One would expect Roger Stone to say anything in response to the House Select Committee’s proposal to summon him and ask him about January 6.
Stone sent to his Telegraph account:
“Considering what I know I wonder why the January 6 committee did not issue a document to Katrina Pierson, in other words, the person who was most affected by the January 6 violence and illegal activities, not me, because I was not present. about the Capitol that day.
Well, good news awaits Stone. He will have the opportunity to tell the Committee “what he knows,” and why he believes he should talk to Katrina Pierson and not her.
It is interesting to note that he is said to have had no “future knowledge” of what was to come at the Capitol, moving to the end meaning that Pierson knew in advance what was going to happen. If someone has “advance knowledge” it means that the violence was planned. If that person could be tied directly to Trump, it means Trump could be part of the process.
If Trump’s aides begin to turn on each other – and this seems like a legitimate example – then the Committee should take it as a sign that they are on the right track and continue to push.
Roger Stone throws Katrina Pierson under the bus. pic.twitter.com/viB6PdD1AH
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