April 17, 2017

Roger Stone on Steve Bannon, Trump’s missile strike and more

Rebel Staff

I sat down with former Trump campaign advisor Roger Stone on the reports of a Trump White House shakeup.

Stone gives his predictions for what will happen to Steve Bannon, his opinion on why Trump conducted the missile strike in Syria, and what this all means for the 2018 and 2020 election cycle for the Republican Party and Trump's re-election. 

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commented 2017-04-18 22:16:50 -0400
Peter Netterville,

Yes, but a man living in the sky who watches over us, talking snakes and other ridiculous fairy tales in The Bible is completely logical, sensible, reasonable and a more sound argument over a gay gene that we are not advanced enough yet to discover, despite many studies still pointing us into that direction.
commented 2017-04-18 17:21:16 -0400
Drew said, "Jack Carter probe that their is a gay gene. Or prove your comment. "

He can’t, but he takes it on faith that science will eventually prove that the “gay gene” exists, a somewhat anachronistic belief I would suggest.

But it is completely unacceptable to believe that you continue to exist after you die and even more unacceptable to believe in God … but to have faith in science to eventually come up with proof of a “gay gene” that is a pure speculation at this point is just fine and completely reasonable.

The lengths people will go so they can say, “I can’t help being gay, I was born that way!”
commented 2017-04-18 01:26:47 -0400
Jack Carter probe that their is a gay gene. Or prove your comment.
commented 2017-04-17 23:21:46 -0400
I like the sounds of that Bill Elder.
commented 2017-04-17 22:19:48 -0400
Stone is looking like he’s recovered from polonium poisoning quite well. As for Bannon He’s not going anywhere. Kushner also hasn’t the influence the fake news credits him with, and he and Bannon’s feud is fake news disinfo – the guy who got slapped back in line this week was McMaster.
commented 2017-04-17 22:07:10 -0400
Catherine O’keeffe—-How can you be happy if Trump likes NATO.? That expensive men’s club puts Countries like N. Korea and Iran in charge of Human Rights. That would be the same as putting Trudeau in charge of Free Speech.
commented 2017-04-17 20:11:06 -0400
liza Rosie,

Prove that I am a paid troll, because that doesn’t really exist.
commented 2017-04-17 18:51:25 -0400
Why are Trump supporters surprised? You knew that moves on instinct and responds to admiration. He now likes NATO, dislikes Putin, sees isolationism is untenable,(all good developments in my view) but he does not have, and never had t a clear world-view and so it all could change again.
commented 2017-04-17 18:43:57 -0400
Jack Posobiec, great interview.
commented 2017-04-17 18:40:14 -0400
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commented 2017-04-17 18:40:13 -0400
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commented 2017-04-17 18:11:52 -0400
I like Pierre Lemieux’s background as Lieutenant-Colonel in the armed forces. His experience may be what we need right now as Prime Minister.
commented 2017-04-17 18:07:05 -0400
Carter=paid troll
commented 2017-04-17 17:35:12 -0400
liza Rosie,

You do realize that the reason why Bannon is probably going to be dumped is because Trump’s son in law doesn’t get along with Bannon and he is telling his father in law to get rid of him. Trump is a puppet.
commented 2017-04-17 17:26:29 -0400
As far as Bannon is concerned, I have decided that if Trump agrees to it , it’s because he thinks it’s best and besides, no amount of noise from the peanut gallery which is what we all are, is going to sway Trump one way or the other on those sorts of decisions.
That said, that Trump remembers why and who voted him in, what values they voted him in for and that if he wants continued support from his base he needs to respect those values, is important. I have heard many on different alt. media sites suggest the importance of continually reminding Trump of the importance of staying on track through twitter etc.
commented 2017-04-17 17:16:39 -0400
You’re a good addition to the Rebel Jack Posobiec. Roger Stone was a good choice for getting some down low. He has known Trump for decades and if anyone knows how Trump’s mind works, Roger does. It’s great having a main line to Washington.
It is also a great idea introducing Canadians to Roger Stone if they aren’t already familiar with him. He has a lot to offer.

I found this interactive map, http://syria.liveuamap.com/
Listened to a bunch of recent interviews with Assad on you tube
Read this article from 2015 to get some more back story, http://time.com/3719129/assad-isis-asset/
‘Why Bashar Assad Won’t Fight ISIS’
….and I give up understanding what the hell is going on or who is fighting who or did what.
All I have to say is, I pray that Trump knows what he is doing and can get us all out of this. North Korea included.
And agreed, geopolitically, the Syrian strike was a strategic beauty. Past that I know nothing for sure anymore. My past conclusions could still even be correct, however the clear motives of all, are beyond my reach of comprehension.
commented 2017-04-17 15:45:26 -0400
Thank you Jack. The Rebel now has access to the Trump Administration. What better way to show up the twerp Jihadi Justin for the traitorous Muslim Convert determined to lead Canada to Sharia Hell!
commented 2017-04-17 15:33:25 -0400
59 Cruise Missiles would have put that Syrian Airfield out of action for at least six months. It was just a fire cracker show.

It was just letting the world know, My name is not Obama and I do not have any friends called Clinton.
Trump = Genius.

commented 2017-04-17 15:32:14 -0400
Peter Netterville,

Unfortunately you are not going to get your wish and on top of that, conservatives in Canada are pretty much viewed as liberals in America.
commented 2017-04-17 15:24:43 -0400
An excellent interview.

What Canada needs now is to be invaded by the US. Real Canadians would not object.

commented 2017-04-17 15:05:27 -0400
Secretary of the Treasury under the Reagan Administration, Paul Craig Roberts:

The answer is: Washington is a collection of morons, people stupid below the meaning of stupid. People so far outside of reality that they imagine that their hubris and arrogance elevates them above reality.

When the first Satan 2 hits Washington, the greatest collection of morons in the world will cease to exist.

The world will breathe a huge sigh of relief.

Bring it on! Come on morons, eliminate yourselves! The rest of us cannot wait.
commented 2017-04-17 15:03:32 -0400
I like Roger Stone’s perspective on Trump and current events.

Excellent interview, Jack.

I feel comfortable with Trump as President of the USA, but oh how I long for a Conservative government in Canada again.

Can you imagine what a powerhouse North America would be with a Conservative government in office now working hand-in-glove with Trump?

Paraphrase: “The shame is not in failing. The shame is in not trying.” – Roger Stone