Democrat California congressman and 2020 presidential aspirant Eric Swalwell is pushing the narrative that longtime President Trump adviser Roger Stone amended his House Intelligence Committee testimony three times.
Not so, says Stone, who has been very transparent about how he never coordinated with Julian Assange and how it has never been proven that Assange colluded with the Russians. Stone is demanding that the Intelligence Committee publicly release his private testimony to prove his innocence, but the departed Republican House majority did not act — instead voting to send the testimony to Robert Mueller, who is highly unlikely to release anything that seems favorable to Stone. (READ: Stone Demands Release of His Transcripts).
“I did not ‘amend’ my testimony, I supplemented it with documents that only bolstered what I said,” Roger Stone told Big League Politics.
Big League Politics has obtained this email Stone received from Atlantic reporter Natasha Bertrand, who exclusively reported information that Stone provided to the House Intelligence Committee, leading Stone to assert that committee Democrats allied with Adam Schiff illegally leaked the material to Bertrand. (READ: Peter Strzok Follows Bertrand on Twitter).
Here is Stone’s interview with Howley Reports, in which he told the entire story of the case against him:
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