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Trump Commutes Sentence of Roger Stone, Says Trial Was Based on a ‘Hoax’


Last night President Donald Trump commuted the sentence of former advisor Roger Stone. 

Stone was due to report to prison to serve 40 months for process crimes relating to the collapsed Mueller probe into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US election.

The White House confirmed that Stone’s sentence would be commuted  and added that he was a victim of the Democrat Party and Intelligence Community’s long-running Russiagate “hoax.”

“Roger Stone has already suffered greatly,” said White House in a statement issued to the press.

“He was treated very unfairly, as were many others in this case. Roger Stone is now a free man!”

The move in certain to incense the left-wing mainstream media as the 2020 election cycle begins to gain steam.

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Stone, 67, had previously been sentenced in February for the charge of lying to Congress over having what turned out to be a nonexistent “back channel” to WikiLeaks and and Julian Assange. Stone also was charged with witness tampering and obstructing the Democrat House investigation.

It is believed that the Democrat Party and Robert Mueller needed to secure a conviction in order to advance the conspiracy theory that the Trump campaign was somehow in collaboration with WikiLeaks and the Russian government, as they attempted to prove the theory of “Russian collusion.”

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