Donald Trump confidant Roger Stone appeared yesterday on Alex Jones’ conspiracy theory program, where he alleged that he had been poisoned with polonium or a polonium-like substance, causing him to have fevers, lesions and extreme diarrhea.
Stone, who assured Jones that he is a healthy “user of the InfoWars supplements” peddled by Jones’ website, alleged that doctors found that he was poisoned but with too small a dose to kill him. While he didn’t say who poisoned him, he did suggest that it was part of a larger plot to sabotage Trump’s presidency, possibly tied to Mitt Romney’s senior adviser Dan Senor.
Jones, for his part, mentioned that former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko was killed as a result of polonium poisoning. While it is widely believed that Russian agents killed Litvinenko with a lethal dose of polonium, Jones, who idolizes Putin, claimed that Litvinenko’s poisoning was a “false flag” orchestrated by the British intelligence “to blame the Russians.”