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Roger Stone Says Chris Christie Knew About 'Bridgegate' Closings

Roger Stone tells Alex Jones that Gov. Christie knew in advance that the bridge would be closed.

Roger Stone is a world class ratf*cker as everybody knows. He gets a lot of publicity when he attacks the Clintons, but not so much when he goes after some Republicans, which isn't odd at all.

He's a valiant Trump supporter and surrogate who has been kicked off of CNN. Crackpot Alex Jones has set up a warm and comfy couch for Stone to relax in when he comes for a chat, which he does often.

During a June 3rd broadcast of the insane mind of Jones, Roger gave him a bit of news, or should I say gossip, from some of his impeccable sources about Chris Christie's involvement in the Bridgegate scandal.

ROGER STONE: As you know, a federal judge has ruled that a list of unindicted co-conspirators in the George Washington Bridge closing matter be released. Somebody calling them-self John Doe has appealed to the court to try to block release of those documents. That hearing is coming up today, I believe.

My sources, which are impeccable, tell me that there are in fact two lists. One is a list of unindicted co-conspirators, the other is a list of public officials who knew in advance that the bridge would be closed, and did nothing about it. Sources at the very top tell me that Governor Chris Christie is on the latter list. Which of course would be inconsistent with everything he has said publicly.

Ouch! So according to Stone, Christie's political career may be coming to an end.

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