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After pressing the totally fake news Steele dossier, the Beast is back at it.
On Tuesday the far-left Daily Beast reported that a Roger Stone was behind effort to motivate Republicans not to enact the January Senate Vote in Georgia. This was refuted by Roger Stone but it hasnt stopped far-left Salon from parroting the very same story.
The Daily Beast reported:
Stone also provided lawyer letters from attorneys associated with this short article. This hasnt stopped the far-left from pressing this story along. Now Salon is pressing the phony newspaper article.
Roger Stone Refutes Far-Left Daily Beast Hit Piece on Him and a PAC Not Active Since 2016.
This story by the Daily Beast is a fraud. The report incorrectly attributes a moribund political action committee that I assisted form in 2016– The Committee For American Sovereignty.
Let me be clear. Nobody I understand and nobody that I am affiliated with is accountable for publishing this website:.
This is clearly a timeless left-wing cheat created to drain pipes votes from the Republican candidates for the US Senate in the coming Georgia runoff election. I have never urged Republicans or advocates of the President not to vote for the 2 United States Senate candidates in Georgia in the essential upcoming runoff election.
If Salon retracts its incorrect report, lets see. Were not holding our breath.
Here is the SALON story:.
Can CNN be far behind?
Stone offered us his response to this story:.
These leftists are amazing. Even after they understand that the committee for American sovereignty did not publish the unrefined site urging Trump fans to compose Donald Trumps name in the Georgia US Senate overflow on January 5th, a little research study reveals that the domain is owned by somebody in Canada.
Nobody I am related to and no one I understand published this website attributed incorrectly to be “connected to me.
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Conservative operatives and an extremely PAC with ties to notorious GOP filthy trickster Roger Stone appear to be requiring Trump fans to punish Republicans by sitting out Georgias important Senate overflows or composing in Trumps name rather. And though their efforts stay on the celebrations fringes, the trajectory of the movement has Republicans fearful that it might cost the GOP control of the Senate.
The most aggressive call to boycott or cast protest tallies in the two overflow races has, up until now, come from a dormant pro-Trump very PAC with ties to Stone, which revealed a brand-new effort to strike back versus the Republican Partys expected turncoats by handing Democrats control of the U.S. Senate.
Roger Stone called us and mentioned unquestionably that this report by the Beast was incorrect. Below are Stones remarks on the piece:.
Here is the Daily beast story revised considering that the committee for sovereigntys legal representative contacted them to tell them their story was incorrect after the publication of the entrance pundit story. (The Daily Beasts claim that they called me for remark and I did not react is False!).
Its not just citizen suppression Its a dirty trick and theyre utilizing my name is clickbait while entirely miss representing my strong public support for both Republican candidates for the Senate in Georgia.
Here is the GATEWAY Pundit story:.
Facts be damned SALON now doubles down and reports the same LIE as the Daily Beast.
The extreme language and open bigotry of Homepage of this “unclean tricks” website designed to siphon votes from Senator Kelly Loeffler and Senator David Purdue in the crucial upcoming runoff elections is the inform. Its a scams!
Here is the FAKE site.