They Tried To Warn Us...This Was On TV Back In 1981
Hillary Clinton has Rigged the Voting Machines
Published on Oct 6, 2016
They Tried To Warn Us...This Was On TV Back In 1981
Hillary Clinton has Rigged the Voting Machines
Published on Oct 6, 2016
Combating Voter Fraud 2016
If we think that we have seen Democrat voter fraud in the past, even including the 1960 presidential election that was stolen for Jack Kennedy, as the saying goes; “We ain’t seen nuthin yet"
By Stan McHugh —— Bio and Archives
October 17, 2016
In the upcoming election our country as a nation based on individual liberty is voting for its survival. This is not an exaggeration; it is simply a fact as Hillary Rodham Clinton is, without question, one of those individuals who seek unlimited power, simply for power’s sake.
In just the past one hundred years, individuals such as Hillary have achieved unlimited power in various countries resulting in combined death tolls in the hundreds of millions. If one thinks it can’t happen here, the same opinion was doubtlessly held by a majority of Germans in 1933 when Adolph Hitler was elected Chancellor. They knew that Herr Hitler wanted power but somehow allowed themselves to be convinced that he could be controlled once he had it. History certainly showed that not to be the case. It is a very genuine risk that a Hillary Clinton presidency could be similar so all Americans who support the concept of individual freedom must act and act now to keep Hillary from achieving the power for which she so lusts.
The Democrat Party knows that Hillary Clinton is personally unlikable and that she lacks the ability to mask her lust for power which many voters do resent. As such, even with the media’s concentration on his personal faults, whether actual or fictitious, Donald Trump would almost certainly beat Hillary in an honest election. The Democrats are aware of this so, in the author’s opinion, voter fraud will be absolutely rampant in the upcoming election. This will be especially true in key states and precincts that will be necessary for Hillary to achieve an electoral victory. If we think that we have seen Democrat voter fraud in the past, even including the 1960 presidential election that was stolen for Jack Kennedy, as the saying goes; “We ain’t seen nuthin yet”.
The Democrat Party has always used voter fraud at the local level to maintain their grip on local government and the corruption potentials that such power yields. In Cook County, Illinois it is so prevalent that it is an accepted joke that in Democrat precincts one was supposed to “vote early and often”. Of course locally organized fraudulent voters always impact national candidates as those voting illegally are certainly instructed to vote a straight Democrat ballot As such; we must take immediate action to have any chance of reducing the impact of voter fraud on the outcome of the 2016 election.
Voter fraud is a crime which is prosecuted by local criminal justice systems. If we are to have any chance of limiting the Democrats plans to attempt to steal this election, it can only be through putting those involved on notice that indictment, conviction and imprisonment may be a real possibility for them. Those people that are organizing and implementing the attempted theft of the election in November must be placed on immediate and unmistakable notice that they are risking their own personal freedom by continuing to do so. How might this be accomplished in the remaining three weeks before the election? The author suggests establishing a “bounty fund” from which substantial rewards will be paid to “whistleblowers” or those individuals who report the voter fraud organizers to law enforcement and also provide evidence and testimony at trial to convict such perpetrators.
Obviously setting up a bounty system as described below will require a significant amount of money. Hopefully people that see the necessity of reducing Democrat voter fraud in this election will come forward and establish a large bounty fund. The goal of such an effort will be to put the organizers of voter fraud on notice that anyone with whom they are working could potentially turn them in for the crime that they are committing and earn a sizable bounty for doing so.
•Establish a fund to pay cash rewards to “whistleblowers” that turn in perpetrators of organized voter fraud and who further serve as witnesses against such perpetrators at trial. Such rewards would be paid in part upon indictment with the balance paid upon legal conviction of the persons or persons so named.
•Such cash rewards should be as high as economically possible with a smaller portion paid upon indictment of a vote fraud organizer and the much larger balance paid upon conviction.
•Buy national radio and television time to announce this program stressing that the program is totally nonpartisan and that such rewards will be paid to all “whistleblowers” regardless of party affiliation of those charged, indicted or convicted of organizing voter fraud.
If a program such as this is to be implemented it must be done within the next week in order to have the desired effect. It is certainly more than likely that Democrat voter fraud is already ongoing in early voting. However, the vast majority of voters still vote on Election Day so that is where the effort to minimize voter fraud must be concentrated. In addition to submitting this to Canada Free Press for possibly publication, the author is also sending it by email to a number of individuals in the hopes that someone reading it might be in a position to relay it to someone in a position to implement such a program.
