"And my spidey sense tells me they mean to move on us to take InfoWars out, and to take any support for the president out because they know we got President Trump elected", Jones said Friday while speaking with Roger Stone, a former Trump adviser who was arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in a predawn raid Friday. The FBI raided his home and "terrorized" his family, Stone said outside a Florida courthouse Friday.
"This statement was recently made by Roger Stone, essentially stating that he will not be forced by a rogue and out of control prosecutor to make up lies and stories about 'President Trump.' Nice to know that some people still have 'guts!'"
US prosecutors, in the court filing, accused Stone of lying to Congress about his public statements and communications with others suggesting he may have had advance knowledge of plans by Wikileaks to release hacked emails and obstructing Congress' work.
Stone was only officially on the president's campaign for a few months, but would spin reporters, peddle conspiracies and, according to prosecutors, collaborate with WikiLeaks to release damaging information about Hilary Clinton in the final stretch of the 2016 campaign. His case will be transferred to Washington, D.C.
Roger Stone, a longtime ally of US President Donald Trump and adviser to his 2016 presidential campaign, has been charged with making false statements and witness tampering, according to a grand jury indictment made public by US Special Counsel Robert Mueller's office.
Prosecutors did not charge Stone with conspiring with WikiLeaks or with the Russian officers Mueller says hacked the emails.
Shortly after another email dump, "an associate of the high-ranking Trump Campaign official sent a text message to STONE that read 'well done'".
Although Stone later left the campaign in an official capacity, he continued to informally advise then candidate Trump. The indictment alleged a senior Trump campaign official was directed by an unnamed person to make contact with Stone about WikiLeaks releases that could affect the Clinton campaign negatively.
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Replay is not an option for pass interference and other "judgment calls" but was discussed as recently as March. How two guys can look at that and come up with their decision - we'll probably never get over it.
The indictment does not name the official or say who directed the outreach to Stone. Last month, after Stone said he would not testify against the president, Trump praised his "guts".
Trump reacted to the news on Twitter, calling Mueller's investigation the "Greatest Witch Hunt in the History of our Country!" and added: "NO COLLUSION!" Stone had been predicting his indictment for some time.
Stone served as an adviser to Trump for years before he ran for president.
The indictment accuses Stone of carrying out a "prolonged effort" to keep Credico from contradicting his testimony before the House intelligence committee. The description of "Organization 1" in the indictment matches WikiLeaks.
As far as relationships are concerned, Donald Trump and Roger Stone's goes way back.
The Mueller investigation has also focused on Mr Stone's communications with Twitter persona Guccifer 2.0, which USA intelligence officials say is a front for Russian military intelligence.
Trump's outside lawyers Jay Sekulow and Rudy Giuliani did not respond to a request for comment on the indictment earlier on Friday. Stone has released emails that he says support that assertion. Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort has also said he kept in communication with Stone during the campaign.
Stone has claimed that Credico, a progressive NY political activist and radio host, served as his backchannel to WikiLeaks during the 2016 campaign. Stone don't have anything to do with the president'. Trump is questioning the impartiality of Robert Mueller's investigation and says the probe is groundless, while raising doubts about whether a fired top FBI official kept personal memos outlining his interactions with Trump.