.

    Bannon’s contacts with Stone included an Oct. 4, 2016, exchange after a much-hyped Assange news conference, which fueled the hashtag “October?surprise”  but it turned out to be a bust.

    “It was a big dud, yes,” Bannon said.

    But a few days later, WikiLeaks dumped emails stolen from the Clinton campaign just minutes after The Washington Post published the “Access Hollywood” tape. Bannon described that chain of events as the “Billy Bush weekend” — a reference to Trump bragging about grabbing women by the p..

    Ex-Trump campaign official Rick Gates testified under oath in Roger Stone’s trial that he was in the presidential limousine with Trump, and he’d heard Stone tell Trump about the WikiLeaks release of hacked DNC emails before the dump happened — a direct contradiction of what Trump told Mueller in his written testimony.

    In his under oath testimony, Gates described how he’d seen Trump get a phone call from Stone in summer 2016, and after Trump hung up, told Gates “more information would be  coming” regarding WikiLeaks.

    Going back as far as April 2016, Gates said, Stone told him that information would be released by WikiLeaks that could be helpful to Trump’s campaign. He reiterated this the following month. All this was before WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange stated publicly on June 12, 2016, that he had pending releases related to Hillary Clinton.

    On July 22, 2016, WikiLeaks posted thousands of emails from the DNC — emails that had been hacked by Russian intelligence officers.

    After that, Gates testified, the top levels of the Trump campaign were very interested in what Stone knew about WikiLeaks. Gates said Manafort asked him to follow up with Stone to try to learn more about WikiLeaks’s plans. And Gates said that Manafort indicated he would update others on the campaign, “including the candidate” — Donald Trump.

    Gates also testified that he witnessed a phone call between Trump and Stone in late July, shortly after the DNC email releases began, while Gates was in a car with Trump driving to LaGuardia Airport. Gates said that after the call ended, Trump told him that “more information would be coming.”

    Trump on April 11, 2019, after Julian Assange is arrested:
    “I know nothing about WikiLeaks. It’s not my thing, and I know there is something having to do with Julian Assange. I know nothing really about him. That’s not my deal in life.”  😲

    “The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.”
    –Winston Churchill

    And ye shall know the TRUTH, and the truth shall make you free…

  11. If somebody was doing a caricature of the face of Pure Evil, Stone’s face would be model.

  12. Lovin the hair Joy 🥰 Keep up the fantastic work!

  13. julian hobrough | July 20, 2020 at 9:07 PM | Reply

    HL Mencken: On some great and glorious day the plain folks of this land will reach their hearts’ desire at last, and the White House will be adorned by a downright moron.

  14. Roger Stone’s crimes, and Trump’s crimes are one & the same. So pardoning Stone was Trump’s way of pardoning himself.

    • Richard Hunt | July 20, 2020 at 9:17 PM | Reply

      Unbeknownst to Trump ,you can’t pardon a fellow criminal .
      So back he goes to wait for Trump in his new cell .

    • Trump didn’t pardon him. He only commuted his sentence. Stone is guilty and a convicted felon for life – even if he got out of doing time!

  15. Congratulations Joy! So excited for you! You have always been awesome regardless of who you were filling in for or your weekend gig. Mazel!

  16. Great first show Joy Reid! ✨

  17. Thomas Johnson | July 20, 2020 at 9:33 PM | Reply

    Hillary were are those emails

  18. Y’all really cracking down on the bootlegs tonight!!

  19. People around dump-stir live on threats and Americans die===what if stone ends up like epstein??

  20. hellointhere | July 20, 2020 at 10:04 PM | Reply

    do you think this interview was a way to test her popularity because she might be on standby to jump in as the Democrat nominee?

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