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Watch: Roger Stone Responds to Mar-a-Lago Raid and FBI Seizing His Pardon Documents

Roger Stone, a former advisor for former President Trump, wrote an article for Gateway Pundit on the topic of the raid on Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s Florida Estate, and discussing the interview he had with Fox News’ Sean Hannity.

“Late last week, I was interviewed on Sean Hannity’s FOX TV show regarding the stunning FBI raid on President Donald Trump’s home, Mar-a-Lago only days before,” Stone begins.

“Having been the target of an early dawn FBI raid on my own home by 29 SWAT-clad FBI agents brandishing M4 fully automatic assault rifles on January 25th, 2019 to arrest me for the entirely fabricated “crime” of lying to Congress, I am among the few Americans who can understand the feeling of violation President Trump and former First Lady Melania Trump must feel, as in the raid on my home FBI agents went through every inch of the Trump’s living space.”

Stone was arrested that day, and was eventually convicted in November 2019 on seven counts of lying to Congress, obstruction of justice and witness tampering. These charges were tied to the investigation into Russian collusion at the hands of former FBI director Robert Mueller as well as claims that he had ties to the WikiLeaks website that posted some of the emails that Hillary Clinton had stored on her private email server prior to the 2016 election.

At trial, prosecutors said Stone told five different lies to lawmakers on the U.S. House Intelligence Committee about his contacts with the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks.

Stone goes on to describe the raid on his home before discussing the status of his interview with Hannity and why it isn’t easily discoverable online.

“As was the case in the Trump raid, FBI agents arrived by both land and sea forcing their way into the front gate but also arriving on amphibious units as Mar-a-Lago backs onto Lake Worth,” he writes.

“You won’t be able to find my interview on YouTube where FOX regularly posts all of Hannity’s excellent and hard-hitting programs,” he continues. “That’s because YouTube has banned me for life and will even take down the page of any news outlet that dares to post an interview with me, as recently happened with WABC radio in New York.”

“To his credit, Hannity posted our interview to both his personal Twitter and Facebook pages where they got broad viewership.”

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