Hillary Clinton’s decision to jump on the bizarre election recount effort could have some unintended consequences.
Longtime Donald Trump ally Roger Stone, said Clinton could be opening herself up to more legal trouble by demanding a recount.
“I think Hillary increases her chances of prosecution by acting this way,” Roger Stone said Monday on Newsmax TV’s “The Steve Malzberg Show.” The fact that Hillary made the issue of Trump accepting the election results a key campaign issue was not lost on Stone, who heavily criticized Clinton for her blatant hypocrisy.
“They crucified Donald Trump because he wouldn’t say unilaterally he would support the winner of the election until he knew whether there’d be fraud and inappropriate voter manipulation,” he said.
Stone noted suspicion about whose driving Green Party Jill Stein’s effort to selectively recount the vote in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan that has raised an enormous amount of money in a short period of time.
“Now, the shoe is suddenly on the other foot. Now suddenly, Jill Stein, who couldn’t raise two cents, has now raised $5.5 to $7 million.”
“We have to presume this is Soros money or otherwise Hillary money,” he said.
Trump had tempered his stance soon after Election night saying he wouldn’t pursue prosecution of Hillary Clinton’s allege criminal behavior, but now that she has taken the gloves off in one of her darkest hours, could mean she’s ensured even darker days to come.
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