In an exclusive report from Mediaitie, Roger Stone dined at Caffe Europa in Fort Lauderdale, Florida weeks before the 2020 election and allegedly discussed with Sal Greco, a NYPD cop working security for him, that it was time to take out his two political nemesis, Representatives Jerry Nadler (D-NY) and Eric Swalwell (D-CA).
“It’s time to do it,” Stone told Greco. “Let’s go find Swalwell. It’s time to do it. Then we’ll see how brave the rest of them are. It’s time to do it. It’s either Nadler or Swalwell has to die before the election. They need to get the message. Let’s go find Swalwell and get this over with. I’m just not putting up with this shit anymore.” “It was definitely concerning that he was constantly planning violence with an NYPD officer and other militia groups,” the source said. “Stone had been at war with Nadler and Swalwell for years. He just hates them.” “He just wanted to get Trump back into office so these things would stop,” the source added.
Stone was convicted of obstruction, witness tampering, and lying to Congress in the Mueller investigation. Prosecutors sought a nine-year prison sentence for the longtime Republican operative, but Trump’s Justice Department reportedly intervened to impose a less severe sentence. Stone’s sentence was eventually commuted by Trump days before reporting to prison.
“He needs to be punished,” Stone was quoted as saying. “You have to abduct him and punish him. That has to be done. It will be easy to abduct him because he is a weakling.”
Stone claimed those comments were fakes, generated by artificial intelligence. Asked about the comments about Nadler and Swalwell, Mediaite said, Stone called them “total nonsense” and “more AI manipulation”.
He added: “I’ve never said anything of the kind … you asked me to respond to audios that you don’t let me hear and you don’t identify a source for. Absurd.”