Roger Stone Calls for Special Prosecutor and Congressional Hearings
In this, I agree with Roger Stone. I want the same. I’ve recently revealed that I’m exploring the possibility of challenging GOP NY Congressman Peter King-an Islamophobe who’s in lockstep with Donald Trump and Paul Ryan in taking away Americans’ health insurance.
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A dream of mine is if I did challenge and defeat King is to actually get to question Roger Stone in a House hearing. It turns out that Stone too would love to testify at said hearing.
“I think that it’s very important that the air be cleared on this, and therefore I favor any fair, unbiased investigation. In retrospect, Jeff Sessions is probably compromised on this, has a conflict and therefore I’d suggest that he appoint a special counsel, which we have a provision for under federal law to investigate the matter, report to the American people and to the courts.”
“Alternatively, a congressional investigation with public hearings would be acceptable. I would relish the opportunity to testify in public and put the lie to this entire charge that the Russian state somehow aided or boosted the election of Donald Trump. It is simply not true.”
By the way, that’s great. All we want is the truth. This is why the current arrangement in the Senate might not get it done. Marco Rubio actually thinks that now they are going to have real hearings in the Senate Intelligence panel.
This was after they met in a private meeting with James Comey. Trouble is, even if they can conduct the thorough, bipartisan investigation Rubio talks about it will be behind closed doors. The public must have confidence in the process or they won’t believe the results.
Roger Stone himself gets that. When do the GOP leaders in Congress figure it out?