In September 2015, Myra Adams did a "VIP Q&A" interview for WorldNetDaily with pro-Trump dirty trickster Roger Stone that curiously omitted any mention of his history of sleazy behavior (including his swinger personal life).
Now, Adams has deemed Stone worthy of another interview for WND, ostensibly to "report his side of the controversy" regarding his involvement in promoting the stolen WikiLeaks emails from Hillary Clinton's campaign. Adams introduces him with this fluffy bio:
Roger Stone is a seasoned political operative, best-selling author, well-known political pundit and an informal adviser to and long-time friend of Donald J. Trump. A veteran of nine national presidential campaigns, Stone has served as a senior campaign aide to three Republican presidents.
With a reputation for being controversial, Stone regularly appears on Infowars.com providing insights on behind-the-scenes political agendas. Over the last year, Stone was banned by CNN and MSNBC for his outspoken and politically incorrect criticism of Bill and Hillary Clinton.
Actually, Stsone wasn't banned from CNN and MSNBC for his "politically incorrect criticism of Bill and Hillary Clinton"; he was banned for, among other things, called a female Republican strategist with whom he disagreed an “entitled diva bitch,” a “moron” and “borderline retarded.” Apparently Adams has no problem with such slurs.
Adams baselessly treats Stone has someone whose word can be trusted, uncritically letting him claim that "I have never received any materials from WikiLeaks, nor do I know exactly what they will leak and when they will leak except in general terms" and expressing concern that "given the politicized state of the FBI and Justice Department under the Obama administration ... false evidence could be manufactured 'proving' that you are the main facilitator for Russia’s intervention in the U.S. elections through WikiLeaks’ hacking of [Clinton campaign manager John] Podesta’s emails."
Adams also baselessly expressed sympathy for Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, making of an inflammatory originally thought to have inspired the Benghazi, lamenting he has become "collateral damage in the tragic Benghazi saga. His life is still in ruins." Actually, as we've pointed out, Nakoula's video did inspire riots and deaths in the Arab world -- Adams appears to be OK with that too -- and he is indisputably a con man with a lengthy rap sheet who deliberately misled the actors in his anti-Muslim video about the purpose of the film and redubbed their dialogue without their knowledge or permission.
Adams is such a limp-noodle interviewer that she lets Stone whine that "I have been subjected to a systematic campaign of harassment including the hacking of my own email and a torrent of Net-based abuse and falsehoods perpetrated against me by Clinton hit man David Brock of whom Nazi propagandist Josef Goebbels would be proud" without demanding that he provide proof of any of this.
But then, nobody reads WND for the hard-hitting interviews. Or even the truth, for that matter.