As we and others reported Friday, Roger Stone was found guilty of all seven charges against him and now faces 50 years in prison. As a result, a change.org petition asks President Trump to pardon him.
“We, the undersigned, respectfully request that the President of the United States grant a full and unconditional pardon to Roger Jason Stone Jr.,” the petition, which can be seen here, reads.
As of this writing, 10,660 people have signed the petition.
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“He was railroaded. Pardon him,” one person said.
“Kangaroo court.. jury rigged… judge biased,” another person added.
“His only crime was being a supporter of Donald Trump,” a third person said.
Others said that many have lied to Congress and have not been charged with a crime.
Trump responded to the conviction, calling it a double standard:
A post at the Gateway Pundit said that Judge Amy Berman Jackson refused to let Stone present evidence that would have set him free:
He’s indicted because corrupt Judge Amy Berman Jackson did not allow Stone to argue for proof that Russians hacked the DNC server, as was reported in the Mueller report. Stone claimed that if the Russians didn’t hack the DNC, his case would be dismissed, but Judge Jackson wouldn’t let him.
We reported on May 11, 2019, that Roger Stone and his legal team requested the report from Crowdstrike, the firm connected with the Deep State who reportedly did inspect the DNC server after emails were released by WikiLeaks. This report was used by the FBI and the Mueller gang as support that the DNC was hacked by Russia.
Roger Stone is trying to get the Crowdstrike Report. https://t.co/zl7rmEz2NU
— Semi-Casual Observer (@CasualSemi) May 10, 2019
If it is "so obvious" the Russian government orchestrated the email disclosures of the 2016 campaign, why are the #Mueller leftovers in the #RogerStone case asking the court to relieve them of that very obligation, saying they should "not be required to prove" that very fact? pic.twitter.com/WdfSzSsvF2
— Robert Barnes (@barnes_law) May 10, 2019
Stone faces sentencing on February 6, 2020.
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