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Roger Stone tells Trump to bring in martial law if he loses election

1 month ago   |   By The Independent

Trump ally also recommends jailing the Clintons and Mark Zuckerberg
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Mike Bloomberg will spend $100m to help Biden beat Trump in Florida

1 month ago   |   By The Guardian

Billionaire's cash infusion aimed at boosting early voting Roger Stone tells Trump: bring in martial law if you lose Rage: Will Bob Woodward's tapes bring down Donald Trump? The former New York mayor and candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination Mike Bloomberg will spend at least $100m to support Joe Biden in Florida, in an attempt to counter any infusion of personal cash by Donald Trump. Related: Has Trump spent his election war chest before the war really starts?
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Roger Stone Calls For Trump To 'Declare Martial Law' To Seize Power If He Loses

1 month ago   |   By Huffington Post

Long-time Donald Trump confidant, and convicted felon, Roger Stone said that the president should declare “martial law” to seize power if he loses what Stone characterized as an already corrupt election. The results will only be legitimate if the “real winner” - Trump - takes office, regardless of what the votes say, Stone declared. A loss would apparently be justification for Trump to use force to take over the nation. Stone, who worked as an adviser in the last Trump campaign, made the astonishing statements Thursday on the InfoWars program of far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones...
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Roger Stone calls for Trump to declare 'martial law' if he loses the election, and order the arrest of Mark Zuckerberg, Tim Cook, and the Clintons

Roger Stone calls for Trump to declare 'martial law' if he loses the election, and order the arrest of Mark Zuckerberg, Tim Cook, and the Clintons

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

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Roger Stone, the political "dirty trickster" and former adviser to Donald Trump, has urged the president to seize power should he lose November's election.
In the interview with Jones' far-right conspiracy site Infowars, Stone echoed groundless claims pushed by Trump that the Democratic party would rig the election.
Stone encouraged Trump to consider declaring "martial law" should he lose the election, or invoke the Insurrection Act. Using his new powers, he should arrest of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Apple CEO Tim Cook, "the Clintons," and "anybody else who can...
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