Hillary campaign staff allowing Trump ballots to be destroyed
Published on Oct 12, 2016
The latest new evidence of Democrat election fraud!
Trump Leads Hillary 2-1 Among Living, Legal and Sane Americans
By J.B. Williams
October 10, 2016
The Clinton media spin machine is in overdrive trying to create the public impression that the 2016 Presidential race is a dead heat between businessman and Republican Nominee Donald Trump and criminal career politician Hillary (Bill) Clinton. But all of the visible indicators tell a very different story.
The election is mired in scandals, some quite real, some manufactured by the pro-Clinton media spin machine…
On Trumps side, he faces accusations of…
• colorful language in private conversations concerning women
• hiding his personal tax returns
• being anti-immigrant
• being a business bully
• having no prior political experience
On Clinton’s side, she is accused of…
• breaching national security in her use of private email servers
• creating, funding, arming, aiding and abetting ISIS
• never accomplishing anything in her thirty-year political career
• enabling her sexual predator husband Bill
• verbally assaulting the women her husband sexually assaulted
• killing four American’s in Benghazi
• using her positions of power to threaten, intimidate and maybe even murder her foes
• lying her way through life
• being physically unfit for office
• being mentally and emotionally unfit for office
• being pro-open borders and anti-American sovereignty
• being anti-first, second, forth, ninth and tenth amendment
• selling access and favors through Clinton “charities”
• double dealing in her private vs. public messaging
• Being pro-illegal immigration and Middle East refugee (jihadist) importing
• just for starters… (supporting evidence links too many to even bother)
The American News Media has placed 100% focus upon the handful of attacks against Trump and zero attention to the endless list of evidence-backed accusations pertaining to Clinton. As a result, the media is succeeding in creating the media appearance that the 2016 Presidential race is “close.”
But what is the very visible reality?
Donald Trump set records among voters in his Republican Primary race, receiving the largest number of votes in the history of the Republican Party despite having to defeat sixteen other candidates to win the GOP Nomination.
Hillary Clinton only narrowly defeated her only opponent, Bernie Sanders, whose supporters are as anti-Hillary and Trump supporters.
Trump sells out 15,000-20,000 seat venues in every city day-after-day for months on the campaign trial, while Hillary and Bill struggle to fill a 200 seat room without using Bernie Sanders or Al Gore to fill the seats.
Trump does daily press interviews… Hillary has refused to meet with the press for over 300 consecutive days now.
Trump supporters are overwhelmingly energized and Hillary supporters are difficult to even find.
Despite spineless RINO resistance to Trump from the D.C. insider arena, millions of Trump-Pence signs litter yards from sea to shining sea and you can drive for miles, sometimes hundreds of miles, before coming across a single Clinton-Kaine sign anywhere in America.
You can meet Trump supporters everywhere you go… but you will find it very difficult to meet anyone who says they support Hillary Clinton, outside of the pro-Clinton press and the few who show up for her increasingly rare campaign stops.
In reality, if we could get an honest polling assessment of true “legal” voter intent just thirty-days ahead of Election Day 2016, I have no doubt that Trump would be leading Clinton by a 2-1 margin, somewhere in the neighborhood of 60% TRUMP – 30% Clinton and 10% undecided at this point.
So, how and why is the American news media reporting a “tight race?”
In order to steal an election using rigged SEIU controlled voting machines, dead voters, unconstitutional illegal alien and felon voters, those casting multiple ballots in multiple voting districts and the typically immoral and insane who never pass up an opportunity to vote themselves gifts from the public treasury, you must first make the race look “close.”
Stealing an election has two parts…
1. The mechanics of rigging the election results ahead of the election
2. Making the race “look close” so that the people do not react to the theft, assuming they simply lost the race
The overt effort of the American press, working in concert with the D.C. insiders to do anything they can to derail Trump, has become more than obvious. Living, legal, sane Americans are so fed up with the D.C. insiders and their complicit press running scam elections that every effort to continue that practice has resulted in new and renewed support for Trump.
