Hillary Clinton received a warning from Roger Stone, a long-time pal to President Donald J. Trump. In his statement, he said he was still dealing with the consequences of her campaign’s smear campaign against Trump and Stone said he plans to sue Clinton for damages.
“I’m still here and now Mr. Durham confirms everything that I said,” Stone told The Beau Show in a new interview.
Special Counsel, John Durham recently filed some explosive documents that changed the narrative about how the Russia collusion hoax got started with all signs pointing to Hillary R. Clinton.
Some people believe that all Americans should join Stone in the lawsuit:
“Can the rest of us join this lawsuit? Hillary impeded the full potential of President Trump’s 1st term in office, thereby negatively impacting our lives,” one poster wrote on Twitter.
According to Stone, he would not be “suffering damages” for the legal snag he went through had the Clinton campaign not tried to smear Trump in the middle of October. Durham recently filed some explosive documents that changed the narrative about how the Russia collusion hoax got started with all signs pointing to Clinton.
When a political smear turned into an investigation and whether lines were crossed and laws broken will be determined by Durham, but Stone claims that he has suffered and continues to suffer damages as a result.
As he cannot sue the government, he is planning to sue Hillary through a class action suit.
I am ready to sue Hillary Clinton and everyone who took my Civil Rights, now that we know that the Russian Collusion-Delusion was a fraud. I am going to sue the bastards,” Stone said mid-February.
“I want to get back some of what they took from me and my family,” Stone said.
Roger Stone is now asking people to send him money so he can hire lawyers to sue Hillary Clinton. pic.twitter.com/DBxnrg5724
— Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) February 19, 2022
According to Stone:
“Since I believe I am still suffering damages, I still get death threats, my family still gets death threats, I continue to lose employment opportunities, I’m prepared to file a class-action suit against Hillary Clinton and John Podesta and Michael Sussman and others.
“One of the flaws in our system is you can’t sue the government, you can’t sue the prosecutors, you can’t sue the FBI.
“They’re immune from lawsuits no matter how corrupt, no matter how dishonest they are.”
In other legal news, several men who illegally funneled money to Clinton’s campaign are on trial.
A California businessman who donated more than $3 million illegally to Hillary’s campaign provided an explanation for his decision: he feared Donald Trump’s promised ban on Muslim visitors to the U.S. would destroy his travel-oriented business.
Special Counsel John Durham‘s bombshell filing revealed that a lawyer working for the Clinton campaign colluded with a tech executive to spy on then-sitting President Donald Trump.
Kash Patel: “John Durham is working on the largest criminal conspiracy in US history. It makes Watergate look like a parking citation.”