Conviction of Roger Stone is the “tipping point for tyranny” as Americans realize the whole system is rigged, dishonest and DANGEROUS to us all

Roger Stone has been convicted on all 7 counts of lying to the federal government about the Wikileaks leaks which exposed some of the lies and deceptions of the Democrats.

In a society that is largely run by liars, crooks, bureaucratic frauds and political cheats, the establishment has targeted Roger Stone with a criminal prosecution that, in any truly just society, should have been directed at Hillary Clinton, James Comey, John Brennan, Andrew McCabe and even Barack Obama himself.

Leftists are celebrating today, along with Chris Wallace of Fox News who is laughing hysterically at the announcement of Roger Stone’s conviction. Yet what we are really watching is the tipping point of tyranny, where the deep state can target an individual, gag their speech, throw them into a rigged trial run by a deep state judge, subject them to a deep state jury composed almost entirely of anti-Trump D.C. operatives, and find them “guilty” of a non-crime crime while the truly guilty go free.

Justice is dead in America. The courts are rigged, the judges are corrupt, the “journalists” are all run by the CIA and the fake news media is complicit in a criminal coup against the President of the United States of America.

We the People cannot allow this grave injustice to continue. This long train of abuses must be answered and halted.

Prepare for chaos, because that’s what America now faces as the deep state has made it clear they will imprison or kill all who threaten the Democrats or the deep state, which is all really the same thing.

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Nice Tweet Trump…. Now do something about it…. Go ahead…. We’ll be waiting and watching.

      
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14 Responses to Conviction of Roger Stone is the “tipping point for tyranny” as Americans realize the whole system is rigged, dishonest and DANGEROUS to us all

  1. Matt FLyer says:

    There hasn’t been justice in the legal system in a long time, if there ever was. On the surface, one can question whether Stone really committed a “crime” and one might even see and believe that determining whether or not one did is the purpose and function of a jury. Consequently, if one has faith in a jury and the process of jury based trials, one could easily conclude that he in fact did commit a “crime”.

    There is a reason that I am putting “crime” in quotes. It comes down to the definition of “crime”. According to the online Merriam Webster dictionary crime:
    1) a grave offense especially against morality
    2) something reprehensible, foolish, or disgraceful
    3) a circular definition for criminal activity where the criminal entry circles back to crime
    4) an illegal act for which someone can be punished by the government especially : a gross violation of law

    Ah Ha -- there you have it, an “illegal” act for which “government” can punish you. So, lets see what “illegal” means. Per the same dictionary site illegal means: “an illegal act for which someone can be punished by the government especially : a gross violation of law” or “not sanctioned by official rules (as of a game)”.

    So, clearly Stone must have done something really bad, or immoral right? Not necessarily, one could even argue in this particular case that his actions were in fact, quite moral and proper. (see Bruce Schneier’s Liars and Outliers for a discussion of social mechanisms for balancing defection against societal norms -- whether they be good or ill). Where he obviously ran afoul, however, was that he violated the “rules”. This begs the question, who makes the rules? Why the elected “representatives” of course -- the so called “law makers”, the congress critters.

    Looking at the complaints, I am avoiding the use of the word “charges” here, a jury was convinced that Stone violated the rules of obstructing congress and lying to congress critters. Sigh, this is one of those instances that causes me to lose faith in the idea of a jury. Though I have not been summoned for a jury, it is probably why I would immediately be kicked off were my honest feelings to be known, though I have stated them openly on several different online forums. Specifically, I would refuse to be an agent of the State and would not blindly uphold the State’s “law” but rather would weigh the “law” itself against my own views of conscious as well as fundamental right and wrong. Were I to have been on this jury, I would very likely have refused to convict because I would not tolerate the double standard where by if it works to the benefit of the deep state, the body politic of bureaucrats that survives the electoral process and deigns itself the master (* anyone who doesn’t see this should watch the impeachment ‘inquiry’ sham currently going on -- the deep state is in open admission as to it’s existence and openly admitting that IT and not the elected set national policy) then it is to be permitted and ignored. However, if by God it works to the benefit of We The People, even if it is in the righteous case of exposing the lies and corruption that would steal our voice and vote, for what little it seems to be worth today, then it should be grounds to deprive someone of life and liberty is utterly intolerable.

    This takes on a deeper meaning and importance for us mere subjects, er I mean citizens of this former nation. Run afoul of the politicians, those who in other threads and discussions we are increasing realizing the moral right to dethrone and replace, and the resources of the State, resources stolen from you that will vastly outweigh those that you can bring due to sheer volume and mass will be brought to bear against you. The system is designed, not for justice, but to crush under force and to do so slowly, painfully, and at great expense. Getting to the truth, getting to right and wrong takes a back seat to the system getting a “win” of crushing an individual and depriving them in some fashion. To me, this sounds like something that nightmares are made of, the sort of thing one would expect in a regime like Communist China or North Korea.

    The trick if you will, I believe, is to see the system for what it really is. To see that the proverbial Emperor has no clothes. The system is comprised of people. People like you, with hopes, dreams, desires, fears, acquired wealth and family. Things to lose. Things that can be taken. The (legal) system is not all powerful. It’s power lies in your belief in it and hence your willingness to prostrate yourself before and beneath it. Don’t misunderstand, it’s threat of force and violence should you refuse to submit is very real but at the end of the day, the force will be brought by a man with a badge and a gun. Once you strip away the badge and see the man for what he is, a bully and a thug no different than common street vermin it becomes easy to see the righteousness in defending yourself against the man with a gun. In the end, the sheer volume of State resources would likely overwhelm you and you would be killed. The question is, but at what cost to the State?

    If you were Roger Stone, what would be your next move? How would you go down? Would you submit before a corrupt and illegitimate system and allow it to take your life or would you go down giving the biggest bloody nose you could imagine? Would you go to jail willingly, or would you rather be the next Christopher Dorner?

    • Timothy E. Tucker says:

      ” Would you go to jail willingly, or would you rather be the next Christopher Dorner?”
      Are you kidding me? Answering that could put any of us on a terrorist watch list!
      Roger Stone is going to jail. He also knows Epstein probably did not kill himself, as do we. So, if RS ends up suicided, we’ll know how the rest of this is going to play out and what actions to take, IMHO. TET.

  2. “Government is not reason; it is not eloquent; it is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master.” — George Washington

  3. Brad says:

    Democrats are putting Republicans on trial and winning. Republicans have same options yet go no where. I’m surprised no one other than Trump said anything about this. Yea, we’re losing the battles even before the war begins. However, let the war begin and I’ll show you winning!!!

  4. a follower says:

    Roger Stone, is a complete dirt bag, so perhaps Justice is being served?
    Yet we also see how the favoritism ‘seems’ plays out.
    Everybody gets theirs! i am convinced.

  5. Rabbi Will says:

    Agreed YHVH often allows folks to get really ripe before destroying them! Stone has long been a known deviant along with too many others to list here. Nathan Leal is no prophet for knowing that! Hearing thunder doesn’t mean your hearing is keen any more than seeing the sun means your eyesight is sharp! Many or these preachers and prophets are just as deviant as the lobbyists and politicians. They just operate in a different venue. God’s word is the only straight way!

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