Dancing Roger Stone rips CPAC lineup: ‘Pathetic group of neocon losers – other than greatest prez since Lincoln’

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Not every die-hard conservative cares for this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference. As far as legendary, though certainly eccentric, conservative lobbyist Roger Stone is concerned, this year’s CPAC is brimming with “neocon losers.”

Granted, this belief didn’t stop him from personally attending the event.

Early Saturday afternoon, field reporter Jorge Ventura of The Daily Caller spotted Stone busting some moves outside CPAC as a rapper dropped some pro-Trump fire.

Real talk!

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Using Telegram, a cloud-based social media platform, Stone posted a screenshot later that evening of a text message exchange about CPAC that he’d had with a friend.

The exchange, presumably from Friday, read as follows:

Unnamed friend – “Are you at CPAC?”

Stone – “I will be there tomorrow.”

Unnamed friend – “Awesome!! What events will you be at?”

Stone – “I am the event baby. The speakers lineup is a pathetic group of neocon losers — other than the greatest President since Abraham Lincoln / doesn’t matter. I’m Roger Stone. The party is where I am at.”

From the sounds of it, he only showed up at CPAC to, one, hear former President Donald Trump speak on Sunday, and two, get the real party going.

It’s not clear if his “necon losers” diss was aimed at every CPAC speaker (sans former President Trump) or just those whom he dislikes.

Of course, it’s also possible that he’d just been joking. He’s presumably been in a cheery mode ever since Trump pardoned him in late December.

However, he certainly wasn’t joking when he slammed a CNN “journalist” who’d been haranguing him with questions about the Jan. 6th riot at the U.S. Capitol and then later about his alleged ties to the Proud Boys and the Oath Keepers.

“Roger, are you being investigated by the FBI for Jan. 6th?” the CNN “journalist” first asked.

“Any honest investigation will prove that there is on evidence whatsoever that I was either involved in, knew about the stupid, senseless, counter-productive, illegal assault at the Capitol. The folks who did invade the Capitol should be prosecuted,” Stone replied.

Then asked about whether he has “any concerns” about his alleged ties to the Proud Boys and the Oath Keepers, Stone snapped.

Guilt by association and innuendo. Disgusting. No real journalist would ever ask that question,” he angrily said.

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Dovetailing back to the video of him dancing outside CPAC, it went viral among leftists and — surprise, surprise — triggered their ever-present rage.

Why? Because they — the same people who incessantly accuse Republicans of being “fascists” — were upset that he wasn’t in prison for process crimes.

Look (*Language warning):

Sounds like they have some anger management issues.

As for Stone, not only is he not in prison nor headed there, but he’s in fact scheduled to participate in the making of a rap video.

Real talk.

“I am scheduled to shoot a music video at an undisclosed location in Orlando with my friend and rocker #BrysonGray,” he announced Saturday on Telegram.

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He also wrote about his plans to start a “new social media platform.”

“Then take a couple of private meetings regarding my efforts to technologically and legally break thru censorship of all mass communications in the United States. I will lay out my plan and a new social media platform and other web developments soon,” the Telegram post continued.

“The is no more important fight and no other reform is possible until we ensure equal access on the Internet and every other medium. I may do a surprise drop by at CPAC but can think of no reason to tip off ANTIFA as to when and where #Orlando #CPAC #BrysonGrayRocks.”

Expect another round of shrieking and gnashing of teeth once leftists find out he’s about to launch his own social media platform.

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Vivek Saxena

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