Jerome Corsi, the former editor for conspiracy news website, Infowars, and associate of Roger Stone, says that he expects to indicted for perjury by special counsel Robert Mueller.
'I’m gonna be indicted.'
Corsi told Anna Schechter at NBC News that he was told he would be indicted, and that he expected it soon.
BREAKING: Roger Stone pal Jerome Corsi tells my colleague @annaschecter that Mueller's investigators informed Corsi… https://t.co/muSjbmljOm— Ken Dilanian (@Ken Dilanian)1542059142.0
"When they have your emails and phone records," he reportedly said, "they're very good at the perjury trap."
Corsi later talked about the impending indictment on a live YouTube video he recorded and published Monday.
"I got served a subpoena on August 28th, at my home, two FBI agents showed up unannounced, and I did not talk to the FBI, of course, my wife was pretty startled," he said on the video.
"We began a series of discussions with them that have gone on for two months," he explained. "At the end of that two months, even though I did everything I could to cooperate, the entire negotiations, discussions, have just blown up.
"And now I fully anticipate that in the next few days I will be indicted by Mueller for some form or other," Corsi continued, "for giving false information to the special counsel or to one of the other grand jury or however they want to do the indictment."
"But I'm gonna be criminally charged," he said.
Corsi is best known for pushing the "birther" conspiracy theory that former President Barack Obama was not born a United States citizen and thereby not eligible to be elected president. He is also the former Washington, D.C., bureau chief for Infowars.
A CNN panel speculated that the impending indictment could mean that Mueller is zeroing in on Stone, a longtime friend and former aide to President Donald Trump.
Here's the video of Corsi saying he's going to be indicted:
CNN noted that at least eight of Mueller's team was working through Veterans Day, which is a federal holiday.
"This has been one of the most frightening experiences of my life," Corsi said on his video.