Roger Stone Discusses Bush, Hillary Clinton, 9-11 and the Saudis

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Author Roger Stone joined host Stephen K. Bannon on Breitbart News Daily today to discusses his new book, “The Clinton’s War on Women,” Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and current events.

That led right into a discussion of radical Islam.

“We’re in a war for the survival of Western Civilization,” said Stone, who also said based upon his reading of the Koran, it tells Muslims, “If you don’t think what we think, then we have to kill you.”

Stone also discussed the still classified 28 pages from the 9-11 report, which purportedly point to Saudi funding behind the operation. Stone views it as a cover up by the Bush family, which he claims has long ties to the Saudi royal family. There is substantial evidence on the record that points to what’s in the 28 pages the public is still not allowed to read and it supports Stone’s position as to the funding behind the terrorists who attacked America on 9-11.

In a preview of her new Sunday morning news broadcast, five-time Emmy winner and former CBS anchor Sharyl Attkisson will delve into the top-secret pages of Congress’ intelligence report on the 9/11 terrorist attacks, which are still kept under wraps 14 years later.

In the report, Ms. Attkisson speaks with current and former lawmakers and family members of victims of the 9/11 attacks to uncover why the documents, known as the “28 pages” are still undisclosed.

Stone also went on to discuss both the Clinton and Bush families at length, in effect calling former president Bill Clinton a serial predator who preyed on women throughout much of his life. You can listen to the entire extended interview below.