Any claim or assertion that I was involved at any time in any effort of any kind by any person or group to delay, hinder or otherwise obstruct the certification of presidential electors by the Congress, pursuant to the Constitution of the United States, is also categorically false," the statement added.
Following Thursday’s January 6 Committee hearing, Roger Stone issued a statement calling out the committee for making "false" statements regarding his actions on and around January 6, 2021.
"Any claim or assertion that I knew about, either in advance about, participated in or condoned any act — by any person or group — at or anywhere near the United States Capitol or anywhere in the District of Columbia, the United States, or Planet Earth — on January 6th, or any other date, that was either unlawful, illegal, or otherwise intended in any way to cause damage or disrupt any proceedings of Congress, or any other governmental body, is categorically false," a statement from Stone read.
Stone noted a previous committee hearing, in which former Trump staff member Cassidy Hutchinson "claimed that Trump directed his Chief of Staff Mark Meadows to call both General Michael Flynn and me, purportedly to 'find out what would happen on January 6th.’"
"Hutchinson also claimed that Trump directed Meadows to make a similar call, in order to be briefed on a purported meeting held in the Willard Hotel in a supposed 'War Room.' Hutchinson further testified that these alleged calls were, in fact, completed," Stone added.
Stone called these claims "entirely false," noting that "no such phone calls ever took place," and that he wasn’t aware "of any 'War Room' in the Willard Hotel."
If you wonder why pb and HUNDREDS of millions of Americans didn't even think about watching the J6 fiasco yesterday, it's because nothing about it can be assumed to be true.
A case in point.