WATCH: Exclusive video of FBI raid on Roger Stone's home

WATCH: Exclusive video of FBI raid on Roger Stone’s home

Watch the home security footage of the FBI raiding Roger Stone‘s home in Florida on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’

Roger Stone was arrested at his Florida home, charged with witness tampering and other crimes.

Stone is currently indicted by Mueller on seven counts, including one count of obstruction of an official proceeding, five counts of false statements, and one count of witness tampering.

A ridiculous 29 FBI agents and 17 vehicles raided Roger Stone’s house just after 6am ET

In the video you can see an agent pounding on his door, one agent said: “FBI. Open the door.”

Stone opens the door confused to why a whole FBI tactic team are there just to arrest him.

Stone said he was “falsely accused”, that the charges don’t relate to Russian collusion and that he “won’t testify against the president.”

“I will plead not guilty of these charges, I will defeat them in court. I believe this is a politically motivated investigation,” he said. “I have always said the only thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about.”

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders urged that the Stone arrest was not linked to Mr Trump.

“This doesn’t have anything to do with the president, doesn’t have anything to do with the White House,” she said.

Tucker Carlson featured the footage of the FBI’s ridiculous arrest of Roger Stone while condemning the FBI’s very unnecessary use of force. CNN, the number one Anti-Trump network, was the only MSM outlet with the footage.

That’s because they were clearly tipped off.

“Until now the only public footage of the raid came from CNN, which somehow knew to arrive one hour before the FBI got there,” Carlson said Friday during “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

WATCH: Exclusive video of FBI raid on Roger Stone’s home

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