Sheriff Joe Has Had Enough And Drops A Truth Bomb On The Roger Stone Raid!


There is such a thing as bringing too many people to one job for it to make any sense.

When I got out of the military I worked for a staffing company once that sent me to work for a company that was supposed to be for a couple of weeks. There were about eight of us that were sent in total.

We all got there and about three hours into the shift some supervisor came up to us and said that he was just going to be keeping three of us because there was a mixup in the paperwork and that they had sent more people than was actually requested.

I got sent home, but it made sense in retrospect. Sometimes if you have more people than a job requires things can get a little ridiculous in terms of moving around.

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Now, we’ve all seen footage of violent criminals being arrested in the middle of the night and they use far less manpower than what they did to Roger Stone.

Via Western Journal:

Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio said the FBI’s Friday pre-dawn arrest of President Donald Trump associate Roger Stone employed a use of force beyond any he ever used to take down the “baddest murders.”

“I’ve been busting down doors for 50 Years, and I’ve never sent that many units, not even to the baddest murderers,” he told The Western Journal.

Arpaio’s law enforcement career includes stints as a military police officer in the U.S. Army, an officer with the Washington, D.C., and Las Vegas police forces, over two decades as an agent and regional director with the Drug Enforcement Administration, and finally 24 years as Maricopa County, Arizona’s sheriff.

Maricopa County is one of the most populous counties in the U.S. (with over 4 million people), encompassing Phoenix and surrounding cities.

CNN was on hand when a large contingent of FBI agents dressed in full tactical gear pounded on the front door of Stone’s home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, announcing they had a warrant for his arrest in the raid.

Stone, 66, is seen showing up in his pajamas at the door.

After learning of Stone’s arrest, Trump tweeted, “Greatest Witch Hunt in the History of our Country! NO COLLUSION! Border Coyotes, Drug Dealers and Human Traffickers are treated better.”