Roger Stone: Trump Movement ‘A Repudiation of 30 Years of Bipartisan Treason’

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The populist movement behind GOP candidate Donald Trump’s rise in the polls is “a repudiation of 30 years of bipartisan treason and failure,” GOP strategist Roger Stone told Breitbart News Sunday host and Breitbart Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon.

Stone slammed the identical policies of the Bushes and Clintons:

Endless war. The erosion of civil liberties. Unsound money. Trade policies that are killing us. Immigration policies that may turn us into Europe where hordes of Islamic madmen are raping, killing, pillaging, defecating in public fountains, harassing private citizens… That’s what’s coming. That wave is coming this way. Only one guy can stop it.

Stone added that should Trump sweep Super Tuesday, the GOP will try to force another anti-Trump candidate in the race, such as failed presidential candidate Mitt Romney.

Listen to the full audio of Stone’s interview below:


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