In his Twitter bio, political consultant Roger Stone calls himself a Trump loyalist, and he’s not kidding about that. He’s been banned from CNN and MSNBC for some of his “two-martini Tweets” about media personalities, but on Saturday he turned his ire toward Sen. John McCain.
As Twitchy reported, Sen. John McCain on Friday joined a long list of top Democrats (shocker!) in criticizing Trump for pardoning Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
— John McCain (@SenJohnMcCain) August 26, 2017
Stone’s reaction seems a little over-the-top.
— Roger Stone (@RogerJStoneJr) August 26, 2017
— Jelle Simons (@jelle_simons) August 26, 2017
A new low, even for Roger. https://t.co/Zd14mZFf0Q
— Christina Wilkie (@christinawilkie) August 26, 2017
I've tolerated a lot of Roger Stone's awfulness as showboating and his being a provocateur, but this is repulsive and beyond the pale. https://t.co/SZtxQ4UTff
— Elizabeth West (@Limeylizzie) August 26, 2017
Yikes … https://t.co/9oUNwIA2Ww
— Orange Whips (@MrOrangeWhips) August 26, 2017
He's more crazy than usual today. That's saying a lot. https://t.co/XKMUJeey3u
— David Martosko (@dmartosko) August 26, 2017
I am proud that I've consistently, for years, said that Stone is not just the worst scum politics offers, but indeed humanity. Vile person. https://t.co/dfvFJkyYdQ
— Jimmy Chemtrails (@jneutron1969) August 26, 2017
Actually I would be looking over my shoulder for karmic consequence if I were you, dude https://t.co/z4McvOM4IK
— DrDinD_im?him (@DrDinD) August 26, 2017
— kennerly (@kennerly) August 26, 2017
Roger's not fun any more. https://t.co/zYu4jMUlCK
— Mark Davis (@MarkDavis) August 26, 2017
Tell us about it.
As I understand them, Karma and burning in hell are inconsistent theological constructs. Is what Stone describes even possible? https://t.co/WMtDjBkdJH
— Patrick W. Watson (@PatrickW) August 26, 2017
John McCain and Roger Stone are very, very different types of Americans. Which do the GOP and the conservative movement prefer? https://t.co/Gd0UIEhsFP
— Jay Nordlinger (@jaynordlinger) August 26, 2017
Is there a “None of the above” box?