Real Americans love an underdog… and the press has made Trump the underdog in this race, pimping around the clock for Hillary while using anything and everything they can come up with to personally assault Trump on a daily basis.
The plot of the D.C. establishment and their press was to make Trump look like a fool, or a womanizer, or a bully, or anything that might push voters away from Trump, especially female voters who outnumber male voters today. But the reaction among those voters has been a backlash against his attackers, including among most females. The more they attack Trump, the more people gather at Trumps side to protect him from his attackers.
This column is being written and released after the NBC-Washington Post release of the “Billy Bush” tapes and before the second Presidential Debate between Trump and Clinton tonight.
It is Trumps race to lose… If he stays true to the New American Revolution happening in his name, he will run away with the debate tonight and the election a month from now. Only if he falls prey to his attackers will he lose.
Trump supporters know that the 2016 election is not about Trump or any candidate. It is about the survival of the United States of America. They know that Trump isn’t running against Hillary Clinton, but rather against an enormous and powerful international cabal of globalists behind Hillary Clinton.
It is Trump and the American people against the world in 2016, or at least the international globalist cabal. The people have decided to take their country back from international globalists who have been destroying our country for decades and they have chosen Donald Trump as their field General to lead that revolution.
They weren’t looking for a politically correct do-nothing know-it-all (Paul Ryan, John McCain) from inside the establishment elite. They were looking for an unapologetic street fighter not only capable of protecting American sovereignty and security while balancing the national budget, but also capable of withstanding the onslaught of assaults from the international left that was sure to challenge any outsider working for the people.
The 2016 election is the final election battle for the future of America. The people will either take their country back in the voting booth, or in the streets. All who are working to stop the American people from achieving their goal peacefully on November 8, 2016, will hold responsibility for what comes next if they succeed in those efforts.
The Americans are coming! Get on the bus before you end up under the bus!
© 2016 JB Williams - All Rights Reserved
JB Williams is a writer on matters of history and American politics with more than 3000 pieces published over a twenty-year span. He is co-author of the just released book – TRUMPED – The New American Revolution – with co-author Timothy Harrington, published by COFBooks.com. He has a decidedly conservative reverence for the Charters of Freedom, the men and women who have paid the price of freedom and liberty for all, and action oriented real-time solutions for modern challenges. He is a Christian, a husband, a father, a researcher, author and writer as well as a small business owner. He is co-founder of action organizations The United States Patriots Union, a civilian parent organization for The Veteran Defenders of America. He is also co-founder of The North American Law Center, a citizen run investigative legal research and activism organization focused upon constitutionally protected Natural Rights under Natural Law. Williams also co-hosts TNALC Radio every Sunday evening at 5:00 PM ET with TNALC Lead Counsel Stephen Pidgeon and he receives mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Trump and the Truth: The “Rigged” Election
By Jonathan Blitzer
October 8, 2016
This essay is part of a series The New Yorker will be running through the election titled “Trump and the Truth.”
“The election is going to be rigged—I’m going to be honest,” Donald Trump said to a rowdy crowd in August, at a rally in Columbus, Ohio. “People are going to walk in and they’re going to vote ten times, maybe,” Trump told an interviewer later. A few days afterward, in Pennsylvania, where Trump was then lagging by nine points in the polls, he warned supporters that “the only way we can lose . . . is if cheating goes on.” That week, a new page appeared on his campaign Web site, inviting concerned citizens to volunteer to be “Trump Election Observers” so that they could “help me stop Crooked Hillary from rigging this election!”
At the first Presidential debate, Trump and Hillary Clinton were asked whether they would accept the ultimate outcome of the election. Trump evaded the question at first, before winkingly conceding that he would. But after the debate he went right back to his routine—more talk of rigging. Those polls that said Clinton had won the debate? They were skewed against him, he said, just like Google was, with its suspiciously pro-Clinton search results. At campaign stops this week, Trump reiterated his claims that Clinton was out to steal the vote. He even told the Times that he was reconsidering whether he’d accept a Clinton victory at all.
As my colleague Amy Davidson has discussed, Republicans have spent years, beginning well before Trump’s campaign, warning voters that devious people were trying to cast illegitimate ballots to swing
elections. They gave the problem a tidy, intuitive-sounding name: voter fraud. But, in an especially toxic political gambit, Trump has taken this concept to the extreme: trying to delegitimize a national election even while campaigning for the Presidency.
