A video clip posted to Twitter over the weekend shows Roger Stone allegedly swearing and raving against former President Trump, although it is unclear who he was talking to nor in what context he was speaking, for he could have easily been channeling the commentary of someone else.
The clearly excited former political consultant also railed against Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner in a separate take, saying of the two, “Jared Kushner has an IQ of 70,” and that Ivanka is an “abortionist b**ch.” Still, it’s unclear whether those were his sentiments or someone else’s. In any case, Stone was quite animated in the footage, though he has pointed out that “you cannot actually see my lips moving.”
The clip is among a number of teasers posted by Danish filmmaker Christoffer Guldbrandsen in support of his upcoming documentary release, “A Storm Foretold,” which is seemingly just another in a long series of ventures to paint the Jan 6. protests as a conspiratorial, armed insurrection which nearly destroyed every living creature on Earth.
Stone is heard in the clip saying, “I’m done with this president. I’m going to go public supporting impeachment. I have no choice. He has to go, he has to go. Run again, you’ll get your f**king brains beat in.”
Footage from Jan 20 2021. Stone supports impeaching Trump:“Run again you’ll get your fucking brains beat in.” pic.twitter.com/HDiCaehRg7
— Christoffer Guldbrandsen (@cguld) October 15, 2022
What is odd, however, is that Guldbrandsen claims the footage was from Jan 20, 2021; Inauguration Day, and Trump’s second impeachment began a week earlier on Jan. 13 (he was acquitted – again – on February 13.) It would make more sense that if on Jan. 20, Roger Stone declared he was going to go public and wash his hands of Trump, his support would have been for a conviction, not for an impeachment that was already underway.
“Another Deepfake video similar to the one they showed in the January 6 committee hearing. Notice how are you cannot actually see my lips moving,” Stone countered on his Telegram page. “They seem to have conflated an interview I gave on Biden not Trump.Not even logical. If I were going to turn on Donald Trump why wouldn’t I have done so when I was being threatened with 7 to 9 years in prison and Muller was pressuring me to flip. Any time something is reported by the Daily Beast and the Guardian you know it’s bullsh-t. This fraud will be proven in federal court.”
Objectively, the video footage is short, edited, and too new to have been investigated fully. Moreover, Stone has yet to “go public” in support of neither impeachment nor conviction.
Unreleased subpoenaed footage: Stone angry that Trump didn’t grant him a second pardon melts down calling Ivanka Trump – abortionist bitch daughter. pic.twitter.com/aAAOZLC5fu
— Christoffer Guldbrandsen (@cguld) October 14, 2022
Stone posted multiple denials on his Telegram page concerning the veracity of Guldbrandsen’s claims in the forthcoming documentary, notably these:
“Christoffer Guldbrandsen accused me of ‘being at the center of a conspiracy’ … while also telling CNN ‘they were not able to establish a connection between Stone, the Trump White House, and the (extremist) groups. Prima facie case of defamation. I’ll see these Dane’s in Federal Court.”
“Danish filmmaker Christoff Guldbranson looks quite unhealthy having put on quite a bit of weight. He’s already had one heart attack and he’s going to have another one when I win a $25 million judgment against him for defamation. You can’t just accuse people of crimes in the United States without actual evidence . In various media interviews he has accused me of crimes which his documentary do not prove. He will soon be able to tell it to a Florida judge.”
As for his documentary, Guldbrandsen said, “being with Roger Stone and people around him for nearly three years, we realized what we saw after the 2020 election and Jan. 6 was not the culmination but the beginning of an antidemocratic movement in the United States.”
The sham Jan. 6 Committee actually subpoenaed the now-released footage from the documentary but never showed it.
Additionally, the filmmaker admitted he did not know who Stone was speaking with on the phone in the aforementioned clips. But thank goodness he decided to post them to Twitter so that folks can speculate wildly.
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