Roger Stone Wrecks Don Lemon On Twitter So Badly They Suspend Him

Seasoned political operative Roger Stone went on a tirade against CNN host Don Lemon Friday evening. It was so savage that Stone was permanently banned form Twitter.

It wasn’t just Don Lemon that Roger Stone went after. He also targeted Jake Tapper,  Ana Navarro, Bill Kristol, Carl Bernstein and Charles Blow. His reaction was to the then-exclusive CNN report of imminent chargers in the Mueller investigation.

.@jaketapper must be held accountable for his lies and very severely punished #Fakenewsasswipe

— Roger Stone (@RogerJStoneJr) October 28, 2017

.@donlemon stop lying about about the Clinton’s and Uranium you ignorant lying covksucker !!!! You fake news you dumb piece of shit.

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— Roger Stone (@RogerJStoneJr) October 28, 2017

Per Deadline:

Update Roger Stone’s Twitter account has been suspended, almost certainly permanently. Twitter does not comment on individual comments but Stone’s offending tweets apparently violated the company’s policy against harassment and intimidation. In any case, they’re gone from the site – but you can read them below. Deadline wrote about the offensive rant this morning.

Roger Stone left Twitter in a blaze of glory that will not soon be forgotten.

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