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Stone: Russia probe is the penalty for running for President
The former Green candidate Jill Stein fires back at accusations of Russia consultation, only because at the same conference as Putin. #Tucker
Green candidate Jill Stein told Fox News on Thursday night that the Americans “have yet to see the evidence,” that Moscow has experimented in the last year of the choice.
Stone confirmed earlier this week that the Senate Intelligence Committee had its campaign to request documents, including E-Mails, as part of its investigation of the Russian activities and the alleged collusion between campaigns and outside interests.
“I think there are legitimate targets in the investigation,” stone Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson said tonight.” “Interfering in our election is much greater than that of the Russians and … I would like to see the evidence for Russian guilt here.”
Stone in comparison to Russia to study the run-up to the Iraq war, said, “We really see evidence, [then] … We are still paying the price — $5.5 trillion and counting. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me a million times, shame on all of us.”
Stone also spoke of their participation in a now-infamous dinner in Moscow, the 10-year anniversary of RT, a Russian state-run news and propaganda channel. Was photographed sitting at a table with Russian President Vladimir Putin and the future national security Advisor, Michael Flynn, now the cooperation with Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.
“The dinner … it was really a non-event,” stone said. “At one point, Putin and his bodyguard came up with a few guys, I took. Turns out, they were actually in his inner circle, but you would have never known. Nobody was introduced to anybody … At one point, Putin will be a very quick turn around the table and shook everyone’s hand, but without the exchange of names, so this is about as important as that was.”