Former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone was found guilty of lying to Congress to protect Donald Trump. Since then, Stone had his prison sentence commuted by Trump. Now, Stone is facing backlash after calling a “negro” while on-air.
This past Saturday night, Stone called into the “Mr. Mo’Kelly Show” on KFI AM 640 in Los Angeles and spoke to host Morris O’Kelly.
The two were discussing Stone’s federal conviction. Stone noted the sentence against him came out of bias, saying, “It was a jury of my political opponents.”
The two went back and forth, with O’Kelly saying Stone benefitted from know the president, and that he was not a victim of biased justice. O’ Kelly said, “There are thousands of people treated unfairly daily, Hell, your number just happened to come up in the lottery. I’m guessing it was more than just luck, Roger, right?” In the next part of the clip, Roger Stone got silent and sounded far away from the phone when he said, “I don’t really feel like arguing with this negro.” Listen below.
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Roger Stone, Donald Trump’s friend of 40 years, called a Black radio host @MrMokelly a “Negro” when he mistakenly thought the call was dropped and he was no longer on the air. When he was confronted about the racial slur, he LIED as usual.https://t.co/PLxJgzUz03 pic.twitter.com/HeP8B2JNDp
— Ryan Guillory Sr. 💫💫 🇺🇸 (@Mr_RyanGuillory) July 19, 2020