Yesterday, Donald Trump’s confidant Roger Stone made yet another appearance on the radio program of Alex Jones, a Trump booster and conspiracy theorist extraordinaire.
Gary Heavin, the founder of the fitness business Curves who also happens to be a 9/11 truther and right-wing movie producer, joined Jones and Stone on the broadcast, and asked Stone if he fears for his life because, by attacking Hillary and Bill Clinton, he is “standing up to a machine that has a trail of bodies as far as you can see.”
Stone, who traffics in some of the zaniest anti-Clinton conspiracy theories and once called for Hillary Clinton to be executed, said that he had “increased his personal security,” knowing that “the Clinton’s have a track record” of beating and killing anyone who stands in their way.
“If in a couple weeks they tell you that I committed suicide because I was depressed or if I get hit by a truck while crossing the street or if they tell you I was killed in a freak hunting accident, don’t believe it,” Stone said. “Hillary Clinton’s the major perp and she needs to be exposed.”
Stone added that with all the stress of fearing for his life he “would not make it without Brain Force,” referring to a product marketed by Jones that promises to “supercharge your state of mind.”