Roger Stone just suddenly appeared in my ex, Alex Jones' life. Suddenly, after years of being non-partisan, my ex became the propaganda mouthpiece for Trump. Look at this traffic analysis from https://t.co/764Y1RkJN7 and also look at how much Alex paid for traffic, and when https://t.co/POpV9lhCXj— Kelly Jones (@AlexJones_Ex) 21 March 2018
Graph of my ex, #AlexJones' popularity rise which is directly relevant to the time #RogerStone started appearing on his show. Also, look at the $$ he invested in GoogleAdWords, directly tied to the same timeline. Stats from https://t.co/lnwfQCvUi8 .. you can pull them yourself pic.twitter.com/uAXPTdpR3J— Kelly Jones (@AlexJones_Ex) 21 March 2018
And in case you are still unaware of what Stone has done:
1. Stone helped to buy the 1980 election for Reagan by delivering a $125k bung from deep, dark CIA agent Roy Cohn;
2. EIR/LPAC allege that Stone was at one time the lover of Roy Cohn;
3. Stone organised a riot in Florida after the 2000 election to stop a recount which won Florida for George W Bush (which then enabled 9/11 and the PNAC wars);
4. Stone helped to expose Eliot Spitzer and destroy his investigation into the corrupt practices of Wall Street, which enabled the financial crisis of 2007/8 and the subsequent global austerity which we are still suffering.
So it's fair to say that Stone has been the rightist globalists fixer.
Is he still?
Trump's policies, picks and supporters all indicate that he is not the anti-establishment outsider he portrayed himself as. Trump may not be the classic rightist globalist, but when Trump's adviser Kissinger says that Trump could do great things then we had all better wonder what Kissinger means.