Roger Stone protected Trump from FBI entrapment, saw right through informant

Written by: Jack Bibiano  –  Follow me on Twitter: @LibertyDragon1  –  Add me on Facebook: Juan Bibiano

          Roger Stone has now revealed a previously unreported meeting between him and a Russian National in May of 2016. As it turns out, the Russian Nation just so happened to be an FBI informant. This man was offering dirt on Hillary Clinton for a sum of $2 million, according to The Washington Post.

          The meeting of Roger Stone and Henry Greenberg in Miami was set up by Trump campaign communications director Michael Caputo. Stone met with a man going by the name Henry Greenberg, who has now been linked to multiple aliases in the past, and at least one of which was tied to 17 years of work with the FBI as an informant, which offered him special entry into the U.S., according to court documents. He was allowed to freely travel back and forth from Russia.

          The Russian FBI informant was deported from the U.S. in 2000, has a ten year violent prison record, and is associated with Russian organized crime.

Henry Greenberg

          Greenberg has denied orchestrating the meeting as an FBI entrapment scheme, yet the FBI has declined to comment on the report after being contacted by the Washington post. “I didn’t realize it was an FBI sting operation at the time, but it sure looks like one now,” said Stone. Greenberg was offering political dirt on Trump’s 2016 presidential election opponent, which he claims came from an alleged disgruntled former Clinton Foundation staffer named “Alexei,”  in exchange for $2 million, an offer that Stone told the Post he rejected. The Clinton Foundation, however, denies ever hiring someone with the first name of “Alexai.”…”You don’t understand Donald Trump,” Stone recalled telling Greenberg, “He doesn’t pay for anything.”

          Greenberg had contacted Caputo through a Russian-immigrant business partner. Green showed up at the meeting with a Make America Great Again shirt and a picture of him and Trump in order to show his allegiance to the campaign.

          Released text messages between Stone and Caputo back up Stone’s side of the story. “How crazy is the Russian?” Caputo texted Stone after the meeting, according to messages reviewed and reported by the Post. Stone responding to Caputo by explaining that Greenberg wanted “big” money and was a “waste of time.” These new public revelations are surfacing after being a focus of “intense interest” during special counsel Robert Mueller’s grilling of Caputo last month. Mueller’s office has also declined to comment.

          The meeting was not previously disclosed by Stone or Caputo, who are now insisting the FBI was using Greenberg to entrap the then-candidate Trump. The meeting also came just weeks after the reported London conversation with Trump campaign foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos. “If you believe that [Greenberg] took time off from his long career as an FBI informant to reach out to us in his spare time, I have a bridge in Brooklyn that I want to sell you,” Caputo told the Post.

          The Washington Post reached out to Greenberg, who initially denied Stone’s recollection of the meeting, by phone. “This is wrong information,” said Greenberg before allegedly changing his story and stating, as Stone did, that “Trump will never pay for anything” without having been prompted.

          Having this new knowledge that the FBI took it upon themselves to use multiple agents to try and infiltrate the Trump campaign, speaks to the greater scope of corruption and entrapment schemes attempted by agents of the deep state.