Stop the Steal issued new guidance to its network of volunteer poll monitors.
‘Stop the Steal’ campaign has long ties to Roger Stone
President’s then-adviser launched a site with that name in 2016
is an internet battle cry: Stop the Steal has swept across inboxes,
Facebook pages and Twitter like an out-of-control virus, spreading
misinformation and violent rhetoric — and spilling into real life, like
the protest planned for DC this weekend.
while Stop the Steal may sound like a new 2020 political slogan to
many, it did not emerge organically over widespread concerns about
voting fraud in President Donald Trump’s race against Joe Biden. It has
been in the works for years.
origin traces to Roger Stone, a veteran Republican operative and
self-described “dirty trickster” whose 40-month prison sentence for
seven felonies was cut short by Trump’s commutation in July.
We will continue our deep dive into the subpoenas from the Jan 6 committee with @SandiBachom and Joe @DempseyTwo. Yesterday we broke down the militia groups – Tonight we follow the money, Roger Stone and Alex Jones.