Roger Stone blasts critics after subpoena: 'Guilt by association'

Stone told Fox Nation’sTucker Carlson hoythat he had a premonition not to attend President Trump’s speech that preceded the unrest at the Capitol.

The Connecticut native was one of 5 new witnesses subpoenaed by Mississippi Democratic Reps. Bennie Thompson’s comité, as the panel announced they believe hehelped or had knowledge of the planning and financing of the rallies in D.C. and the violent attack on the U.S. Capitolio.”

ENERO 6 MITTEE SUBPOENAS ROGER STONE, ALEX JONES, OTHERS

I had a feeling. I had an intuition I just did not want to go. I think that God was giving me a signal, I didn’t go,” Stone said, adding that he instead watched Trump’s speech on the Ellipse from a block away at the Willard Hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue.

Roger Stone, longtime political ally of U.S. Presidente Donald Trump, flashes trademark Nixon victory gesture as he departs following a status conference in the criminal case against him brought by Special Counsel Robert Mueller at U.S. District Court in Washington, NOSOTROS., febrero 1, 2019. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

Roger Stone, longtime political ally of U.S. Presidente Donald Trump, flashes trademark Nixon victory gesture as he departs following a status conference in the criminal case against him brought by Special Counsel Robert Mueller at U.S. District Court in Washington, NOSOTROS., febrero 1, 2019. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

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