By now, it seems almost quaint to point out that voter fraud in the United States is vanishingly rare. Yet the facts are clear. When Justin Levitt, a professor at Loyola Law School, tracked cases of alleged voter impersonation—that is, someone pretending to be someone else at the polls—between 2000 and August of 2014, he found just thirty-one incidents, out of more than a billion ballots cast in general, primary, special, and municipal elections during that period. Another investigation, by a national reporting project based at Arizona State University called News21, found two thousand and sixty-eight alleged election-fraud cases between 2000 and the summer of 2012. Ten of them were voter-impersonation cases; the others were related to absentee ballots and voter registration. (The over-all numbers amounted to roughly one malign impersonator out of every fifteen million potential voters.) In-person voter fraud is virtually nonexistent in part because it’s a laughably inefficient way to affect the outcome of an election. The penalties are steep—hefty fines, even jail time—while the actual gains, in terms of extra votes, are minimal.
Not that these findings will sway Trump—in fact, his arguments about election fraud also long predate his current campaign. On Election Night in 2012, he tweeted, “This election is a total sham and travesty. We are not a democracy.” Two years later, he was at it again, this time with a nativist twist. “Crazy – Election officials saying that there is nothing stopping illegal immigrants from voting,” he tweeted the Friday before the midterms. “This is very bad (unfair) for Republicans!”
Last summer, as Trump’s campaign was ramping up, he reportedly received a thirteen-page strategy memo from a trusted adviser named Roger Stone. One of Stone’s suggestions to Trump was that he should emphasize that the “system is rigged against the citizens.” In the spring, as Republican Party élites were growing visibly concerned about Trump’s early success, he began attacking the primary process as a “rigged, disgusting dirty system.” The Republican Party, he said, was playing favorites with candidates close to the establishment. He homed in on his main rivals, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, portraying them as Party insiders who couldn’t be trusted. “Word is-early voting in FL is very dishonest,” he tweeted on the afternoon of March 12th, three days before the Florida primary. “Little Marco, his State Chairman, & their minions are working overtime-trying to rig the vote.” The Trump campaign and its surrogates went on to level similar charges against Ted Cruz in Texas and several other states. Stone later explained Trump’s endgame on a right-wing radio show: “He needs to say . . . ‘I am leading in Florida. The polls all show it. If I lose Florida, we will know that there’s voter fraud. If there’s voter fraud, this election will be illegitimate, the election of the winner will be illegitimate, we will have a constitutional crisis, widespread civil disobedience, and the government will no longer be the government.’ ”
The idea of a “rigged” election doesn’t just give Trump’s ego the excuse it needs if his candidacy falls short—it also resonates with his backers. A recent Washington Post poll showed that half of Trump’s supporters don’t think the election will be fair. These numbers track with years of growing concern among voters generally, and Republicans specifically, about the reliability of American election results. In 2012, only thirty-one per cent of Americans polled by Pew Research Center had confidence that the votes in that year’s election had been “accurately counted.” Among Republicans, the number was twenty-one per cent. According to an Associated Press poll released last Saturday, half of Republicans now believe there is “a great deal of fraud in American elections.”
Republicans themselves have stoked this paranoia. Over the past decade, Republican officeholders in dozens of states have used the threat of voters casting multiple or illegitimate ballots to justify imposing onerous identification requirements at the voting booth, measures that have often gone hand in hand with efforts to shorten early-voting periods before Election Day. An estimated eleven per cent of eligible voters, more than twenty million people, do not have any form of government-issued photo I.D., and minority and lower-income citizens, who tend to vote for Democratic candidates, are disproportionately represented in that group. (As are college-age voters and the elderly.) A number of Republican Party officials from across the country have actually admitted to manipulating the threat of voter fraud to their advantage.
As a Presidential candidate, Trump has stirred his core supporters by bad-mouthing immigrants, taunting Latinos, and calling for a nationwide imposition of stop-and-frisk. Meanwhile, studies suggest that the raft of recent state-led voter-suppression efforts will help him and his party tamp down on the negative impact of his bluster, by depressing turnout in the very communities that have borne the brunt of Trump’s vitriol. The Brennan Center for Justice recently counted fourteen states that will have new voting restrictions in effect this fall. In some of these states—Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee—the laws include strict photo-I.D. requirements; in others, such as Ohio and Nebraska, the period of early voting has been shortened.
