Remember the ridiculous FBI raid on Roger Stone a couple weeks ago that CNN just happened to ‘conveniently’ be at? Well according to recently released security footage, it appears that CNN was present at Roger Stone’s home 40 minutes before the FBI even showed up.
Check out what Roger Stone himself had to say about the incident on Instagram:
Odd – this still from security video shows CNN arrived 40 minutes before the raid on my home and set up their camera 10 minutes before the FBI arrived. Their claim that they staked out my home every Thursday is disapproved by previous security camera recordings. If I was considered dangerous enough to require a take down by 29 FBI agents brandishing assault weapons why wasn’t CNN told to leave when the FBI closed the street ?
But it gets even worse. According to the same video surveillance video, it appears that authorities were giving directions to the CNN reporters who were at the scene. Check out the video surveillance below:
Even Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker weighed in on the matter during his testimony saying, “It was deeply concerning to me as to how CNN found out about that [raid].” After he made this statement, a CNN correspondent had something to say:
Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker suggested during his testimony earlier today before the House Judiciary Committee that CNN may have been tipped off to the FBI’s raid, prompting CNN justice correspondent Evan Perez to accuse Whitaker of “trying to give oxygen to a conspiracy”.
Trying to give oxygen to a conspiracy? The facts speak for themselves. CNN was present at Roger Stone’s house way before the FBI even showed up. To make matters worse, video surveillance footage even shows authorities giving CNN directions on where to film. You can draw your own conclusions but the evidence certainly seems to show that CNN was tipped off by the FBI. Isn’t it interesting how the same people who are investigating Trump for ‘collusion’ seem to be colluding with CNN? Unbelievable!