“The sharp nighttime ring or the rude knock at the door. The insolent entrance of unwiped jackboots of the unsleeping State Security operatives.
“The traditional image of arrest is also what happens afterward, when the poor victim has been taken away. It is an alien, brutal and crushing force totally dominating the apartment for hours on end, a breaking, ripping open, pulling from the walls, emptying things from wardrobes and desks onto the floor–and the crunch of things being trampled beneath jackboots. And nothing is sacred in a search! During the arrest of the locomotive engineer Inoshin, a tiny coffin stood in his room containing the body of his newly dead child. The ‘jurists’ dumped the child’s body out of the coffin and searched it. They shake sick people out of their sickbeds, and they unwind bandages to search beneath them.”
That’s from Alexander Solzhenitsyn’s Gulag Archipelago, in a section describing the terrifying brutality and inhumanity of a nighttime raid in the Soviet Union.
Early this morning in South Florida, before the sun was up, the Uniparty Secret Police raided the home of Roger Stone, assault rifles drawn, and dragged him off into custody.
Why was Roger Stone’s home raided before the sun rose this morning?
Because Roger Stone is an ally of President Donald Trump, and that’s what happens to allies of President Trump.
What does the Stone indictment actually say? Is Stone accused to partaking in a conspiracy? Is there anything about Russia at all?
As in the cases of every other arrest of a Trump associate over the past two years, this has nothing to do with any conspiracy or Russia. Here’s the indictment:
“One count of obstruction of an official proceeding, five counts of false statements and one count of witness tampering.”
All process crimes–meaning Mueller found nothing Stone did prior to the investigation that he could arrest Stone over. All the charges stem from the “process” investigation itself. Just like with Michael Flynn and the others, except for Manafort, whose arrest was over lobbying activity in 2006, dating back way before he joined the Trump campaign.
Obviously this pre-dawn raid on Roger Stone was completely unnecessary. Stone has no criminal history, is not a threat to resist or escape, and had been charged with nothing but process crimes that resulted from him being investigated by straight-up predators.
But the FBI still treated him like a mafia don with a rap sheet a mile long.
When you think of the Soviet Union, you think of jackbooted secret police busting through the door in the middle of the night and carrying people guilty of nothing but political dissent off to the gulags.
Now that’s the reality in America 2019.
And it gets worse. Guess who was there with cameras ready before the sun even came up? CNN. They claim they learned of the raid independently and through hard workin’, sleeves rolled up Big-J Journalisming, even though it’s painfully obvious they were alerted in advance by either Mueller or the FBI:
CNN’s ability to capture the arrest of Roger Stone was the result of determined reporting and interpreting clues revealed in the course of events. That’s called journalism. #FactsFirst https://t.co/71zu7RylxX
— CNN Communications (@CNNPR) January 25, 2019
At least in the Soviet Union, the state media didn’t pretend to be #Independent and #Unbiased like our Uniparty media does.
CNN is gaslighting and lying directly to your face.
That’s how little respect the Uniparty has for you: they don’t even care if you know they’re lying, because they know they’re untouchable.
The FBI colluded with CNN to add extra humiliation and theater to Roger Stone’s arrest.
Not only this, but they wanted all the Fake News-believing NPCs to get the impression that this whole Trump-Russia Investigation is Very Serious Business. The optics of a pre-dawn FBI raid signify ‘This Is A Big Deal”–after all, we’re talking about the investigation of a Stolen Presidency here! This is the highest of high crimes, so of course the Uniparty elite trying to overthrow Trump has to make it look the part.
If there’s two things police state totalitarians are good at, it’s making innocent people look guilty, and propaganda.
If, indeed, Trump and his cronies did collude with Russia to steal the election, then this is what the investigation of such an unthinkable crime would look like, no?
CNN–the enemy of the people–is more than happy to assist Mueller in the optics department, the smoke and mirrors to give the NPC public the impression that this is all legitimate and Very Serious Business.
We now have the “news media” working hand-in-hand with the Deep State to terrorize and humiliate political dissidents guilty of nothing other than having the audacity to support Donald Trump.
Welcome to the U.S.S.A.
As an observer from another country (New Zealand) I would have thought that before an arrest is deemed inappropriate we need to wait until the courts have decided on guilt or innocence. The fact is that most of the arrests which have come to trial made thus far via the enquiry have resulted in guilty judgements. Perhaps we need to be a little cautious, particularly when the person in the frame has had a somewhat chequered career. At the same time an arrest can never excuse a belief in guilt – except in a Banana Republic!