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Roger Stone Plans to Sue RNC for Failure to Stop 2020 Fraud

'The Republican National Committee is a criminal enterprise... '

(Tony Sifert, Headline USA) Former Trump campaign advisor Roger Stone plans to sue the Republican National Committee for its failure do anything about widespread allegations of election fraud in the aftermath of the 2020 presidential election, according to Conservative Playlist.

In an appearance on The Midnight Sentinel podcast, Stone accused the RNC of taking money from Trump supporters but failing to use that money to pursue claims of election fraud.

“The Republican National Committee is a criminal enterprise,” Stone said. “If you give your money there it will not go to help Donald Trump even if Donald Trump is the one signing the solicitation.”

“So the President, God love him, continues to raise money for them and they don’t use the money for any useful purpose other than lining their own pockets,” Stone continued.

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Stone, who accused Mitt Romney of “knifing Trump in the back,” said he is looking for a plaintiff who has standing to sue the RNC and Ronna Romney McDaniel.

“I’m going to file a lawsuit if I can find a plaintiff who has given substantial money or even unsubstantial money, who therefore has standing,” Stone said. “That money is not being used to fight for clean elections.”

Stone also criticized the RNC’s unwillingness to confront efforts by Democrats to manipulate election laws and conduct ballot harvesting in advance of the 2020 election.

“The Democrats were going into all of the swing states and sponsoring legislation and pushing regulators to loosen the laws making election fraud easier,” Stone said. “But what did Ronda Romney McDaniel do about it?”

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Stone has continued to play an active role in Republic politics since President Trump pardoned him in his final days in office.

He has recently endorsed Jackson Lahmeyer for Senate in Oklahoma and Florida Congressional candidate Martin Hyde in their respective pushes to oust allegedly anti-Trump Republicans.

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