As time passes by, more and more people with links to President Donald Trump are coming into the limelight for saying or doing obnoxious things. The latest to join the list is a confidant to the POTUS and former adviser to his campaign, Roger Stone.
Using the same medium of communication (Twitter) as his idol Trump, Stone called various women derogatory terms such as “ignorant ugly b****” and used foul language in numerous tweets.
Total horseshit from the CIA controlled Washington Post pic.twitter.com/qYlz84XWjS— Roger Stone (@RogerJStoneJr) March 5, 2017
Stone even went on to admit the Trump campaign had ties with Julian Asange, whose organization WikiLeaks published emails related to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
Here's the screengrab of Roger Stone admitting the Trump campaign colluded with Asange and Wikileaks (I know, real stunner) pic.twitter.com/TcBrMrSTig— Kriston Capps (@kristoncapps) March 5, 2017
However, upon realizing the blunder he has just made, Stone deleted his tweet, but since the internet never forgets anything, screenshots of his tweet quickly hounded him.
He soon took on to former President Barack Obama, claiming he should be “charged, convicted and jailed" over the unproven claims that he wiretapped Trump during the presidential campaign.
The buck stops here. Obama responsible for illegal surveillance of @realDonaldTrump - must be charged, convicted and jailed.— Roger Stone (@RogerJStoneJr) March 5, 2017
Interestingly, when internet users began calling Stone out for his baseless claims, all hell let loose and he began personally attacking them. His tweets look like those of a guilty child trying to blame anyone and everyone possible, instead of simply admitting to being wrong.
Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling, who recently has been getting involved in politics, soon took down the Trump adviser with an epic tweet.
Meanwhile, she also took a jab at Trump.
I've just realised who he is. He's Vicky Pollard. https://t.co/YirRiuCVUv— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) March 5, 2017
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