Last week, Roger Stone was convicted on all 7 counts against him by a jury, including witness tampering and making false statements. The jury, that only deliberated for two days, was chosen from citizens in the D.C. area, where over 90 percent of the residents voted for Hillary Clinton.

A New York Times study shows that in 2016, an astounding 90.9% of D.C. citizens voted for Hillary Clinton, while only 4.1% voted for Donald J. Trump.

Infowars founder and outspoken conservative, Alex Jones is now threatening to out the members of the jury, a move that is sure to infuriate the left and raise questions by others about the fairness of Stone’s jury decision that could send him to prison for 50 years.

Alex Jones claims that Roger Stone is completely innocent, saying “There has never been a railroading like this.” Jones explained that the judge has allowed members of Antifa who work for George Soros to wear wires in the courtroom that transmit the proceedings out to others. He also talked about how the judge allowed a huge rat to be placed in front of the courtroom door and to throw little Russian flags at Roger Stone.

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“Now we know who’s on that jury, and it’s legal and lawful, and in the next few days, we’re going to be exposing it: CIA operatives, Democrat Party operatives, people that work for Clinton, Obama, high-level. Not just this one woman—the first that it came out in that hearing, was selected as the first juror.”

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Alex Jones has been banned from every form of social media. If he outs the jury as Democrat political operatives, will he be able to get his message out to the public, or will tech giants like Google, Facebook, and Twitter be able to effectively silence him? Stay tuned…we’ll be updating everyone on this story as it unfolds.

Do you think it’s possible that to choose a fair and impartial jury in the D.C. area where almost 91% of the residents are Democrats? Share your thoughts with us in the comment section below.

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