It’s easy to forget the cynicism and stealth of systemic tactics like these when Trump claims that the whole structure of American democracy is a sham. It’s easier still to forget that he is simply repeating, in a louder and shriller voice, what the Republican Party has been saying for years. Trump is a maximalist: he takes what he hears and resizes it to his own—huge—personal needs. He may have weaponized the old Republican talking points, but on the subject of voting rights Trump’s still just toeing the party line.
Previously in the series: Margaret Talbot on the “lying” media, John Cassidy on Trump’s charitable giving, Jelani Cobb on black outreach as campaign ploy, Jia Tolentino on Judge Gonzalo P. Curiel, Adam Davidson on the interest-rate flip-flop, Adam Gopnik on conspiracy theories, Adam Davidson on the unemployment-rate hoax, and Eyal Press on immigration and crime.
Jonathan Blitzer is a member of The New Yorker’s editorial staff.*******
Alien invasion in Virginia
There are at least 1,046 non-citizens on the voter rolls in eight Virginia counties
By Matthew Vadum —— Bio and Archives
October 4, 2016
There are at least 1,046 non-citizens on the voter rolls in eight Virginia counties, according to a new report from the Virginia Voters Alliance and the Public Interest Legal Foundation.
No proof of U.S. citizenship is required in Virginia to register to vote.
No proof of U.S. citizenship is required in Virginia to register to vote.
“Virginia election officials don’t seem to care that thousands of aliens have corrupted their voter rolls,” by unlawfully registering to vote, J. Christian Adams, the former Department of Justice lawyer who now heads the Public Interest Legal Foundation told Breitbart News.
“Even worse than doing nothing about it, they are trying to cover it up,” he said.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D), a longtime ally of Hillary and Bill Clinton, instructed election officials throughout the commonwealth to ignore inquiries about possible electoral irregularities, Adams says. This summer after the Supreme Court of Virginia threw out McAuliffe’s blanket clemency order, the governor defiantly restored voting rights to 13,000 felons and vowed to take that figure to 200,000.
Just a few illegal votes can affect the outcome of an election. Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring (D) defeated Mark Obenshain (R) in 2013 by just 165 votes out of 2.2 million votes cast.
The thousand-odd non-citizens currently on the rolls, all identified by name in the report, may be the tip of the iceberg. The problem “is most certainly exponentially worse because we have no data regarding aliens on the registration rolls for the other 125 Virginia localities.”
“Even in this small sample, when the voting history of this small sample of alien registrants is examined, nearly 200 verified ballots were cast before they were removed from the rolls,” the report states. “Each one of them is likely a felony.”
Can Our 2016 Election Be Rigged? You Bet
By Roger Stone
August 18, 2016
Donald Trump has said publicly that he fears the next election will be rigged. Based both on technical capability and recent history, Trump’s concerns are not unfounded.
A recent study by Stanford University proved that Hillary Clinton’s campaign rigged the system to steal the nomination from Bernie Sanders.
What was done to Bernie Sanders in Wisconsin is stunning.
Why would the Clintons not cheat again?
The issue here is both voter fraud, which is limited but does happen, and election theft through the manipulation of the computerized voting machines, particularly the DIEBOLD/PES voting machines in wide usage in most states.
POLITICO profiled a Princeton professor - who has demonstrated how the electronic voting machines that are most widely used can be hacked in five minutes or less! Robert Fitrakis Professor of Political Science in the Social and Behavioral Sciences Department at Columbus State Community College has written a must-read book on the strip and flip technique sued to rig these machines. Professor Fitrakis is a Green Party activist.
A Computer hacker showed CBS how to vote multiple times using a simple $15.00 electronic device.
To be very clear both parties have engaged in this skullduggery and it is the party in power in each state that has custody of the machines and control of their programing. This year the results of machines in Pennsylvania, Virginia and Ohio where Governor John Kasich controls the machines must be matched with exit polls for example. Illinois is another obvious state where Trump has been running surprisingly strongly in what has become a Blue state. Does anyone trust Mayor Rahm Emanuel, a longtime Clinton hatchet man. not to monkey with the machines. I don’t. He was using City funded Community groups to recruit anti-Trump “protestors” who posed such a threat to public safety the Trump Chicago event was canceled when the Secret Service couldn’t guarantee his safety.
