Roger Stone: Interesting Person or Person of Interest?

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Roger Stone: Never Laid Again?

Newsweek is reporting that Roger Stone, infamous Nixon fanboi, will be indicted:

“Sam Nunberg, a former campaign advisor to President Donald Trump, predicted that Roger Stone will likely be indicted in Special Counsel Robert Mueller‘s probe into election meddling for “some stupid financial thing” during an appearance on MSNBC.

“Do you think Roger Stone is in any legal jeopardy?” MSNBC host Alex Witt asked Nunberg, who has previously described Stone as a “mentor.”

“I think Roger is most likely— and he’s prepared for this and he should be—going to get indicted, on some financial, I’d say picayune matter,” Nunberg said.

“Mueller is treating all Trump associates as if they are the Mafia,” Nunberg added. “And he is very selective about that.”

Then maybe stop acting like the Mafia, hmm?

CNN picks up the thread:

(CNN)Roger Stone, a longtime associate of President Donald Trump, said Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that he is prepared to be indicted by special counsel Robert Mueller, “should that be the case.”

“…Stone said he would chalk up any indictment “to an effort to silence me,” adding that he believes he has been “an effective critic” of the Mueller probe on various news programs and websites.”

World-class, Nixonian rat-Eff’er Roger Stone is neck-deep in the Little Kremlin-on-the-Potomac; of course sooner or later he will get a subpoena. What is not clear is if he is a target or subject of an investigation.

  • Stone knew about stolen DNC/Hillary Clinton e-mails before anyone else did
  • Stone has a direct connection to Wikileaks and Julian Assange, notoriously visiting him in London

Mueller plays his cards close to his chest, and never tips his hand. He also doesn’t bluff. Everyone that he has indicted has either plead guilty and turned State’s Evidence or are waiting for a prznintial pardon (Manafort, and here’s a clue: it ain’t comin’). So if Mueller does have an indictment coming for Stone, there will be overwhelming evidence for whatever it is.

Cheer up, Roger: with that tattoo you will probably never be laid again, even in prison.

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16 Responses to Roger Stone: Interesting Person or Person of Interest?

  1. w3ski4me says:

    Isn’t that tat too high on his body? It should be on his ass.


  2. RWW says:

    I heard the Nunberg-Witt interview. Delusional Nunberg gave the usual dumbed-down talking points: “No collusion, collusion isn’t illegal, Hillary was the illegal collusion, if Trump did illegally collude, it wasn’t what won him the election. QED: MAGA” That’s your basic wingnut roadmap for a legal defense against what Mueller ultimately hits them with.


    • w3ski4me says:

      Isn’t that the way it is with Greater Wingnuttia? “I didn’t do it, if I did it it wasn’t bad”. “He did it and it is illegal and he needs to be put in jail without a trial”. It is how they all think.


    • osirisopto says:

      The basic RWNJ would sell their own grandmother into slavery if it pissed off a lib and brag about it to their friends.

      They see all this as just another way to piss off liberals and think the constantly changing story is entertainment because it’s pissing of the liberals.

      We can thank the anonymity of the web for it, too.


  3. roket says:

    “…Stone said he would chalk up any indictment “to an effort to silence me.”

    They’re all idiots. If Hitler can write a book from prison, so can Roger Stone.


  4. Roger, roger roger…if a prosecutor has talked to 8 people in your orbit, but hasn’t even asked you to dance once…you’re not even the “person of interest”…you’re the target. 500 quatloos sez O’ Rog squeals louder and quicker than any of ’em when cornered.

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    • tengrain says:

      BDR –

      “I’m too pretty to go to prison,” Stone wailed, “No really. I am.”




  5. Bruce388 says:

    Who, exactly, was expected to enjoy Roger’s tattoo? Nixon? Reagan? Trump? Roy Cohn?

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    • Peggy Noonan has not been overheard saying she wishes it was her beloved Saint Ronnie, but as a freelance pegger, she’ll take what she can get..


    • RWW says:

      I long ago posited that the answer to your question was Roy Cohn and that Roy’s handprints are indelibly imprinted on Roger Stone’s asscheeks.


  6. osirisopto says:

    I see it was the new RWNJ curse – May an interesting person come into your life.


  7. quakerinabasement says:

    What size jumpsuit you take, Rog’?

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