Roger Stone vs. The Wall Street Journal
In a Wall Street Journal article updated May 25, 2017, writers Alexandra Berzon and Rob Barry attempted to drag me into the daisy chain of communications between a South Florida political consultant Aaron Nevins and Guccifer 2.0 regarding the supposed leaking of DNC voter turnout analysis data their misleading headline saying I “teamed up’ with a guy I had no contact with in 2016.
To be clear, I had nothing to do with the messages shared between Mr. Nevins and Guccifer. It is true that I myself have been in communication with Guccifer 2.0 (who I maintain is not a Russian Agent despite the dopes at the CIA insisting otherwise), and I have fully disclosed the contents of those discussions in their entirety. It is true that I was directed to take a look at the HelloFLA.com website by Guccifer, and I did take a quick perusal and my response to him of “Pretty standard” shows clearly that I considered it mundane nonsense.
I had no idea there was an alleged dump of gigabytes worth of data to Mr. Nevins, nor that Aaron Nevins supposedly asked Guccifer 2.0 to send it by saying “Feel free to send any Florida based information” that Guccifer might have from his claimed possession of DNC data.
What I saw in HelloFLA.com didn’t seem interesting, or important. It seemed like something you’d find in any high-end political consultancy shop in D.C. as it seemed to be merely massaged data taken from public voting records.
HelloFLA.com was run under a pseudonym, and I had no knowledge that it was really being run by Aaron Nevins, and there is no way I could possibly know that it represented portions of data handed over to Mr. Nevins by Guccifer, if in fact that is what happened.
While I have no earlier or further connections to Guccifer than what I’ve previously published, I do find something very interesting, now that I’ve learned of this voter turnout data. What is fascinating about this data, is that it is exactly the type of data that Seth Rich was working with at the DNC for his job as a Director level data analyst at the DNC. Part of his job was investigating voting records for his official job title, which was Voter Expansion Data Director at the DNC.
It’s clear to see that the WSJ and left Fake News site RawStory had hoped to pull Roger Stone into the mud, but I believe they’ve just realized they merely demonstrated yet again the case for investigating the Seth Rich murder.