Jerome Corsi is Ready to Flip on Roger Stone

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Jerome Corsi.

Jerome Corsi is Ready to Flip on Roger Stone

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Jerome Corsi, the founder of the birther movement and close associate of Roger Stone, said last week that he expected to be indicted by Robert Mueller (see original post below). As a matter of fact, Corsi was on his way to interview with NBC News reporter Anna Schecter, when he received a call from his attorney to turn around and to not go forward with the interview.

Prior to that, Corsi had said on his YouTube channel that he would be indicted. But, that was then and this is now.

Corsi has been negotiating with Mueller’s team for the last couple of months and now he has confirmed he is working on a plea deal. While the details of the plea deal are unknown, we do know that his get out of jail free card will involve flipping on Roger Stone and making the connections between WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange and the email hack of the DNC (Democratic National Committee) and Hillary Clinton.

Alexander Hernandez, Esq.
Twitter @mcatty_alex

 

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Jerome Corsi (Credit: Matthew Cavanaugh/Getty Images)

Jerome Corsi is Running Scared – Indictment Coming

Jerome Corsi, a whack job conspiracy theorist and the founder of the idiotic birther movement knows what’s coming. On his YouTube Channel, Corsi had said last week that negotiations with Special Counsel Robert Mueller have ended and an indictment is coming his way.

Corsi was scheduled for an interview with NBC News reporter Anna Schecter. While on his way to the interview, Corsi who was waiting in a car at Rockfeller Center, turned around and never made it to the interview.

What happened? Apparently, Corsi’s attorney, David Gray, had a conversation with the Special Counsel’s office. Corsi’s attorney apologized for cancelling the interview saying “things have changed.” Gray went on to say that “I’ve got to play this a certain way.” He then returned to speaking with Mueller’s team.

What this means is that the indictment on Corsi is already here. Robert Mueller meets with the grand jury on Fridays, so it is possible within the next few hours we will know if Corsi was indicted.

The tweets in real time posted by Schector are seen below.

Alexander Hernandez, Esq.
Twitter @mcatty_alex

 

 

 

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