One of Donald Trump’s most colorful friends has claimed North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un sent boats filled with secret votes to the US to rig the election. Roger Stone told conspiracy theorist Alex Jones: ‘I just learned of absolute incontrovertible evidence of North Korean boats delivering ballots through a harbor in Maine, the state of Maine.

‘If this checks out, if law enforcement looked into that and it turned out to be true, it would be proof of foreign involvement in the election.’ Stone, who was convicted of lying to government investigators in November 2019, did not share further details of the ‘incontrovertible evidence’ he claims to have.



Maine election officials have yet to comment on his outlandish claims. President Trump became the first sitting US president to meet a North Korean leader when he and Kim held a summit in Singapore in June 2018.

The pair have sporadically heaped praise on one another ever since. Stone also inisted that Trump should not stand down as president, despite losing the election. The former Trump aide even suggested the president should bring in martial law, which would see US military forces take control of the streets.

Stone said:’I think the president has to have all options on the table as to how he proceeds. The one thing he cannot do, Alex, is quit. He has powerful forces arrayed against him.’

The former Trump adviser was fired from the president’s White House campaign in 2015, but continued to support him. He was convicted of witness tampering and lying to government investigators as part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into alleged Russian election meddling, and jailed for 40 months.

Trump later commuted that sentence. Stone is famed for his dandyish style, which includes not wearing socks, Newsweek reported.

He and wife Nydia were swingers who enjoyed visits to a Washington DC sex club during the 1990s.

Stone has long been one of the conservative Republican party’s most vociferous supporters of LGBT rights.

He once branded himself ‘trysexual,’ after revealing that he had ‘tried everything once.’

President Trump himself shared a 46 minute speech on Wednesday, which saw him make less eye-catching claims about alleged election fraud.

Trump claims his supporters were barred from watching counts in some states, and has also alleged that voting machines manufactured by a company called Dominion were deliberately programmed to unfairly hand votes to Joe Biden.

The president and his team have yet to offer any firm evidence to back their claims. Biden comfortably won this year’s presidential election, and is set to be sworn into office on January 20.

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