Former Trump advisor says he was a victim of bizarre hit-and-run, suggests it was no accident

Former Donald Trump advisor and Florida resident Roger Stone was involved in a hit-and-run accident in Pompano Beach that he claims was no accident at all.

Stone claimed that a car with tinted windows so dark you could not see who was inside rammed his car and totaled it in Pompano Beach. “They just came at us full force. The driver then threw it in reverse and took off,” Stone told CBS4 News.

The former Trump advisor was reportedly on his way to a stop on his book tour when the accident happened.

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“Out of nowhere we were T-boned essentially by a late model 4-door what I’m now told was a Pontiac,” Stone said.

Stone told CBS that his vision was a bit blurry, but that he is “bruised but OK.”

The accident was confirmed by a police report. CBS noted that the accident occurred at 10:45 am in Pompano Beach at NW 7th Avenue and 1st Street.

Stone, however, is not listed by name in the police report because he reportedly left the scene before police arrived to take the report. Police took a full 70 minutes to respond to the scene.

To prove he was there, the author supplied CBS with a copy of a receipt from an Uber driver who Stone called to pick him up at the scene of the accident.

CBS also interviewed John Kakanis, the driver of the car that was smashed by the hit-and-run driver. Kakanis is working for Stone during the book tour.

Kakanis said that the car that plowed into his vehicle was a grey, four-door sedan. He also said the accident seemed intentional.

Stone said that he thought the accident was meant to scare him off his activism and may be in connection with his claims about Russian hacking.

“You could make the case that the Russians want to off me because they do not want me to testify because it would show their hand. That would be obvious,” Stone insisted.

On the other hand, Stone also said it could be a false flag operation meant to falsely implicate the Russians.

“It is more likely to some like it to look like the Russians tried to bump me off,” he said.

Stone said it may not be a coincidence that he was just called to appear before the House Intelligence Committee.

“I have to guess that somebody doesn’t want me to testify at those hearings,” Stone exclaimed. “If I testify, it is going to prove that this whole narrative on which I believe surveillance of the president was based, i.e. that the Trump campaign was infiltrated by the Russians, is false.”

Stone also spoke about his ordeal to Alex Jones.

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