Roger Stone: Jesus ‘came to me in the shower’ and warned me not to go to the Capitol on Jan 6

Speaking on the far-right QAnon podcast Elijah List, Roger Stone said that he wasn’t at the Capitol on Jan. 6 thanks to a divine warning.

“On the morning of January 6, I was in the shower. The lord came to me in the shower. Over the New York Times — you want to make fun of me? Go ahead. A voice clearly told me, do not go to the Capitol. And I did not go to the Capitol,” he said.

“Yes, the Lord does send you a message. He does speak to you. And you need to speak to him. Like when the day after the election, I was in Memphis. I was headed to Mike Lindell’s studio. The car that I was riding in with two security guards was broadsided,” he continued.

“The car was demolished, was totaled. They were both injured. I walked away without a scratch.”

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