In a display of raw federal power, unseen since navy seals rappelled from a Blackhawk helicopter to personally beat Bin Laden to death, Rogers Stone, President Trump’s longtime friend and advisor, was arrested in a predawn blitzkrieg last week by a 29-man well-armed battalion of FBI agents, a 17-vehicle tactical unit. CNN was, conveniently on hand at 6 a.m., to take it all in.
The Russia probe has plagued Trump entire presidency and Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s jihad doesn’t appear to be coming to an end anytime soon.
Meanwhile, the Deep State, Democrats and Republicans alike, are in lockstep trying to remove Trump from office. Rep Adam Schiff insists Trump is heading to jail. Rep Maxine Waters agrees, saying, “President Donald Trump is a ‘criminal’ who should be impeached.”
How many slings and arrows will Trump take before he’s had enough, InfoWar’s host Owen Shroyer contemplated in an exclusive interview with XCluded.
“Trump supporters are all asking themselves that right now: Why is President Trump allowing this to happen to his friends and his associates. Why isn’t he going after the corrupt bureaucrats and all the crimes of Hillary Clinton and Obama? I think we are all asking ourselves that right now.”
Shroyer, who co-hosts the War Room daily with Stone on InfoWars, stood by the conservative operative’s side as he traveled to Washington D.C. court Tuesday for arraignment on seven charges brought by special counsel Robert Mueller.
XCluded spoke with Shroyer Friday outside the federal courthouse, as Stone was indicted on seven counts by Mueller’s team on charges of allegedly making false statements to Congress, tampering with a witness and obstructing a government investigation.
So far, several former Trump campaign associates – Michael Flynn, Paul Manafort, Richard Gates, Roger Stone and George Papadopoulos – are among the scalps by Mueller’s team. Manafort was the first to have been found guilty by a jury in part of Mueller’s probe. But none of the charges are related to collusion with Russia.
After witnessing his friend and colleague raided at the crack of dawn by dozens of armed FBI agents, Shroyer said he’s “fed up.”
“I can’t help it that when it happened to Roger that it just got so close to home, that I was just fed up. I would imagine people felt this way when it happened to Mike Flynn. I would imagine people felt this way when it happened to Paul Manafort. Of course, I did,” he said. “But when it happened to Roger – Roger is a friend of mine, I care about Roger. When I had to see that happen to him.
“When I had to see the death threats against his family, for me it was the first time I was like, ‘Wow President Trump, you better do something about this.’”
Its abundantly clear Mueller’s investigation has nothing to do with Russia, Shroyer argued.
“They are not looking for Russian collusion, if they were, they’d be looking at Hillary Clinton. If they were, they’d be looking at Uranium One,” he lamented. “If they were, they’d be looking at who paid the Russian intelligence officers to make up that phony dossier that is opposition research against Donald Trump. They are not interested in that.
“This is all about taking Trump out of office. I hope the president realizes that. I don’t think he’s dumb. I think he knows that’s the case. We are all just scratching our heads wondering why he’s allowing it to happen.”
For every line that Trump may have crossed, Obama, Clinton, and their minions crossed a parking lot full of lines, all without consequence. From Clinton’s emails to bogus FISA warrants, there is overwhelming and mounting evidence for Trump to go scorched earth through transparency and instruct his Justice Department to pursue accountability against those conspiring to destroy him.
Yet the president, who promised to “Lock Her Up,” has yet to fulfilled his mandate to “Drain the Swamp” and shut down the political witch hunt that’s jeopardizing the freedom of his longtime ally.
“If I put myself in the president’s shoes – maybe that’s kind of his reservation right now – He’s like ‘look, there aren’t a bunch of people protesting, there aren’t millions of people protesting, there aren’t Americans up in arms about this. Maybe the president has a philosophy that he wants to wait until it reaches that point. Maybe he wants it to get to that point before he moves against these people so he can add the public support,” he said. “But to me, that doesn’t justify allowing it to happen. To me, you’re the president. It’s your job to step in and stop this political witch hunt that he knows is the case.”
When asked by CBS’s Margaret Brennan Sunday if he was considering a pardon for Stone, Trump replied, “I have not thought about it. It looks like he’s defending himself very well. But you have to get rid of the Russia witch hunt because it is indeed.”