Okay, I just threw in Satan. But you have to watch Get Me Roger Stone on Netflix. So much will come clear — undisputed by Stone. Indeed, proudly proclaimed. He and his business partners Paul Manafort and Lee Atwater for decades served the dark side of human nature, representing murderous dictators, elevating lobbying and political giving to new depths, stoking racial division and fear.
And who was young Roger’s hero? The equally evil Roy Cohn. Trump’s mentor. That documentary, Where’s My Roy Cohn? premiered at Sundance last month and has been picked up by SONY Classics.
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