How do the pols of both parties do it. As easy as determining, on the basis of honest polling, who is going to win. Then, if it isn’t your candidate, simply have the votes for the other guy be given to your guy and vice versa. You keep the total vote the same. This is where the “strip and flip” technique described by Professor Fitrakis comes in.
Maybe you don’t need all the votes the other guy was going to get. If you have a plan in mind, involving votes and their redistribution, you can find a programmer who can design the machine instructions to produce that outcome. Or you can hack the machine you are voting in with that $15 device that you can get at BEST BUY.
Europe has rejected electronic voting machines because they are untrustworthy. This is not a secret. The media continues a drum beat insisting voter fraud is non existent without ever addressing the more ominous question of manipulation of the voting machines. It keeps those in control in control.
Additionally some states still use machines that include no paper trail. The ‘evidence” is destroyed. Florida’s machines have no paper trail in Bush v. Gore.
In Europe, they use exit polling to determine who won and lost. The tabulated vote only serves as a formal verification. But that is done with paper ballots and hand counts under supervision, the way we used to do it.
Here’s the recipe now:
(1) Publish a poll contrived to suggest the result you are going to bring about.
(2) Manipulate the machines to bring about precisely your desired outcome.
As someone with great sentimental attachment to the Republican Party as I joined as the party of Goldwater, both parties have engaged in voting machine manipulation. Nowhere in the country has this been more true than Wisconsin where there is irrefutable evidence that Scott Walker and the Reince Prebus machine rigged as many as five elections including the defeat of a Walker recall election.
Mathematician and voting statistic expert Richard Charnin has produced a compelling study by comparing polling to actual results and exit polls to make a compelling case for voting machine manipulation in the Badger state.
When the Trump vs. Cruz primary took place the same pattern emerged again of a Marquette University poll showing a 20 point shift from Trump ahead by 10% to Trump behind by 10%, which was simply absurd. Shifts like that don’t happen over brief intervals of time, absent a nuclear explosion. It didn’t make any sense—unless you knew what was going on was an “instant replay” of Walker’s victories. The machine Priebus bill was delivering for Cruz big time.
Today the polling industry has been reported to be “in a state of crisis” because they are altering their samples to favor Hillary. The Reuters poll actually got busted for oversampling Democrats in order to inflate Hillary’s lead. We even had the absurdity of a Gallup poll proclaiming that 51% of those who had heard Trump’s speech were less likely to vote for him, which was endlessly repeated by the shills at MSNBC.
I predicted that Trump would lead in the polls after his highly successful convention (despite the media frenzy over the non issue of a Melania Trump staffer plagiarizing a handful of words). In fact post convention polling for the Trump effort by Hillary hasn’t exactly had smooth sailing.
Julian Assange of Wikileaks said he had inconvertible proof that as Secretary of State Hillary Clinton armed Isis LINK. The IRS has opened an investigation to the Clinton Foundation and it’s many offshoots and Hillary got caught lying about what FBI director Comey did say.
But you will see less of Hillary’s problems in the mainstream media, which has gone completely overboard in its relentless, even hysterical, efforts to lambast Trump and promote Hillary. Every remotely objective commentator has been stunned. Trump will however have an opportunity to drive these points home in the debates.
We are now living in a fake reality of constructed data and phony polls. The computerized voting machines can be hacked and rigged and after the experience of Bernie Sanders there is no reason to believe they won’t be. Don’t be taken in.
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Roger Stone is a legendary and seasoned American political consultant and strategist who played a key role in the election of Republican presidents, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, and George H.W. Bush. He is a veteran of eight national presidential campaigns. He was also instrumental in the 2000 Florida recount which elected George W. Bush. Aside from politics, he’s also known for his personal style, and writes the annual, “Ten Best and Worst Dressed Men and Women in the World” column for Stonezone.com and serves as men’s style correspondent for the Daily Caller.
He is the author of New York Times bestseller, The Man Who Killed Kennedy: The Case Against LBJ and The Clinton’s War on Women, and his latest, Jeb! And the Bush Crime Family. Roger Stone has written for Fox Opinion, Breitbart News, StoneZone.com, the Daily Caller, Op-Ed page of the New York Times, and now for NewsWithViews.com.
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