Randy Credico Lies Again, Filmmaker Exposes Smear Campaign

At what point will MSNBC, the Wall Street Journal, and mainstream media call Randy on his lies?

By Jacob Engels

Amid the flurry of supposition and assumptive news reporting on Roger Stone’s alleged contact with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, filmmaker David Lugo has emerged to set the record straight.

Lugo, who produced the hit documentary “A Good American” that chronicled the NSA’s data collection program Thinthread and it’s creator Bill Binney, is set to release his next film Sensational before the end of 2018.

In Sensational, Lugo interviewed dozens of personalities, including Roger Stone and Alex Jones, trying to understand the effect of sensationalism in modern politics and news reporting.

According to Lugo, who spoke to the Central Florida Post late Saturday evening, comedian and radio host Randy Credico was the one who introduced him to Stone. From the start, Lugo told us that Credico was very open about acting as the intermediary between Roger Stone and Julian Assange.

“Randy helped set up the interview with Stone.”

Credico reportedly showed up to Stone’s interview drunk or high, in ill-fitting attire, and had a hard time piecing together his thoughts. Lugo revealed that Credico’s pants were on the verge of falling to the floor on numerous occasions.

“He was wearing women’s panties, it was bizarre. To each their own.”

When the topic of Assange came up during Stone’s interview, during which Credico was present, the longtime Trump advisor and political operative was asked about his contact with Assange.

“Roger stated that he had used a confirming source in an attempt to verify some of Assange’s public claims about an impending info drop of some sort. The same exact thing he told the House Intelligence Committee months later in September.”

Both during and prior to Stone’s interview for Lugo’s film Sensational, Mr. Credico confirmed on multiple occasions that he was indeed Stone’s go-between with Assange. Credico is a decades long friend with one of Assange’s attorneys, something we reported several months ago.

This information was made available to Wall Street Journal reporter Shelby Holliday along with video evidence of Stone discussing his then confidential go-between, all while Credico was present and voiced no objections.

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Holliday was also made aware of my Infowars interview from April with Lugo, where he also confirmed that Credico told him on countless occasions that he was the go-between for Stone. Credico publically admitted his role as the intermediary, before mysteriously claiming he was not and that Mr. Stone had “made it up.”

However shoddy, Holliday’s reporting on this matter serves as another piece of evidence confirming Mr. Stone’s long-held position of never directly communicating with Assange. Holliday’s one and only piece not yet reported “evidence” of Stone “seeking dirt” on Hillary Clinton is explained by Lugo in an op-ed he published on Art Voice.

“The entire gist of the Wall Street Journal story is misguided. Stone’s seeking the truth about the coup in Libya and the murder of Qaddafi is not “digging for dirt on Hillary”. Stone received a tip from a distinguished former chairman of the House Banking Committee, Congressman Walter Fauntroy. This is called journalism! I also assume Stone was not the only person looking for this information at that point. So why not question anyone else?

Fauntroy had distinguished himself as a lieutenant to Dr. Martin Luther King and was a powerful member of Congress from the District of Columbia. Fauntroy claimed that he had brokered a deal between Libyan strongman Muammar Qaddafi and Hillary Clinton’s State Department for Qaddafi to abdicate and leave the country with his life. Fauntroy said he had communicated extensively with Gen. Wesley Clark as a back channel to the agreement. Fauntroy actually provided a signed document from the Libyan leader.

It was the former Congressman’s claim that Hillary Clinton had been patched into a cell phone call with Clark, who was thanked and commended by the Secretary of State. Then they killed Qaddafi. As a filmmaker, I was very interested in whether Stone could obtain confirmation of this tale.”

Which begs to question… if Stone had direct access to Assange… why would he need to email Randy Credico asking him to confirm said information? Holliday’s reporting willfully ignored this, the evidence of Credico accepting Stone’s position of having an intermediary, and the firsthand testimony of filmmaker David Lugo.

“She refused to use the video I sent her in the write-up and actually alleged that because Randy was not on camera that he could have been coerced to remain silent.”


Several days ago, Credico continued his dishonest media campaign against Stone and told MSNBC that Julian Assange was prepared to testify to the House Committee investigating Russian Collusion.

Adam Schiff, the Chairman of the Intelligence Committee, subsequently stated that he would only talk to Assange if he were arrested and taken into custody. Yes, you read that correctly. Adam Schiff wants to arrest Julian Assange, no crime… and no court order.

Our sources say that Credico’s claim that Assange told him he would be willing to speak with Schiff is bogus. Furthermore, even if true, Assange would simply confirm that he has never had direct contact with Roger Stone.

MSNBC confirmed this in an interview with Holliday on Tuesday afternoon, during The Beat with Ari Melber, where the program ran a banner stating that Wikileaks told them that they speak for themselves, not through “third parties.”

Randy Credico’s own statements to filmmaker David Lugo and his crew confirm that Roger Stone had no direct contact with Julian Assange. Roger Stone’s own communication to Credico asking for him to check in with Assange proves that Stone did not have a direct line of communication to the Wikileaks founder.

The entirety of the inquisition against Roger Stone is predicated upon the assumption that Assange is a Russian asset and that Stone had direct contact with Assange. Neither of those claims is true and have been disproven time and again.

That is why Robert Mueller is harassing Stone’s employees and collaborators, both former and current. He has no evidence of Russian Collusion, which we were told would be his sole focus. So now, he is working overtime on the taxpayer tit to manufacture a charge against Stone or one of his inner circle.

Mueller’s desperate last-ditch attempt will not break the resolve of Roger Stone, a man I have known for over half a decade. He has done nothing wrong and will not bend the knee to Mueller, Schiff, of the dishonest and depraved mainstream media.

Roger Stone is a brawler. He isn’t going to lay down his sword and cower. American’s should be grateful for this. We need to understand that if Mueller is able to persecute Stone without just cause, it’s only a matter of time before his partisan hit-squad comes for every American who cast a vote for President Trump.


Jacob Engels is an Orlando based journalist whose work has been featured and republished in news outlets around the globe including Politico, InfoWars, MSNBC, Orlando Sentinel, New York Times, Daily Mail UK, Associated Press, People Magazine, ABC, Fox News, and Australia’s New Dawn Magazine. Mr. Engels focuses on stories that other news outlets neglect or willingly hide to curry favor among the political and business special interests in the state of Florida.