ROGER STONE: As a “Hard Boiled Political Strategist” the Best Thing We Can Do Today is “Pray” | Joe Hoft


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ROGER STONE: As a “Hard Boiled Political Strategist” the Best Thing We Can Do Today is “Pray”

Roger Stone was on today’s Joe Hoft Show on TNT Radio in one of the best interviews in the show’s history.

Roger Stone began his interview on the show (at the 18:58 minute mark in the file below) by complimenting Joe Hoft for his work on “The Steal” series of books about the 2020 Election.  Stone shared:

Joe, I am delighted to be with you.  I must tell you last night I finally finished the latest volume of your book “The Steal” and I think it is the best, the single-best comprehensive explanation and documentation of what actually happened in our last Presidential election.  My hat is really off to you.  It is a tremendous achievement…When I get into arguments with liberals who try to tell me there is no election whatsoever that the last election was heisted,… I go online and I order them the multivolume series because it’s all there, it’s all there.

After the gracious comments, Joe Hoft shared a letter he had received from a supporter of The Gateway Pundit (TGP):

Dear Hoft brothers,

Thank you for reporting the truth.  I have been going to TGP for at least 7 years (probably more).  I haven’t given you guys a dime.  I am sorry about that.  But here’s 50 bucks for starters.

I am 87 years old, have lived in California since I was 1 years old, a Korean War Vet, and a lifelong conservative.  However, my only real identity lies in the fact that Jesus Christ is my Lord and Savior.

God’s word to us is clear, avenge not yourselves, vengeance is mine saith the Lord.  Fret not thyself because of evil doers.

In other words, prayer and the truth are our only weapons to fight this demonic evil that is destroying America.

Roger Stone replied:

Well, I’d certainly prescribe to everything he says, although I’ll admit to you it took me a while to get there…

Stone went on to discuss the Mueller investigation and how he was targeted and pressured in an attempt to get him to testify falsely against Donald Trump.  He then discussed the gag order that was placed on him similar to the one the corrupt DC court is trying to place on President Trump.

I learned it is true when they say, “There are no atheists in foxholes”.

Stone went on to discuss his piece before the 2020 Election that he shared at TGP only weeks before the election where he warned about the Democrats plan to steal the election.  He did it in part to warn President Trump who he was not able to communicate with at the time.

ROGER STONE EXCLUSIVE: How the Democrats Plan to Steal the 2020 Election

Today everything we are seeing are antithetical to the past.  The attacks on President Trump are backfiring tremendously.

Stone went on to discuss the rights of Americans to contest elections and the electoral college activities in Hawaii in the 1960 Election involving John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon.

Now the Democrat Party is on the cusp of replacing Joe Biden.

Stone went on to discuss his piece he wrote on “The Crucifixion of Rudy Giuliani”.  He believes Rudy’s works in New York in the past were miraculous and he still is the man he has always been.  Stone said that he is helping Giuliani in part because of the following:

When I was going through the Mueller witchhunt, and many, many, many of my friends and supporters abandoned me, there’s a handful of people who stuck with me.  Among them were Jim and Joe Hoft, who allowed me to get my side of the story out in a very quick and efficient manner.  You guys were with me through thick and thin, through difficult times and that is something I will never forget.  But Rudy Giuliani was, and Bernard Kerik, the former New York Police Commissioner were two others who did not abandon me, did not head for the tall grass.

Listen to the rest of the interview below, up till the end when Roger Stone shares that he is a “hard boiled political strategist” and what we can do now more than anything is “pray”.

“How’s that for a political strategy.”

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