Roger Stone, the longtime confidante of President
Stone, on an episode of Info Wars last week, was asked his thoughts on
All of had wars of words with Stone before.
And Stone held nothing back in his latest rant against them.
Roger Stone let loose on several members of the media in a rant against the press
Stone claimed CNN anchor Don Lemon wears fake glasses to ‘look intelligent’
Stone called Navarro a ‘porquita, a little piglet,’ according to the
‘So, I revel in your hatred, Ana, and when I’m acquitted I’m going to go right back to criticizing you for your total lack of talent or intelligence,’ Stone said.
Stone was barred from appearing on CNN after calling Navarro fat.
There is little love lost between the two.
When Stone was indicted at the end of January, Navarro tweeted: ‘Why am I happy Roger Stone got indicted? He is a thug.’
And, appearing on ABC’s ‘The View,’ she said: ‘I am just so damn happy this guy is indicted and arrested. He is a horrible human being. He is a thug, he is a bully.’
Stone also slammed Lemon, a sometimes controversial anchor, in the interview.
He claimed the CNN anchor’s glasses are made of ‘windowpane glass’ and said Lemon wears them to ‘try to look intelligent.’
In October 2017, Stone was temporarily suspended from Twitter when he went on explicit filled tweet storm against Lemon, who has reported on the Trump confidante as a target of federal investigators.
Finally Stone said of Colbert: ‘I revel in the hatred of these leftist retards.’
He added: ‘They’re not talented; they’re not funny.’
After Stone was indicted, Colbert’s late night comedy show aired a parody video ‘Cops,’ featuring Stone being arrested.
In the spoof, a cop details Stone’s arrest: ‘We’re here to arrest Roger Stone. He’s easy to spot because he dresses like a Dick Tracy villain. He also has a tattoo of Richard Nixon on his back, and I believe, a Henry Kissinger tramp stamp,’ he says. ‘I’m actually pretty excited we’re arresting him because I picked him for my collusion fantasy league. I’ve got Stone, Jared and Gary Busey – he’s a wild card but it could pay off big.’
Last week, Stone was threatened with a gag order after the federal judge overseeing his case pointedly warned it was a criminal matter – not a ‘book tour.’
Judge Amy Berman Jackson, who held a status hearing with the indicted longtime Trump advisor in Washington, D.C., warned against ‘extrajudicial statements by the defendant.’
She cautioned: ‘This is a criminal proceeding and not a public relations campaign.’
Jackson acknowledged Stone had valid First Amendment rights to consider.
He would still be free to discuss matters unrelated to the case assembled against him by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s prosecutors.
Stone called Ana Navarro, seen here with Sen. Cory Booker on the ‘The View,’ a ‘porquita, a little piglet’
Stone attacked Late Show host Stephen Colbert, seen here interviewing Meghan McCain, as ‘not funny’
A judge has threatened Roger Stone with a gag order
He can ‘discuss foreign relations, immigration or Tom Brady as much as he wants to,’ she quipped, referencing the star New England Patriots quarterback before Super Bowl Sunday.
But she raised concerns public comments could potential ‘taint’ the jury pool.
Stone was arrested late last month for lying to Congress about the 2016 campaign’s efforts to use stolen emails to undercut his Democratic rival in the latest arrest of the Special Counsel probe into possible election manipulation.
The charging documents included new details about Trump aides’ alleged activities, including an incident in which a senior campaign official ‘was directed to contact Stone about any additional releases and what other damaging information’ WikiLeaks had about the Clinton campaign.
The construction of that sentence does not make clear who gave that order to a senior campaign official, but raises the possibility the order came from Trump himself.