Roger Stone Says He's Freezing His Sperm for Laura Loomer

Roger Stone has shared a bizarre social media post offering to freeze his sperm for far-right activist Laura Loomer if she wants to bear his child.

Stone, a prominent ally of former President Donald Trump, wrote on social media platform Gab that the "freedom movement" needed "warriors."

Stone, who is 69, posted: "Since I don't have a biological heir and because the freedom movement needs future warriors I am going to freeze some of my sperm in case Laura Loomer decides to bear my child sometime in the future."

The post included a photo of the pair at a pro-Trump event, with the 28-year-old activist's arms wrapped around Stone.

Loomer, who is also known for spreading anti-Muslim conspiracy theories, replied: "What are we going to name the warrior baby @RogerJStoneJr?"

Stone later posted another message reading: "Here is a headline you will never see 'Laura Loomer announces her intention to carry Roger Stone's baby invitro and convert to be a Methodist."

All three posts were on Gab, which describes itself as a "free speech network" and has become popular with conservatives blocked from mainstream social media platforms.

In October, the Anti-Defamation League described Gab as a "haven" for conspiracy theorists spreading misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines, the January 6 riot at the Capitol and the 2020 presidential election.

News of Stone's bizarre posts quickly spread to Twitter, where people expressed their shock and distaste at his proposition for Loomer.

Yeah, this is extremely normal

— Molly Jong-Fast (@MollyJongFast) November 9, 2021

Star Wars icon Mark Hamill simply posted a vomiting emoji in response to Stone's comment.

Bassist Josh Paul and actress Jane Lynch used the same emoji to express their feelings about Stone's post.

The Atlantic writer Molly Jong-Fast shared Stone's Gab post, adding the mocking comment: "Yeah, this is extremely normal." Her tweet has been liked more than 10,000 times.

Newsweek has contacted Stone for comment.


— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) November 10, 2021

Stone said last month that he would consider running for governor of Florida against Ron DeSantis if the GOP lawmaker refuses to carry out an audit of the state's 2020 election results.

Stone wrote: "If Florida governor Ron DeSantis does not order an audit of the 2020 election to expose the fact that there are over 1 million phantom voters on the Florida voter rolls in the Sunshine state I may be forced to seek the Libertarian Party nomination for governor Florida in 2022."

Meanwhile, Loomer, who has also promoted baseless claims that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from Trump, is running to represent Florida's 11th congressional district.

Stone said he would freeze his sperm
Laura Loomer replied to Roger Stone's post asking what they would name the "warrior baby." Getty