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WATCH: Roger Stone Says Putin is Actually Acting Defensively by Invading Ukraine

WATCH: Roger Stone Says Putin is Actually Acting Defensively by Invading Ukraine

Roger Stone, despite his history of bad behavior, was an important adviser to Donald Trump. The relationship worked out well for the two of them. Trump became President and he used his power to keep Stone out of prison.

WASHINGTON, DC – JANUARY 05: Roger Stone, former advisor to President Trump, speaks in front of the Supreme Court on January 05, 2021 in Washington, DC. Today’s rally kicks off two days of pro-Trump events fueled by President Trump’s continued claims of election fraud and a last-ditch effort to overturn the results before Congress finalizes them on January 6. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)

The self-proclaimed dirty trickster and former President are aligned on many things. And that includes their admiration for Russian President Vladimir Putin. During a recent Real America’s Voice interview Stone said that Putin’s invasion of Ukraine is defensive.

Stone told host Anna Perez, “Ukraine is not even remotely about what they’re telling us. Ukraine is about the fact that the Ukrainians have used their soil to place dual launch missile pads, missiles that would be aimed at the Soviet Union. There are, in fact, biolabs there funded by our tax dollars cooking up who knows what pestilence to dump on the Russian people.”

The Conservative pundit continued, “Putin is acting defensively. He is not acting offensively. But you won’t read that in the mainstream media and you won’t hear it anyplace but Real America’s Voice.”

Watch a clip of the segment below:




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